Right-wingers are growing increasingly disillusioned with the clown car that is the GOP’s 2012 field. Willard, the presumed front-runner who can’t seem to break 25% in the polls
because he’s in a cult, infuriated wingnuts yet again when he refused to back Ohio’s union-busting law yesterday.
Playing it too safe is finally biting Romney in the rear end. He’s refused to call social security a ponzi scheme. He’s refused to offer bold economic reform plans. He’s refused to address significant changes in entitlement reforms. His whole campaign has centered around tapioca. […] Typically, when a politician stands for nothing except his own election, he winds up not getting elected.
Perry is playing the role of a Texas A&M frat boy, not a contender for leader of the free world and commander in chief. Can such a person be taken seriously?
The Republican super-strategist pulls out a whiteboard on Fox News to tick off Herman Cain’s self-destructive mistakes, concluding: “I think it has created an image of him as not being up to this task. That’s really deadly.”
Even Pat Robertson is wigged out by all the crazy.
What’s pretty clear at this point is, no matter who the Republican nominee is, they’re not going to be loved. As in 2008, it’s going to take a camera-friendly wingnut (Nikki Haley? Marco Rubio?) on the ticket to rally the rubes.