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November 7, 2012

Two Term Kenyan; No More Mittens

Filed under: Barack Obama,Mitt Romney,Mormonism,Nutjobs,Voting — Psycheout @ 10:47 am
No Moar Mittens

Hit the road, Jack

Given the choice between the Islamofascist Muslim birth certificate forger-in-chief from Kenya, Barrack Hussein Osama bin Muslim and the Moroni worshiping magical underpants fetishist, flip-flopping plutocrat and grinning imbecile Mittens ‘Bane’ Romney, real Americans were left with little choice but to pray for the baby Jesus to fast track the Rapture and purify our shining city on the hill in the cleansing fire of Armageddon.

As it turns out our Lord hath a sardonic sense of humor and, all in all, America got off rather easy this time.  The election of 2012 would have turned out rather differently had God’s Own Party had anointed His chosen candidate, future President and True Christian Sam Brownback instead of empty suit and false Mormon prophet, Mitt the Deceiver.  But it could have been so much worse.

If, like the three little kittens we will have seen the last of our Mittens, providing four more years of entitlements, rent, food stamps, crack, bling and a warm crib for our New Black Panther pResident Barry O  to kick it old school aight, doesn’t seem so bad.

At least it keeps him off the streets and out of the slammer for now.   Four years is a long time in politics.  There’s plenty of time to begin impeachment proceedings before B. Hussein’s term is up.

Ha ha, defeatocrats!

Austerity, Anyone?

Karl Rove, Ralph Reed, Charles and David Koch, Ted Olson, Dick Cheney, Jeb Bush and other patriots know that the work doesn’t end on election day, it’s only just begun.

Enjoy your hollow victory Defeatocrats, Socialists, Anarchists, Slackers, Eurocrats, Trade Unionists and the rest of you Obot parasites.  Austerity is just around the corner, can you feel the chill in the air?  As you ride your magical unity pony over the fiscal cliff and “yes I can” becomes “aiiiiieeeeee!!!!” Red State Republicans will be laughing all the way to the bank.

Goodbye, Mittens, you lie-beral loser and good riddance.

Please don’t come back now y’hear?

February 14, 2008

RINO McRomney

John McCain - Crazy Old ManIt looks like the Republican party is becoming just a centrist wing of the Democrat party.  Mitt Romney, the transparent flip flopper who attacked McCain all through the GOP nomination race, has flipped again.  Now he’s endorsing “maverick” RINO John “insane” McCain and ordering his delegates (all 280 of them) to fall in line behind (or under) the “Straight Talk Express.”  That’s funny, wasn’t Mittens calling McCain a liberal up until this point?  Perhaps this just proves that Mitt is liberal too, as he embraces what he once attacked.  What’s also telling is that on the day of the endorsement, stocks plunged.  What does that tell you?

Worse, there is serious speculation that this means that Mittens might be a shoe in for the Veep choice.  And I wouldn’t be surprised to see Rudy Giuliani get a cabinet position in a McLame Administration.  That brings all three parts of the “Rudy McRomney” triumvirate together.  And that spells disaster for conservatism, the Republican party and America in both the short and long term.

John McCain and Mitt RomneySo the two RINOs are burying the hatchet on Valentine’s Day and expressing their manly fondness for one another.  Considering that Governor Romney presided over the destruction of marriage, supporting the “right” of homosexuals to get married in Taxachussets, and had promised to be more supportive of the gay agenda than Ted Kennedy (when he ran against Teddy for the Senate), there may well be wedding bells in the near future.  John’s dropped an inconvenient wife before, and for Romney, there’s probably nothing fundamentally wrong with polygamy.

Who’s going to wear the dress though?  It would be easy to guess if one half of the happy couple was Rudy.  Wouldn’t that just turn your stomach?

Mitt RomneySo what does this mean for the general election?  Romney would do little to help McCain in the southern states, which Republican candidates desperately need to win the White House.  Perhaps an embarrassing loss to Clinbama will discredit the two RINOs and keep them from attempting future Presidential runs.  That would at least ensure that the next nominee is a real conservative, and not someone who is more than happy to stab Republicans in the back.

It’s time for prayers and reflection, folks.  Could you vote for a Rudy RINO McRomney ticket?  Could you live with yourself after casting such a vile and disheartening vote against all that you hold dear?

