— Geoff Anderson (@Gification) August 15, 2016
Monday, August 15th, 2016
Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
Sadly, the primary season is over. Results are about to start pouring in, and America is about to be “treated” to a Trump v. Clinton slugfest of gigantic negative proportions.
Barry won over Mitt with the “Kill Romney” strategy – which was just attack Romney the entire 2012 campaign.
Now, both candidates are going to do that to each other from tomorrow until November 8, 2016.
The ads will be fast and furious, and the extreme left wing media, which is all of it except Fox cable, will scream about Trump’s negativity while applauding Hillary’s “guile” in being negative.
That’s all folks………………….America failed because Ted or Bernie are better people than the ones who are set to sweep away all legitimate competition tonight.
IT’s all over but the crying………………….Donny or Hilldawg? YOU Decide……….
Friday, February 5th, 2016
Looks like the Cruz bounce theory, regarding New Hampshire at least, is overstated.
No bounce at all in NH – 7% for Cruz…but Rubio did pop a bit.
Nationally, Cruz actually went down two points from the prior Quinnipiac poll…and got a plus 3 from PPP from prior to Iowa polling. Look for the national media to catch up to my analysis soon and attack Cruz with all they got. Still, Cruz can win versus either Sanders or Clinton because he’s young and they are ancient. 🙂
I suppose Cruz is going to need an Northeastern moderate Republican as a VP – Scott Brown, the red phone is ringing…
Monday, February 1st, 2016
It is nearly post time in Iowa – Final Predictions:
Cruz over Trump by a nose – the GOP base in Iowa will turn out for Cruz – changes the dynamics of the race and makes it truly up in the air. Rubio comes in third, giving him hope for NH – But its really a two man race unless Rubio mans up quick. Polling shows Trump slightly ahead, but I do not trust it – too many crossover voters will not show up because they have lives and better things to do than sit around in line at a caucus. Too bad for Trump its not a real election, just a caucus.
Sanders over Clinton by 3 points – again, the base of the Dems likes Sanders better – because the base of the Democratic party is so very left wing and extremist right now in their wacky ideology. Final polling averages on realclearpolitics.com also show Clinton ahead, but I like the underdogs tonight to stun establishment media and fatcat lobbyist wanna be experts like CNN and MSNBC and Fox analysts tonight.
Where oh where is the Democratic Leadership Conerence or DLC now? Hillary Rodham Clinton sure wishes they still existed.
All indications point towards a long nomination contest, with the latest polling again showing that “conventional wisdom” of Trump as winner of Iowa and Clinton as the “inevitable nominee” again is absolutely false, as is the usual result of the “groupthink” of the old, pathetic and herd-mentality media.
Congrats to the Cruz and Sanders field operatives, who are the true heros of the coming victory tonight in the Iowa caucuses for their bosses.
Get ready America, its a real race, despite what the Clinton old media like Stephanopolis says – Hillary could become the first nominee to be “inevitable” twice and lose both times. Is there another Barack waiting in the wings? O’Malley anyone?
Perhaps it is time for the candidates for the Presidency to re-learn the lessons of the Obama Administration – relying on media love alone is not enough to be a real world leading man – isn’t that right, President Obama (courtesy of HuffPo)????
Wednesday, November 25th, 2015
Sunday, November 22nd, 2015
Hillary and the Congressional Dems had better start doing their homework and figure out a way to not only appeal to far left loon democrats. Pelosi and Hilldawg are like two anchors dragging reasonable, cool democrats, like conservative democrats down to the bottom of the ocean. As in electoral devastation.
Even the left wing media agrees. Shocking ABC would admit this, but even ABC knows the Dems are probably fucked this year, so they are starting, very slowly, to tell the truth about that so as to preserve their credibility later.
Reasonable best case scenario for the GOP: they win the presidential race, expand control of the Senate, retain control of the House, and expand majority of governor’s and state legislative bodies.
Reasonable worst case scenario for the Dems: they lose the presidential race, lose seats in the Senate, don’t gain control of the House, and lose more governor’s and state legislative races.
Reasonable best case scenario for the Dems: they win the presidential race, gain control of the Senate by a slim margin, pick up a few seats in the House but don’t control, and win a few governor’s races and legislative seats.
So when you look at the various scenarios for the 2016 general election you reach the following conclusion: the upside for the GOP is much better than any upside for the Dems, and the downside for the Dems is much, much worse than any downside for the GOP.
