A nation turns its lonely eyes to … Newt?

Mitt Romney continues to pull the same 25 to 30 percent of the GOP base that he’s had all along. The remainder of his party, reluctant to settle for the man from Massachusetts, continues to look around for a champion who can rescue them from his clutches.

For the moment, that champion happens to be Herman Cain, but it’s impossible to believe that can last. Critical as I’ve been of them, I still have more faith in the GOP electorate than to believe they’re serious about making Cain their nominee. But having run through Bachmann and Perry, where else can they turn?

gingrich_campaign_finance_team_quits-457x307-1

'Say, um, are you free tonight?'

Well, there’s that portly gentleman with the gray hair over there, the one tugging on his ear and, frankly, trying to look disinterested. The name is Newt Gingrich, I believe.

Listening to Newt these days, it’s pretty clear that he thinks the race may finally be turning in his direction. He looks at Romney and sees a man with a “Nelson Rockefeller problem,” as Gingrich calls it, noting that “there is a natural ceiling” for such candidates in the Republican Party.

(Nelson Rockefeller, for those too young to know, was a moderate Republican and a successful governor of New York who in 1960, 1964 and 1968 lost the GOP nomination to more conservative opponents. Think of him as the original RINO.)

Gingrich also looks around at his fellow candidates and sees rank amateurs, all of whom have had their shot at being the anti-Mitt and have fallen short. Other than Romney, Gingrich is the only major player on the debate stage who actually knows public policy, and it shows.

“At some point I think it’s going to come down to Romney and me,” Gingrich said this week. “Once we get down to a two-person debate, then I’m reasonably confident I will win.”

The former speaker is also positioning himself as the sole grownup in the party, the only one with the self-control needed to be successful next summer and fall. Watching Romney and Rick Perry squabble at the last debate, Gingrich said, made him feel like “I was the recess monitor on the playground, watching these two kids.” He even talks in regretful tones about the decline of mutual respect in politics, noting that “policy dialogue, handled with civility, is exactly what politics should be.”

Of course, it’s impossible to hear pleas for civil dialogue from a man with Newt’s history without giggling a bit. And in his heart he really hasn’t changed much, as evidenced by his recent suggestion that U.S. Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Chris Dodd ought to be tossed into prison. Earlier this year, Gingrich also accused  House Republicans of trying to impose “radical … right-wing social engineering” and claimed that President Obama is governed by a “Kenyan, anti-colonialist” mindset. The hyena hasn’t changed his spots, and everyone knows it.

And that’s just the problem. Anybody else with Gingrich’s resume, knowledge and rhetorical skills would indeed be well positioned to become Romney’s main challenger at this point. But Gingrich isn’t just anybody else. He travels with more baggage than a 100-piece marching band.

'All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."

"You see, this is my life! It always will be! Nothing else! Just us, the cameras, and those wonderful people out there in the dark!... All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."

To today’s voters, he also comes across as a politician from another century, when men named Clinton and Reagan and Dole walked the corridors of Washington. And he doesn’t seem to get that. In fact, if Romney gives off echoes of Nelson Rockefeller, Gingrich has at least a touch of Norma Desmond about him. Like that once-famous actress in the classic “Sunset Boulevard,” he’s ready for his closeup and certain that he’s going to be just as big as he ever was.

– Jay Bookman

539 comments Add your comment

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
6:02 pm

Newt is OK but I’m hoping Perry rebounds to battle Cain — either one of those candidates is fine with me.

Romney is the lib ilk’s choice. Therefore he is unacceptable.

Redneck Convert (R--and proud of it)

October 26th, 2011
6:03 pm

Well, that does it! I’m hidin’ the missus! I like old Newt, but if he wins the White House that bed’s going to be used more than one in a Holiday Inn. And it’ll cost us a fortune to keep replacing springs. I bet Newt comes pretty close to 300 about now.

Oh, and I won’t be tuning in to anymore debates. I don’t need the missus to be getting any ideas.

Have a good night everybody.

Kamchak

October 26th, 2011
6:03 pm

He travels with more baggage than a 100-piece marching band.

Heh, heh, heh…..clever.

jm

October 26th, 2011
6:04 pm

Well Jay primed the pump for jokes on this one.

Meh. The super committee is going down the drain, and if so, our debt will, and the country, and the people. So sad.

