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Nobody Notes–Last Debate and Ann Coulter

Nobody’s Notes–

On the final Republican Debate in Arizona.

It wasn’t the debate tonight that surprised me..nothing new was exposed under the sun. Ron Paul was as he said he is: consistently constitutional. Rick Santorum fell from grace by trying to act like all the previous bad votes he did in Congress were not his fault—and he has a point…It’s just the way Washington forces you to work. He really got some big boos when he said he was a team player.

Most people know the “system” is corrupt.  

Newt Gingrich had no great moments, but if he ran on getting our own energy here at home and telling the rest of the world to go fly a kite like he said—He’d probably win.

Mitt Romney did well, said all the right things—no doubt it will be announced that he won. But, at the very end of the debate we saw his dark side.  John King asked him a question, and Mitt was pontificating his usual politician BS style, and King called him to answer the question, and Mitt snapped back  with that “How dare you question me.” attitude. Newt can pull it off. Mitt looked arrogant.

We have the supreme arrogant in the White House now, we don’t want another.

At the end of the debate there really was no clear winner..everyone had a few good points, but it was after the debate that I was surprised at Ann Coulter’s piece on why all us ‘morons” don’t get it. Mitt Romney is the best candidate according to her. She really has no clue.

I’d like to help her out to WHY Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Sarah Palin, and many others are scared of Mitt.

Here’s a few of her comments, and my…”help.”  

Ann Says: Romney became deeply pro -life as governor of the aforementioned liberal state and vetoed an embryonic stem cell bill. (Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich lobbied President George W. Bush to allow embryonic  stem cell research)

Nobody Says: We have all seen the video Ann, of Mitt being FOR pro-choice…he was a pretty big boy when he took that stance, and now he has changed. (flip-flop) Also– So what if he was elected in a liberal state? That means that  a lot of liberals thought he was pretty moderate. And George Bush’s embryonic stem cell research was on only the embryo’s that had already been frozen. Bush was adamant that no more be harvested.  At the time, Nancy Reagan was pushing really hard for it. Remember Ann?

Ann Says:  The chestnut about Mitt Romney being pushed on unsuspecting conservatives by “the Establishment” is the exact opposite of the truth. The Establishment, by any sensible definition, is virulently opposed to Romney.

Nobody Says: Ann Coulter thinks the “establishment” is Rush Limbaugh and FOX news. To the American people “the establishment” is the old Rockefeller Republican big government part of the party that we are tired of. That big Rockefeller government was endorsed and lead by the Bush family, who endorses Mitt. It’s as simple as that., Ann. George W. Bush turned into a big government Rockefeller Republican and his family support Mitt Romney. THEY are the establishment, not the conservative TV and Radio hosts.

Ann  Says: But instead of popping Champagne corks over our final triumph over Rockefeller Republicanism, some conservatives are still fighting old wars, rather like an old cold warrior prattling about the Soviet Union after the rest of us have moved onto the war on terrorism.

Nobody Says:  When was the final triumph over Ann? Was it over when Daddy Bush said, “There WILL be a New World Order? Was it over when his son signed the North American Treaty? Or when he expanded government spending? When he came out and said, “Well the bankers got a little too greedy” and started the bailouts of the bank, with just a “Okay, no big deal here.” and changed the whole world?

Tell me Ann, when did that big government Rockefeller part of the party stop?  Hasn’t the whole Bush family been trying to get Jeb as President?

Ann Says: The obsession with sticking it to the Establishment (which includes Christine O’Donnell, but excludes Bill Kristol) by voting for a loose cannon demagogue or a crusading Catholic who can’t seem to move the conversation past contraception is as pie-in-the-sky delusional as anything dished by Democrats carrying on about “green jobs.”

Nobody Says: Ron Paul is not a loose cannon. If he is a loose cannon then so is our Constitution. You are a Constitutional lawyer, are you not?  And whether you liked his answer tonight on attacking Iran, (Ron is against it)he is right on one thing. Another war would sink us economically like Russia. We have 45 bases around the area..war should be avoided at all cost.

Still, most conservatives think Iran is another Hitler waiting to happen.

