All in the Family featured the curmudgeonly Archie Bunker. Archie was television’s most famous grouch, blunt, blustering, straightforward and untouched by the PC crowd. He was the archetype of the conservative male. Michael desprately tried to reeducate him, but he persisted in his breviloquence.



Looking back at the last 40 years, we realize: ARCHIE WAS RIGHT!

7/06/2015

Misdirection

In an effort to provide fair and balanced blogging about pre-primary presidential side show nonsense we have the latest happenings in the demoncratic camp.

How do you know that you have absolutely no chance of becoming President of the United States?
An aide to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign made a somewhat shocking admission on “Morning Joe” on MSNBC on Monday morning, telling host Joe Scarborough and crowd the Clinton camp was definitely “worried” about the buzz being created by rival Bernie Sanders.
“He’s a force,” campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri said. “He’ll be a serious force for the campaign. We think that will – I don’t think that will diminish.”
The election is a year and a half away.  The only two possible Democratic candidates are Joe and Hillary.  That's it, there can be only two and those are the two.  That assumes of course that Obummer will actually step down and not declare himself president for life.  But that's another story.

There are only going to be two possible outcomes for the demoncratic party in the primaries: Hillary or Hillary Rodham Clinton.  Sure Joe's going to make an effort and maybe they'll offer up a couple of sacrificial lambs in the primaries.  That's all its going to be a sacrificial offering.  Yeah maybe the dems have a couple of candidates that they will want to test market to the public, but its just a test.  It's not the real thing.  They aren't really running.  Hillary sewed up this nomination back in 2007 when the Clinton camp was persuaded to stop smearing telling the truth about Obama.

The demoncratic party primaries are strictly for show.  The only thing that will be decided is the packaging of the candidate.  The only way that it's not Hillary is if she self destructs first.  It's her nomination to lose.

Which is why all this talk of being "worried" and Bernie Sanders being a "force" is pure political theater.  I bet you never even heard of Bernie Sanders before reading this story.  Clinton Inc. is setting him up as a formable opponent.  Then they are gong to "win" a surprising pre-election "battle" against him.  It's all an act.  Bernie Sanders is no more a creditable candidate for president than a man with the same name from Kentucky famous for frying chicken.

5 comments:

  1. "That assumes of course that Obummer will actually step down and not declare himself president for life. But that's another story."

    So, I am not the only kook who thinks this is a very real possibility? I'd be interested to hear that 'story' some time.

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    1. I would challenge anyone who thinks O is going to step down peacefully to give an example of any other law, custom or precedent that he HAS followed if it was contrary to his agenda.

      He may step down if Hilary wins, but what would he do if the Repubs won the house, senate and Whitehouse?

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  2. Well, I would not at all be surprised if he winds up as head of the UN. That job would fit him perfectly. He would be in the eye of the world media, have somebody else paying his way, and he would still get to try and force policy on the world. Since he has a UN acceptable background, I suspect they would be more than willing to choose him as the SecGen of the UN.

    Obama is not backing Hillary. Unnamed sources in the WH last year would prefer Fauxcahantas over Hillary. Hillary will most certainly dismantle his legacy in favor of her own. Warren would not. Obama's political strategy of his entire career has always been to leak damaging info on his opponent. I suspect a lot of the scandal problems for Hillary can be traced right back to Obama's crew.

    Then there are the dark horse candidates. Like Jim Webb, who has thrown his hat into the ring. I would also take the effect that Trump has been having on the whole game right now. He is forcing attention on exactly the issues both sides want desperately to ignore.

    As to Obama not stepping down, it might be tempting for him, BUT he has engineered some really nasty stuff to take place in 2017 and I doubt he wants to take responsibility for that happening. He now has too much money in his off shore accounts and he can play the elder statesman at his leisure.

    It is all about the Being president, not the actual Doing for him. It never has been. He hasn't followed the law, sure. But even he knows about stepping over the line. Although if he is finally successful in getting those nationwide riots he has been trying for, all bets from everyone will be off.

    I freely admit, that based on the events of the day/week, I am openly torn. I still think that for the democrats, we have not seen the real candidate emerge quite yet.

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    1. You may be right about not seeing the "real" candidate. I still think its going to Hilary, unless her past destroys it for her. I think that deal was made a long time ago and she is going to expect her pay off.

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  3. O is an African. No one in Africa steps down. They stay in power through any means at hand till they are overthrown.

    As for Bernie, given the number of Social Democrats I've seen and argued with on Twitter, there are the crazies out there to support someone like him. Why they aren't behind the Hildabeast, I couldn't figure out till now.

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