Wednesday, April 07, 2010

The GOP attracts a new candidate 

Since (1) I have long hoped that the libertarian/free markets wing of the GOP would grow in influence at the expense of the social conservatives and (2) politics should be more entertaining and fun and less angry and moralistic, chalk this up as good news.


By Blogger Mike, at Wed Apr 07, 10:28:00 AM:

I'm also happy to leave the moralizing out of politics. But this isn't a sign of a broadening GOP - it's just a Democrat poking fun.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Apr 07, 10:54:00 AM:

Well, she's recognized as an adroit poker of fun so her comments (even tongued in cheek) are welcome anytime.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Apr 07, 12:14:00 PM:

If you do not think the radical left isn't imposing its "morality" on the populace, it's time to put down your bong.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Apr 07, 01:10:00 PM:

All politics involves morality at some level. What you're saying is that you prefer your morality over mine.  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Wed Apr 07, 02:43:00 PM:

I thinks she's hilarious. We already have a Congress full of fat, slovenly, ignorant whores. This lady would actually be a breath of fresh air and a substantial improvement in personal accountability.

Also, her personal good looks would turn down the average Revulse-O-meter value during days when Pelosi is in attendance.  

By Blogger Escort81, at Wed Apr 07, 04:06:00 PM:

As Beavis might have laughed, "Heh...heh...She said 'frugal investment.'"

word verification: valklit  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Fri Apr 09, 06:57:00 AM:

Anyway, I googled the name....holy crap!!!

There's a woman with Positions!!!  

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