And Ann…Rick Santorum did not start all the contraception talk, it was Obama who set that whole thing up. That conversation is being fueled by liberals, not Santorum. (Wow…Ann Coulter, the women who wrote the bible on liberal dirty tactics ignores her own books. Amazing.)

Ann  Says: Meanwhile, Romney cheerfully campaigns on, the biggest outsider and most conservative candidate we’ve run for president since Reagan, while being denounced by the Establishment as “too Establishment.”

Nobody Says: He may not be from Washington, but he is the son of a Senator. Many believe that the big corporations and money have taken over most of our politicians. (Wow, that’s pretty much a fact.) Obama will paint Mitt as the big rich Wall Street guy and he will lose. Mitt will get mad in a debate, like he did tonight. It would be a VERY close race….and they would give it to Obama to prevent race riots.

I can’t say tonight as I walked around the block and looked at the stars that I felt inspired at all by any of it. In a debate, Newt would be the best debater against Obama. That’s just my Nobody’s Opinion. I think Sarah Palin and Thomas Sowell agree.

The main trouble is: Americans are really tired of their politicians…It’s about time they start attacking Obama with every breathe they take, at this point..that’s all we want to hear.  

February 23, 2012 Posted by | Ann Coulter | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Who Won the Debate? Ask THIS Nobody.

Nobody Flashes

Searching around Alex Jones website today, I found this nobody, (meaning he is the common man who sees right through all this stuff) who was so angry he videotape an CNBC poll monitoring on the internet to show who the American people thought won the debate last night.

Ron Paul was beating everyone else so badly that the ‘good’ people at CNBC took the poll down. And the reason they gave was this:

We had a poll up from our Republican Presidential Debate asking readers who they thought won. One candidate was leading by such a margin that it became obvious the polling wasn’t so much a reading of our audience, but of the Internet prowess of this particular candidate’s political organization. We have therefore taken the poll down. Yes, we’ve gone through this exercise before.

In other words, Ron Paul vast network of little campaign worker bees called in and fraudulently affected the poll. If that HAD been the case, and like this guy, I don’t think it was, than Obama tactic of using the internet to win the election…would have been considered fraudulent too.  This guy is great! I wish I had a “nobody’s” award for the day, because he would win it.
Enjoy!

November 10, 2011 Posted by | corruption, Uncategorized | , , , | 5 Comments

Nobody Knows Who Won the Debate: Nobody

Nobody Knows

While watching last night’s Republican Debate in Las Vegas I tried to picture in my mind, which one of the candidates would be able to stand head to head against Obama in a debate because not one of them sticks out as someone we were all hoping for: therefore if you can’t have the one you want, look for the one you need.

Nobody divides the candidates into two categories: Candidates who will carry on big bank and big business interests, and everybody else;

BIG BUSINESS:

Mitt Romney: Son of an X-Governor of Michigan, Mitt spent the night trying to convince everyone he would repeal the child of Romneycare– Obamacare. So..what’s to keep him from coming up with an even more draconian health care plan once he’s President?  Anyone who would store the family dog on top of a car for a vacation because the dog messed in the car…you can’t trust. Underneath that practiced smile is…a mean streak. Sure…he knows how to fix jobs, with government help. He’s Obama II in a nice smiley happy face.

WARNING WILL ROGERS: Mitt is a Lawyer from Harvard, the cesspool from which most of our troubles are hatched.

Mitt would be so boring against Obama most conservatives would stay home. Obama would win.

Rick Perry: He’s so much like Bush it’s creepy, but Rick evidently can fly a fighter jet solo, something I’m not sure George W. could do.  He’d keep us in wars, pump up the Latinos, and is VERY good for big business…as he keeps bragging about all those big companies (like e-bay) coming into Texas. Little business? Good luck, another globalist.

Obama would pulverized  him in a debate. Like George W., he fumbles when he talks, although, he’s getting better, but he only has a year.

Herman Cain; None of us are sure about 999…and the other candidates professed it would hurt the little guy.  I haven’t read enough on it yet…BUT..on every other subject, he is hitting home runs: Immigration: strong, Foreign policy…certainly not any worse.. They didn’t talk about China, but we all love how he feels about Sharia law.  HIs Mitt was “Wall Street” and I am for “main street” was a good sound bite.

