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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Campaign 2012 - Things I've Read On The Internet ...

This comes from a good friend and sums up what we have been seeing on the internet about the Republican Primary -- would bet the list will continue to grow as time goes by:

Campaign 2012 - Things I've Read On The Internet ...

by ThinkFirst Email

Campaign 2012 - Things I’ve Read On The Internet …

I can’t tell you with any certainty where and when I read all of the
following on the Internet, but here are some fascinating - and often
humorous - bits and pieces of commentary on the election that I have
saved so far …
“Cainwreck” (for his comments on Libya, Pakistan, and other foreign
policy issues) 
“Bachmann-Santorum Cannot Drive” (after a foreign policy debate) 
“Misfit-Mitt” (for conservative comments that trouble liberals and for
liberal comments, and policies, that trouble conservatives) 
“Fib-Newton” (for supporting Gore and Pelosi on the global warming
fraud, for adultery while criticizing Bill Clinton for Monica Lewinsky,
and for claiming to debate Herman Cain when it was not a debate) 
“I want a refund!” (women donors demanding their contributions back
from Herman Cain and conservative talk-hosts wanting their reputations
back for previously promoting him) 
“Cain Can’t Cope” (a blogger on PJ Tatler wrote “Here’s the deal. Herman
Cain seldom knows what he’s talking about and isn’t all that conservative.") 
Definition: “Got Cained­’When a political candidate convinces big money, naive voters, and famoustalk-show hosts to support them then they promote things those people oppose.
Example: The Koch Brothers “got Cained” in 2012 when Herman Cainunexpected­ly supported public employee collective bargaining after theyspent millions electing State legislator­s and governors who opposed it. 
Definition: “A Rick Perry Moment”When a person momentarily forgets a name, phrase, or word.
Example: At a debate/forum Texas Governor Rick Perry could not recall thename of the third of three Federal bureaucracies he hopes to eliminate, or togreatly-reduce and merge into others, when he became President. 

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