Surprise, surprise, surprise, Tot. Got a copy and paste for ya. Fits with your blog.
BTW Tot. I am gonna give you a freebie here: Which beach did you land on June 6 1944? And or, what part of Korea were you in when the million Chinese came over that hill?
You didn't happen to be one of them National Guard members that killed them four students at Kent State in '71 were you?
@Sebe. Please comfort me as to the source of the forthcoming stampede? Or is this just a wait and see thing?
The source will reveal much.
Okay - here it comes:
*The stampede starts here, where nearly 60% of Americans polled being disappointed with The Obama Presidency with 37% being VERY DISAPPOINTED:
*Then it continues here where more than half of Americans polled believing that Mr. Obama - and by extension THESE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - are no longer respected overseas:
*Then add to this all of the people who WOULD NOT VOTE FOR OBAMA AGAIN IF THEY KNEW THEN WHAT THEY KNOW NOW:
So whether it's a broad cross-section of Americans-at-large, or millennials, or Hispanics, or white men and women, or even the UNINSURED - it looks like a STAMPEDE TO ME.
Well Sebe BHO ain't running again is he? I am sure that the GOP will do everything from calling Hillary an Accessory to a Sexual Predator, Old and Burnt Out, Mean and Intimidating, an Obama copy-cat, a feminist, an anti-feminist, a femi-nazi, and probably at the very least lay claim that she was born in the United States but she was born with testicals.
A wise man once said "we got a ways to go before the elections and anything could happen." Also: "The truth will gradually drip-drip-drip out..."
Call me when yall get your candidate. Try to pick someone who is a spokesman for a plurality of your party and wears a toupee made out of male pubic hair.
"Well Sebe BHO ain't running again is he?"
No, and one of my main points was that EVEN DEMOCRATS ARE GLAD FOR IT. You asked for the "stampede" and I gave it to you. There's even more evidence this morning:
So as far as the "stampede" goes, huge numbers are beating feet AWAY from the Democrats and President Obama. It will show up in November AND in 2016 if the trends continue.
The only way the Dems can salvage the situation is to change their stripes, and I don't see that happening.
Well if and when that happens...please feel free to come here and rub my nose in it. I can take it.
Who's yalls front runner for POTUS...I forgot... early onset Dementia)
My bet, he\she will be either a Democrat or a Republican. I don't think there is a Centrist-Right Party out there.!?
"Well if and when that happens...please feel free to come here and rub my nose in it. I can take it."
Jimmy - I made a simple statement consisting of four words. You asked for clarification. Specifically: all I said was "let the stampede begin" and you asked for the "source" of that stampede. I provided you with The Full Monty, but I did not intend to "rub your nose" in anything.
"Who's yalls front runner for POTUS...."
I really don't know. One article I saw said that if Hillary and Jeb run, they "clear the field" in their respective parties. The preliminary polling on that match-up had HRC up by double-digits at least.
The GOP is still fumbling around to find the platform - and the person - that they can rally around. Much the same as the way things were for the Democrats in the 70s and while Reagan/Bush the Elder were President. This is a normal operation of politics, and has occurred throughout American history. The party that is out of power always "wanders in the political wilderness" until they "find themselves" and retake power. Then it all starts over again with the other side doing the wandering.
Part of the reason is that the political makeup and desires of the American people are so fluid. We have a relatively short attention span and are a fickle bunch. My sense is that one thing the Democrats are facing RIGHT NOW is a spreading feeling through the non-Kool Aid drinkers on both sides that "it's time for a change." That feeling - coupled with tough economic times and the way things are going in foreign relations - are going to further inspire a "throw the bums out" mentality in the electorate.
All politics are local, but the big news is made at the national level. Right now, things are looking up nationally for the GOP, and the trend is downward for the Democrats. But that's only for now in 2014. My opinion is that the Republicans have yet to get their act together for 2016, and the big race then still in the Democrats' hands - it's theirs to lose.