Mr_B

October 26th, 2011
6:06 pm

A record! Ilk in one post! Pass the cookies!

getalife

October 26th, 2011
6:08 pm

As predicted.

They are running out of cons and don’t give Ron Paul a chance.

martin the calvinist

October 26th, 2011
6:08 pm

Newt is the most knowledgable candidate out there, but he is tragically flawed. I don’t want him to win the Republican nomination. I also don’t want Romney to win either, he’s a white Obama in my humble opinion.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

October 26th, 2011
6:10 pm

I am sure there is a mailclerk at the RNC that has good hair and can be put up on stage for a chance.

Paul

October 26th, 2011
6:10 pm

Gingrich doesn’t see what everyone except those around him sees. The same happened with Perry and his advisors. People may be interested in his ideas, but that’s a far cry from being willing to put him in the White House.

So Romney has a “Nelson Rockefeller problem?”

If Rockefeller were alive today, this is what he’d say to Newt:

http://tinyurl.com/4ya9xx7

getalife

October 26th, 2011
6:10 pm

“lib ilk”.

Harry Con ilk.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:11 pm

Just what we need, a pompous, half-illiterate, self-serving, pompous, hypocritical, hysterical, Republican Carpetbagging, snake-oil salesman…L-rd, G-d, what have we done to deserve this?

Kamchak

October 26th, 2011
6:11 pm

Sinkwich’s picture is on the ilk carton

Mr_B

October 26th, 2011
6:12 pm

The self-destructive impulses of the true believers on the Republican right are truly unbelievable. Obama would be vulernable to almost any breathing Republican, except for the guys who are actually running; and Sarah Palin, who is most definitely damaged goods in the eyes of the independent electorate.

Mr_B

October 26th, 2011
6:13 pm

Hey: jonix! Quick question: which one of the Repubs were you refering to? The description’s kinda general.

Aquagirl

October 26th, 2011
6:15 pm

Ilk in one post! Pass the cookies!

Will you settle for ilk chow?

getalife

October 26th, 2011
6:15 pm

The fact of the matter is we are out of leaders after Clinton and Obama are gone.

Joe Biden?

Newt Gingrich?

See?

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
6:16 pm

Every lib ilk on this blog, I’m willing to say, thinks Romney is the most “acceptable” republican candidate.

Why is that?

Because he’s McCain with better hair.

Romney is a RINO and the lib ilk knows it.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:17 pm

Mr B…
Shalom

Newt, of course, but that summation could fit just about any of them from Uncle Sam’s Oldest Colony (and before any of y’all want to snit there, that’s Alan Tate’s summation…a liberal’s liberal, he :-) )

Jay

October 26th, 2011
6:17 pm

And Sink, that RINO ilk is going to be the nominee.

Also, Keep? I think they already found him:

http://bit.ly/uK9tTS

Kamchak

October 26th, 2011
6:18 pm

Someone throw witchy-poo an ilk bone.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:18 pm

Aquagirl…

What can you do with leftover ilk? :-)

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:21 pm

IMAM

If the GOP wants the chance of a prayer in h3ll of “taking back ‘their’ country” starting with 1600, he’ll be the nominee…and it galls the sh*t out of the lunatic fringe…

martin the calvinist

October 26th, 2011
6:22 pm

here’s why I won’t say “God bless the 99%.” These folks don’t have a clue! Watch the entire clip.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lv6um6wF2O8

Aquagirl

October 26th, 2011
6:23 pm

Romney is a RINO and the lib ilk knows it.

Well, that, and the fact he’s not bat$#!^ crazy.

Kamchak

October 26th, 2011
6:23 pm

What can you do with leftover ilk?

Ilk jerky, ilk sausage, ilk chili, ilk en cocotte, ilk au vin….

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
6:23 pm

“Mitt Romney clarified on a visit to Fairfax County, Va., that he does indeed support a restrictive Ohio labor law that he avoided commenting on this week. “I’m sorry if I created any confusion in that regard,” Romney said”

RINO.

martin the calvinist

October 26th, 2011
6:23 pm

md

October 26th, 2011
6:24 pm

I think he is right in regard to Romney. 75% of R’s are polling away from romney……that can’t be good news for him.

It is the base that for the most part elects the candidate……..while the moderates (and I’s) wait in the wings for the general.