— Psycheout

February 7, 2008

Three Little Kittens Have Lost Their Mittens

Mitt RomneyFinally something we can all agree with Mitt Romney on.  He has decided to pack it in and drop out of the race for the Republican nomination.  This may be his final flip-flop of the campaign.  Previously he had said he would stay in until the convention.  Now he’s cutting and running.  We can all be thankful about that.

The good news here is that Mike Huckabee is now the conservative alternative to John McCain.  People confused by Mitt Romney’s pseudo-conservatism shtick can now shift their support to Huck.  And if Willard had dropped out before Super Tuesday, Huckabee would have done even better than he did.

John McCain can reassure Republican voters by picking a solid conservative running mate such as Jeb Bush, who would be a shoe in for President in 2012, or earlier if JMac kicks the bucket or goes insane.  A McCain/Bush or McCain/Huckabee ticket would wipe up the floor with the Democrat nominee.  Likewise would a Huckabee/Brownback ticket.

This is a great day for the Republican party.  Mittens the spoiler is gone.  Now the race gets interesting.

— Psycheout

February 5, 2008

Sam Brownback Shames Mittens

Mitt RomneyIt’s always good to hear from Senator Sam, the principled, conservative Republican, especially when he’s taking the charlatan Willard Mittens Romney to task.

Bob Dole had recently asked Rush Limbaugh to lay off John McCain. And Mitt chimed in, unflatteringly, on the former Kansas Senator:

As I noted earlier, Romney said on “Fox & Friends” this morning that Dole was “probably the last person I would have wanted write a letter for me.” He added: “I think there are a lot of folks who tend to think that maybe John McCain’s race is a bit like Bob Dole’s race. That it’s the guy who’s next in line, the inevitable choice.”

Smart move, considering that Kansas is voting today. Best way to win? Attack a former and beloved Senator. Smooth with a capital smooth. Sam Brownback struck back:

“I was disappointed to see Governor Romney’s desperate attack on Senator Bob Dole, a great Kansan and an American hero,” Brownback says in a statement issued by McCain’s campaign. “Governor Romney’s campaign is fading and this outburst is the latest in a long series of contradictory statements that remind us of his confused political views. I call on Governor Romney to apologize for his disrespectful comments.”

Bob Dole - War HeroTake that, Mittens! Apologize. Stop attacking war heroes. Where were you during the war? That’s right, in France eating brie. Ha ha, Mittens! You also lost West Virginia to Huckabee. Even West Virginian John Cole is celebrating.

Mitt Romney is unwise to burn bridges like he does. He’s got negatives as high as Hillary Clinton, so when he tries to go negative, it inevitably backfires. There’s no way that he’s the second choice of either McCain or Huckabee supporters. He’s spent a fortune attacking his rivals. If this thing goes to the convention, supporters of candidates other than Oven Mitt will rally around anyone but him. Congratulations, Willard. It couldn’t happen to a slimier guy.

Hat Tip: Billy Valentine at Race 4 2008.

— Psycheout

Super Tuesday Open Thread [Updated]

Super TuesdayWell, it’s Super Duper Tuesday. It looks to be John McCain’s big day. Sadly, Mike Huckabee will likely come in third, although he will continue to stress his urgent social conservative issues, which are very important for our nation to heed. The good news is that the phony charlatan, Willard Mittens Romney, will place second, or possibly (please, Lord) third. Ron Paul will be invisible to anyone other than unhinged loons.

My prediction in general is:

  1. John McCain
  2. Mittens Romney
  3. Mike Huckabee
  4. Ron “Dr. Who?” Paul

Who gives a hang about the DemocRats?

Put your predictions in the comment thread. If you want to be more specific or even make guesses as to how Satan’s own Democrat party fares, feel free. B4B is a free speech zone, after all.

I urge you all to pray that Zelig (Mitt Romney) has a horrible day and loses everywhere. It’s what America deserves, and it’s what G-d wants you to do.

B4B will bring you all the results later in the evening when they come in, if they aren’t too depressing. Vote smart, America. Vote smart.

Update: Mike Huckabee beats Mittens and wins in West Virginia.  Great news!

— Psycheout

January 31, 2008

Mitt Romney: Do the Right Thing [Updated]

Mitt RomneyMitt Romney is putting himself before the good of America and the Republican party. It’s time for him to do the right thing: he needs to drop out and endorse Mike Huckabee. Mittens and Mike are splitting the evangelical and conservative vote.

