Haridopolos Radio, Anthony Wiener's well….and Pizza with Palin and the Donald

There is just a lot of non-sense going around. Let’s get to it.

Mike Haridopolos Radio:

Okay, Pop quiz. You’re running for U.S Senate in Florida and you’ve got a tough GOP primary coming up. You go on a radio show and the host asks you if you have voted in favor of the medicare plan of a very popular, fellow conservative. You answer with?

A) Absolutely, I think Paul Ryan’s plan for medicare is right on. I hope the people of Florida will provide me with the opportunity to go to Washington and support more of this kind of legislation.

B) I think we need to look at all of our options. I would’ve voted no for this version of the bill but, we need to keep working and find a solution that keeps medicare from going broke.

C) Use the 5 D’s of Dodgeball…Dodge, dip, dive, duck, and …dodge the question. Then get booted off the face of terrestrial radio by the host.

Haridopolos chose C. Here have a listen.

This clip is going off on the web, and it’s what everyone is talking about. I really don’t understand what happened. Shouldn’t you have a clear stance on one of the most controversial issues in politics right now? You can add this to the laundry list of things that Haridopolos has goofed on over the last few months. The overpriced book he wrote and sold to Brevard Community College, the meltdown that took place at the end of the state session and now this. Wow…he’s going to have to start healing like Wolverine, if he wants to stay competitive in this Senate Primary.

The right answer? A: it’s the only plan on the table right now and until someone comes up with something better, I don’t want to keep ignoring the problem.

My man Mike, did release a statement afterward, and said amendments were necessary to Paul Ryan’s medicare plan.

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Anthony Weiner allegedly Tweets a picture of his Junk:

Anthony Weiner (ween-er or wh-iner, it’s just impossible to pronounce his name without insulting him) is one of my least favorite liberals in all of American politics today. He attacks party over policy, he gets into shouting matches on the house floor, and his antics are about as funny as an episode of antiques roadshow.

He’s a troll-like, mini-me of an Alan Grayson without the one-liners or production value.

Let’s have a look:

That knucklehead. Why won’t he let law enforcement investigate? Let the feds have a look and release a report proving his innocence. He’s suppose to be a front-runner for New York Mayor next year, is he going to let this follow him for the rest of his life? This has conservatives all over the country, fist-pumping, hash-tagging and laughing all the over the information super-highway.

It’s hard to sympathize with ultra-partisan, bomb throwers and this is no exception.

Pizza with Sarah and Donald: You know that question that you’ve probably been asked a few times? If you could have dinner with any 5 people; living or dead, who would they be?

I’m certain Sarah Palin or Donald Trump don’t make the list very often.

Still, earlier this week the two had pizza in New York and talked about god knows what. I imagine it was stunt that will keep Palin in the public eye and hopefully lure in some of “The Donald’s” supporters.

Barehands or Fork and Knife?

Don’t get me wrong, I’d love to grab pizza in NYC with any of these two. Heck, I’ll hunt turkeys in Wasilla if it meant I could have a long conversation with Palin. Just because I give them a hard time on their Presidential plans and media faux pas, doesn’t mean it wouldn’t be cool to hang out with these guys.

See you later,

Haridopolos Radio, Anthony Wiener’s well….and Pizza with Palin and the Donald

There is just a lot of non-sense going around. Let’s get to it.

Mike Haridopolos Radio:

Okay, Pop quiz. You’re running for U.S Senate in Florida and you’ve got a tough GOP primary coming up. You go on a radio show and the host asks you if you have voted in favor of the medicare plan of a very popular, fellow conservative. You answer with?

A) Absolutely, I think Paul Ryan’s plan for medicare is right on. I hope the people of Florida will provide me with the opportunity to go to Washington and support more of this kind of legislation.

B) I think we need to look at all of our options. I would’ve voted no for this version of the bill but, we need to keep working and find a solution that keeps medicare from going broke.

C) Use the 5 D’s of Dodgeball…Dodge, dip, dive, duck, and …dodge the question. Then get booted off the face of terrestrial radio by the host.

Haridopolos chose C. Here have a listen.

This clip is going off on the web, and it’s what everyone is talking about. I really don’t understand what happened. Shouldn’t you have a clear stance on one of the most controversial issues in politics right now? You can add this to the laundry list of things that Haridopolos has goofed on over the last few months. The overpriced book he wrote and sold to Brevard Community College, the meltdown that took place at the end of the state session and now this. Wow…he’s going to have to start healing like Wolverine, if he wants to stay competitive in this Senate Primary.

The right answer? A: it’s the only plan on the table right now and until someone comes up with something better, I don’t want to keep ignoring the problem.

My man Mike, did release a statement afterward, and said amendments were necessary to Paul Ryan’s medicare plan.

——

Anthony Weiner allegedly Tweets a picture of his Junk:

Anthony Weiner (ween-er or wh-iner, it’s just impossible to pronounce his name without insulting him) is one of my least favorite liberals in all of American politics today. He attacks party over policy, he gets into shouting matches on the house floor, and his antics are about as funny as an episode of antiques roadshow.

He’s a troll-like, mini-me of an Alan Grayson without the one-liners or production value.

Let’s have a look:

That knucklehead. Why won’t he let law enforcement investigate? Let the feds have a look and release a report proving his innocence. He’s suppose to be a front-runner for New York Mayor next year, is he going to let this follow him for the rest of his life? This has conservatives all over the country, fist-pumping, hash-tagging and laughing all the over the information super-highway.

It’s hard to sympathize with ultra-partisan, bomb throwers and this is no exception.

