Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Homey Don't Play Dat Game-The Iowa smackdown

Crazy Sexy Fred!
That's all I gotta say about that.

Oh and did anyone else notice that the mod had the most peculiar pantyline-ever? I was watching on a small screen, but I swear, she really looked WEIRD from behind. If it was her undies doing that, she needs to shop somewhere else.

Fred was in fine form today.
But you'll never hear that anywhere else but on the innernettubes.

Does Keyes show up just as balance to Ronpaulio?

6 Comments:

Blogger Cookie..... said...

...and it would appear that FOX News definately has a bias against Fred. Last night , O'Reilly put up one of his poll's and asked, "Which Republican would you vote for in the primary". Fred wasn't even listed...

Needless to say, I immediately got off a scathing E-mail to O'Rielly about that...not that it'll do much good...

12/13/2007 7:50 AM  
Blogger white trash republican said...

It's not just Fox, Cookie-It's ALL of the media.
Fred got off some good points and showed some 'nads yesterday and yet today the debate is being labeled as having no fireworks? Excuse me?!

True, it was a shitty debate, thanks to the mod, but still... the silence about Fred from them speaks loudly to their intentions. It's becoming too obvious.
But they had marginalized Ronnie the Popular, too-and we know what happened there.
: )

12/13/2007 8:22 AM  
Blogger The Pagan Temple said...

It's between Romeny and Giuliani, maybe Huckabee. Fred lost a lot of support, I think, with his appearance on Meet The Press. He probably disappointed a lot of hard-core evangelicals when he said he didn't want to outlaw abortion at the federal level, and he thought congress overreached by involving itself in the Schiavo affair.

Ever since then, he's gone steadily down, and who has risen steadily since? Huckabee? Where has Huckabee been getting his support? From evangelical Christians. Put two and two together.

12/13/2007 2:40 PM  
Blogger Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

"Sexy" Fred? I agree but I'll spare you the details.;)

Cookie, can you remember when I said I didn't like O'Reilly and you stuck up for him?

12/14/2007 12:34 AM  
Blogger white trash republican said...

Pagan- I didn't see the Meet the Press spot, I was at church. ; )
But I do think those kinda issues do need to be decided on a state level, so I'm in agreement with him there, even though I guess I would be in the so called evangelical camp. I hate that label and don't consider myself one. They do travel in herds and can be overcome by "group-think".

What bothers me is that all these goody 2 shoe, born again nimrods will look at Huckananny's admonishments against smoking, fast food (obesity) and other "sins" and get all happy and go along wholeheartedly, simply because it mirrors their religious beliefs and that it is coming from the mouth of a "conservative" and not consider the ramifications and what freedoms they are joyfully giving up to the Fed. THAT'S SCARY!

The bible advises everything in moderation, nothing to excess. Would J.C be a Marlboro man? Absolutely not. But He wouldn't openly condemn someone who was and certainly wouldn't tax them to oblivion to alter the behavior. That change comes from the inside, and that's His department. No need to make a public scene about it.

The Schivo case, OY. That was a screwed pooch from the get-go. It got way bigger than it needed to be and personally I felt it came down just to pure unadulterated human greed. I don't think even Solomon could have sorted that one out to everyones satisfaction.

12/14/2007 7:34 AM  
Blogger white trash republican said...

Patrick, The Crazy Sexy phrase came from a program on TLC or some such channel titled "Crazy Sexy Cancer" about women dealing with breast cancer. It just stuck in my head. But it does apply. The media thinks Fred! is nuts and women all dig strong men who exude leadership qualities.
So, in that sense, to use the tacky pop culture word, Fred! is sexy.

12/14/2007 7:42 AM  

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