But while many (if not most) people have a visceral dislike for the phony chameleonic opportunist that is Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee comes across as genuine and appeals to everyday folks. There’s no doubt about it. Even lefties grudgingly admire the charismatic Huck. Many even fear him, since he’s so darn likable.

By selfishly staying in the race and splitting the conservative vote, Mitt Romney is ensuring that the only bus that will be in service come November will be John McCain’s “straight talk express.” That will surely shift both the Republican and Democrat parties to the left for the foreseeable future. Conservatism will be in tatters for a decade or more.

Mitt Romney and the GloveIf the Republican party is to survive intact, Mitt Romney must swallow his pride and overcome his gigantic ego. He must drop out if we are to have any chance at all of keeping Clinton or Obamanation out of the White House. If Willard is unable to make that sacrifice (due to a complete lack of principles), his supporters should seriously consider taking that big step themselves.

I lay out the argument in full in a guest post over at Blogs 4 Huckabee. I hope everyone, especially Mitt supporters, will read the whole thing. Mike Huckabee is the only candidate who can actually win against the DemocRATs. It’s time to get behind him. The time, my friends, is now.

If Huck seals the deal, then we can lobby him to put Sam Brownback on the ticket, if he doesn’t do so naturally on his own. A Huckabee/Brownback unity ticket would crush the far left kook ticket, hands down. Good always triumphs over evil in the end.

Update: Longtime conservative activist and founder of Free Republic Jim Robinson has endorsed Mike Huckabee!

— Psycheout

January 28, 2008

Florida Primary Open Thread [Updates]

FloridaIt’s nearly the Florida primary, so it’s time make those predictions once again. Unless Satan intervenes the results should be as follows:

  1. McCain
  2. Romney
  3. Huckabee

There have been several unconfirmed reports of animal sacrifice and blood rites being performed in the panhandle state. Sources tell me that Mitt Romney signs were found nearby a number of these sites where clandestine pagan ceremonies were held in the dark of night. So evidence suggests there are a lot of appeals to Satan to throw this race to Mittens. We shall see.

Interestingly, G-d has already retaliated by smiting the false prophet of the Mormon Church, one Gordon B. Hinckley, who Mormons believe is, or rather was, a living prophet of G-d here on earth. I have read that the chameleonic candidate plans to attend the mysterious funeral, since the Mormon Church is more important to him than even America. Mitt reveals where his loyalties truly lie by making a false idol of this now dead “prophet.”

Also the transvestite and gay voters may have been underpolled, so Giuliani just might pull a third place showing. The moonbat and tin foil hat vote has been over polled in the past. So I suspect that Ron Paul will be dead last. That would be a good thing.

Oh yeah, I nearly forgot about the detestable Demoncrats.

  1. Hilldog
  2. Osama
  3. Silky Pony

Predictions anyone?

Update: With less than 1% reporting (7:25pm EST):

  1. McCain 29%
  2. Romney 28%
  3. Giuliani 18%
  4. Huckabee 18%
  1. Hilldog 58%
  2. Osama 21%
  3. Breck Girl 17%

Update 19: Florida primary results:

With 62% reporting (9:27pm EST) (all polls have closed):

  1. McCain 36% [x]
  2. Romney 32%
  3. Giuliani 15%
  4. Huckabee 13%

With 62% reporting:

  1. Hilldog 51% [x]
  2. Osama 32%
  3. Breck Girl 15%

Update 20 (Final Update): Florida primary results:

With 69% reporting (9:41pm EST) (all polls have closed):

  1. McCain 36% [x]
  2. Romney 32%
  3. Giuliani 15%
  4. Huckabee 14%

With 69% reporting:

  1. Hilldog 50% [x]
  2. Osama 32%
  3. Breck Girl 15%

Barring any surprises, Florida has done the right thing by rejecting the Mittens. Thank you, Florida.

— Psycheout

January 3, 2008

Iowa Caucus Results

Iowa CaucusJust a quick post, which I will update in a bit.

I was right.

  1. Huckabee 34%
  2. Romney 25%
  3. McCain 13%
  4. Thompson 13%

And I may still be right about the party of treason:

  1. Obama 38%
  2. Clinton 29%
  3. Edwards 30%

Although Clinton and Edwards are still locked in mortal combat for second place.

