FOR 2016 GOP – ANYBODY BUT BUSH – (SO, HOW ABOUT SCOTT WALKER) – GREAT! – START WITH A BORE, THEN SEQUE TO SIMPLY BORING!

scott walkerJEB BUSH

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The men in the grey flannel suits.  That’s how the 2016 GOP presidential contest is shaping up to be.
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Jeb Bush has all but declared his candidacy and is no heart throb, particularly among the Tea Party adherents.  He has enough familial and grapevine support to make serious inroads on a presidential campaign in 2016.  But does anyone really have the stomach for “another” Bush.  And in any event, Jeb has never really passed the “conservative” litmus test set by the base (wingnuts) of the present-day GOP.

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The “JEB” is a lackluster personality that is better suited for an administrative role or corporate position.  He’s not particular photogenic and there is simply no “sizzle” in this guy – either visually or in his public speaking.  He might make a good vice-president.
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Enter – Scott Walker, the GOP governor of Wisconsin.  He is by most standards solidly conservative, having gone head to head with public sector unions in Wisconsin and stripped them of collective bargaining rights.  He’s also doing a very admirable job at cutting back on education spending and on social programs.  On voting rights his legislature passed a draconian voter I.D. law that was soon afterwards overturned by an Appellate Court.
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However, like the “JEB”, Walker has no “sizzle” or immediate appeal beyond his own region of the country.  Photogenic he is not.  Wooden-like sums up his speaking and public performance.  And outspokenness is nowhere to be seen.  That is amply demonstrated by his nonanswer answer today as to whether or not President Obama really loves this country.  The best that Walker could do was to say that that was not his concern and that Pres. Obama was in a better position to answer that question.  What gumption the man has.  What open candor and unflinching forthrightness.  NOT!!  But like the “JEB”, Walker might make a good vice-president.
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There you have it.  The leading front-runners of the 2016 GOP presidential sweepstakes will make solid vice-presidents.  That leaves that party with the stark fact that, like it or not, they don’t really  have anyone, anyone at all that is of actual, perceptible presidential timber.  Romney at least looked and dressed the part and spoke in presidential cadences.
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I’m afraid the GOP is better off having someone heretofore unthought of coming to their rescue in sufficient time and carrying the banner in 2016.  But who?  Dick Cheney?  Chuck Norris?  Clint Eastwood?  Bruce Willis?  Ed Harris?  Harrison Ford?  Judge Judy?  Christie Brinkley?  How about the blonde bombshell Fox TV News Host Megyn Kelly?
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Okay – let’s just cut to the chase.  The GOP might as well nominate Tiny Tim because they don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of reclaiming the White House.  A party that has a hard time funding something so vital to our nation’s security such as Homeland Security (precisely what is happening this week – as this agency runs out of funds by next Saturday) that party is hard-pressed to muster up a political campaign worthy enough to expect to reclaim the White House!

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Dearly beloved, we are gathered here to pay our respects to the late party known as the GOP.  Let’s stick a fork in it, put it up on the funeral pyre and set it atorch.
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I’d like to think we’re finally over the “hump”!

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