Adam

October 26th, 2011
6:25 pm

At least Newt won’t SOUND crazy in his voice, even if he says crazy stuff. And people will actually BELIEVE him if he wins the nomination and then moves to the center.

TaxPayer

October 26th, 2011
6:26 pm

You Republicans cannot really be serious. Obama scored some serious points with his comments about voting the GOP candidates off the island and that is not a good thing, in case you Republicans have not figured that out yet. He was talking about Gilligan’s Island, dontcha know. :lol:

AmVet

October 26th, 2011
6:27 pm

And Newt like that otherwise very respected movie, is insufferable. (I’ve tried to watch it twice in the past year. (BTW, Jay, the title is Sunset Boulevard.)

But the best part is his ludicrous lamenting of the loss of civility in Washington.

It strikes me as akin to Adolph Hitler lamenting the loss of Jews in 1940s Germany…

Jay

October 26th, 2011
6:27 pm

I agree, md, but who’s the candidate who can reap that crop? I see none.

Adam

October 26th, 2011
6:28 pm

md: From upstairs: For Ms warren seems to imply that he is not………

This is what I mean by semantics as argument. She isn’t the same nefarious politician type that chooses words carefully and tried to make people believe that she means YOU pay taxes and this rich guy DOESN’T. In fact, ask anyone who heard her speech and agreed with it if they think she implied that.

Aquagirl

October 26th, 2011
6:29 pm

What can you do with leftover ilk?

It depends…are we talking about African or European ilk?

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:29 pm

K’chak

Ilk au vin? Sounds good…red or white? :-)

Aquagirl and Adam…

And that’s sad…

Mr_B

October 26th, 2011
6:29 pm

Take comfort, Sink. The GOP is far too self-destructive to actually nominate Mittens.

Welcome to the occupation (Trotsky)

October 26th, 2011
6:29 pm

This Gingrich charlatan is now participating in Bill Kristol’s pathetic attempt to smear Occupy Wall Street as antisemitic.

New will come to grief once again with these latest efforst. And when he does, all good people in the world will have a warm spot in their tummies.

Jay

October 26th, 2011
6:29 pm

Yikes! Thanks Amvet, fixed it!

Mr_B

October 26th, 2011
6:29 pm

Is African ilk anything like African swallows?

mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack the Liar Obama - BEND OVER, Here comes the CHANGE!

October 26th, 2011
6:30 pm

Why is it IMPOSSIBLE Cain can win?

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:30 pm

Aquagirl..

North American ilk?

Gordon

October 26th, 2011
6:30 pm

When you have a president that you think is as bad as most conservatives think Obama is, you can’t afford to take a chance on a risky candidate. The 1996 election was a good example. I didn’t particularly like Clinton, but I didn’t think it would be a disaster if he won (and it was far from it). So it would have been okay to get someone besides a “safe” candidate. But this year, Romney is the safe choice and has the best chance to beat Obama, so that’s who I hope wins. And I think there will be some on the left who hope the same thing whether they admit it or not. I can tell you there won’t be anyone on the right who secretly hopes Obama wins if Romney is the nominee. Well, except maybe Rush Limbaugh.

Adam

October 26th, 2011
6:31 pm

josef: Aquagirl and Adam…

And that’s sad…

Huh?

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
6:32 pm

“And Sink, that RINO ilk is going to be the nominee.”

If that happens, Jay, Hopey/Changey gets a second term and America is sooooooooooo screwed.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

October 26th, 2011
6:33 pm

Jay, if Marco Polo’s cuban exile lies are any indication, he’ll flame out faster than Perry. But you’re right, someone will try to put him up on that stage.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:33 pm

Trotsky

There’s more than a little anti Semitism in OWS just as there’s more than a little racism in the Tea Party…not the mainstream by a long shot, but it’s there and, just like the Tea Partiers, it has gained a forum and the mainstream of the movements are making excuses rather than dealing with it head on…imo

Adam

October 26th, 2011
6:34 pm

Sinkwich: I know it’s hard to swallow, but the fact that you were itching for ANYONE but Romney, and couldn’t get Christie into the fold, means that you have already lost. There is no strong Republican candidate. ESPECIALLY when it comes to foreign policy. Anyone think that the Republicans can do a better job at protecting us from terrorists right now? Hmm?

md

October 26th, 2011
6:34 pm

“I agree, md, but who’s the candidate who can reap that crop? I see none.”