Chris Dodd (DemocRAT) will drop out of the race.

Chuck Norris is a happy man tonight.

It’s been a good night for America. G-d bless Iowa. G-d bless you all.

Update: It looks like Fred Thompson may have moseyed his way into third place at the last minute. Congratulations to grandpa Fred.

Update 2: Ha ha – Kookspinach and Gravel got 0 votes! Dodd got 1, Biden got 23, Richardson got 51. Note to Kookspinach and Gravel: give it up. It’s over. Ron Paul at 10% gets 5th. Buh bye, Ronnie. It’s downhill from here. Ghouliani got a whopping 4%. So much for your winning strategy, Rudy.

Update 3: Joe Biden to drop out as well after an anemic performance. Please drop out too, Rudy Giuliani.

Update 4: Further predictions: Hunter won’t stick it out much longer, although he might well be on the short list for Secretary of Defense.  Cox will keep up his silent running candidacy, but nobody will notice.  Those who do will laugh.  Paul will stick it out to the bitter end, taking home lots of suckers’ money just like the last time he ran.  Thankfully he hasn’t got a prayer.  Let me know if I’ve missed anything.

— Psycheout

Big Scandal Coming?

New Hampshire primaryA number of blogs are buzzing about a scandal that’s going to be in the news this coming Monday, January 7, 2008, just before the New Hampshire primary. There’s a lot of speculation, but the narrative hasn’t leaked out yet. It sounds like it’s going to be a bombshell against either Mitt Romney or John McCain.

Race 4 2008 was pretty general about this yesterday. Right Wing News coverage was more speculative but interesting today, leading with the rather bold headline “Former Huckabee Staffer — Scandal Is Going To Destroy Romney.”

I don’t know what the facts are, other than that we’ll find out on Monday. Speculate and include relevant links in the comment thread.

I would guess that it would be more likely to be something about Mitt Romney, only because the research behind this alleged scandal took place while McCain was languishing in the polls. Romney has been expected to be the man to beat all along. But that’s just a guess. It could just be someone trying to sell a book.

Some speculation is that this is about the “anti-Mormon” push polling and that perhaps that the Romney campaign itself was behind it, an allegation that Team Romney vigorously denied. If you recall, the push poll was apparently critical of Romney, but friendly to McCain. Was it a dirty trick to make McCain look bad? Who knows?

We shall find out what this is all about on Monday, if not before. Speculations? Predictions? You know what to do.

— Psycheout

December 26, 2007

Mitt Romney: Anchor Baby?

ProhibidoI like irony. Tom Tancredo’s endorsement of Mitt Romney took many by surprise. But the surprise became astonishment when it was revealed that Mitt Romney’s father came to America across the Mexican border. For some reason The Tanc didn’t seem to mind. Hypocritical? You be the judge.

Tom Tancredo, the only candidate for president from either party to declare himself in opposition to legal immigration, and to have a specific aversion to Mexican immigration, dropped out of the presidential race last week. Then he did something quite odd – he endorsed Mitt Romney, the only candidate whose father was born in Mexico and whose family made use of the porous border to immigrate between Mexico and the United States.

PolygamyOuch. Most people probably don’t even know about this. And why was the Romney family kicking it in Mexico? Polygamy. Nice.

Mitt Romney’s father George was born in Chihuahua, Mexico in 1907, the son of Gaskell Romney and Anna Amelia Pratt. Three generations of Romneys lived in Mexico because Miles Park Romney, a polygamist, moved the family there in 1884 as it became increasingly clear that the U.S. government would not tolerate polygamy in the Utah Territory. The 1882 Edmunds Act stripped polygamists of the basic rights of U.S. citizenship, denying them the right to vote, serve on juries or hold office. Not dissimilar to current immigration raids, U.S. federal agents hunted and arrested polygamists. Polygamists were forced to leave the country or risk jail.

Mexican Border CrossingLawbreakers. It turns out that polygamy was not legal in Mexico either, so “Miles Romney then knowingly arrived in direct violation of Mexican immigration law.”

Aren’t these the kind of people Tancredo dislikes with intensity?

Relative Junius Romney negotiated with rebel leaders to get women and children out of the colony for their safety. Anna, with Mitt’s father George in tow, fled across the U.S. border by train (with no apparent delay or search at the border). A short time later Gaskell, like many Mexican immigrants before and since, covered hundreds of miles under a hot sun, crossing by land into New Mexico.

