It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that even after the Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Obama implemented single payer system in the U.S., at least half of voting Americans still don’t give a damn about their fellow citizens’ struggle for accessible health-care. Any way you look at it, but most importantly . . . → Read More: Americans still divided on ‘love thy neighbor’
Here in Canada, there are certain limits on how much an individual donor can give to the political campaign of a candidate. I believe it’s around the vicinity of $1400 CAD. Additionally, private corporate entities are banned from donating under the company name. Although there are many things to complain about in Canadian politics, I’d . . . → Read More: U.S. Politics: The political process is run by the rich on both sides of the political spectrum
Seeking to dispel accusations of pathological flip-flopping, “Mitt” Romney unveiled plans to use a time machine to kill earlier versions of himself who believed in universal health care and gay rights.
Now that he’s the presumptive Republican nominee, I guess “Mitt” will also have to exterminate earlier iterations of himself such as the . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Mitterminator
At Gettysburg, PA (of all places!) Rick Santorum announced today that he’s throwing in the towel on his bid to become the Theocrat in Chief of the United States.
No surprise really, considering that in all probability he would otherwise have lost the primary later this month in his home state. Not only . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Game Over for Santorum
Some readers may recall a post from a little while back featuring Richard Dawkins appearing on MSNBC’s weekend “Up” program where he floated the provocative idea of taking politicians to task for some of their kooky religious beliefs… Well, guess what? It seems that someone did precisely that the other day at one of Mitt . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: “This Will Always Be So” (Or Not)
Wow. I’d heard about this attack ad put together by the Santorum campaign and finally saw it last night on Hardball. Chris Matthews and his fellow chuckleheads all seemed to have a good laugh at its apocalyptic absurdity and the fact it plays more like the trailer for a slasher movie than a political ad. . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: “Obamaville” Examined
During a campaign stop in Monroe, Louisiana, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum stopped at a shooting range for some target practice. Before aiming for his second target, a woman in the background can be heard to say, “Pretend it’s Obama,” then chuckle at her own amazing wit.
Note: The comment is made at . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: “Pretend it’s Obama”
True Fact: After a hectic day of impersonating a human being on the campaign trail, zillionaire and would-be Republican front-runner Willard “Mitt” Romney likes nothing more than to chow down on a sugary bowl of cold breakfast cereal every night before hitting the sack. Why, that makes him just like… well, not many people, actually. . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Mitt-tastic Tales of the Ordinary!
I guess winning the Georgia primary in tonight’s discount version of “Super Tuesday” may help Newt stay puft for a while longer in the race to be the standard bearer of ignorant, batshit-crazy white people across America, but what is up with the poor lad forced to hold a sign reading “Newt-a-Mania”?
Should . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Newt-a-Mania!
When asked at the end of this week’s GOP debate to describe themselves in a single word, Ron Paul chose “consistent” as being the most appropriate moniker. But here Lawrence O’Donnell points out a glaring inconsistency in the old coot’s supposedly “libertarian” philosophy when it comes the matter of sex:
Of course, this is . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Ron Paul: “Fake” Libertarian?
Here’s the latest negative attack ad from the Ron Paul campaign slagging Rick Santorum for not being a “fiscal conservative”… (Seems to have been done by the same agency that created the tough-talking Ford F-150 truck ads.)
