Tag Archives: presidential politics

Dogs, the Rhythm Method and a Moon Base

The run-up to the nomination of the eventual GOP standard bearer has moved into decidedly hysterical territory. Apparently the thought of a Moon Base, which Mr. Gingrich emphasized would naturally be an American Moon Base, satisfied my neighbors in SC, and they decided that Newt Gingrich would make a fine President (further illustrating my need […]

The GOP Candidates for President: Part VII-The Texan

While the GOP field of Presidential candidates is busily courting Iowa voters and has already had two debates, one man looks to step into the ring on his own schedule. Rick Perry, Governor of Texas, announced today that he would be requesting another podium be added to the stage for the next debate. Governor Perry […]

The GOP candidates for President-Part VI: Bachmann in Overdrive

She has chosen her Waterloo, or rather Waterloo chose her, and Michelle Bachmann formally announced her candidacy for the highest political office in the land at the place of her birth. Having tested the atmosphere for a run at the GOP nod, and having found it suitable, she will take on the formidable task of […]