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That’s the plan?

In the mornings on the drive in, I listen to the local affiliate of the vast right wing conspiracy for traffic, news and weather. Had to run some errands yesterday afternoon and my radio was on that station so I caught about five minutes of Rush Limbaugh. Limbaugh was basically telling his audience to get ready for a tasty, tasty turd sandwich. He said something like he knew Trump and Huckabee and Romney all kinda sucked. But, you should hold your nose and forget your principles, and vote for them anyway because Obama is, apparently, slightly worse. No thanks.

Romney is so full of suck and fail I can’t begin to describe the suck and the fail.

Huckabee thinks we should be indoctrinated at gun point.

And Trump is a joke. Who supports the Kelo decision 100%. Of course he does, he’s the type of rich developer to benefit from it.

This is your plan? Really?

Like I sad, work on it.

40 Responses to “That’s the plan?”

  1. Thirdpower Says:

    The Stupid Party will put up the worst candidates possible and we’ll be stuck w/ the Lightbringer for another 4 years.

  2. wizardpc Says:

    Yep. And even if we get a good candidate (no one comes to mind immediately) then Trump will go all Ross Perot on us.

  3. bwm Says:

    I think I’d actually prefer Obama over any of them.

    Also, [obligatory Ron Paul comment].

  4. Canthros Says:

    Tim Pawlenty is not very exciting, but compared to the clown brigade everybody keeps talking about, he seems fantastic.

    At this point, I’m kinda hoping the world ends before it becomes an issue. :/

  5. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Deval Patrick is VERY similar to Barack Obama in just about every way. Life in Massachusetts has been BETTER since Romney left and Patrick took his place, not because Patrick is at all better, just Patrick is too stupid to accomplish any of his socialist goals…Romney managed to get a bunch of them done.

    More here

    If its down to Romney vs. Obama, I vote Obama….I like Huckabee less than Romney, so you do the math.

    Trump probably would be about as stinky as McCain vs. Obama

  6. emdfl Says:

    I’m an optimus. The way things are going I think the who of the next election is the LEAST of our problems.

  7. emdfl Says:

    As best illustrated by mis-spelling the word optimist…

  8. bwm Says:

    Im an optimus

    I’d vote for you

  9. Newman Says:

    First, listening to Rush for a few minutes IS taking him out of context. He is an entertainer. He isn’t the head of the Republican and won’t be running for office so he can say whatever he wants. The fact that some people listen for a minute or two and then are turned off by his comments is silly. It’s like reading the only the death statistics from the Civil War and deciding the cost out weighed the benefit. He says a lot for shock value. Does he believe what he says? Yes, he has more principles that all of congress and the white house combined.

    Second, Rush said that he would vote for any other candidate than Obama. Obama IS far worse for this country than even the idiot Huckabee who doen’t stand a chance in the race. All total if you add up all the socialist things Obama want to accomplish and has even the most liberal of Republican candidates isn’t standing in the same deep pit in hell when God has had enough of man mucking around. There isn’t a comparison between a Trump (probably not going to run)and Obama. Obama really wants a Marxist socialized society. Someone like Trump just want to make money, well lots and lots of money.

    Third, This will be a crazy effed up exciting race to see who the uninformed, idiot public picks for President. Obama’s hope and change got him elected once now we’ll see if he can buy an other 4 years with the leftover bailout money.

  10. MHinGA Says:

    Friendly fire is devastating and also demoralizing, which is what makes the Republican party’s leaders Post-Reagan so reprehensible. In point of fact, the party blue bloods regarded Reagan as an interloper, so I guess we need to recognize that NEITHER party favors individual liberty and responsibility; and neither party is interested in actually shrinking government. When we see individuals emerge who would really change the equation, BOTH parties move to either marginalize or destroy that individual. The republican leadership doesn’t want another Reagan any more than the democrats do.

    So what we get are smiling hucksters who clothe their brand of totalitarianism in moral platitudes (does nobody see that the Huckabees and Becks are simply the obverse side of the Obama/Pelosi coin?), bombastic mouths with money and little else other than a desire to feed their ego and wallet, and white bread retreads.

    Our country is long past needing a revolution that will never come. It does indeed end not with a bang, but a whimper.

