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Posted on October 6th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Sorry y’all. There will be no winks and trigger fingers and cute Alaskan colloquialisms to brighten up next year’s elections Continue »
Posted on August 9th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
These jive-turkeys always talkin’ that isht about the POTUS… Continue »
Posted on July 11th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Newt Gingrich is still talking that yang:
Newt Gingrich labeled the economic situation in the U.S. as the “Obama depression,” Continue »
Posted on June 7th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
The last eleven years have brought about hard times for many, in terms of the economy, job loss and most importantly, job creation. Continue »
Shook Ones: Hatin’ A** Republicans Worried About The Weak Candidates They Have Running For President
Posted on May 24th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Look at these sorry bunch of suckas… Continue »
Republican Mitch Daniels, who is considering a run for the White House in 2012, said on Tuesday he thinks he can beat U.S. President Barack Obama Continue »
Posted on April 26th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
See what happens when you try to dig up dirt on people? You get dirty yourself. Continue »
Posted on April 21st, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Every time Sarah ‘Pistol’ Palin opens her mouth, you can pretty much expect more of the same – mindless rhetoric, ignorant criticism and empty chatter – and when she’s not doing that, she’s avoiding answering a straightforward question with a straightforward answer. Continue »
Posted on March 24th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
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That leaves a front pack of four: former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich of Georgia.
Normally, winnowing out pretenders would be a good thing. A smaller group of candidates, and a shorter primary than the 2008 cycle, helps limit self-inflicted damage and internal divisions in the party.
However, the dominant response from many Republicans to their current choices remains one of discontent. It has been this way for months, largely because each of the front-runners has a major flaw many think would keep them either from getting out of the primary or from beating President Obama should they win the nomination.
“There is this sense out there of, ‘So, anybody else?’” said Grover Norquist, head of Americans for Tax Reform.
A Pew poll released on Wednesday did not help GOP psyches: Results showed 47 percent of respondents hoped to see Obama elected to a second term versus 37 percent in favor of a generic Republican candidate. The Pew poll did note the lack of a consensus GOP candidate helped Obama’s numbers. But nonetheless, Obama’s numbers are similar to how George W. Bush polled about this far from his successful re-election campaign.
They been scared since Obama got in office. They knew damn well that McCain was their last hope of retaining control of the country. Most of the U.S. never even heard of some of these Republican candidates. Another 4 for Obama!