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Saturday, January 24, 2009

The Republican Obama

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thanks, Higby.

Your early support of Sarah Palin gives this insight heavyweight resonance.

You sure know how to pick 'em!

Your second pick can finish the work of the first one: destroying the Republican Party from the inside.


January 24, 2009 11:25 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jindal credentials: Education: 1. Brown University graduate with honors 2. accepted to Harvard Medical School and Yale Law School and 3. a Master's degree at Oxford as a Rhoades Scholar, Public Service: 1. Secretary of Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals 2. President of University of Louisiana System 3. Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services for Planning and Evaluation and 4. United States Representative in the US Congress. A governor of a state with an urban and rural population as well as a diverse electorate.

All of this by the age of 35, before he became Governor of LA. Every time the dems bash his age, the GOP can counter with, "and he STILL has THAT MUCH MORE EXPERIENCE and EDUCATION than Obama."

This guy would clean Obama's clock in any debate on any policy. The progressive left ought to be concerned about Jindal.

January 24, 2009 11:53 AM  

Anonymous Karen said:

taking into consideration that majority of obama's votes came from ignorant first time and youth voters who were only fond of his "hip"ness... the same will happen when they encounter bobby jindal. He is known as the Republican Obama and as soon as the ignorant people (being those who don't vote based off issues and policies) and the youth get a taste of him they'll vote for him. They could care less about abortion rights and same-sex marriage. heck, california is a "democratic" state yet majority of the people are against same-sex marriage. what an oxymoron. Unless all the black people and supporters remain faithful, Obama will hardly stand a chance to a reelection. The only chance he'll have is if he fucks up his 2nd and 3rd year but does well his 4th year. Everyone will forget his mid-term screw ups and reelect him. But apparently mainstream media takes the cake and everyone is still fooled. hell, the guy bombed Pakistan today and NOBODY is talking about it. where are these liberals and left-wing people to cry foul??????????

January 24, 2009 12:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The 2010 Census will ultimately decide how the electoral map will be laid out for the 2012 election, but population projections based upon Census updates give a good idea of how the Electoral College will change.

Based on the 2008 results, this would give the Republican Party a net gain of 7 electoral votes, and the Democratic Party a net loss of 7 electoral votes.

January 24, 2009 12:04 PM  

Anonymous Phil Jennerjahn said:

Jindal is great, but I'm not sure he is ready to carry the flag for the party. Don't be surprised if other candidates speed up and blow past him.

He has plenty of time. Sarah Palin became a heavyweight in the party and may run herself in 2012. She would get so much press coverage that it would be crazy because she would be the first woman who realistically can win her party nomination and win the election. Hillary had a shot at that history, but failed.

Don't forget Huckabee and Romney, who are still around.

January 24, 2009 12:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Obama will likely be able to fend of any challenge in 2012 though Jindal would be a tough opponent and would out-Obama Obama.

January 24, 2009 12:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Didn't Phil Jennerjerk say he was going to beat Antonio Villaraigosa for Mayor and was outraged the LA Times wouldn't interview them when he walked into their lobby and was chased out by security?

So we should follow his political analysis?

The Repuglicans are not the brightest bulbs these days but I highly doubt they'll be dumb enough to bring Palin back. Jindal satisfies the same red meat Jesusstan wing-nuts but admittedly has the chops to not get tagged like Caribou Barbie did as a lightweight. The only attack the Dems will have is on Jindals right wing views.

However the Republican Party tends to run like the Rotary Club and recycle the same ideas and moves guys through the chairs hence the nominee will likely be Romney or Huckabee.

And they will lose. Worse than McCain.

January 24, 2009 12:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Alcoholics for Obama, saying, "Yo, ho, ho and a bottletini of rum."

January 24, 2009 12:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

He annoys me for his extreme and kooky positions and beliefs of government and politics. He is also annoying due to that southern accent his has. When I hear him speak, he wants to make me drive off a cliff. Why do rethug politicians talk with such an accent? Please enlighten me because it seems as if every rethugs does it.

January 24, 2009 1:02 PM  

Anonymous one who knows said:

He's the new hope of the right-wingers. He holds all the Republican PC views, and he's an attractive candidate to the low-information voter.

Because he's a minority, it's hard for us to criticize him. If he were a Democrat, the R's would be spreading rumors that he was a Muslim (you know they would, even though he's a Christian convert from Hinduism). But we can't/won't do that.

Like Bush, he's had "successes" in his home state that he will bring to the nation at large. We know his policies have been disastrous, but they sound good if you don't have the facts.

I certainly hope that he turns out to be a male Sarah Palin, but I think he's way too smart for that. He's likely to have clever talking points for any question from the likes of Charlie Gibson. In a primary fight, he will look good next to Sarah. And he's not likely to have his teen-aged daughter impregnated by the son of an OxyContin dealer. He's far from trailer trash.

January 24, 2009 1:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

whoa, whoa, whoa. All this time I thought Mayor McCheese (yes that's you porky), was going to endorse Zuma for Pres.

I think Zuma can do it. Imagine, he would be the first Presidential candidate that would also have a secret service profile

January 24, 2009 6:53 PM  

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