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Nobody's Opinion

Do You REALLY Want to Know My Nobody Opinion on Who Should Be the Republican Nominee?

 

Nobody’s Opinion

What else did I have to do last weekend? With snow drifts, and sub-zero wind chills, and more than a dash of curiosity, I turned on CSpan, and listened to the conservatives at CPAC.

I SHOULD have gone to the local pub.

Here’s the nobody compliant right up front: IF this were a true republic, and IF this was the real vetting of the man who the Republican Party will pick to run against Hillary, than Rand Paul would become the candidate in 2016. But it’s not. Reality is, and everybody knows it, we don’t live in that America anymore. It’s all smoke and mirrors and pretend.2016 candidates

What is even more noticeable about the whole thing, is the people that the MEDIA choose to leave out of the CPAC results. Rand Paul won…but it reported as ..oh, that didn’t matter much. These people really have no power to elect the REAL candidate.

Rand Paul’s win was mentioned, and then it was off to the talking points at hand on all the shows: Everybody talked about Jeb Bush and Scott Walker.

At the end of it all, you will laugh again, as you did last year when I stated my opinion…I STILL think that Donald Trump would be a the man for this time. And guess what? He is so hated by ALL the media, they are just leaving him off the lists. Just so that you won’t think I’m out of my ever loving wacko mind, I compare them all below, and my reasons why I think like I do.

My picks are based on —IF they could win against Hillary — Because if you don’t win, nothing else matters does it?

Starting from the bottom of the list and going up:


John Bolton: John is at the bottom for me, and I don’t believe he is a serious candidate. Against Hillary, he would come off as Bush’s big brother. Women would pick Hillary. He would not get the minority vote, Hispanic vote, or the black vote.   He probably wouldn’t even get many white votes. He would get George W. Bush’s vote. But…who else? He’s may know the U.N. and foreign policy, but what does he know about anything else? He is a politician, nice guy, but as far as any of us know, still works for the Bushes.Hillary for President

Rick Santorum: One up from the bottom–now picture him next to Hillary. The young considered him old-fashion. Too strict. Rick lacks something very important in an American Presidential run, and that’s charisma. To beat the uncharismatic Hillary, you need it, because by default, it will go to Hillary. And Rick just doesn’t have it. But, you have to give him credit, he keeps trying.

Ben Carson: Okay, I did miss his speech, but would conservative America vote for another black man after all the race cards that Obama has played as President? To blacks, after the brain-washing of Obama, he would seem as a sell-out. It’s unfair to the man, but his timing is off. Besides that, he speaks slowly. Nothing against the man, because he is brilliant and brave, and god SHOULD have given the position as first black President to him, but didn’t happen.

Jeb Bush: Yes, he’s three up from the bottom with me. Actually, I think he should be below Ben Carson, but we are comparing the odds against Hillary.

Everyone was saying how BRAVE Jeb was to even show up…but I thought he had the attitude of “You people are really pissing me off, and should just shut up and not judge me, damn it.” He comes off to me, as even more entitled than his brother George. Jeb Bush will continue the globalist same old politics that got us into this Washington global mess, and he would do nothing for the country. Besides–he would NOT do well against Hillary in a debate. He comes off as the old republican white man entitled snob. I never thought that about him, until I heard him speak at CPAC. He thinks he would get the Hispanic vote, but that’s not a given. He knows a lot of conservatives (this one included) will stay home if he runs, so he’s already written us all off. Jeb Bush would probably lose to Hillary.

Chris Christie: Who doesn’t like his personality? He has a better chance than Jeb Bush against Hillary, but he is to most conservatives, a liberal in all other ways. He believes in global taxation, and to my mind, too willing to bend over backwards for just about any powerful man. None of us can forgive the way he treated Obama after the Hurricane. Once in office, he might become just as insufferable as Obama. Not to be trusted at all.Ted Cruz and Rand Paul

Scott Walker: Surprised that I put the second winner of the CPAC so low? Scott to his credit, did a lot for his home state. And the FOX news (which is now Bush’s station) has endorsed him to my mind to be Jeb’s VP. But when it comes to dealing with the world? Hillary would cream him on foreign policy in a debate. Not because she has done a thing for America, but because just by sheer damn luck, she was married to Bill Clinton and knows everyone on the planet. He would lose. It would be close, but the Clintons would defeat him.

Marco Rubio: Marco…he came out as being a tea party favorite, then switched to working with the Rinos’ and now says he made a mistake on immigration, but in reality, he is on the same page as Jeb Bush. Almost borderline RINO. Jeb might pick him for VP, but even with Rubio, most of the conservatives will stay home. IF he was on stage with Hillary, Hillary would make him look like just a young upstart college boy. Not a good image.

