Thursday, May 5

'how's that working out for you?'

Former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain introduced himself to the country tonight during the first 2012 Republican Presidential debate. His answers were memorable, notable and refreshing. He turned out to be the star of the evening.

That's a stark contrast to the reporting on the 2012 GOP field. Yes, they call it 'weak,' they acknowledge ghosts in the room, but they never report it accurately or fairly.

Case in point: former MN Gov. Tim Pawlenty clearly was the early star of the show tonight, the top tier candidate who drew the most fire, but somehow Politico reporter Ben Smith misreported the affair and said Pawlenty was 'in debate draw with the missing Mitt Romney.'

WTF? How's that for unfair? How do you debate with a missing person? Smith is an illegitimate voice, a hack. His opinion is moot.

In fact, the debate was a lively back-and-forth between Pawlenty, Cain and former PA Senator Rick Santorum.  Also on stage were certified nut ball Ron Paul and the irrelevant former NM Gov. Gary Johnson.

I loved what Cain said, as did most everybody else, who delivered the knock out line about having the least experience of the candidates.  Of those with Washington experience, Cain noted it was a good thing he was not a politician.  He then said, of elected politicians in DC, specifically Obama, "How's that working out for you?"

Pawlenty was solid, as was Santorum. I've always been a Santorum fan, although in this group I find him most likely to be a back bencher but perhaps an emblematic Veep choice.

But, the star of the night was clearly the anti-politician Cain, whose personality shined through in answer after answer. A debate between Cain and Obama would be quite a spectacle. Although, if biased journalists have their way, Obama will cruise to an unchallenged, undeserved re-election.

The pressure will be on big media to spoil whatever 'party' the Republicans throw together and the candidates we nominate to represent us in the general election.  But Conservative media and the GOP plan to make the 2012 election not only a referendum on Obama, the Democrats and their failed agenda, but on the MSM's failed vetting of Obama in 2008.


Blogger crallspace said...

Just keep kidding yourself. Your party is the biggest joke in the nation's history with Donald Trump and Batshit Palin as its representatives. Heck, if I spent all this time and energy believing the lies and trying to be a blogger mcPundit, I'd float myself along with denial and fake narratives as well.

10:04 AM  
Blogger Kent said...

I guess that's why we scored a historic victory in the midterm elections? Because the Republicans are 'the biggest joke in the nation's history'?

Amazing how clueless you are, Headcase.

Oh, and you used a big word, too. Narrative. Wow.

10:54 PM  

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