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The Pardu
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Showing posts with label Cain. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cain. Show all posts

Saturday, June 22, 2013

MARIO PIPERNI: " Who Needs Immigrants....?"

Re posted from Mario Piperni Dot Com

Who Needs Immigrants When You Can Breed Your Own Voters

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Sad day for liberals. The jig is up.

As much as liberals wanted to conceal the real reason they felt so strongly about immigration reform, they simply weren’t smart enough to outfox the likes of Bryan ‘Sherlock‘ Fischer of the American Family Association. Fischer revealed to his listeners the true motive behind liberals’ attempt at comprehensive immigration reform.


Conservatives are just outbreeding liberals and that’s a huge problem for liberals…because there’s just going to be more conservatives…10, 20 years down the road, they’re just going to be outnumbered. And that’s why they are so dedicated to amnesty.

We are breeding our own voters. We are conceiving our own voters. They’ve got to import them. They’re not producing them so they’ve got to import them. So, that’s why they’re so enamored with illegal aliens and amnesty for them is they’ve got to find some way to get these people on the voter rolls to just maintain numerical parity with conservatives.

Great point! Conceiving is always preferable to importing and as always another astute analysis by a conservative.

I need to ask again: why do conservatives get all the smart ones? Palin, Beck, Gohmert, Bachmann, Bush, Perry, Cain – the list goes on and on and on…

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Friday, November 30, 2012

Mario Piperni: Secretary of State Jon Huntsman?

Cross posted from Mario Piperni Dot Com. Never does a day pass without a visit to  Piperni's webpage. 

Secretary of State Jon Huntsman?

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Just finished reading a HuffPo piece on Jon Huntsman and his thoughts on the Republican primary and his party’s shortcomings. I’ve always viewed Huntsman as far and away the most rational of the Republican nominees. Unfortunately, he was much too rational for a political party where right-wing fanaticism ruled and science had become little more than a four letter word. Any chance Huntsman had of winning the Republican nomination ended the day he tweeted the following:
How warped was Republican’s thinking during the primary? Well, one can say with a fair amount of certainty that had the primary come down to a choice between Jon Huntsman and the amazingly ignorant Herman Cain, pizza man would have taken it. Here’s how Huntsman now views those heady days of lunacy.
Some do it professionally. Some were entertainers. I looked down the debate stage, and half of them were probably on Fox contracts at one point in their career. You do that. You write some books. You go out and you sell some more. You get a radio gig or a TV gig out of it or something. And it’s like, you say to yourself, the barriers of entry to this game are pretty damn low.
With Bachmann, Cain, Santorum and Gingrich in the running, “pretty damn low” is an understatement.
Some are now floating the idea that President Obama should choose Huntsman to replace Hillary as Secretary of State. It’s an idea definitely worth considering.
Huntsman on foreign policy:
We used to be the party that put out wars: Eisenhower, Korea; Nixon, Vietnam; Reagan, the Cold War. And here we talk about starting wars. That’s all Republicans on the defense side seem to want to talk about — not negotiating a way forward diplomatically, as we had under earlier Republican administrations, but always falling back on the war option as if we haven’t had enough over the past 12 years.
As much as I’d love to see Susan Rice get the nomination because: a) she’s as qualified as any to fill the post, and b) just to stick it to John McCain who has solidified his bitter old man persona with his ridiculous Benghazi stance, a Jon Huntsman pick would work on many levels.
  • he has the respect of most Democrats so confirming him as  Secretary of State would not pose much of a problem
  • his position on foreign policy matches the President’s and Huntsman’s years as Obama’s ambassador to China shows that the two can work together
  • bipartisanship would get a major boost
As much as the GOP deserves every bit of scorn and criticism that’s been thrown their way by the left, they still are the choice of half the nation. President Obama’s bipartisanship efforts over the last four years have not gained him any favor with wingnuts but now that he’s been given a second mandate, a willingness to bridge the great divide between left and right is well worth the effort.
As for people like the conservative who wrote the following in a HuffPo comment, let them rant on in their shrinking world. Responsible decisions should never be governed by what the crazies perceive as truth.
There was only one issue in 2012 – would America’s leeching Takers continue to be allowed to rent seek off of our Makers at the point of a government gun.
After three quarters of a century of the advance of socialism under the guise of our growing social democratic state, the Takers finally won the political war – with Huntsman the RINO advocate for appeasement.
From here on, the war must move to non-violent, extra-democratic means to destroy the social democratic state and restore freedom to all Americans … and Huntsman, the accommodationist to socialist ambitions, has no place in this revolution.
He and America as we have known it are history.
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Sunday, November 27, 2011

President Of College Republicans At University Of Texas At Austin: Obama Assassination 'Tempting'


Lauren Pierce

The Huffington Post    has posted a quick article related to another GOP show of complete disrespect for the President of the United States of America.  After many years of pure horror via the Bush Administration and the many success of the Obama  Administration, we continue to see and read about GOP inhumanity and callousness.

