Jeb Bush is out blowing a lot of hot air of late saying that it would take a governor of a state to be well-prepared to lead the nation in the White House. This is all well and fine, So Jeb why have you not put yourself in the ring are you all talk with little to back you up. You say it would be better for a governor to run. Then STFU and get in the race! Put yourself in! Stop blowing smoke up my kilt.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
“20 Things I trust more than Hillary Clinton”
1. Mexican tap water
2. A porcupine with a “pet me” sign
3. Bill Clinton, with my teenage daughter
4. A fart while fighting the flu
5. An elevator ride with Ray Rice
6. Taking pills or a drink offered by Bill Cosby
7. A Bigfoot sighting
8. A Hillary Clinton war story reported by Brian Williams
9. Gas station sushi
10. Jimmy Carter, with the economy
11. A Palestinian on a motorcycle
12. Pete Carroll coaching decisions
13. Eating an apple from an orchard at Fukushima reactor #4
14. Hitching a ride from a guy in a goalie mask
15. The ingredients in a hotdog
16. Nancy Pelosi’s grip on reality
17. Black Ice
18. Jerry Sandusky as a Boy Scout leader
19. Alien abduction stories
20. Barney Frank in the shower asking you to pick up the bar of soap
How can someone in their right mind make the statement that a child’s education is a Non-family enterprise? Well, that what Hillary Clinton seems to believe. “How do we end up at a point where we are so negative about the greater, non-family enterprise and the raising of the next generation — which is how our kids are educated?”For real! A child’s education begins at the home the minute a mom or dad coo’s at a baby and continues to college or a trade school. So what does Mrs. Clinton want? Is her idea of school a big brother type of system like Communist China where the state picks who gets an education.
Most American’s are Hard working folks who worry about our kid’s education, but we don’t want the state in total control of it.We as a whole work with our children. We don’t have or need a nanny’s raising them for us.
USA Today reports that the freshman senator shared his decision with donors during a conference call in advance of a more public announcement to be attended by supporters later today at Miami’s Freedom Tower.I’m glad to see him come on board.I think Mr Rubio would make an excellent President, he’s young, good-looking, very intelligent and is not a supporter of Common Core State Standards. So welcome sir to the race.
Just watched his announcement at Miami’s Freedom Tower I must say it has the most passion I have seen out of anyone running so far.
Hillary’s running for president ad. I must say was a good ad.But to use it to start a presidential campaign was a little lackluster in my opinion.To me, this is something you would run after a major campaign announcement, not as your campaign report.To the ad itself they are trying to show Hillary as a warm kind person to all, and they almost pulled it off! Except for one part, it was almost flawless the coffee shop moment! Watch her face you can tell she is forcing herself to be nice.You can see the cold woman she is just for a split moment and that I believe will be Hillary’s and her team’s biggest problem.
Let’s face it you do not play in politics for over two decades being a beautiful person and have the kind of power the Clinton’s have. Unlike her husband Bill, Hillary struggles to be outgoing and most think of her as a cold fish, and I believe this to be true except for maybe her family.
Now to be a little petty I don’t know who is the makeup artist for Hillary is but one hell of a job you did on her.I don’t know what they are paying him/her but its worth the money