Sad but true, sort of like Metallica songs.
Saturday, November 21st, 2015
Does any American understand why the Obama Administration and Soros are bringing Syrian refugees into America?
In spite of its transparent attempt to ape conservative rhetoric, funding for the National Immigration Forum comes overwhelmingly from left-wing foundations including not just Soros’ FPOS, but the Carnegie Corporation of New York, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the Ford Foundation.
The truth is that, as the overwhelming bipartisan U.S. House vote indicated today, not even a majority of Democrats in the public still back President Obama’s suicidal plan to bring 10,000 Syrians to America.
The truth is, it’s the furthest-left forces in America, who for 50 years have systematically worked to bring what they hope will be future leftist voters into the country, that are using a sock-puppet front group to try to persuade conservatives to leave themselves open to a Paris-style attack.
Congress sure doesnt know why. Not even the scumbag left wing congressional Democrats can stomach voting for importing Syrian refugees. But of course, one hag amongst hags always votes for Soros sponsored garbage that hurts America – Nancy Pelosi – must be the “italian” influence. HEre’s a list of the biggest losers in the Democratic party in 2015, and OBama of course is stating he will never sign the bill.
Late Wednesday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi sent a “Dear Colleague” letter urging a “no” vote on the Republican measure, saying it “slams the door on desperate mothers and children fleeing ISIS’s unspeakable violence.” It was signed by other Democrats including Lofgren and California Rep. Ted Lieu of Torrance and Rep. Adam Schiff of Burbank, ranking member of the Intelligence Committee.
Saturday, November 14th, 2015
His own family is a bunch of loser trust fund babies fighting each other instead of working for the betterment of all Americans, which is the message of Republican Party and was and is the message of MLK, Junior, that is, judge not by the color of the skin of every American, but instead just judge by the content of the character of each and every American. But hey, i’m no judge so i guess his family is right to squabble and hate each other over money and power.
“The longstanding family drama surrounding the legacy of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is sharing the spotlight with the rapturous reviews for the new film, “Selma,” which depicts the life of the late civil rights icon.
Less than a week before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a ruling ended in no decision Tuesday as to who rightfully owns King’s personal “traveling” Bible and 1964 Nobel Peace Prize medal, a local NBC News affiliate reported. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney neglected to issue a decision in the battle between King’s surviving sons and daughter about whether or not to sell the two prized-possessions.”
Saturday, February 5th, 2011
After the GOP victory in the November 2010 elections, with a net pickup of 63 House seats and 6 Senate seats, the Obama Administration has been attempting to cultivate a moderate, centrist image to regain its footing with the American public. President Obama’s deal with Republicans to extend the Bush tax cuts, which would have expired on January 1, 2011, and his personnel shakeups in the White House worked to improve Obama’s standing with the public to above the critical 50% level by the end of January 2011.
However, in the past week, President Obama has now returned to the approximate level of public approval prior to the November elections, with about 45% of the public approving of his performance. The two main daily pollsters, Rasmussen Reports and Gallup, demonstrate this recent decline in approval, with Gallup measuring 45% approval/47% disapproval and Rasmussen showing 46% approval/53% disapproval. The mainstream media has yet to report upon this end to Obama’s polling resurgence, despite the lavish attention paid to the rise in ratings. Rasmussen reported on this recent slide today in its report:
The president’s Approval Index ratings have fallen nine points since Monday as the crisis in Egypt unfolds. Most of the decline comes from a fall in the number who Strongly Approve of the president’s performance (30% on Monday, 23% now). However, for the first time since mid-December, the number who Strongly Disapprove has moved back over the 40% mark for five straight days. The Strongly Disapprove total had been above 40% for most of 2010 but fell to the high-30s after the president and Senate Republicans reached a deal to extend the Bush Administration tax cuts.
The major issue commanding media coverage in the past week or so has been the ongoing protests in Egypt against President Mubarak’s regime. The inconsistent and highly publicized statements of the Administration about the crisis, from Vice President Biden asserting that Mubarak was not a dictator and shouldn’t resign to Obama’s recent demands that Mubarak “immediately” begin a transition to a new government, may have unsettled some Americans who were moving in Obama’s direction in response to his post-election centrist manoeuvrings. Unfortunately for President Obama, it appears that his Administration’s handling of the crisis may have again soured the middle 10% of the country on his leadership.