I suppose one could quibble about specifics of the dubious allegations made if there was a point . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Latest Ron Paul Attack Ad
Desperate Republican no-hoper Newt Gingrich is currently promising that, if elected, he will reduce the price of gasoline to $2 per gallon. Maybe a terrific prospect for gas-guzzling American consumers feeling the pinch of rising oil prices, but not one without consequences…
To realize the promise of $2 per gallon gasoline would require . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Newt Will Destroy Alberta’s Economy
Vocalizing to a small group of carbon-based supporters in Michigan earlier this week, “Mitt Romney” – the android launched many years ago by a venture capital fund to become the first completely non-human Republican nominee for President – pretended to express his/its deep affinities with and positive responses to various aspects of the state where . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: The Right Height of Trees
Rick Santorum’s billionaire “sugar daddy” stuns MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell with his retrograde “joke” on the subject of contraception:
Hard though it is to believe that U.S. politics of late has shifted into the bizarre realm of ridiculous “culture war” issues like contraception, it’s absolutely no surprise whatsoever that the key backer of the . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Foster Friess on Contraception
Rachel Maddow (with the help of Doug Wead, a senior advisor to the Ron Paul campaign) describes how the wily old coot is attempting to exploit flaws in the present Republican caucus system to gather delegates to the GOP convention irrespective of how votes were actually cast in the caucus by people less than fanatical . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Winning By Stealth
Mindlessly chanting “USA, USA, USA!” the audience at CPAC shouts down a handful of “Occupy” protesters that were attempting to disrupt a speech by former political celebrity Sarah Palin with inane chants of their own.
Evidently, the CPAC attendees “won” the contest.
. . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Political Discourse in America
Wearing a matching sweater vest, Foster Friess, the billionaire investor backing Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum’s frothy campaign to be Theocrat-in-Chief of the Free World, introduces his pet candidate at CPAC 2012:
After opening with a mildly amusing joke at the expense of Mitt Romney, Friess goes on to observe that rather than supporting . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: “Obock Obama”
Def: The frothy mix of media hype and fecal matter that is sometimes the byproduct of non-binding Republican primary victories.
How sad is it that a moronic theocrat like Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum is viewed by a majority of Republican primary voters in the heartland of America as a preferable alternative to the . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Santorumentum!
Rather than staging a pointless concession “rally” after his distant second-place finish in yesterday’s Nevada caucuses, bucking convention, Newt Gringrich opted instead to hold a bizarre 20-minute press conference at his campaign headquarters.
Repulsive though he may be in almost every respect, it’s a good thing that Gringrich has vowed to remain . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Resolute Newt
Looks like the folks at Bad Lip Reading (BLR) got their mojo back after a few duds following the priceless Rick Perry BLR, “Save a pretzel for the gas jets”… Maybe it helps if the subject is stark raving mad to begin with. Just a theory.
p.s. Sorry for being MIA for the . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: BLR: Rick Santorum
Nice to see Chris Matthews (and others) tackle Newt Gringrich’s puzzling obsession with Saul Alinsky. Turns out, just like so many other weird fixations of the deranged right-wing, to be a classic case of projection.
Bill Maher also defused the mainstreaming of this demented right-wing talking point in his “New Rules” monologue the . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Who is Saul Alinsky?
The SuperPAC supporting (but definitely not co-ordinating with!) Newt Gringrich yesterday released another negative “documentary” attacking Mitt Romney.
Called “Blood Money” the film links the former head of Bain Capital to Damon Clinical Laboratories, a medical testing company the equity firm controlled during the early 90s that was subsequently found guilty of having massively . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Blood Money
As much as I agree with many of Ron Paul’s principled stances on various issues, I just cannot stand the cult of over-zealous fanatics that support him…
Despite all evidence, these folks simply refuse to accept the fact that Dr. Paul will NOT be the Republican nominee for president. To the contrary, they . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Damn the Paulbots!
Neat little mock ad from the folks at BuzzFeed pivoting off the accusation that Newt Gringrich is “grandiose”…
It’s actually not surprising in the least that Newt would so readily embrace the term given his attachment to the notion of “American exceptionalism” – a view that holds the United States in an entirely . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: Proud to be Grandiose
It’s beyond absurd that alleged “small government” Republicans are adamantly opposed to “wasting” taxpayer dollars on doing much of anything that would repair the basic elements of America’s crumbling infrastructure (i.e., boring employment-creating undertakings that would fix roads, bridges, airports, etc. and improve daily life for ordinary folks), but will propose fantastic manned missions to . . . → Read More: Red Tory v.3.0.3: To the Moon, Alice!