And Mr. Huntsman, the sole reasonable man in the hunt for power, is now endorsing the other Mormon. He once thought Mr. Romney a man of questionable principles. Now, evidently, Mr. Romney has recovered all his principles and is the man of the hour.
And lest we forget that delusional sociopath, the Newt, he imagines himself the eventual winner, regardless of the will of the voters. He never actually wins anything, but he takes great pride in his ability to sting his other republican opponents with his drivelocity. One reader of a column in Salon, or The Beast comments that the Newt was America’s Churchill and oh how we needed him. Newt may not be Churchill, but he brings to mind an old Churchillian comment about America—“America will always manage to do the right thing, after having exhausted all other possibilities.” That may be an excellent description of the Newt. The main question is, could the world survive the Newt, as he tries all other possibilities?? Talk about Risky Business.
And what can one say about Ron Paul—he’s so . . . consistent . . .ly wrong.
And just think . . . we have another ten months of this stuff . . .