April 27, 2011

REPUBLIGEDDON! The Lethal Republican Ticket for 2012

Once upon a time that skeevy communist Woody Guthrie wrote on his guitar, "This machine kills fascists." Well, this Republican ticket kills moonbats and progressives:


That's right, kills them dead. One look at this concept by an unprepared moonbat and...


It is presently unknown just how many cerebral hemorrhages, massive coronary infarctions, and Medusasque turning to stone in the middle of the street deaths this ticket would cause, but it would be entertaining to find out.

Simply put, this is a ticket that could work for the benefit of the Republican party even if it never ran.

It's mere existence as a possibility would thin out the ranks of voting democrats faster and more effectively than the last 30 years of Planned Parenthood abortions.

Besides the obvious advantage of automatically culling the moonbat herd, this ticket has many other things going for it. Among them are:

And if West/Palin did gain the nomination and run, it has the even greater benefit of being able to defeat Obama and recapture the presidency for the Republicans. But will the Republicans actually turn out to be this gutsy and this smart for a change?


Posted by Vanderleun at April 27, 2011 7:39 AM
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I'm thinking Cain\West... the double dark chocolate ticket. As Cain likes to say, the American left couldn't handle a real black man in the white house.

Posted by: Casca at April 27, 2011 8:27 AM

"...will the Republicans actually turn out to be this gutsy..." Highly unlikely. The time is close, if not already here, to dump the Republican Party into the ashcan of history as it did the Whigs. It took only three national elections for the then new Republican Party to take control of the House, Senate, and Presidency. Let the Collin's, McCain's, Graham's et al. wander off into their land of go along to get along fantasy, and let people firmly based in reality take over the government.

Posted by: St. Thor at April 27, 2011 8:39 AM

But will the Republicans actually turn out to be this gutsy and this smart for a change?

No. Obama will win another term.

Posted by: Patvann at April 27, 2011 9:02 AM

Hey Thor, we don't have 2 or 3 election cycles to right the ship. 2012 might not be soon enough.

Posted by: bill at April 27, 2011 9:06 AM

Unfortunately, bill, you are probably right. But when you have status quo, bsing, Republican candy a**es like Boehner running around as "leaders", you can't do much else than your best to upset the status quo, and Republicans aren't going to do it.

Posted by: St. Thor at April 27, 2011 10:12 AM

Patyann, you have to stop with the illicit smokes. The Late night hosts are poking fun at the Poobah, that bodes no good.

Bohnie got a big ding in his shiny RINO Fender. The Senate can get the same swat in the chops in '12. Prez Peckerwood, I don't know what he can do; his blathering about gas and food isn't going to lower prices.

The Progressive Peoples' Wallet is thin and his policies did it.

Push for Libertarian Candidates, TEA Party types that are NEW, not retreads.

Posted by: Peccable at April 27, 2011 10:37 AM

Republicans: They thirst for death.

Posted by: Duncan at April 27, 2011 11:25 AM

Without a doubt. And retroactively too!

Posted by: vanderleun at April 27, 2011 11:33 AM

The Democrat's character assassination machine would be working over-overtime. We would be treated to racism coming from the Democrats, the likes of which we haven't seen since Robert Byrd's days under the white sheet.

Posted by: Harry at April 27, 2011 4:07 PM

Palin/West 2012: Guess Who's Coming To Washington.

Posted by: Rich Fader at April 27, 2011 4:57 PM

I'd PAY to see the Left's convulsions in response to this ticket. Think Linda Blair, spinning heads, projectile fluids, bodies levitating, collective raging and growling of their legions. Madison on steroids. If 2012 is predicted to be the most racist election in history as Tavis Smiley claims, does that mean all who vote against Col. West is a racist? And I've decided all who vote against Palin are either jealous or have vagina-envy, the worse the Palinoia, the deeper the personal derangement.

Posted by: RedCarolina at April 27, 2011 7:41 PM

*all who vote against Col. West ARE racists, that is. All who vote against a Cain/West ticket will doom their collective entitlement-loving soul to Hell per Black Liberation Theology.

