dares to say something that has been on my mind as well:
There’s also continued filibusters from Mitch McConnell of anything that could remotely help the unemployed, families hurt by recession, and anything that looks like it might have gone near the President. I can’t believe all this belligerence is a winning strategy for them, but only time will tell. As much as I’ve had problems with Obama, McConnell’s got me so hopping mad and the clown set running for the Republican nomination have me more distressed. I’ve never seen a bunch of more mean-spirited, ignorant, hateful, religious fanatics in my life. In this situation, Obama is definitely the lesser of evils. This is an election that will bring the definition of evil to a new nadir. There’s not a woman- or child-friendly politician to be had any where.
Obama is the worst Democratic president in modern history. Romney would be worse still. Still, I can easily see how a secret meeting between the two might segue into that familiar movie scene where the bad guy mouths the "We're not so different, you and I" speech. (I wonder which of the two men would give
But...Newt? Feakin' Newt?
Back in 2000, I could reconcile myself to John McCain. McCain is a decent man who espouses some policies I don't like. But...Newt?