Michelle Malkin is part of the extreme far right, irrational all knowing, all powerful, Mean Girls. You know the ones. …Read the Rest
What can you say about the person who wrote this? I gather they are Marxist and a socialist. “…Looking back, …Read the Rest
Do you remember this classic:
JUST LIKE CANDY!
Are you tired of the trash talk?
Are you tired of the hype?
Are you sick of tea?
Are you pooped out with the tea party?
Do not want to smell the coffee?
Do you feel we are not doomed?
Sick of talk radio?
Would like to hear a “normal” person do talk politics?
What if the world isn’t spinning out of control?
This is a cautionary tale that is not about just about Lindsey Graham. It is a tale that is doomed …Read the Rest
This is Part I a 2 part expose into just who is ticked with Lindsey and why. Part II features …Read the Rest
Being Extreme Far Right is a losing proposition. They lose. They cannot win. (According to a Pink Flamingo source, some …Read the Rest
Contrary to what the little pointy headed Tea Party Freaks say, there are some very good Republicans in the House …Read the Rest
What would happen if some “dumb” woman from Alaska were to win the nomination and beat Obama in 2012? Would …Read the Rest
This is a rather gleeful Pink Flamingo I TOLD YOU SO! “…The movement, that came to be officially recognized almost …Read the Rest
We are having fun today! There are moments in blogging where a person wants to bang their head against a …Read the Rest
The Pink Flamingo is having fun! So are any other number of Republicans if my inbox is any example of the way Scott Brown is being hailed by the GOP.
The other day I told a couple friends that it wouldn’t be long before the far right decided that Scott Brown is too liberal and needs to be ham-strung. Low and Behold Glenn Beck (such a useless idiot) was the first to make an ass of himself, but that is nothing new.
1. Barack Obama
2. Jim DeMint’s Version of the GOP
3. Barney Frank (potential loser)
4. The Far Right
5. Misc. Dems.
1. Scott Brown
2. John McCain
3. MA GOP
4. Lindsey Graham’s Version of the GOP
5. Rudy Giuliani
6. Curt Schilling
Crossing fingers and saying prayers for Scott Brown. If he can pull it off, and it is looking better than ever, it will be because of MODERATE INDEPENDENTS. Conservatives are working like crazy for him, but there are some third party Losertarians who are holding strong with their conscience.
Please, pass the cool, tart, slightly sweet, perfect political lemonade. Enjoy every drop of it.
No one has a better grasp on the political picture of the country today than Michael Medved, who is the only 100% PURE Republican radio show host. He is pragmatic enough to understand that conservatives cannot win an election. Liberals cannot win an election. The greatest majority of voters are independent – and moderate.
Who knew that John McCain would be seen as the leader of the GOP in this Tea Party “patriot” era? A new Harris Poll points to the fact that perhaps things aren’t as extreme as the Far Right and the Ron Paul Bots would like one to think it is.
“..Other Republican leaders who are viewed by many people as influential and as leading voices in the party include former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, McCain’s vice presidential running mate and former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin, and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. These six Republicans, all of whom would probably like to be the next Republican presidential candidate, are seen as about as influential as each other. But more people see Palin and Limbaugh as leading voices of the party, and Palin scores more highly among Republicans….”
Interestingly, this is not a “inside” conservative thing, but a general poll. There are those who think the “tea party movement” is going to become to the GOP what MoveOn.org is to the DNC. If so, we have a problem. MoveOn has done more to push the DNC farther left than anything we could possibly imagine. If the “tea party movement” decides to do the same thing with the GOP, we will be in serious trouble. Even Ron Paul appears to be throwing the Tea Party “patriots” under the bus.