I “see” a bunch of them……don’t care for too many, but they all have a shot at this point. That 75% is flitting around trying to pin-point a favorite, but none of them is jumping to Romney. That may change after the first couple of primaries…….folks do have a tendency to “jump on the bandwagon”. That is where I see Romney winning or losing…………

I suspect it may come down to 2 wonderful choices once again. (sarc)

Normal

October 26th, 2011
6:34 pm

Sister Sarah and I hunted African Ilk in the tundra one time…and she shot Newt in the …ask me no questions…, I’ll tell you no lies…

Paul

October 26th, 2011
6:34 pm

F. Sinkwich

“RINO.’

You may want to think about how it’s all fun and exciting for the Republican base to get all charged up and have rallies and wave flags and shout slogans and dream of a country with ever-wealthier billionaires, but when it’s time to pick a nominee it’s time to get serious with what the majority of the country will support.

Just think about all those polls that show about three quarters of the voters saying they’re conservative, but most Republican candidates lose or barely come close to Pres Obama.

Kamchak

October 26th, 2011
6:34 pm

josef

Red, naturellement.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:34 pm

ADAM
Y’all’s summations of Newt…true what you say, and that’s sad…

Gordon

October 26th, 2011
6:35 pm

mmmm@6:30,

Because he just can’t stop saying stupid things. Also, his 999 plan doesn’t raise enough revenue and raises taxes on the majority of Americans. You shouldn’t like it if you are a liberal and you shouldn’t like it if you are a conservative.

JohnnyReb

October 26th, 2011
6:35 pm

josef – thanks for the overly kind comments downstairs.

It appears if Newt is the nominee you may have as hard a time with it as will Jay.

Have to run. The wife/boss is home. If I’m a good boy, she cooks dinner.

Normal

October 26th, 2011
6:35 pm

“There’s more than a little anti Semitism in OWS just as there’s more than a little racism in the Tea Party…”

…and Gowd help you if you are a Black Jewish CEO! OY!

Soothsayer

October 26th, 2011
6:36 pm

Boy, Jay! Three threadie thingies in one day! Your annual review must be coming up!

md

October 26th, 2011
6:36 pm

Adam…..we’ll just have to disagree on that one…..personally, I think a Professor of Law would be very aware of her choice of words………..

Adam

October 26th, 2011
6:38 pm

josef: I seriously doubt the amount of anti-semitism in the legitimate OWS movement actually exists. You’ve got one or two people claiming they are part of the OWS movement, just by showing up and spouting anti-semitism. The people who are there and have been there from the beginning do NOT approve of this.

detritusUSA

October 26th, 2011
6:38 pm

Jay, Jay, Jay. Rockefeller a RINO? Come on! He Was the richest of rich republicans. RINO’s are republican wanna be’s. You know, they don’t have enough money to be spit on by real republicans, but they think that they are republicans and support policies that are economic suicide for their income level. RINO’s are just dupes! Real republicans are laughing their butts off all the way to the bank.

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
6:38 pm

” I can tell you there won’t be anyone on the right who secretly hopes Obama wins if Romney is the nominee.”

True, Gordon. But O’bozo will win if that’s the case. That’s why the lib ilk wants Romney to win the primaries.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:39 pm

Normal and K’chak

:-)

Soothsayer

October 26th, 2011
6:40 pm

BTW, Jay, saw your hardcopy post in today’s paper. (I usually never read the hardcopy version, but I was in a restaurant where a stray copy was lying around.) Looks even better in print.

Course Kathleen (or is it Katherine) Parker’s got you beat in the looks department!

Gordon

October 26th, 2011
6:41 pm

I disagree, Sink. How many conservatives do you think will vote for Obama if Romney is the nominee? All the ones that vote. But how many Independents will vote for Obama if Cain or Gingrich are the nominee? Lots of them. But at least half will vote for Romney over Obama.

Aquagirl

October 26th, 2011
6:41 pm

Huh?

Adam, I took the “that’s sad” as shorthand for “It is sad that finding Republican candidates that do not sound bat$#!^ crazy when they open their pie-hole is more difficult than bringing down a North American ilk with a plastic spoon.”

Keep Up the Good Fight!

