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November 29, 2011

"Yes Obama wants to win and worse still he's on track to win.

It doesn't matter how low his ratings are, so long as his opponent's ratings are even worse.
This is not a campaign that he has to win by being the better man, he just has to sit there and let the press destroy his opponent. Obama does have one thing in common with some of the pundits predicting his imminent demise, they're both sure that they can't lose. But Obama has grounds for thinking that. Far better grounds than the cheerleaders who insist that anyone the Republicans run will win in a landslide in every state. -- Sultan Knish a blog by Daniel Greenfield

Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 29, 2011 1:34 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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The GOP keeps putting up the same old clunkers blubbering the hackneyed platitudes. Anyone not hewing to the 'GOP thirsts for Death' mantra proves that their is complicity for keeping the status as is. One or two terms in power then rotate for the same period. Rinse-repeat and wonder why the stink lingers.

The TEA Party should become the Third Party and rabble rouse Middle America to vote for freedom.

Or are they also feckless in extremis.

Posted by: Peccable at November 29, 2011 1:58 PM

What I-Right said.

Those advocating for a third party to skim off independants and libertoonians and "family values" conservatives from voting for Mitt, Newt or whoever - may as well just go ahead and put an Obama sticker on their Prius.

Ross Perot got something like 17% of the vote in 92. Those morons who wanted to "make a statement" made a statement alright. Their statement was 8 years of the adulterer in chief, whose tail wagged the dog to distract us from Monica, and who could have gotten Usama, but passed. Too busy sticking a cigar up Monica's....

But who in retrospect, is Mount Frickin Rushmore Worthy, compared to the guy we've got now; but who the "Paulians" and other "principled" people may put back into office. Because Mitt is too Rino or a strange Morman or something.

Posted by: southernjames at November 30, 2011 7:38 AM

southernjames, sing it brother. I was one of the fools that was fooled by Perot. Seeing what it wrought, I have vowed, "NEVER AGAIN!" Any one of the Rs in the race are head and shoulders above The Won. Hell, I'd vote for a ham sandwich if the nominated by the Rs. A ham sandwich could not wreak the damage that Obama has done.

Posted by: Jimmy J. at November 30, 2011 9:05 AM

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