  11. Bubblehead Les Says:

    It’s a year before I can vote in the Republitard Primary in Ohio. I remember one of the early debates from the last go-round, There was a dozen guys on the Platform. 6 months later, it was Palin and the old Vet. All this worrying about who’s going to run is too soon. Just like a Dead Fish, someone will rise to the surface for the Republitards. But I will say that this will be one of the Dirtiest Election Cycles in U.S. History. Why? Because no Commie EVER gave up Power willing, and if the Anointed One feels he’s being backed into a corner….

  12. aeronathan Says:

    Hate to say it but “Anybody but Obama”

    Two of the guys that voted with us on Heller and McDonald will be 80+ in short order, which gives them a 1:5 chance at dying before the end of the next presidential term.

    Who do you want picking their replacements?

  13. BlueWaters Says:

    There is a chance that republicans could hold 60 seats in the senate in 2012 or 2014 just based on the number of dem seats that are up for grabs. And that could mean good things for us gun nuts. So yeah, i will vote for Romney, as much as it pains me to say it, or Huckabee, or Jeb Bush.

    Ron Paul!

  14. BlueWaters Says:

    I am also “revenge voting” this year. I want my liberal friends to see Obama go down in flames, so next time they pick a Richardson over an Obama, especially after the RNC nominates a quasi democrat to run on their ticket as the ultimate in compromise.

  15. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    Telling his audience or lamenting to his audience?


  16. skipsul Says:

    Wore out my noseplugs while voting for McCain. Romney is bad on all issues except maybe budget. Huckabee may be good on 2nd amendment, but he’d otherwise be Bush III. Christie is ambivalent at best on 2nd amendment. Mitch Daniels I think could be good, not so sure on Pawlenty. Dammit, I’m depressed and it’s too early to hit the bottle today.

    Also, “anybody but Obama” could potentially mean getting a Stalin instead of a Hitler. I know I know, that’s a terrible exaggeration here, but the point is, be careful what you wish for.

  17. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    BTW, a true Wookie, Gary Johnson, aka “Gov. Veto”, just announced that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination for U.S. President. I mean this guy not only owns his own Wookie Suit but has a Wookie swim suit, Wookie mountain gear and a Wookie helmet for handgliding.

    And, yet again, the Libertarianish blogs are as silent as a Ron Paul voter after a dozen bong hits.

    Why don’t Wookies support Wookies? It is almost as if sitting on the couch in mom’s basement and bitching is more fun to them.

  18. Rivrdog Says:

    Rush is a smart guy. He DOES kick socialist butt with half his brain tied behind his back.

    That said, ++ to Newman, because he’s nailed it: Rush says stuff for it’s entertainment value, and in no way could be considered a politician.

    The important election in 2012 isn’t for President, it’s for Congress. We HAVE to maintain or improve the majority in the House, and we HAVE to gain a majority in the Senate. If we do THOSE things, it makes not one WHIT of difference who chairs the gummint. Obama would move at least as far to the right as Romney or McCain if he had to run a government with a GOP Congress, so, lacking a PRINCIPLED, CONSTITUTIONAL conservative to run for the office, it simply doesn’t matter who sits in the White House.

  19. cargosquid Says:

    What?! Not ONE Palin comment?

    I have to put one in. Talking about GOP candidates and no Palin? That’s just wrong.

    Palin get hit from the Democrats, GOP, and some Tea Party members as “unfit” for candidacy.

    What more proof do you need that she’s the “man” for the job? 🙂

  20. Chuck Says:

    Chill, Unc.

    First, way too early to be making decisions.

    Second, Trump may serve a purpose. I very seriously doubt he’ll make the final cut, and in the meantime he can be a thorn in Obama’s side.

    Third, I’ll agree anyone but Obama is the answer. I’d prefer another Reagan, but I don’t see that guy on the horizon. I’ll also agree that Huckabee or Romney aren’t what we need, but they will be more manageable than Obama. And, if Kennedy and Scalia retire/die, do you want Obama picking their replacements or someone – anyone – with an “R” next to their name?

    Fourth, the real battleground is the House and Senate; enough conservatives (note that I did not say “Republicans”) and we can ram legislation down Obama’s throat with veto overrides. Work those local and state campaigns, that’s where the successes will be.

    Fifth, I doubt anyone reading this blog has enough money to buy all the ammo and freeze dried food necessary to get through the revolution that will occur by 2014 if Obama is re-elected and the Dems retain control of at least one house of Congress. There won’t be any other way to get back to the Constitution except gunfire in the streets, and that won’t be pleasant by any definition for either side.