October 26th, 2011
6:42 pm

I was recently in Washington and saw an Ilkasaurus (Liberalis Ilksusaurus at the Museum of Natural History. I believe they roamed the earth about the same time as Jesus. They were fierce fighters and often the entire pride hunted together, some distracting Conivinus Ignoramus and their masters, while others would take them down and rip out their necks.

Gordon

October 26th, 2011
6:42 pm

I should have said “none of the ones that vote” above. Sorry.

philosopher

October 26th, 2011
6:42 pm

Years and years of slimey Newt cannot be forgotten, no matter what he has to offer. And after the John Edwards debaucle and the Clinton “shocking” behavior in the White House, the Repubs better think really long and hard before they put Newtsky on the table…the entire party would be served up for cow fodder. While I am not a Republican and never will be, I simply cannot believe that in this entire country there is not a viable Republican candidate for presidency…what gives???

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:42 pm

ADAM

You will note I said they were far from the mainstream…but don’t delude yourself that it’s that “one or two.” The same as the overt and blatant racists with the Tea Party…but they ARE there…

Paul

October 26th, 2011
6:44 pm

Adam

“There is no strong Republican candidate. ESPECIALLY when it comes to foreign policy. Anyone think that the Republicans can do a better job at protecting us from terrorists right now? Hmm?”

Huntsman was on the All-Star Panel on Fox Evening News last night. Got more airtime than in all the debates put together. Anyhow, in the second clip down, about the 6-minute mark they get into foreign policy.

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/special-report/2011/10/26/jon-huntsman-race-long-haul

md

October 26th, 2011
6:44 pm

If the gop wants to win, their best hope is more than likely Romney…….the idea is to appeal to the swing voters, not necessarily the base. And maybe even pick up a few Blue Dogs.

AmVet

October 26th, 2011
6:45 pm

Is ilk the new pinko?

And RINO?

Jesus H. Krystallnacht.

That one went the way of the dodo when the dodo’s started using it to describe Chuck Hagel…

Swede Atlanta

October 26th, 2011
6:46 pm

Newt may appear to be the candidate of the week. It is clear that Republicans, at least those likely primary voters that have been polled, are not thrilled about any of the candidates.

If you recall Bachmann was up at one time, then came Perry, then Cain and now Gingrich.

The problem is, and this is true among both parties, primaries tend to bring out the most ideologically driven among the electorate. Many even long-time Republicans or Democrats don’t bother to attend a caucus or vote in a primary. They just go and pull the lever or mash the appropriate square on the computer screen.

Most of the current slate of Republican candidates hold, or at least publicly express, views that are largely outside the American mainstream. Their views may express the same frustration as many Americans but they fall outside.

So while it may take fairly “out there” ideas to win the nomination, winning the general election takes someone who is perceived as being fairly mainstream, especially among independent voters. They are usually the ones that determine an election.

So if the Republicans nominate someone with extreme views, especially on the economy, they will have a challenge in winning the general election. Many independents will ask themselves, I may not agree with Obama on a number of policy issues but do I really want to vote with someone that holds such extreme views? I suspect many of them, despite their doubts about Obama, will opt for him rather than the extremist.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:46 pm

Aquagirl…
Yeah! That’s a good translation! :-)

Gordon…
Yep.

good fight
@ 6:42….
Good one!

Paul

October 26th, 2011
6:47 pm

detritusUSA

Look at Reagan’s record. By the standards of today’s Republican base, he’s way past RINO.

getalife

October 26th, 2011
6:47 pm

I feel ilky after busting in the Halloween ilky way bars.

Moderate Line

October 26th, 2011
6:48 pm

Cain is to the Republicans what Obama was to the Democrats. Both appeal to the emotions of the extremes of both parties although Obama has lost much of that now that he has had to closer to the center. Cain has no experience political which has been devestating to Obama as president. Democrat president seem to have less control over their party than Republicans. Clinton did better with a Republican congress. Obama has had a tough time getting his own party to vote for his proposals.

I believe the longer the race remains more than two people the better for Romney. Romney is well position in terms of marketing for a multi-canidate race but if the election were norrowed to two canidates it would be tough unless the other canidate would be an obvious loser to Obama.

Kamchak

October 26th, 2011
6:49 pm

Ilk, it does a body good!

Mighty Righty

October 26th, 2011
6:50 pm

Compared to the community organizer kenyan socialist anyone else will do. The bar can’t be any lower.

