Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

Live Free and Master the Art of BS

Nobody’s Notes

—That I missed the first part of the last Republican Presidential debate, but what I did see of it, gave me the impression that at this point, it really doesn’t matter much who is winning. (That’s me watching the debate. I put my best hat on.)

Rick Santorum won in Iowa, after the fact, even though it was reported that Mitt Romney won..but by that time, nobody even cared. All they cared about was that Rick got a $2 million dollar boost.Rick Santorum was right in the last debate about the family being decimated, and therefore effecting our whole country. Absolutely right, which was pointed out to be a ‘scary’ thing to say. Go figure. He also stated that Iran was a Theocracy that wants to destroy the West. As a naked fact: that’s true. How he deals with that fact is another matter.

Mitt Romney did not make any sense when he was answering the attack by Newt Gingrich that his barrage of negative ads against Newt were filled with lies. Mitt said, “I didn’t see them.” then went on to address all the issues in the ads. So, if he didn’t see them, how did he know what they said? Then he blamed the people that MADE the ads. Not many people believe that Mitt Romney did not see those ads first, and if you do, then it’s not going to matter…unless you vote. You might want to do something else that day…I suggest, you go fishing.  

Newt’s problem is his little cherub face. It’s a hard face to trust. Thomas Sowell has come out with his support, and that’s saying something. Also, Michael Reagan likes him the best— two people Nobody admires.

Quick thinking is Newt’s strong point, and he is the best reason to watch the debates. That, and Ron Paul’s funny faces. I watched Newt at a town hall meeting where he actually answered or (NOT) the questions from the people. He is much better at ad-libbing and LOOKING like he is answering the question, even when he is not.

I don’t know what politicians call this little stunt, but they all do it: Let’s see how nebulous we can answer that without seeming snobby. They usually start off at the point, and lead it to another subject that they want to talk about and the question doesn’t get answered. It’s the old two-step, side-slip,then smile really big that every politican must master in order to succeed.

Mitt is not good at this, so like Obama, he is already not even allowing question and answer periods.

Obama handpicks his questions now. He looks down at his little piece of paper and says..”Uh…so and so.” And that reporter stands up and asks his question.

Very controlled. I simply don’t know why any of them show up. He could read their questions off a laptop. Mitt as President will do exactly the same.

Jon Huntsman’s strategy is to just say, “The American  people want: Fill in the blank…HIM. Short. Sweet. Look in the camera. The audience loved it, which frankly, was pretty scary in itself.

What exactly is in their drinking water? And speaking of drinking…how about those NBC commentators? A bit too..passionate there, don’t cha think?

Ron Paul should have been the winner, because he said the word ‘liberty’ about 2,000 times, and if you are in the state whose motto is “Live free or die.” which by the way, Jon Huntsman obviously did not know, you are bound to get some brownie points.
And I wrote this whole blog before I realized I left out Rick Perry. I had to come back and fill this in. Rick is the invisible candidate that Steve Forbes is betting all his money on. Hopefully, his money holds out.
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Nobody Thinks New Hampshire is Stephen King’s country. It is filled with scary liberals who know how to change a tire, and yet are highly educated at all the right schools—schools who have forgotten to teach them that in order to live free, you must pick the right leaders, who are NOT liberals. If you don’t, you are very likely to die sooner.

The “live free or die” motto would be better changed to: “Live well, or blame God, or George Bush.”  

And on that note: How about a word from our sponcer: THE ONION. Here’s a great summary from the elections of 2008, that fits into 2012.

It’s timeless.  Enjoy!

January 8, 2012 - Posted by | political races, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Actually (blush) it is ‘sponsor’, but that’s what you get with a dictionary written by someone from Oxfart, New Hapshire. I stick to the old and trusty Oxford, where Inspector Morse used to hunt down such linguistic crimes before his heart lost the fight.

    This bizzo of ‘debates’ seems to have spread like a disease, but there are small pockets of resistance. In Oz we have an ‘Opposition’ Leader par excellence who refuses to debate with the Great Gloriana Julia in the knowledge that whatever emanates from her bogan mouth is pure bullshit. He just puts on his Speedos to emphasise his testicular fortitude and rides his bike off to some disaster, or farm, or factory, or sugar plantation, and lends a hand. “See what I do, not what I say” he implies.

    Pretty persuasive.

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    • Ahhhhhh, once again I am rescued! Thanks to Oxford. I like your Mr. action. Send him over.

      Joyanna Adams

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  2. Okay, so the onion is not my sponsor. I figured I’d try my hand at Bullshit.

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