Hypocrisy knows no bounds. The more one finds out about Mitt Romney, the less there is to like.

Update: I should have noted that the source, Think Progress, is a left slanted smear site, and although it may be accurate on occasion, it’s best to be cautious taking articles there at their word.  A grain of salt is always good to include in the mix.  That’s precisely why I said “You be the judge.”  Commenter TLB pointed out this comment over at an alternet reprint of the original article:

Per this: It is the consensus of scholars, however, that foreign born children of Americans are natural born citizens. And that would mean that [George Romney] and McCain would certainly qualify.

Thus, calling George Romney an “immigrant” is false. And, for that reason and others, most of the post has nothing to do with Mitt Romney. He’s the one who’s running for president, not his late father.

B4B always strives for accuracy, and will continue to do so.  Constructive criticism is always welcome.

— Psycheout

December 21, 2007

Mitt Romney in a Nutshell

Filed under: Campaign 2008,Mitt Romney,Republicans,RINOs — Psycheout @ 8:37 am
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NutshellThis from Byron York over at The Corner. Jim Rappaport, formerly the head of the Republican party in Massachusetts on Romney’s slipperiness.

[Rappaport] said Romney “has a strong record of showmanship as opposed to actual performance.” Discussing Romney’s relationship with the Massachusetts state legislature, Rappaport said of the former governor, “His word is no good…Mitt Romney would say one thing in a meeting and literally go out of the meeting to the press and tell the opposite story.

“There was no desire in the legislature to be accommodating to him because they couldn’t trust him.” Romney, Rappaport continued, “will be clear today on what he believes today, and he’ll be clear tomorrow on what he believes tomorrow, but they may be different things.”

See also: Say Anything, yet another example of Mitt’s propensity to say anything to get elected, even if it’s false.  It’s very Clinton-esque, depending on what the meaning of “is” is.

— Psycheout

December 20, 2007

Tom the Tanc Thanks and Tanks Out

Tom Tancredo - No AmnestyAs B4C reported last night, the end was near. Now it’s official: Tom Tancredo has dropped out of the race. He will be remembered (or not) for bringing the issue of illegal immigration to the forefront, as far as the GOP Presidential campaign was concerned. But his single note candidacy never really caught on, since his rivals adopted his rabid anti-illegal stance, leaving little to differentiate himself from the rest of the pack.

Two months ago, on October 28, 2007, The Tanc announced that he would not be seeking re-election for his congressional seat (Colorado’s 4th District), so his failed Presidential bid is Tancredo’s swan song. His legacy will be written by, or ignored by, historians. The Tanc is, literally, history.

According to the firecracker of the web, Michelle Malkin, Tom Tancredo declared victory before ending his campaign in a blaze of irrelevance.

“The Tancredo campaign has already won.”

What else can I say, but “good.” Take Hunter (who I do respect), Cox, Keyes and Paul with you. None of you have a ghost of a chance.

Update: What else can I say? “Good riddance.” This non-entity endorsed Mittens. If you have nothing wise to say, Tommy, just shut up. Good riddance to bad rubbish. Sell out. Traitor.

Update 2: Moar reaction from Race 4 2008, the sauce for the very latest campaign news.

Update 3: Upon reflection, the Romney endorsement makes sense in perverse sort of way. Both Tancredo and Mittens hired illegals to labor at their respective mansions. Hypocritical high fives all around!

— Psycheout

December 17, 2007

Dewey Defeats Truman!

Dewey Defeats TrumanYesterday there was a lot of buzz about who Congressman Steve King (R-IA) was going to endorse. Up until the last moment, Romney supporters were crowing about how their man was going to get it and that the endorsement was going to help push him over the top to win Iowa.

Here’s how MSNBC’s coverage played out as the story broke:

And the endorsements keep coming… Congressman Steve King (R), one of Iowa’s most strident critics of illegal immigration and a champion of the state’s rural conservatives, has endorsed Romney.

King’s endorsement of Romney could serve to further the Massachusetts governor’s case against Huckabee, whom Team Romney hopes to paint as weak on immigration.

And Romney supporters cheered. But wait….

*** UPDATE *** King just announced that he’s supporting Thompson.

Then Thompson’s supporter cheered. Good for him.

What was particularly funny was this:

Team Romney is in the back of the room looking bewildered. They were all here, leading all the press to conclude that it was an endorsement for Romney.

