Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Giuliani: Out the In Door

Rudolph Giuliani quit his campaign for president today.

What a shock.

Given his dismal performance in Iowa (4%), Wyoming (0%), New Hampshire (9%), Michigan (3%), Nevada (4%), South Carolina (2%) and Florida (15%) one must question if Rudolph ever really entered the race.


Tuesday, January 22, 2008

John McMaine?

Touring the southeast United States in his quest for the White House, John McCain stated he understands South Florida and Cuba because he was in the Navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

John's remarks makes one wonder how long will it be before Chuck Norris implies Senator McMain understands Florida and Cuba because he served on the Maine as well.

Drop Dead Fred Campaign

Fred Thompson, republiCON from Tennessee, ended his run for the White House today. In his announcement, Fred hoped the "country. . . benefited from our having made this effort." Really? About the only ones likely to benefit from Fred's run will be future historians who can write books about the never seen before ability to end a presidential bid without really starting it.

Adios Fred!

Sunday, January 20, 2008

One Year to Go!

Sunday, January 6, 2008

G.O.P. = Getting Out of the Party

CBS evening news released a poll last night showing people identifying themselves as politically independent at an all time high. Independents are up 25 percent from 1988.

CBS tries to paint this as bad news for both major parties, but astute observers ask where did these independents come from? The CBS poll clearly shows they are defectors from rebpubliCON party! In fact, CON identification is down 21 percent from 1988. Meanwhile, people identifying themselves as Democrats are basically unchanged during that time period.

Moreover, other CBS/New York Times polls show voters view Democrats more favorably than CONS, and feel the Democratic party will do a better job on important issues such as the economy and the war.
Over the past four presidential elections the GOP has won the popular vote only once, in 2004. At that time CON identification was 30 percent. However, given the dismal performance of the president and the current slate of CON candidates its unlikely the "grand old party" will sniff 30 percent support anytime soon.
Good luck in November CONS!