Hermain Cain has undoubtedly been the most entertaining candidate in the 2012 GOP Primary Race. From his weird and creepy campaign ads to his inspiring Ode To Pizza, his rise as GOP “Frontrunner” hasn’t ceased to amaze for one second. But as the never-ending scramble by the GOP Establishment and the Mainstream Media to find a suitable Non-Ron Paul candidate to take on Mitt Romney continues, I predict that in the coming weeks we will see a fall from grace
Recently MSNBC personality Ed Schultz had a segment called “Psycho Talk” where he bashed Dr. Ron Paul, labeling him “psycho” at the mere suggestion of eliminating certain unconstitutional government departments such as the Department of Agriculture and Department of Education. I’ve noticed that people tend to resort to “attack” words like “crazy” and “psycho” when they are not confident in making an intellectual argument on their own. Therefore, they start off with that smear word right away, so before anyone
When you ask someone what they think of when they hear the term “Tea Party”, you’re likely to invoke a variety of responses, largely based on the perceptions of the person answering. Ask a Democrat and you might here terms like “extreme” or “racist”. Ask a Republican and you’re more likely to hear talk of repealing Obamacare, ending bailouts and battling socialism. That’s the thing about labels in the political spectrum: they are designed to oversimplify complex issues, and they
Supposedly Albert Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. I have no idea whether or not this is true, but he does have cool hair so maybe he’s worth listening to. Regardless after the emotional and psychological trauma this lowly blogger has subjected himself to by live (ish) blogging the last two debates, I’d it’s safe to say my brain is about to enter some uncharted territory. From this point onward
I don’t really know what to make of this, but I do know that THE WORLD NEEDS TO SEE IT.
People tend to think that I’m “really into” politics. And I suppose it’s a reasonable assumption to make as I’m always going on about this thing or that thing that the government does. But really it’s politics that I loathe. Politics, i.e. the art of lying and scheming one’s way to power in order to exert said power over the citizens you are proclaiming to represent (author’s note: definition made up by me), is the problem if you ask me.