Aww, look at all those sad little faces. They marched into the room triumphantly, like Hitler marching into Paris, leading the press to believe Romney had it. The truth of the matter is that Romney’s got more money to hire brownshirts, er supporters. (Sorry, the metaphor tried to run away with this paragraph.)

Those poor little guys. Politics ain’t beanbag, boys.

— Psycheout

December 14, 2007

Huckaboom Thanks To Brownback?

President Huckabee?The recent surge in Mike Huckabee’s stock has been nothing short of phenomenal. There’s no doubt about it. Is it Divine Providence? Several months ago, Huckabee, like Senator Brownback, was considered a long shot. But that has changed dramatically.

Who could have forseen a couple of months ago that in December, Huck would be leading Mittens in Iowa a staggering 39% to 23%? Giuliani, at a meager 8%, is virtually a non-factor like nutjob Ron Paul. He’s way down where many expected Huck and Brownback to be. Incredible.

In South Carolina, another primary state, Huckabee has shot past his rivals to take the top spot. Again, totally unexpected. Unprecedented even. Just what’s going on here? Is this the hand of G-d, tipping the scales to the leader that He, in his infinite wisdom, wants to lead the free world? If so, it’s best not to argue with Him.

I think all of us at Blogs 4 Brownback knew that it was only a matter of time before Republican primary voters got serious and finally realized that the frontrunners, especially Romney and Giuliani, were unacceptable RINOs and that when the time came, they would turn to a real Christian conservative. And they have begun to do that with only a short time to the primaries. In the nick of time, as it were.

We at B4B suspected that this would benefit Sam Brownback. And it likely would have if he’d only have stayed in the race. Sadly he bowed out too early, and this has given Huckabee the lion’s share of serious and thoughtful Republican voters. If only Sam had hung on a little longer, he’d probably be surging in the polls now as well as or instead of Huck. Ah, what could have been.

Huckabee is getting more attention now, a lot of it negative, as he is being seen as a serious threat by the RINO supporters, the media and the power elite. He’s been taking a beating from political sites like Race 4 2008 and from hacks and morons like Rich Lowry. But despite a couple weeks of relentless attacks Huck continues to soar. He flies like a mighty eagle while continuing to take flak and small arms fire.

And now he’s actually starting to get more money from donors and the support of professional politicos and GOP insiders like the brilliant Republican strategist Ed Rollins. Huck may well be the nominee, thanks in part to Sam Brownback exiting the race. And I guess, for that, more power to him. At least he’s a good Christian with executive and leadership experience.

Good luck, Huck. But watch out for the coming Sam Brownback write-in campaign. We aren’t going to just let you walk away with it. But it looks like you just might pull it off. What an amazing campaign season this has been so far. I think we can all agree on that.

Have a good weekend, everybody!

Update: For those of you who don’t know who Ed Rollins is and how his joining Huckabee’s team is significant:

A veteran Republican strategist considered by many the architect of Ronald Reagan’s 1984 landslide election victory is set to take the helm of Mike Huckabee’s surging presidential bid, CNN has learned.

Update 2: In addition to leading in Iowa and South Carolina, Huckabee also leads in Florida at 27%. Will there be a Huckasweep?

Update 3: Former Republican John Cole points and laughs at a bunch of so-called Republicans wetting their collective pants in fear over the Huckaboom. Huckenfreude.

— Psycheout

December 13, 2007

Mitt Romney = Underdog?

UnderdogYes friends, the Mittster is playing the expectations game.  Now, rather than simply claiming the mantle of Ronald Reagan reincarnated, he’s referring to himself as Underdog.  Try has-been or also-ran.  Those sound good too.

Mitt Romney declared for the first time publicly that he is the underdog to his rival, Mike Huckabee, at this point in Iowa’s fast-approaching Republican caucuses on Jan. 3.

Most underdogs don’t exactly spend millions more than their rival, but perhaps there’s a new meaning to the word “underdog” that I am not familiar with.  This would be like Rocky Balboa claiming to be the underdog in a fight with a little old lady with a walker.  But when it comes to OvenMitt, insanity reigns.

I can only imagine that the feisty little upstart Ron Paul bristled at the “underdog” comment.  But then, as far as the Ron Paul Revolution goes, that dog won’t hunt.

— Psycheout

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