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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Joke Of the Day: Republican Indecision and Disunity


This had me rolling! Both my eyes and with laughter. This could be very problematic for us, considering the Dems only have Hillabarjoh to contend with!
Check out the small balloon to the right of the cartoon!
Cartoon Credit: Jim Borgman/Cincinatti Enquirer

7 comments:

MondaythroughSunday said...

so SAD! It is either laugh or cry..so I will LOL!!

The thing is that Obama and Clinton are pretty much the same on policies but have very different personalities. For the Republicans..we have differences in both.

MUD said...

We can only hope that the Democrats are so split by the black/woman issue that no one notices it when the Republicans get their act together. We are so split over the conservative/Christian right issue that we may wake up and find only McCain left and no one voting for him out of some weird protest. MUD

Karen said...

It's a zoo out there, Incog! Tonight as S.C. results come in may help clear things up a bit. We can hope anyway.

Blazing Cat Fur said...

I just do not understand the whole "primary" thing. What is the point of having them if it isn't necessary for a candidate to run in em?

Righty64 said...

That is a good one! I think that this is healthy for us Republicans. We are usually so orderly that sometimes, we get stuck with a Bob Dole in 1996 or a George H. W. Bush in 1992. But, this means we are a party of contrasts. One can not say that on the Democrat side. On policy, there is not a dime's difference between Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama. It is just her name happens to be Clinton that she has gotten this far to begin with. And Sen. Obama, I just do not get how he has gotten this far. But, while he gets platitudes, he is a ruthless, dirty campaigner. Maybe worse than Sen. Clinton. But, we are battling over ideas. As a conservative, I welcome defending and explaining what I believe is Reagan Republicanism 101. I think that in many ways, people like Mayor Rudy, Mitt Romney and to a very lesser extent, John "F--- You" McCain have moved to more conservative positions. And, of the serious candidates, these are palatable for me compared to the other side. So, it is good that we have this debate among friends and I think it will make whoever emerges as the GOP standard bearer a stronger candidate.

WomanHonorThyself said...

I dont trust any of them on the Mussslim threat though Incog..sigh

Pat Jenkins said...

ALL equal NONE!!