Sunday, April 15, 2012

Politics in April


And the hits just keep on coming and they are all self inflicted.



Hilary Rosen ( CNN pundit) igniting a debate on the fricking wrong issue. It's not about women who have the choice to stay home. But about the families that never have that discussion about staying home, because they can't afford it. 



#*^* Media and Political hacks.



The eleven Secret Service agents, who decided heck we are far from home let's get drunk in public. And then hire a prostitute and decide not to pay her. I hate to tell you this guys, you are not in Kansas anymore. In parts of Cartagena, Colombia  prostitution is legal, and you actually broke the law by not paying her.



$%%* Ding dongs that travel outside of United States of America and think the local laws don't apply to you.



And last but not least David Axelrod the following is quote in it's entirety, from an interview he just gave to Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.



Wallace: And that is, David, if I may, I wanted to ask you in the final question I have in one paragraph, two three sentences, what's the choice in this election?



Axelrod: The choice in this election is between economy that produces a growing middle class and that gives people a chance to get ahead and their kids a chance to get ahead and an economy that continues down the road we are on, where fewer and fewer people do very well and everybody else is running faster and faster just to keep pace.



We need to take that first route that honors our fundamental economic values, the value that made this country great. And we need to do something to promote that kind of economy. We can't sit back and go back to the same failed policies that were so disastrous in the last decade



Now from news outlets and certain wannabe politicians/pundits, not calling any name but <cough> Christine O'Donnell. All they will do is run the first sound bite and not the whole thing. But to be fair  David Axelrod, is in for a serious hangover.



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http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/fox-news-sunday/2012/04/15/david-axelrod-and-ed-gillespie-talk-general-election-strategies?page=3

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