Posts tagged ‘Mitt Romney’

October 25, 2012

2012 Election Akin to 1980’s Basketball

by MullOverThis

On the last post, I unintentionally lied.

This post may be the shortest unofficial political pundit blog post.

This election is going to be a neck and neck finish between Romney and NObama.  There is going to be a great upset, so watch the polls up to the last minute.  We’re going to have to wait like we did when the buzzer rang down to the last second  in the last quarter of some of the best NBA games during the 1980’s.

The ONLY reason I hope Romney wins is because he cannot possibly be any more useless than NObama.  I hope the Romney teams oversaturates social media networking because that is the means by which many people will be influenced.  At least those that aren’t just gung-ho because there is a model African American family in the White House.  Those nincompoops just need to back track and get the Cosby Show series if they can’t find it in their own homes, or at least somewhere on the block.

MullOverThis

September 20, 2012

Sarah Palin Type Election Debacle in 2012

by MullOverThis

This might be my shortest unofficial political pundit blog post.

What does Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney have in common?  Diarrhea of the tongue.  Talking-which is a requirement for a political candidate-revealed their mentality, or lack thereof.  Diarrhea of the tongue is the disease that killed McCain’s chances in 2008 because pretty girl down-home dingbatism for the soccer mom caused her racial underpinnings and astounding lack of world knowledge to force anyone who planned on making it to 2012, to cast a non-Palin vote.  Obama is going to prevail by default, because Mitt Romney’s diarrhea of the tongue has an awful odor about him, and to clean it all up, folks who are disgusted with Nobama will be forced to make sure at the very least, Romney stays at home.

Never mind, the “47 percent” commentary is taken out of complete context to the point where folks are blatantly saying Romney does not care about the poor.  When folks who love loading social policy onto economic reality and ignore the weights and balances, this grand old United States of America will continue to plummet in our economic ratings and standings in the world economy.

MullOverThis

January 4, 2008

Mark DeMoss & Steve Strang Weigh In On Faith’s Influence in Presidential Election

by MullOverThis

Mark DeMoss, former right hand man to Jerry Falwell and President of his own public relations group, and Steve Strang, Publisher of Charisma magazine, both proffer compelling arguments on the role Presidential candidates’  faith should play in the election.  Their views are not entirely conflicting but DeMoss is clearly not as convinced that a candidate’s personal faith should be weighty in selecting the next Commander in Chief as Strang or I am.  

Considering the President of the United States is probably one of the most powerful positions one can hold in this life, and the “powers that be” affect the quality and kind of life we will live in this country, I fail to see how the candidates faith is not a major factor.   Competence is a given, but can be misjudged as we have seen some of the greatest people on paper fail when entering top level governmental positions.  Conversely, we have seen the “how sweet” ambitions of one of our favorite celebrities, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, grip the reigns of leadership of one of the largest and most challenging states in the US, California.  Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mr. affluent businessman with no real political experience, has left no room for question that one can take his first baby steps into government and understand it as NYC’s set man. 

For the record, I don’t prefer any of the candidates DeMoss or Strang referenced.  Sometimes people who don’t use their faith as a flag are the ones who will continue to pray and really seek God for the wisdom and guidance to lead them, their family, their community and this nation.  With that in mind, I’m looking for a precedence to be set in this next election and we shall see how s/he fares.

 

FOR MARK DEMOSS’ ARTICLE, CLICK BELOW:

http://blog.beliefnet.com/castingstones/2007/12/mark-demoss-candidates-faith-h.html?bt=polmashup

FOR STEVE STRANG’S ARTICLE, CLICK BELOW:

http://blog.beliefnet.com/castingstones/2007/12/stephen-strang-candidates-fait.html