“I’m sorry but I find the protectors of child rapists preaching to women about contraception to be a moral obscenity. When all the implicated bishops and the Pope resign, ther replacements will have standing to preach.”
I’ve been interviewed before, as an indie rock guy or whatever, but never have I been the interviewer. Until now. Check out my interview of Mr. Grassroots, John Presta, he’s the real deal. Obama, Alinsky, and the Chicago Way, all wrapped up in one package. Kinda long, but suck it up.
The latest on the bizarro world of GOP politics:
It was just a week ago that the reality television star and fake presidential candidate was giving a visibly uncomfortable Romney the Las Vegas treatment. One can only imagine the fancy hotel room Trump set him up in, a few chips, the room service—comp’d.
How surprised was Romney when he woke up the next day and found a tiger in the bathroom?
Missing tooth or not, Mitt definitely lost something after the Trump endorsement. His dignity for sure, but also, perhaps, his standing as the frontrunner in the GOP race. Rick Santorum is the latest contestant to rise to the top of the heap after a three-state sweep last night in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado. Whatever happened in Vegas, rolled up and died there.
Not much activity here but you can still find my continuing coverage of the election season over at the Examiner. Today’s article concerned The Donald’s momentous endorsement of Mitt Romney and more:
Romney is not the glib talker that Bill Clinton was or the inspired orator that Obama is; instead there is something…odd, unnatural, disturbing…about the way he speaks. He is not the word-mangler that George W. Bush was—an unreachable bar, most likely—but Romney has a way with not having a way with words.
The ad against him will be one long string: Mitt Romney will bet you ten thousand bucks that corporations are people too and he’s not concerned about poor people but by gosh he likes to fire people, all while singing “America, the Beautiful” out of tune.
The permanent link to my articles at the Examiner can be found here.