These  Rich Republican beggars, I would rather say an expletive, who are running for the nomination of their party for the right to challenge Barack Obama in next year’s election are beginning to show their weaknesses by attacking each other.  The Mitt, says he knows how it feels, to be about to lose your job.  “I know what it’s like to to worry whether you’re going to get fired.  There were a couple of of times I wondered whether  I was going to get a pink slip.

Santorum claims in America we don’t have classes.

Oh…really?  We might not have castes but we certainly do have classes.  The middle is where everybody belongs, because we were all born equal, with equal rights.  Right?  The couple I saw on Woodhaven Blvd, wearing backpacks holding a sign, they also belong to my class.  I was not able to read the woman’s plea, because the llight turned red suddenly, and by the time I stopped the car safely, she had already walked past my car.  I saw her through my side mirror hesitate for a second walking back to me to beg for something, but I had just washed my car and it looked too nice for her to bother asking me for anything. I did enjoy their use of a prop to get sympathy.  A nice dog whose owner was wrapping him up in a blue blanket.  The dog was in a sitting position allowing his master to keep him warm.  The owner was sitting on his backpack.  Now I wonder if these are vestiges of the Occupy Wall Street movement.  Yes Santorum is right,these two are in my class.  

How about Newt Gingrich? “Could we drop a little bit of the pious baloney?”  He now seems to be the voice of truth.  He appears, when he speaks to be knowledgeable,  but how can I know if what he says is the truth, since I’m an ignorant man.

Then there  is Ron Paul who I can’t decipher.  Is everything I hear about him false?  “They think I’m a dangerous person, and I admit it!” He doesn’t even think he can be President of the United States of America.  ” Mr. Not really…” why are you running?  Is he the NYMets of baseball?  The man is so honest and transparent Dave Letterman says he’s like the kind of guy you keep for observation.

John Huntsman, the underdog who speaks to us in Chinese.  He was an ambassador to China, under Obama.  He took the post because it was his duty.  He had just been elected governor of Utah by an overwhelming majority when he accepted the challenge.  He has two sons serving in the military, under Obama.  “It’s their duty to support their commander in chief,” we are reminded by their father.

Then there were Michele Bachman, “The Hair” and and Mr. 999.  One is arrogant and the others are fools.  I’m so glad for the power of women scorned or harassed, because they bite like Pit Bulls and won’t let go until the prey succumbs.  Too bad for Mr. Godfather Pizza.  I was enjoying his vehement denials week after week.

Michele, too bad for your poor showing in your home state.  This was a statement she heard loud and clear.  Thank God, because all I could see in her, was her beauty.  Her voice never penetrated my mind.

And last but not least, “The Hair.” He was so arrogant as to think he could broker his New York Real Estate Power into the role of kingmaker.  Newt actually paid a visit to the king at his Tower.  He then thought since he was out of the race, why not moderate a debate.  It was scheduled but being boycotted by most of the candidates, forced its cancellation.  Oh what rage.  The hair almost flew off his head.  He then had no other choice but to drop the idea of being a moderator.  Still seething, he dropped out of the Republican Party to become an Independent.  Earthquakes hit New York.  I felt the shock down in the subway with my fellow Middle Class men.  “‘The Hair’ might run for President on the Independent Line,” I could imagine the headlines in the NY Post, thus taking away votes from the lucky man who garners the most votes in the primaries to be selected to challenge Barack Obama, thereby guaranteeing this “One Term President” a second chance to “change” America. But who reads the New York Post anyway.

God Bless America because the people are beginning to awaken.  Just like in Tunisia, the birth of the Arab Spring, an awakening of the people will be dangerous for the country.  I for one, am tired of the rhetoric, the accusations, the churlish behavior,  and childish lies. The Congress and the House —what have they done  to bring America back on her feet?  Nothing! She is still on her knees awaiting a helping hand from all parties.  I hope next year’s elections actually produce positive, constructive changes.  Oh, by the way I just realized  I forgot Rick Perry.  Commerce, that’s the answer.  Oops.

Sent from my iPad and corrected by my Dell Inspiron running Windows XP.  Dumb Apple!