December 22, 2007

Clinton v Romney

That's my prediction for next year's presidential race. (NOT necessarily my preference, just how I see things shaking out.)

What's yours and why?


At 12/22/2007 11:54 PM, Blogger Scott said...

Dope, it's not nice to post such a scary thought during the holiday season.

At 12/23/2007 8:18 AM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Scott, you know you're right.

The mere thought that this country could nominate someone like Willard Maniquin Mitt Romney is chilling.

And depending on your views, another Clinton isn't comforting either.

But, be of good cheer. The odds are great that the next president, whomever they might be, will be a Dem, and literally ANY of the Dem field would be like a breath of fresh air, a sip of cool water, a balm to the soul, after our long national nightmare is finally over.

At 12/24/2007 12:44 PM, Blogger UMRBlog said...

Hillary Crushes McCain.

All the other Repubs discredit themselves and McCain has innoculated us to his goofiness by having had it on display so long. He Becomes the LEAST ONEROUS ALTERNATIVE.

Edwards runs out of money and Obama runs out of ways to marginally distiguish himself from Hillary, pisses of the Real President and discovers that, sadly, race still matters.

McCain Publicly forgives Jane Fonda, John Kerry and Ho Chi Minn. Ho registers in Ohio and votes for McCain three times. Fred Thompson insults Huckabee and is killed by one spinkick from Chuck Norris. Angie Harman comes back from retirement to prosecute Norris.

Bobby Bennett threatens to Sue the NYT if they publish the election returns. Pat Robertson marries Rudy Giuliani and Jamye Lee Spears, after Rudy's next divorce goes through. Larry Craig marries Richard Simmons.

Blago does not get a cabinet position but is outraged to discover there is no airport in Peotone upon which to land his state plane upon its return from a Hannah Montana Show.

It'll be a blogworthy year!

At 12/25/2007 12:37 PM, Anonymous Dixon Drew said...

Republicans have always been smarter when voting in primaries - they understand that putting forth the most electable of the group is the name of the game. Where he is not even a good republican, Rudy will be the Republican nominee.

I am torn on the Democrat side, as Obama is far more electable in the general, however Clinton is the Democrat power - and Democrats have shown that they can't think past the primary (she has tremendous negatives that any Republican can (and will) attack.

Rudy vs Hillary.

At 12/25/2007 8:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to all Republicans.

If you are a Democrat, thanks to your kind, Happy Holidays.

My Prediction:
Guliani / Schwarzenegger ticket
Clinton / Clark ticket

At 12/25/2007 10:06 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Gee Anon.

It's a shock to learn that all Republicans are Christians.

What a fool you are.

I hope you did your bit fighting against the entirely made up "war on Christmas".

What a maroon.

And thanks for wishing EVERYONE a happy holiday season, since it doesn't exclude those who don't happen to share your beliefs.

How kind of you.

At 12/26/2007 11:52 PM, Blogger Scott said...

Anon, the VP has to have the same qualifications as the President. Sorry, Arnold, can't do it. Thank your Republican friends for not wanting a constitution amendment to allow all citizens the ability to lead our country.

P.S. I'm for the amendment; not for Arnold.

At 12/27/2007 8:03 PM, Anonymous Sue ShedAp; Puhleeze said...

Dear Mr. Dope,
Do you really think the 'publicans will nominate a man who: put his Golden Retriever dog in a home-made plexiglass crate strapped on top of the car with duct tape and tooled down the highway on a family trip until the poor thing's bowels let loose with a malodorous brown liquid and which finally gave ol' Mitt a hint that it wasn't the brightest idea in the first place??
But you may be right because it seems he's also gotten ahold of the Rove Handbook of Dirty Tricks and Tales

At 12/28/2007 12:05 AM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

I sincerely hope my prediction doesn't come to pass. The dog episode isn't the only troubling thing about Willard the catalog model, but thanks for sharing it with those who may not be aware of it.

Romney is clearly the most vapid candidate of either party, and has no rationale for his candidacy other than he'd like to be president and his backers think that running a manequin is a great idea, and if he get in, he'll continue the massive gravy train for the very, very wealthy.


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