His weakness is his connection to the Federal Reserve. To libertarians,  and some conservatives who know that the Federal Reserve has been a major player in all that has happened to us…Herman Cain will side with the Reserve. And so, you have to wonder…where did this guy come from? Is he a Trojen horse?

Herman Cain would make potato salad out of Obama, in a debate, although he needs to prepare.

EVERYBODY ELSE

Ron Paul: Nobody can  help myself: When I watch Ron Paul I think of Jimmy Steward in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. He is right in everything he says, about the Feds, our overblown government, immigrants, but his solutions sound almost crazy. Half the population works for the government. You cut those jobs, and you sink the Titanic. It’s not his fault that America became so weighted down with greed and government waste, but you have to have jobs for those you cut. He needs to tell us what PRIVATE sector jobs he can find for them, and not just shift the ones who get cut to another government job. What does that solve? . He’d have to reverse the new global patent laws that were just passed. Ron is right about us protecting the world…we need to stop.

Ron Paul debating Obama  would be like Attila the Hun smashing Bambi. He would make Obama look stupid, but Obama would use that and make Ron look MEAN, and crazy. It’s what a good politician would do, and Ron Paul would lose it.  That’s his drawback. His honesty. Hate to say it, but in today’s politicians, nice guys lose, and Obama would get nasty. Just look what Obama did to Donald Trump, a much more savvy guy..

Rick Santorum: For a closing argument, he did the best 30 seconds of them all. He’s a likeable guy in every way, made good points, but  he wouldn’t get any minorities, because he is conservative to the core. He need to get into the Senate.

Rick VS Obama: Obama would make him look…sadly, old fashioned. He would play upon his star power. Matt Damon would be making fun of him on MTV. Sarandon would make him the anti-Christ.

Newt Gingrich: The old college professor always steals the platform with wit and grace, and his knowledge of history. But he has sided with the democrats on global warming and cap and trade, and is never to be trusted. He is running to help the party, the party of no change.

Newt VS Obama: Not sure…he could debate him, but he reminds me of Ted Kennedy. He is part of the Washington corruption that probably won’t leave until he dies. He would lose, maybe not the debates, but the election.

Michelle Bachmann: Once again…says the right things, but she has no presence. It’s not her fault. In this media driven world, you MUST have presence. I just found out that she owns a subsidized farm.  When she pleaded for the AMERICAN woman who is suffering,….and then she did the politically correct: “English will remain the language of the government”  she lost me.

WHAT? So, the rest of the people can babble in whatever language they want just so the politicians can understand each other?

Michelle would do the worst against Obama. Not because of her ideas, but because..I hate to say it…she needs to look formidable. And she doesn’t. Palin didn’t. The only woman I can think of who can stand up to the big boys in debate is Michelle Maulkin, and she’s not running.

So who won the debate? Nobody thinks only Herman Cain could win against Obama.  He’d get enough of the black vote and the independents to push him off his pedestal, but I’m not sure he won the debate.

So far, the big global lobbyists are pushing  Romney.

Nobody predicted last year that Romney would be the nomination, because the big multinational companies and banks run the world now.

Will this happen? In that case we will have another damned if you do and damned if you don’t election.

If Herman is the Mitt alternative, at least he will tell us all jokes while we pay more taxes on our bread.

If Mitt runs: Nobody Wins.

(Thanks to Tom Beebe…and that’s me..watching the debate.)

October 19, 2011 Posted by | Elections | , | 2 Comments

The Great American Idol Presidential Google Contest!

Nobody Wins- 

 

 

–by watching the Presidential debates..it’s all carefully staged to get the American people thinking that THEY are picking the Republican candidate.

They had the debates: Romney won: They have a audience to give their opinion: Romney won…and then Romney comes on right away to talk to Fox’s Sean Hannity.

Gee…let’s not do him any big favors.

But the more important revelation is that— The America Idol Presidential Candidate Google Contest has finally come into its rightful place in American elections. Yes America– YOU will pick out the winner with YOUR votes! And WE will know just how to make who WE want to win, say just the right thing to get it!