Posted by: RedCarolina at April 27, 2011 7:47 PM

Hmmm... Palin/West 2012. West/Palin 2012. Yes. I like.

I like especially because I'd vote for both even if they were white and male.

One things for certain: No more Republican Eunuchs and Media Lapdogs.

Posted by: cond0010 at April 27, 2011 10:20 PM

Yes, the ultimate "Don't argue" ticket.

Palin would be great, but West is freakin' awesome.

Posted by: Brett_McS at April 28, 2011 2:16 AM

That's Col. "Don't blow sunshine up my butt" West. haha. I love this ticket. We could do away with term limits for this All-American duo. (more Leftist convulsions.. lol!)

Posted by: RedCarolina at April 28, 2011 3:39 AM

Gerard, the one question that this post doesn't answer is the one that's the most important for the establishment GOP: "Whose turn is it now?"

Because savvy questions like that are what got us firebrands such as Bob Dole and John McCain.

I've got a bad feeling about 2012. My opinion of the GOP has reached a really, really low ebb and I'm firmly convinced that they will mess up this golden opportunity.

Posted by: physics geek at April 28, 2011 10:07 AM

American politics in general, American voters in general are progressively reaching lower and lower ebbs, Obama is a result of that. Sadly, I think Trump is the only sure thing against Obama. God help us if any one of the conservative candidates go independent. Ron Paul might be the only third party candidate that wouldn't split the conservative vote. Trump is the larger-than-life guarantee we need, in my humble opinion. The Repubs actually haven't changed. The voters have moved left and/or stupid.

Posted by: RedCarolina at April 28, 2011 12:39 PM

Please forgive my raining on your little parade, but this is a form of PrezPorn, not serious thinking. We need a President to function within the constitutional system of checks and balances, and Congress will have its usual say, representing all kinds of Americans, whether they agree with our kind or not.

These are names and positions and attitudes, not seasoned executives. I fully understand the appeal of making a statement and finding someone who says stuff that I like.

But being Commander in Chief and Chief Executive and having to bear the crushing burdens of the office calls for qualities that sometimes we don't think about when we are getting riled up about stupid, wasteful government that doesn't remember that the People are sovereign.

We don't have a Reagan or Coolidge in our age, we may have to settle for an Ike who doesn't punch all the boxes but who does at least keep it all from falling apart.

As much as I admire West and Palin, they are not ready for that executive role, even if they could be elected. They would win hands down if the whole country were like American Digest readers, but it's not.

Posted by: Alan at April 28, 2011 12:46 PM

Sorry Alan, I have to go with Gerard on this one. The country's in too much shite. If our Constitutional freedoms are going to be carried forward we need drastic changes now. It is my belief that the policies being implemented now are an attempt to purposely bring down our Republic. And the repubs should be fired at this point. They've been goin' along with this BS for too long now

Palin/West (Tea Party Ticket)...I know they cherish the Constitution as much as I do. If we start now possibly we can bankrupt the 'pubs and save the country. People don't need robocalls from Washington. They need leadership and the right message.

Plus it would be fun to watch progressive (if love of soviet style government is "progressive") heads spontaneously combust.

Posted by: JD at April 28, 2011 10:25 PM

Or West/Palin. I'd follow either one into hell with a gasoline can.

Posted by: JD at April 28, 2011 10:27 PM

I've been advocating Palin/West for a while now. But West/Palin works for me too.

She's got more experience what with being a governor and all. I can't see her taking the VP slot again.

I figure two terms of Palin followed by two terms of West is about what is needed to right the ship of state.

Posted by: rickl at April 29, 2011 12:19 AM

1 May 2011

Palin/West 2012

No retreat, no surrender.

6 November 2012 ~ Judgment Day.

Failure to elect Palin-West is not an option.

Take good care,

nb: @physics geek at April 28, 2011 10:07 AM: IMHO, it is Palin's turn. She was the Veep contender in 2008, only natural that she receive the Republican "First Right of Refusal" to run for the top slot. Just sayin. . .

Posted by: Sandy Daze at May 1, 2011 2:06 AM

I like the way you think, rickl

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