Rick Perry: Surprised that I put Rick Perry above Marco? I do this because Rick has upped his game. In a debate against Hillary, IF he could keep up the “I’m from Texas and I’m NOT fooling around” con, then Hillary would have to up her game. She would attack him on women’s issues which would be his weak point I think. Hillary, I hate to say it, might win by just a few votes. She would make him out to be a hick. He might win the popular vote, but she would win the electoral. Still, he would do better than Jeb.

Carly Fiorina: Against Hillary, Carly would win, and that’s why if she gets too popular, Jeb might HAVE to pick her as VP, although I don’t think he will. That’s how sure Jeb is of getting the nomination. Sad. I like her so far. Would she make a good President?

Can we do any worse?

Ted Cruz: As far as loving America and wanting to save it, Ted Cruz is the REAL deal. You don’t see this much in Washington—but the press would destroy him, like they did Sarah Palin. Sometimes the most honest men and women, become the first ones they ostracized. Would he win on stage in a debate with Hillary. Yes. Would the public vote for him? If his dad went on stage with him at every stop…it’s very possible.

Rand Paul : If we lived in a perfect would, Rand would be a great President. His ideas are right. Constitutional, tough, and he would make a fine President. BUT…in debates against Hillary Clinton, he would have to get the woman’s vote, and I’m not sure if the majority of young women would vote for Rand. He is trying to get the black vote right now. But in the real world, Rand and his Dad have been the lone sharks in the pool. Let’s face it: corporations have such a big hold over Washington DC that Rand would need an army of Constitutionalist to effect change. Half the Congress along with the President should go to jail, and that’s not going to happen.

But…the BIGGEST thing Rand has going against him is our state run media. BOTH FOX and CNN are already treating him as just a goof. They will continue, and now that the state will oversee the internet, you will see hoards of articles bashing him. They control it all. Can Rand stand up to it all? Not sure.

Bobby Jindal: Yes, He’s my second to the first: Bobby, to me, said all the things that should be said. And he hit them one after another, like golden bullets. He’s smart, calm, and MOST of all, a great speaker. He, more than any one at CPAC gave the best speech. The way he moved, his presence, and because he’s “colored” Hillary would have a hard time putting him into the old white boys club. He’s THE American. Born here, Loves it. And we believe it. But, the media is once again, treating him as…just a guy. He’s not special. Look away.Jindal

And for my wacko pick for man most likely to beat Hillary Clinton in 2016 IS:

Drum roll……………….

Donald Trump: Sure, he’s got a big mouth. Sure, he’s rough. Sure—he’s not a politician. He probably cheats, always comes out richer than the next guy, and may have done some scams in his lifetime in business…But it’s a fact: Americans are SICK TO DEATH of politicians.

What have they done for us lately?

Sure he’s a rich man. And who runs Washington D.C? Who runs the world? Rich men. Who knows how to negotiate with tyrants, rich men, and other countries?

Donald Trump.

America is dying. Donald is right, we have lost our manufacturing base. Every city has blocks and blocks of old buildings decaying …where once there was a thriving economy. The globalist, which were the Bushes, and the entrenched career politicians, are to blame for this. Along with the big money corporations, they decided to help the big banks and the big moneyed CEOs to expand to the world, and America would become…just a ‘service” economy.

Hey, it put the money in their stocks portfolios, but America was sacrificed.

Donald Trump, would at least TRY to reverse that.  So what if he sometimes is blunt? We have a President now who chews gum in front of the Queen and insults our allies.

Trump wouldn’t do that precisely because he does business in all those countries. He’d only be hurting himself. Besides, his ego alone would make him try be the best President we ever had.

He’s a birther you say? Please. So am I. So is Sheriff Joe. He’s in good company.Donald

Which by the way, is why I like him. Imagine, we have a man who hid everything from us while running for the White House, and the fact that they call anyone a nut job for even questioning that shows you just how corrupt the whole Washington cesspool really is.

If Donald picked a great conservative to run with him, Hillary would be gone.

Know why?

I personally know about 5 democratic women who would vote for him. YOUNG people would vote for him. He would take the woman’s vote away from her, and that’s all she is going to have.

We need action, and we are NOT going to get if from any politicians, After Reagan all we have gotten is talk.

That’s my Nobody’s Opinion and I’m sticking to it.

In the words of Bobby Jindal:

“It’s not just a fight with Democrats, but with some Republicans, as well,” said Jindal, a likely 2016 presidential candidate. “When we say, ‘We want to repeal Obamacare,’ we mean every single word…What was the point of getting these majorities if we weren’t even going to try to fight for these principles?”

Exactly.

March 1, 2015 Posted by | politics, Uncategorized | | 3 Comments

   

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