November 7, 2012, - 10:08 am
Dude, Where’s My Country? With Predictable Obama Win, Even FOX News Gushes Over the “End of White America”
America has spoken . . . through its translators, the Kardashians and the cast of “Teen Mom.”
Breaking News: America Applies for Admission into the EU. We might as well. We’re basically one of those failed states now.
New Slogan: America . . . What the F— Happened to You????
The Sheeple Have Spoken: “Bend Over America.”
Those are four of my tweets from last night’s Romney loss (follow me on Twitter).
So, far-leftist Barack Obama was re-elected last night (as I predicted), Allen West lost his seat, and morons all over America also voted to legalize pot in more states (like Colorado), as well as gay marriage. Good to know that the future of this country is “Dude, Where’s My Car.” Actually, it’s very depressing. I wonder, “Dude, Where’s My Country?” Clearly, the dummies ruled the day. That was made clearer with the defeat of Allen West and the election of Elizabeth Warren, last night. Senator-Elect Fauxcahontas – it has a scary ring to it.
But this is what you get when America is served up a crappy Republican candidate for President, who flip-flops around and agrees with Barack Obama on immigration, foreign policy, socialized medicine, and virtually everything else that’s important and going wrong. Thanks, Karl Rove and Ann Coulter for pimping us on another “moderate” candidate sure to beat Barack Obama. America didn’t want Obama without a tan. They wanted a choice. And they didn’t get one. Romney was never a conservative. He was a liberal who pretended he changed but really wasn’t comfortable in that “change” because it was fake. I don’t know how many times I said it, as I lost count: the guy who lost to the first guy who lost to Obama isn’t exactly a winning strategy. It’s not exactly Einstein stuff. Romney was a horrible candidate. Yes, he gave a classy concession speech and seems like a genuinely very nice and highly charitable guy. But that’s meaningless in politics. And it doesn’t win Presidential elections.
The majority of Americans support enforcing immigration laws and want us to stay the heck out of places like Egypt, Libya, and Syria. If we had a candidate who was a real conservative, as Ronald Reagan was against Jimmy Carter, we might have had a chance. We didn’t get that. Instead, America was served up a guy who was to the left of Obama on those important issues. Romney’s response to Obama’s DREAM Act amnesty: ” well, I would have resolved that with comprehensive immigration reform a/k/a ‘Amnesty.'” His response to Obama’s destabilization of the Middle East was for Romney and Ryan to criticize Obama for not deposing Mubarak in Egypt sooner and not providing enough arms to Al-Qaeda animals in Syria. Yeah, that’s the ticket . . . to losing. “Me, too, only bigger” ain’t a winning position. Especially when you’re supposed to be the Republican. And I was always skeptical about this mystical “enthusiasm gap” I kept hearing Romney gushers ooze to me. You can’t run a campaign counting on that. It’s like putting your chips on a number at the roulette table.
Back in mid-September as I was leaving the synagogue after Rosh HaShanah services, four close friends of mine and I were discussing the Presidential race, and they told me that even though Romney was losing in the polls, so was Ronald Reagan, and that he would pull it out. I insisted that sadly, America has changed, and with illegal immigration, unlimited legal immigration, and Muslims, Hispanics, and Blacks increasing geometrically in population here, it’s just not the same electorate that elected Ronald Reagan, and that Romney would lose. I lamented this fact because Bush immigration over eight years of Islamopandering changed America forever from even when he was re-elected in 2004. (40% of Muslims in America today came here under Bush with another 5% under the first four years of Obama.) And then there are the generations of endless single motherhood in urban and rural America and now all over the place. Sadly, contrary to conventional wisdom, they and their progeny are now an active part of the voting electorate. We saw it, last night.
Last night, all of the anchors and talking heads gushed over this, saying it’s the “end of White America’s” hold over the Presidency, that Republicans will have to get more minority and Hispanic candidates and “positions on the issues.” And it wasn’t just Diane Sawyer, Cokie Roberts, Matthew Dowd, George Snuffalopagus, and George Will at ABC who rejoiced over this, or Tom Brokejaw, Brian Williams, and Chuck Todd of NBC, it was Karl Rove and still-closeted Shep Smith who gushed. They were having multiple orgasms over saying, “America has changed, we’re less White.” Rove urged Republicans that the winning way is more minority candidates and positions that appeal to minorities. Um, there’s an app for that, Karl: it’s called the Democratic Party. And here’s another tip for Mr. Rove: two of the GOP’s most prominent minority candidates, Allen West and Mia Love, lost . . . to White males.
