Sunday, December 18, 2011

GOP Sunday -- no rest for the wicked

Rick Perry said that he might come in as low as fourth place in the Iowa caucuses next month, but said that won’t stop him from competing in other states. The new campaign consultants are earning their money. He can now count to four.

You just have to love a guy who will name his boots. Rick Perry named his Freedom and Liberty. That inspired the Cabin Coffee Company in Clear Lake to develop the “Freedom & Liberty Blend,” made of 100 percent Arabica Beans and described as being “Rich & smooth, medium bodied, sparkling acidity, with Smokey undertones.” -- ABC blog.

About Newt Gingrich plan to get rid of activist judges, courts: “Overall, he’s racing towards a cliff,” said Bert Brandenburg, executive director of the nonpartisan Justice at Stake campaign, which advocates for an independent judiciary. “It may be expedient to appeal to specific voters in primaries or caucuses, but it’s a constitutional disaster. Americans want courts that can uphold their rights and not be accountable to politicians.”

An ex-staffer of Gingrich has this to say about Newt: "We have a filing cabinet full of Newt's idea. Inside is a slim folder of ideas that are actually any good."

"The Manchester Union Leader, which is a reliably conservative newspaper, endorsed me," Gingrich told Bob Schieffer on "Face the Nation." "The Des Moines Register, which is a solidly liberal newspaper did not endorse me." He said those endorsements indicate who the "real conservative" in the race is.

2 comments:

The South Plainsman said...

Newt's comments about the judiciary sounded a lot like FDR. LOL

paula said...

How do you explain this, Mitt?
http://nyti.ms/uNxcH2

The vision of a turkey vulture hovering over a hunk of meat, is purely coincidental.

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