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Friday, 06 January 2012 08:46

You can't make this stuff up!

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Rick Santorum
Santorum has surged to the top tier in Iowa on his ultra-conservative views, like saying "I don't want to make black peoples lives better...", which played well with Iowa caucus voters. Santorum's second place win shows how much Republican voters despise Romney, and is nothing more than a protest vote by social and religious conservatives who still cannot abide a vote for a Mormon.

Michelle Bachmann
Bachmann has done the country a favor by dropping out, but look for her to try and parlay her kooky take on American politics into a Vice-Presidential offer by Romney, once he is given the nomination by the GOP establishment. He may very well consider it to try and garner support from the insane clown posse wing of the Republican party.

Newt Gingrich
After finishing a distant fourth in Iowa, Gingrich has finally thrown off the "nice guy persona" and reverted back to the bare-knuckle (dirty) politics he brought to Washington in the 1994 Republican takeover. After blowing a commanding lead in the polls, Gingrich has floated the idea of a Santorum/Gingrich ticket as an alternative to the Romney establishment choice. It would be hilarious to see those 2 egos battle over the headliner spot.

Ron Paul
Ron Paul has recently had to defend himself from accusations of racism and homophobia, which he has denied. Although he claims to not be a racist, he did criticize the Civil Rights Act of 1964, saying that it would "undermine the concept of liberty" and "destroyed the principle of private property and private choices." He was also the ONLY member of the House of Representatives who voted AGAINST a resolution "recognizing and honoring the 40th anniversary of congressional passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964." So according to Paul, he would not be a racist President, but wouldn't mind if racists violated the Civil Rights Act because that is "liberty and a private choice".

Rick Perry
After spending almost $4.5 million in Iowa which resulted in a fifth place finish and only 2 delegates, Perry can only be thinking; OOPS! He is currently back in Texas, which may be the best place for him to stay.

Jon Huntsman
Who?

Mitt Romney
By a measly 8 votes, the GOP establishment has declared Romney as the "winner" of the Iowa caucus. Romney has consistently hovered in the mid 20s in most national polls. Its hard to believe that with the election less than 10 months away, 75% of Republican voters can't stand the GOP establishment choice for their candidate.

The madness doesn't stop with Presidential candidates.

New Hampshire GOP
State "lawmakers" have jumped on the "birther" bandwagon by wanting to investigate whether Obama is eligible to be President. So much for that long form that the right demanded to see.....and got.

Who has something to hide?
Speaking of long-form birth certificates, Matt Romney quipped that "when Obama releases his grades and birth certificate" his father (Mitt Romney) would release his tax returns. Romney should be more afraid of what his returns would show than what Obama's grades are.

The voice of God
In a news flash from God, Pat Robertson says he now knows who will win the 2012 Presidential election. God must have had Robertson sign a non-disclosure agreement, because he refuses to spill the beans on who the eventual winner will be.

So that explains it!
For those who may wonder about why the GOP is such a joke, Fox News has the answer (conspiracy). According to the news "professionals" at Fox, the disaster otherwise known as the GOP, is the fault of a "liberal-leaning press" and one internet blog! Who knew it would be that easy to make the GOP look like fools.

Fernando Rendon

Labor Line

I would like to introduce a blog dealing with labor issues and how those issues affect all Americans in their daily lives. Labor Line will address the many factors that shape the labor movement including politically, socially and economically. I hope that this gives non-union members a better understanding of what those of us in the labor movement believe in, which includes respect and dignity on the job, a safe work environment and a living wage. The Labor Line blog will deal with labor issues and how those issues affect all Americans in their daily lives. Labor Line will address the many factors that shape the labor movement including politically, socially and economically. I hope that this gives non-union members a better understanding of what those of us in the labor movement believe in, which includes respect and dignity on the job, a safe work environment and a living wage.

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