Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Official White House photograph of Vice President Rockefeller, 1975
Tonight was another one for the history books.
It was either that, or one for the nearest comic book store.
There was another Republican “debate” among the GOP presidential nominee wannabes. It’s hilarious – not just in a comédie noir sense, but in a genuinely hilarious manner – because those folks actually believe what they say, and hope to foist it upon the American general public.
But from there, it gets dangerous, precisely because they genuinely believe what they say. And that makes it sad.
The crazy “debate” was held this evening with 8 GOP wannabes.
Starring were: Read the rest of this entry »
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