Monday, November 28, 2011

Liz Cheney: The Republican Primary Is Coming Down to Newt or Romney (video)

 Liz Cheney is a very smart woman and she may well be correct. If the choice is between Romney and Gingrich, I am a Gingrich man. I wouldn't count Rick Perry completely out yet. He still has a lot of campaign cash and proven track record., but he has to be considered a long shot.


Anonymous said...

I dunno, I could be wrong, but I do believe Perry is out. I am not real thrilled with any of them really, but Newty seems to be the most sensible choice for now.

Interested Bystander said...

Hey All,

I know this is off topic, but I’m wondering why the media hasn’t reported on this:

Of course the media is all about tearing people down, but when it is discovered that they are wrong, they probably put a disclaimer on the crawler on the bottom of the screen.

The article linked is from a receptionist who worked for Hermain Cain for a decade while he was COO of Godfathers, just prior to Cain taking the position at the NRA.

Is anyone else wondering why Allred hasn’t had another press conference since the doctor came forward to say that Sharon was upset upon returning from DC (ya think maybe because she never met with Cain?). Why hasn’t Allred produced receipts of the “upgrade” Sharon claims happened? She said they were waiting to see what Cain’s response was to the doctor coming forward.

So while Cain was at Godfathers for a decade, NOT ONE allegation of misconduct was reported, and during this time he also served on the Federal Reserve Board with NO reports of misconduct, but while he was at the NRA for about 3 years he turned in to a leg grabbing, height comparing, head pushing down monster.

What a bunch of crap. Since Cain lawyered up, not a peep from those making these unsubstantiated allegations.

I predict Cain will surge in the polls again.

Interested Bystander said...

Hey All,

But don't get me wrong, I'm a RON PAUL guy all the way, and if he runs as a third party candidate, I will probably vote for him.

The only way I would consider voting GOP would be if they nominated Cain, who I believe has a REAL plan to change course.

I don't know if Paul's, or Cain's plan would work or not, but one thing I can state FOR CERTAIN is that what we have NOW sure isn't working.

I think Newt would be good as VP, to tap in to his knowledge, and where he is in a position where he couldn't do a whole bunch of harm, unless the President died while in office.