Thursday, September 29, 2011

Yeah Baby!!

I posted a few months back that either Herman Cain or Michele Bachmann would carry the torch. Michele will probably have to hang it up and that sucks. I really like her. But Herman Cain. MY MAN!! Gettin' it Done!!!

Mr. Cain has no political experience, which is a good thing. However, he needs help navigating the cesspool that is Washington, DC. Personally, I'd have the entire city demolished and all bureaucrats arrested and tried for treason, but I'm not the one running for President. Anyway, I think Mr. Cain should hire Dick Morris for political strategy, possibly Chief of Staff. He should also consider asking a popular and well-respected politician to be his running mate, either a current Governor, Representative, or even Senator. Question: Who should be Mr. Cain's running mate? And, no, Spiderman is not a valid answer.

21 comments:

Bear said...

I have yet to get into my full-blown research on political candidates, but I have a lotta man-love for Chris Christie. I don't agree with all of his policies but he's not gonna beat around the bush or mince words with anyone. He'll tell ya exactly what's on his mind, which is a rarity in today's political scene.

Paul said...

I'm also a Christie fan but he's not running. Maybe 2016.

kerrcarto said...

Herman/Newt 2012

Paul said...

Intriguing, but Newt is too quick to compromise. Go back and listen to Rush Limbaugh's broadcast from yesterday.

Paul said...

No Newt. You fail. Next.

Anonymous said...

Cain/West or Cain/Bolton

Paul said...

Ambassador John Bolton! Holy shit! I would have never thought of that one. I like it! Cain/Bolton 2012 has a nice ring to it.

Paul said...

I like Congressman West as well but he's a freshman and so I don't think he has enough political experience for the ticket.

What do you all think about Cain/Paul? Too polarizing?

Paul said...

Cain/Rubio?

kerrcarto said...

I like Cain/Rubio! I was going to suggest that earlier.

CenTexTim said...

Paul is too easy of a target for the left. I'd put him in the administration somewhere, but not on the ticket.

Cain and Condoleezza Rice?

High profile 'light skinned and articulate' (thank you Joe Biden) woman with experience along with a positive image and good approval ratings. Plus it'd be fun to watch the left stumble all over themselves trying to figure out how to attack a black man and a black woman without seeming racist or sexist.

They might actually have to focus on policy differences...

Paul said...

Oooooh, Cain/Rice. I like that. Rice has the foreign policy experience to right this ship, too. She was also the only popular figure in the Bush Administration there at the end. Fantastic idea!

Not that this has anything to do with anything but Rice is still single. I'll bet she's hot in bed. She plays piano, too.

kerrcarto said...

Another plus is She loves football!

Anonymous said...

I would prefer Bolton as Sec of State. As for Cain's VP, hows about Sen Demint?

John said...

Paul Ryan gets my vote. I think he has the economic ideas that will go well with Cain's 9-9-9 plan.

Fukitol said...

Cain/Bolton.

Rubio? Nope. He tried pulling that in-state tuition bullshit in Florida like Perry stuck Texans with. WTF is so hard to understand about illegals being fucking illegal? If that's Perry's "the states solution because the Federal government isn't doing its job" then stay the fuck in Texas. Don't need that bullshit spread any further. Nor do we need Perry's Aga Khan Islamic curriculum spread any further either.

Christie? BWAAHAHAHAHAHA! He'll fold faster than Perry. Ya, he's a blowhard in a liberal shithole, but does anyone want to talk about his record on gun grabbing and HAMAS tied judicial appointment? Didn't think so. Christie has Juan McCain written all over him.

Anonymous said...

Rubio will be the VP pick no matter who gets the nod
MM

Anonymous said...

I used to love Christie, until I happened upon a NJ site and found I disagreed with most of his views.

http://conservativenewjersey.com/the-myth-of-christie-conservatism-intro

Barrie,

Friend of Leslie

Anonymous said...

@Paul I believe your Cain/Paul proposal would be rejected by RP. His supporters vote Dem when he loses the primary!

Barrie (I'm a friend of Leslie) But don't hold my views against her!

Anonymous said...

@John At the risk of pissing you all off, I love Paul Ryan for being the first guy ever to talk about reducing anything. However, his plan does nothing to the baseline budget and takes like 26 years to accomplish. I was supporting the Republican Study Committees plan which does it in 5 years.

Plus Paul Ryan hangs with Cantor who I detest, so maybe it's just me. :)

Barrie (Omnibabe supporter) But not sure what Miss Leslie's point of view.

Barrie

Paul said...

I didn't know Ron Paul voters defect to the Democrap party. That's fucked up.