Watching all the nonsensical babble going on between Obamney and Rombama, one can’t help but to fantasize about what Newt Gingrich, notwithstanding all his flaws, could have done to the Marxmeister in the White House had he been the Republican nominee. If Newt could have somehow avoided another egomania seizure, he undoubtedly would have eviscerated the boy wonder from Kenya.
I rarely listen to either Obama or Romney anymore, having long ago added both to my Mute-Button List — a list that includes such intellectual giants as Alan Colmes, Juan Williams, Kirsten Powers, Frank Luntz, Bernie Goldberg, and, of course, that what’s-her-name body-language goofus that O’Reilly has on from time to time.
Nevertheless, though it’s painful even to read about Obamney and Rombama, I do try to keep up with their latest yawners on the Internet. And in this lesser-of-two-evils election, it appears that Obama is not only getting away with his childish class-warfare gibberish, his surrogates are also doing quite well convincing people that the most important issue in this presidential election is not the ever-worsening Obamapression, but how much money MittMan has stashed away and in what countries.
If former Miss Crocodile U.S.A., Debbie Wasserman Schultz, has her way, the feds will soon be all over the Cayman Islands and Bermuda in a search and seizure mode for Mitty’s money. Maybe they’ll even give her a bounty bonus so she can afford to have her hair done.
As we roll toward the debate season, it will be interesting to see if Romney continues to act like a guy who’s wearing pink panty hose under his trousers or if he can somehow muster the courage to say, in response to the childlike diversions about his wealth:
- “How much money I’ve made over the years is irrelevant. I’m here to talk about a Saul Alinsky radical who came into office with the intent of destroying the U.S. economy — and is succeeding in doing just that.”
- “Where I have my money stashed away is irrelevant. I’m here to talk about a Saul Alinsky radical who came into office with the intent of destroying the U.S. economy — and is succeeding in doing just that.”
- “How many workers Bain Capital laid off over the years in an effort to turn companies around (and, as an unintended consequence, create jobs) is irrelevant. I’m here to talk about a Saul Alinsky radical who came into office with the intent of destroying the U.S. economy — and is succeeding in doing just that.”
- “What I do to legally keep my tax bill as low as possible is irrelevant. I’m here to talk about a Saul Alinsky radical who came into office with the intent of destroying the U.S. economy — and is succeeding in doing just that.”
And so on. You get the idea.
Of course, Romney will never say any of these things, because, after all, they might actually excite the conservative base he so desperately needs but is terrified of being linked to. Instead, he’ll continue to play tippy toe with Son of Saul and hope that the upcoming Democratic voter fraud isn’t enough to defeat him.
What a great presidential race befitting a once-great country. Good thing Americans have a choice — especially the choice of casting a write-in vote for Ron Paul. Oops … gotta run now. That body-language gal just came on the screen, and the remote is on the other side of the room.
You have permission to reprint this article so long as you place the following wording at the end of the article:
Copyright © 2018 Robert Ringer
ROBERT RINGER is a New York Times #1 bestselling author and host of the highly acclaimed Liberty Education Interview Series, which features interviews with top political, economic, and social leaders. He has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business, The Tonight Show, Today, The Dennis Miller Show, Good Morning America, The Lars Larson Show, ABC Nightline, and The Charlie Rose Show, and has been the subject of feature articles in such major publications as Time, People, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron's, and The New York Times.
To sign up for his one-of-a-kind, pro-liberty e-letter, A Voice of Sanity, Click Here.
Comment Policy: We encourage an open discussion with a wide range of viewpoints. Make your case passionately, but please keep your comments civil and to the point (maximum of 1500 characters). Obscene, profane, abusive, or off-topic comments will be deleted. Repeat offenders will be blocked.
If your comment does not appear, it is likely because it violates the above policy or contains links or language typical of spam. We reserve the right to remove comments at our discretion. Thanks for your participation.