Is it any wonder that people like Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Michelle Bachmann and Ron Paul are vying for president under the banner of the GOP?

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

GOP Debate # 13: 11 Points Of Reflection



November 23, 2011
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The GOP Debate that I refer to as,”GOP Half Marathon” (13 of 26 Debates) completed last evening. Unlike the previous debate, #13 was televised start to finish. CNN producers and moderator, Wolf Blitzer (“BLITZ” via Herman Cain) managed the event very professionally. it was obvious CNN learned from earlier events and use those past debates to present a well produced event.

While I would have preferred a couple of ‘stabbing’ questions from Blitzer, the event stayed on script: National Security. Stabbing questions? Yes, Child Labor Laws for Newt, Cain’s fading energy level, Santorum (anything off-script), Bachmann no student loans, Ron Paul (oh well, why bother?)
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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Herman Cain Fizzles to Nothingness






Before I write about Herman Cain, for what will probably be one of my last screed (s) about the man, watch the following video clip from the Editorial Board of the Milwaukee Sentinel Newspaper. Well, the video is five minutes long. You can get a feel for my points by watching the first two minutes.


A potential candidate who sat for an on-camera interview as you just witnessed is a political joke. A joke on people who when polled gave Cain a share of the lead for the nomination even for five minutes. Wasn't it obvious that Mr. Cain was trying to carve out a niche focused on selling his book and possibly landing a job on Fox News?

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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Sexual Harassment Leak? Left or Right? What a GOP Run?



Ann Coulter differentiates between GOP "blacks" and Democrat "blacks" much like slave owners vying for the title of the most physical slave in the county.  Sean Hannity sitting and feeding her guttural racism, like a Jerry Springer like moderator.  How sickening and ridiculous; and a testament to even newer 'lows' from Fox News and the socio/political Right?

Rush Limbaugh sits in front of his dedicated camera and rails about how liberals cannot tolerate conservative 'blacks'.

Conservative pundits and paid mouth pieces across the land joined Limbaugh and Coulter.  Cain, himself, even alluded to a suspicion of subterfuge from the Left.

While others questioned the unwarranted accusations of the source of Cain's troubles, the 'noisy Fox News public relations machine attempted to go 'ballistic' from a racial perspective.  Well, the source of Cain's troubles is Cain.  How could open-minded people not for one second speak on-air without stopping for a moment to speculate that Cain's revelation may have roots in a current political opponent? Indeed a rhetorical question!  Hannity and Coulter's mission was accomplished via their 'yellow journalism':  opportunity to dabble in racial rhetoric and  'lie' to their base.
"The Right is portraying the ongoing issue as a plot for, the Left."
It didn't even take 48 hours for  the Cain campaign to comment about the source of the leaked information. Maybe, they indicate, "it came from the Perry camp".  That said, the Cain camp comments have placed Right-wing pundits in that familiar spotlight of vile demagogues and instruments for  feeding  non-factual information to their base.

HuffPosts POLITICS reports.....

The 'leak' source remains unconfirmed but it is truly comical that two days after Coulter and Hannity lowered themselves to Pig-pen  'yellow journalism', as GOP candidates are now pointing fingers at each other.

Do you think that Julian Assange had anything to do with Cain's revelations?  Yeah, that was not serious!

And, I actually read an article of 'doom' today about how the Obama Team is facing losing the 2012 election.  An ex-governor from Massachusetts, William Weld, stated that he would vote for a few of the GOP candidates if Romney was not the top candidate.  That ex-governor reminds me of another famous  GOP ex- governor.
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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Mr. Cain...Are you serious?




Do you think running for President is a joke?


Do you think the views you are spouting on TV are just humorous little tidbits to make some folks laugh? Do you honestly think that your "joking" will keep you relevant in the polls or get you the GOTP nomination? Get you elected?

Mr. Cain, either you have been eating way too much of your mediocre pizza or you have been doing too much Koch Bros. Probably both.

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Monday, October 17, 2011

Cain Declares Himself a Koch Man



The Koch Brothers are noted moneyed supporters of Right-Wing causes and organizations.

Mother Jones...

The Kochs also bankrolled the fledgling tea party by making massive investments in right-wing political advocacy groups such as Americans for Prosperity, as detailed by Jane Mayer in The New Yorker last year. More generally, the brothers have dedicated a portion of their vast wealth—and that of their benefactors—to influencing elections across the nationand swaying public opinion on everything from health care and fracking to labor policy and government spending.

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