Thursday, September 1, 2011
Here is a scenario. The Republicans are about to have one of their debates on MSNBC on September 7th, but also there were plans for President Obama to unveil his jobs plan the same evening.
But now the speaker of the House, Speaker John Bainer asks President Obama not to give his speech on jobs on the same evening of the Republican debate, and now the President concedes to Bainer's request. Was that Bainer's original idea. Of course not. It was originally stated that President Obama should not give his speech on the same evening of the Republican debates on MSNBC by none other than Rush Limbaugh. Need I say more? Bainer has never showed any real leadership, toughness and never did anything within the Republican party as far as anything worth while, and definitely has never lead his party to create jobs for the working class.
Speaker Bainer is not only 'not controlling' his own party, but he is a big discredit to his own party.
The Republican party is shrinking. With the formation of the tea party, the Republican party is not a strong party, but they now rely their strength on the candidates like Michelle Bachmann who has lost her lead with tea party supporters by the Governor from Texas, Rick Perry. In an attempt to regain her position with the tea party, Michelle Bachmann is now attacking Rick Perry, and now makes radical comments, one being that Floridians should support "oil drilling" in the Florida everglades. That is an absolutely crazy thought. Oil drilling in Florida, how crazy is that. She is now taking a radical approach in her thinking and is pushing further and further off the deep far right end.
During the debate, I'm looking forward in Michelle Bachmann attack all of her candidates in one form or another. She needs to do something to gain momentum in the race, but all of the other candidates are now leaving her in the dust. She actually now has nothing to loose in attacking her opponents in an attempt to gain the Republican ticket.
The candidate that tends to not criticize the others may be the one who will stand out in the debates, and that person may just be Mitt Romney.