AmVet

October 26th, 2011
6:51 pm

Willard will be the new Michael Dukakis.

All he needs to do is pose for a photo, atop a tank with a helmet three sizes too big…

Soothsayer

October 26th, 2011
6:51 pm

getalife

October 26th, 2011
6:51 pm

“Perry opposes Confederate Texas license plate proposal”

Lib ilk.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:52 pm

Well, if we can get him on the ballot, I’ve found my candidate…the Honey Badger Party!

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
6:53 pm

“How many conservatives do you think will vote for Obama if Romney is the nominee? All the ones that vote. ”

None, Gordon. My fear is that enough conservatives won’t be energized enough to get to the polls.

If it’s a closer election, say 3-4% in favor of Romney, Romney will get ACORNed leading to an O’bozo victory.

josef

October 26th, 2011
6:56 pm

PAUL

“Look at Reagan’s record. By the standards of today’s Republican base, he’s way past RINO.”

And that’s sad…

getalife

October 26th, 2011
6:58 pm

When you ask willard a question, start with what is your position today………..

Talk about a flip flop.

Paul

October 26th, 2011
6:58 pm

josef

Yeah.

And I could have added “Yet the Republican base idolizes Reagan. Which says what about the intellectual disconnects in the Party base?”

md

October 26th, 2011
6:58 pm

“None, Gordon. My fear is that enough conservatives won’t be energized enough to get to the polls.”

I don’t see that……not going to the polls is essentially casting a vote for Obama……and I don’t see the right being deferential to the cause at this point……

TaxPayer

October 26th, 2011
6:59 pm

I think you cons should nominate Pat Robertson since he seems to be the least extreme candidate you have at the moment.

Mick

October 26th, 2011
7:01 pm

Republicans are so desperate to get back the white house, I wonder why, they are the party that screwed us up royally the first decade of this century. Too many people have not forgotten their incompetence and lies. They have nothing to offer but protection for the wealthy class, who are vastly outnumbered…

Gordon

October 26th, 2011
7:01 pm

md @6:58,

Exactly. You can be energized to vote for someone or against someone. Unfortunately it will be the latter, but that will still get out the vote.

F. Sinkwich

October 26th, 2011
7:01 pm

Jay, please enable the getalife Bozo Filter for my handle.

Reading his posts has a negative affect on my cerebellum.

Thanks!

TruthBe

October 26th, 2011
7:03 pm

“Just what we need, a pompous, half-illiterate, self-serving, pompous, hypocritical, hysterical, Republican Carpetbagging, snake-oil salesman…L-rd, G-d, what have we done to deserve this?”
You elected that racist bigoted communist liar affirmative action idiot Obama, that’s how.

josef

October 26th, 2011
7:03 pm

“…nominate Pat Robertson since he seems to be the least extreme candidate you have at the moment.”

And that’s sad, too…

PAUL
It’s in the memo…never mind it makes no sense whatsoever, it’s the party line and is to be repeated at every turn…

josef

October 26th, 2011
7:05 pm

TruthBe
I trust that “you” there is the impersonal second person and not to be directly…I DIDN’T vote for Obama…

getalife

October 26th, 2011
7:05 pm

“Jay, please enable the getalife Bozo Filter for my handle.

Reading his posts has a negative affect on my cerebellum.”

I guess I will never be in your ilk but I am in your head.

Swede Atlanta

October 26th, 2011
7:06 pm

Soothsayer…Please advise Lizard Man that I have personally spoken with God (just like W and Perry’s wife) and she is not in a forgiving mood. He may want to be planning for a roast, toasty eternity.

Keep Up the Good Fight!

October 26th, 2011
7:06 pm

Did someone forget Kenyan? Hmmmm…… no soup for you!

Keep Up the Good Fight!

October 26th, 2011
7:07 pm

getalife…. there’s a lot of room for a ilk to roam those wide open spaces in that head!

Aquagirl

October 26th, 2011
7:09 pm

An ilk once bit my sister…..

Mick

October 26th, 2011
7:09 pm

C’mon wingers, secretly you love to hate obama. It gives you energy, passion and most importantly, a person where you can take all your ideological brainwashing and project those odd principles, then blame all the mistakes of the previous guy on obama as if he is only one at fault in your universe. It is your medicine…