  21. TennGoodBoy Says:

    What Newman said. Plus, we dont get to vote for our ideal choice candidate. We get to vote for this one, or for that one. So, lesser of two evils, I guess. Also, I think it is so cute when someone feels they have to explain how they “happened” to catch something Rush said. Kids these days…

  22. Aaron Spuler Says:

    Herman Cain.

    I’d like to see him in office.

  23. Sebastian Says:

    I have a feeling this is going to be another “Fuck it! McCain!” election year, only substitute McCain with whatever lackluster sorry candidate GOP voters settle on because he’s the least awful of a sorry ass pool of candidates.

  24. Sebastian Says:

    I’m thinking Tim Pawlenty is looking better every day.

  25. Tirno Says:

    Shootin’ Buddy: That Gary Johnson looks interesting. Most everything I’d have wanted from Ron Paul without the howling at the full moon.

    Tell me truly: is his wookie pelt as luxurious as the web site makes it out to be?

  26. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    “Tell me truly: is his wookie pelt as luxurious as the web site makes it out to be?”

    Listen! Do you hear it?

    You know Johnson is the real McWookie by the complete silence of the Wookie bloggers. If they back a real Wookie then they have to put their Chuck E. Cheese tokens where their fingers are.

    Organizing, raising money, and walking neighborhoods in sandals and black socks is work, which is oppression by The Man. Sitting in mom’s basement complaining that the Republicans have not brought you a unicorn with glitter on it is much more fun.

  27. SayUncle Says:

    You must not read very many wookiees.

  28. skipsul Says:

    There’s an old saying about the primaries and the parties:

    The Democrats must fall in love with their candidate.

    The Republicans must fall in line.

    That’s how we got Ford, Dole, W, and McCain. Reagan broke out of that mold, and Bush-the-Elder did too in ’88, even though he went on to be a pretty weak president after.

    But it’s too early to call yet, though by the time the primaries get to my state our votes no longer matter. Have to look into this Wookie thing though.

  29. dustydog Says:

    Trump is in the tank for Obama. He is a fake conservative. He as a registered Democrat until last year – switched to Republican, and now ‘independent’. His goal is to fragment the conservative movement. It’s a smart tactic, because the only way conservatives could possibly win would be to splinter the Tea Party from the Republican Party and run a non-scumbag on the Tea Party ticket.

    Right now, the GOP is raising money to pay off the debt from the last cycle. If donors switch now to the the future, they could let the GOP go bankrupt and be $12 million ahead.

  30. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    “You must not read very many wookiees.”

    That’s Reason, not a blog. That’s typed by people with Cheetoe-free fingers.

    Since when is the official Bowcaster Waver of Record a blog?

  31. SayUncle Says:

    Thats Reason, not a blog.

    Uhm, you know that Hit & Run is their, you know, blog?

  32. armed_partisan Says:

    Herman Cain, or Sarah Palin, or at least a Fair Tax candidate, otherwise I will stay home. I don’t want any of this shit on my hands.

  33. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    “Uhm, you know that Hit & Run is their, you know, blog?”

    Uhm, lots of mags have blogs, does not make them bloggers.

    Blogger=facial hair+basement+Star Trek knowledge+sandals+Cheetoe-stained fingers+Wookieism

  34. SayUncle Says:

    Uhm, lots of mags have blogs, does not make them bloggers.

    LOL. Whatevs.

  35. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    *chirp, chirp*

    Ahhh, the crickets, the familiar loving embrace of the silence of the Wookies.

  36. Ted N(not the Nuge) Says:


  37. Linoge Says:

    If the Republicans actually field any of those three candidates, I will gleefully “throw away” my vote and punch the ticket of a third party individual.

    That kind of idiocy is not to be tolerated, no matter what label they staple on after their names.

  38. Bert Says:


    just out of curiosity, what is the record for comment count in one day ?

  39. SayUncle Says:

    Think about 250.

  40. ASM826 Says:

    I don’t think much of any of them, but Romney gets a “Hell no!”. The Stupid Party needs to understand. Run Romney and lose. The least I would do is not vote, I might vote against him. Just two things I’ll mention to keep it short.
    1. Romneycare.
    2. Romney’s stand on the 2nd Amendment.

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