Tuesday, February 9, 2016

With one third of the vote in . . .

. . . I can safely say that the voters of New Hampshire are complete f*cking idiots!

On the Democrat side, 60% of voters want a full-on socialist whose plan to give everyone everything for free will add $15trillion to the national debt in 10 years and will, by his own words, rely on tax hikes for the middle class to pay for all the give-aways.

Ooh, yeah, let's put this bozo in the White House.

But not to be outdone, the Republican voters (and yes, I know it's an open primary so people can vote across party lines) have also dropped 60+% of the vote on three candidates who don't stand a snowball's chance in hell of winning the fall election. Trump gets 34% Kasich gets 16% and Bush gets 12%.

And yes, you don't have to mention it, I know everything I said in the previous post turned out to be wrong. This is why I'm a mailman and not a professional political pundit. But seriously?! Trump at 34%?! That just boggles my mind. I know NH is a very liberal state, so maybe that's why even Republican voters would turn out so heavily to vote for a progressive liberal masquerading as a conservative. But wow.

And Kasich doesn't even have the money or manpower to run a nationwide campaign. Why are you wasting your vote on him? He's basically going to close up shop until the Ohio primary then hope to win that. Then what?

And no one wants another Bush v Clinton match-up in November.


What are you folks thinking? Are you so interested in being contrary that you'll give momentum to an ass-clown like Trump? You'll waste votes on Kasich? At least you could have voted for Ted Cruz. I'm still mystified by Rubio's fall. Most accounts of the debate point out that he had an excellent debate except for that one exchange with Christie. You walked away over that? Rick Perry famously stated that we aren't trying to elect the debater-in-chief here.

I suppose the real victory here is for the media. They carried the robotic meme 24/7 after the debate and I guess that'll stick with Marco to the end because they won't let it go now. And poor Carly, who's ahead of Carson but just behind Christie -- where might she have placed if she hadn't been given the cold shoulder by ABC?

I've been wrong about pretty much everything today, but I'm guessing that the media will be doing victory laps after stopping Rubio's momentum. They flexed their muscles. It'll be interesting to see what happens now that they have some momentum.

Oh yeah . . . hey New Hampshire -- f*ck you!

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