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February 27, 2012

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DJ

DJ,

I asked this previously. If you answered,I must have missed it,so would you be so good as to re= post? Thanks.

Query: If Newt loses home state Georgia, he should drop out. If Mitt loses home state Michigan, he should drop out. Deal, DJ?

Posted by: gringoman | February 28, 2012 at 06:37 AM

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Gringoman,

Yes, that's the third time you offered up that deal and I responded the first time and said, no deal.

But then of course neither one of us has it in our power to force such an action; so to entertain such a proposition is just that, entertainment.

At any rate, I still maintain Willard has the best chance -- albeit a weakining chance -- at unseating the Food Stamp President. But if I were a betting man, I'd be tempted to bet the farm that Barry gets reelected.

The demographics leaning in BO's favor coupled with 99.9999999% backing of the MSM, plus the power of the incumbency, plus a billion dollar war chest, all adds up to something that's practically insurmountable, no?

PS,

Sorry for the pessimism, Ummah, but I'm a realist. I call 'em like I see 'em. I hope G-man understands where I'm coming from as well.

DJ

While looking back at the primaries leading up to the 2008 presidential election, I found the following thought provoking tid bit of history that may, just may, be of interest to those here at the Memo ... or maybe not....

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Rush Limbaugh *endorses Mitt Romney

posted at 2:03 pm on February 5, 2008 by Bryan

Levin, Hannity, Ingraham and now Nobel nominee Rush Limbaugh (membership req’d): Big talk radio swings unanimously for Mitt Romney. Rush makes several solid points that you’ve heard before, mostly regarding how McCain represents the GOP’s national security wing, Huckabee represents its social conservative wing, and Ron Paul represents the economic conservative wing, but Romney is the one candidate who represents all three by himself. Romney is a late convert to all three, which as I wrote the other day explains why conservatives have taken so long to warm up to him.

Read more>>


http://hotair.com/archives/2008/02/05/rush-limbaugh-endorses-mitt-romney/

gringoman

Monica was in top form last show on Sunday. The neut was also not bad, judging by the excerpts she played on her show and what he said in the interview.

If only we could believe that he believes what he says!

He had strong statements about the apologizer-in-chief and the need for the warlord karzai to apologize to US for his savages rioting and murdering our troops.

He said that we should leave ASAP and no money for any of these islamist regimes.

Singin' my song there, neut, BUT I HOPE IT AIN'T JUST LINES!

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Posted by: Ummahgummah | February 28, 2012 at 07:53 AM

Ummah,

Although Newt mystified me by how he put his head down in that Florida debate and let Plastic Man Willard lash the hell out of him, at a rare moment when the huge Wall Street money advantage could be overcome on stage, mano a mano, Gingrich still remains. from what I see, an OWFF (Old White Fat Fugg)to reckon with. I see no one else in the field now with the combination of grit and savvy to take on the Marxbot Class War that is coming. Who knows them inside and out better than Gingrich does? The Macdaddy will dance circles around "square" Willard. Only Newt knows how to call the scammer on it, step by jiving step. Romney doesn't have a clue, except what his handlers tell him. Hate to say it. But the Goopers look determined to throw this to the former Barry Soetoro. They fear Gingrich more than Obama because most of their jobs and perks are safe with Barry, and they know it.

I agree 100% with Giuliani, who knows something about street fighting. Obama and Libworld, contrary to conventiional wisdom, has more to fear from Gingrich than Romney. The "Woman issue" has been played and re-played so many times, it will have minimal negative effect, and Newt has served his penance, is hardly a libertine today, and by Christian standards can be forgiven for his past sins.

I'm as convinced as ever that the Obots and their Media will have a turkey shoot with Wall Street Willard. While he's asking his pricey consultants "Wha...wha...wha....what do I do about it, guys?" Newt would already have his howitzers zeroed in on the enemy flak.

gringoman


The demographics leaning in BO's favor coupled with 99.9999999% backing of the MSM, plus the power of the incumbency, plus a billion dollar war chest, all adds up to something that's practically insurmountable, no?

PS,

Sorry for the pessimism, Ummah, but I'm a realist. I call 'em like I see 'em. I hope G-man understands where I'm coming from as well.

Posted by: DJ | February 28, 2012 at 09:11 AM

DJ,

So that was a deal you could resist? Okay.

As for the odds to beat Obama being insurmountable: I tend to agree---IF it's Willard against Obama. I disagree if it's the Old White Fat Fugg to Reckon With---Newt Gingrich.

Conventional wisdom that Romney is the most "electable"? I'm not having any. Sorry, DJ. Newt and me will have to leave you to your pessimism and demographical doom. But if Club Gooper gets its way and anoints Willard, I may have to drink the bitter brew too. The neo-coms gonna have them a class war turkey shoot like you and the Goopers ain't gonna believe.

gringoman

Rush Limbaugh *endorses Mitt Romney

posted at 2:03 pm on February 5, 2008 by Bryan

Levin, Hannity, Ingraham and now Nobel nominee Rush Limbaugh (membership req’d): Big talk radio swings unanimously for Mitt Romney. Rush makes several solid points that you’ve heard before, mostly regarding how McCain represents the GOP’s national security wing, Huckabee represents its social conservative wing, and Ron Paul represents the economic conservative wing, but Romney is the one candidate who represents all three by himself. Romney is a late convert to all three, which as I wrote the other day explains why conservatives have taken so long to warm up to him.

Read more>>


http://hotair.com/archives/2008/02/05/rush-limbaugh-endorses-mitt-romney/

Posted by: DJ | February 28, 2012 at 10:37 AM

DJ,

That was then. This is now. Even I was soft on Romney for a while, and preferred him over McCain, I think, except for the war record. Lincoln said, "As the times are new, so must we think anew."

Well, DJ, all of us. Limbaugh, Mark Levin, even ye olde gringo, have done a whole lot of thinking anew. And Willard and his pricey consultants who let him near the press once every three weeks or so, will not like what we've been thinking in 2012. They won't like it at all.

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