Fox and Google…working together to bring you the new  “democracy”  of online voting. The citizens sent in their video questions and they said that YOU picked the questions. (LOL)  Why..you could even give your thoughts online while you were watching

Lucky you citizen! You really do have a voice, comrade!

Okay comrades..remember something— Richard Nixon lost to Kennedy because he sweated on TV like a new gay recruit in a hot steam bath at shower time at Camp Pendleton.  Ronald Reagan won the debates because he would laugh and say..”There you go again!”  to Jimmy Carter. Mitt didn’t steal that line, but he had his own and he said it at every chance he could get to Rick Perry.

Image can make or break you. All the candidates look good, but– they did not get center stage and that makes all the difference.

Mitt and Perry were put front and center, just like the last debate. It’s powerful. Psychologically it makes everyone think they are the two front runners…whether they are or not. If this nobody was filming the debate I would have put a different candidate in the front every single debate. That’s fair. That’s balanced.

But, that’s not what is going to happen.

The ideal is to get YOU the voter to feel like you are involved with it. When in fact: ah…not so much. The winner is going to be the guy who spends the most money, and who will continue on with the world globalization projects for the big money elites. But we need to make you feel good.

Google is keeping track of every single thing you do…and America, it knows exactly how you think, and therefore knows exactly how to program and manipulate your thoughts. And they made it all seem such a sweet thing tonight when they showed you their cool graphics!

Now…to the candidates–

MITT ROMNEY: Getting better at being slick. Big brownie point was attacking Perry on giving illegal’s college tuition which he knows the American people hate.

“You are a United States citizen from any one of the other 49 states, you have to pay $100,000 or more,” he said. “That doesn’t make sense to me. That kind of magnet draws people into this country to get that education, to get the $100,000 break.”

Rick Perry: Looking and even sounding like George W. Bush. Slow, hard to speak. And I had to cringe when he mentioned he mandated the vaccine because some poor lady had the cancer and spoke to him. Please. Stop using those old and tried “pity” stories. If it’s not some kid dying of cancer, it’s the lady who lost her house because she broke her leg walking to the welfare office.  Lame. So, he did lose to Mitt, which is going to be hard on Rush Limbaugh.

Ron Paul: It was as if he wasn’t even there. The questions they gave him, kept him off his strong points.

Newt Gingrich: I don’t care if Bill Clinton sends him half a dozen toe-sucking Hooter girls, the guy might know history, but he’s been too much a part of it.

Michele Bachmann:  Looked very pretty in red, but she should have worn black. Like the others, did not get very good questions. Michele is a fighter, and honest person it seems, but they won’t let her near the office. Here’s what it really looked like tonight:  the Boys Club won’t let her play. The Boys Club of two, that is.

Jon Huntsman: Well Jon, you had a tax plan..but…what is it again?

Herman Cain: Now, he had me going. Loved his answers. The 9.9.9. plan. And also the point which I have been making, He had stage four cancer and would now be dead if he had gotten it during Obamacare. If Herman had been in the middle of the set, he would have won. BUT…he lost me when he picked Newt Gingrich for his Vice President because Newt had a lot of knowledge?  It almost felt as if he was thinking of something Newt could give him. Like a deal was working out on the stage.

Rick Santorum: The Prom King was more impressive tonight. It was like he was at a high school debate. It’s sad that we are used to scumbag liars and creepy politicians: in the 1950’s this guy would be winning.

Gary Johnston: Gary, was asked to be the comic relief for the night. He was smart enough to get someone to write a great joke, because nobody knew who he was, or what in the world he was doing there. He wants to balance the budget. He’s on page…one.

 “My next-door neighbor’s two dogs have created more shovel-ready jobs than this current administration,” he said to large laughter.

The joke came perfectly timed, at the end of the “show” and so I’m sure they didn’t plan that…ya think?

In the end Perry lost the two man debate, because he said this:

 “But if you say that we should not educate children who have come into our state for no other reason than they’ve been brought here by no fault of their own, I don’t think you have a heart,” he said. “We need to be educating these children, because they will become a drag on our society.”

Nobody says: “BECOME a drag on our society? Become? …Uh..They already are.  

 

September 23, 2011 Posted by | Elections, politics, Presidents | , , | 4 Comments

   

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