When Republicans provide liberal lite, as Rove and Coulter served us up with in Romney, we’ll lose. Voters will always pick real Coke over the dollar store generic fake. Of note is that all of the people who gushed all over television about this are White people, and yet, sadly, we haven’t replaced them with the “end of liberal White TV anchors and talking heads.” The Roves and the other establishment operatives of the world are wrong when they say you need a less conservative candidate to win. Tell it to John McCain and to Mitt Romney. They were the moderates, and they lost because they weren’t conservatives and there was no real choice. Mitt Romney lost because he stood for nothing, other than, hey, I’m the other guy. The Republicans did phoning, while the Dems drove out and bused people to early vote all over Florida. Time to enter the 21st century, GOP . . . and to get an army like that of the unions. See Romney campaign worker Donna Cahill’s tweet, below, and a response by one of my Twitter followers, “RockinRandal”:
And, last night, we saw the dummies and the lasting damage they do. It’s official: half the country is stupid. America is no longer concerned about justice or history or personal responsibility. The electorate is dominated by pop-culture-obesessed morons who know the names of the Kardashians and their boyfriends and the names of the designers of Michelle Hussein Obama’s latest, too damn tight, ugly dress, and how to fill out the ballot oval for Obama-Biden, but not much else. My longtime friend (we went to college and law school together), Ben Weinberger, an American expat in London who voted for Romney, tweeted this last night:
“I fear the day when technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots.” -Albert Einstein
Yup, we’re there.
And the arrogance of the Republicans and the Romney campaign was stark. My mind kept screaming, “HUH?” ever time they predicted a landslide. You could see that wasn’t gonna happen. And over the weekend, some top Michigan Republican and Romney campaign moron, Kelly Ford, was all over the Michigan airwaves, laughing about how she spent time and resources sending the Michigan Democratic Party razors and shaving cream in reference to Obama campaign chief David Axelrod’s statement that if Obama didn’t win Michigan, Pennsylvania, and another state, he’d shave off his mustache. Haha, Kelly. You’re sooo funny. You know what? The Obama campaign and the Dems weren’t busy playing stupid, waste-of-time pranks like this. They were campaigning.
Kelly Ford should have been fired, along with Matt Brooks, the calorically-gifted King-For-Life of the Republican Jewish Coalition. While he was busy at poker tournaments (with the over half a million that Jewish Republicans pay this slob) and spending gazillions on dumb ads, the Jewish vote didn’t improve much. When Ronald Reagan ran against Jimmy Carter, then Republican Jewish Coalition chief, Chris Gersten (whom Brooks ousted in a coup) got the Jewish vote for Reagan over 40% among Jewish American voters.
I don’t know how on earth the Republicans had the arrogant attitude that they and Romney were going to win in a landslide. I laughed when the right-wing world, including Rush Limbaugh, gushed over toe-sucking hooker fetishist Dick Morris’ landslide prediction. What the heck does this guy know? Nothing. (He also, by the way, thankfully lost the campaign for the Detroit Bridge monopoly for anti-Semitic Arab Matty Moroun, who paid Morris gazillions to run his losing campaign.)
And, then, there’s the righteous Allen West. His loss is probably the most depressing because he should have won and got screwed by the Republican Party and its arrogance. Obama won Florida handily, despite the fact that it was supposed to be a Romney stronghold. If Allen West had a better candidate at the top of the ticket, I’m confident he’d have been re-elected last night. Again, thank Karl Rove, Ann Coulter, and the rest of the smartest-guy-in-the-room establishment Republicans.
America got screwed last night, and sadly our voting system is in many ways a Communist one. The half of us who knew what we were doing and did everything right lost. And now we have to suffer the policies of the other half–the dummies who won.
New Motto, America: WE’RE SCREWED.
Hey, Karl Rove, any more liberal, pro-choice, gay marriage, pro-illegal alien amnesty Republicans you can groom for 2016? Time to start planning the next defeat.
How long ’til chubby chaser Ann Coulter starts pimpin’ us on Chris Chrispie Creme for 2016. 3-2-1 . . .
If there was any silver lining last night, it was the election of Governor-Elect Mike Pence of Indiana. He should have been the Presidential candidate this time around. He’s everything the ideal GOP candidate should be that Romney wasn’t.
I hope Pence is the one in 2016.
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