Pizza with Sarah and Donald: You know that question that you’ve probably been asked a few times? If you could have dinner with any 5 people; living or dead, who would they be?

I’m certain Sarah Palin or Donald Trump don’t make the list very often.

Still, earlier this week the two had pizza in New York and talked about god knows what. I imagine it was stunt that will keep Palin in the public eye and hopefully lure in some of “The Donald’s” supporters.

Barehands or Fork and Knife?

Don’t get me wrong, I’d love to grab pizza in NYC with any of these two. Heck, I’ll hunt turkeys in Wasilla if it meant I could have a long conversation with Palin. Just because I give them a hard time on their Presidential plans and media faux pas, doesn’t mean it wouldn’t be cool to hang out with these guys.

See you later,

Political Stocks: Who's up, Who's down in O-town

We haven’t done political stocks in a while, let’s try to get the ball rolling on it again, especially with the 2012 GOP Presidential hopefuls turning up.

Who’s up?:

1. Mike Huckabee: Whaaaaaaat? You’re probably wondering why someone who’s announced that they’re not going to run for President might have their stock on the rise. Well, when Mike Huckabee decided that his heart just wasn’t into the idea of another run at the White House, he immediately received calls from Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty, and others to offer kind words supporting his decision, not to run.

In other words, they were kissing his rear, fishing for an endorsement.

Huckabee leaves a huge social conservative void in the GOP primary. If anyone can get a picture and a kind word from Huck, they might pick up the difference they need to put them out front.

2. House Speaker Dean Cannon: The big opinion leaders in Central Florida have agreed that the Florida Speaker of the House, imposed his will with the state legislature this past session.

Need some proof? Watch this video from the St. Pete Times.
I’m convinced the guy is a Cyborg, he even snubbed the opportunity for a man who was wrongly imprisoned for 27 years to receive compensation.

Stone cold, I tell ya but, he had a heck of a session.

3. Candidate for U.S Senate Adam Hasner: You hear that buzzing noise?…….You will.

Holding Steady:

1. Candidate for U.S Senate Mike Haridopolos: The State Senate Meltdown definitely would have landed the Senate Prez in the down category but, he offered counter programming in the form of big endorsements from Mike Huckabee and Florida CFO Jeff Atwater.

2. Florida Governor Rick Scott: Sunrail, Governor. What’s it gonna be?

Who’s Down”

1. Donald Trump: Unlike Huckabee, when “The Donald” decided against running for President (again) sighs of relief could be heard across the GOP landscape. It’s been a fast downward spiral for Trump since, the President called him out at the Press Correspondent Dinner, and released his birth certificate.

2.OC Commissioner Ted Edwards: Got called out for using his Amway Center Box Seats to see Usher, Tim Mcgraw, and Lady Gaga. Wasn’t illegal but he could have done without that coverage.

3. The Barking Tree Frog: I hate when animals get dissed. Our friend was denied the opportunity to be Florida’s state amphibian.

Apparently, Dean Cannon didn't care much for our friend here either.

Political Stocks: Who’s up, Who’s down in O-town

We haven’t done political stocks in a while, let’s try to get the ball rolling on it again, especially with the 2012 GOP Presidential hopefuls turning up.

Who’s up?:

1. Mike Huckabee: Whaaaaaaat? You’re probably wondering why someone who’s announced that they’re not going to run for President might have their stock on the rise. Well, when Mike Huckabee decided that his heart just wasn’t into the idea of another run at the White House, he immediately received calls from Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty, and others to offer kind words supporting his decision, not to run.

In other words, they were kissing his rear, fishing for an endorsement.

Huckabee leaves a huge social conservative void in the GOP primary. If anyone can get a picture and a kind word from Huck, they might pick up the difference they need to put them out front.

2. House Speaker Dean Cannon: The big opinion leaders in Central Florida have agreed that the Florida Speaker of the House, imposed his will with the state legislature this past session.

Need some proof? Watch this video from the St. Pete Times.
I’m convinced the guy is a Cyborg, he even snubbed the opportunity for a man who was wrongly imprisoned for 27 years to receive compensation.

Stone cold, I tell ya but, he had a heck of a session.

3. Candidate for U.S Senate Adam Hasner: You hear that buzzing noise?…….You will.

Holding Steady:

1. Candidate for U.S Senate Mike Haridopolos: The State Senate Meltdown definitely would have landed the Senate Prez in the down category but, he offered counter programming in the form of big endorsements from Mike Huckabee and Florida CFO Jeff Atwater.

2. Florida Governor Rick Scott: Sunrail, Governor. What’s it gonna be?

Who’s Down”

1. Donald Trump: Unlike Huckabee, when “The Donald” decided against running for President (again) sighs of relief could be heard across the GOP landscape. It’s been a fast downward spiral for Trump since, the President called him out at the Press Correspondent Dinner, and released his birth certificate.

2.OC Commissioner Ted Edwards: Got called out for using his Amway Center Box Seats to see Usher, Tim Mcgraw, and Lady Gaga. Wasn’t illegal but he could have done without that coverage.

3. The Barking Tree Frog: I hate when animals get dissed. Our friend was denied the opportunity to be Florida’s state amphibian.

Apparently, Dean Cannon didn't care much for our friend here either.

White House releases President Barack Obama's Birth Certificate

Well, here you go.

President Barack Obama's birth certificate. Now, can we get back to the real issues?

Today, the White House released President Obama’s long form birth certificate verifying what everyone already knows. He was born in this country.

Of course the biggest birther of them all, Donald Trump was quick to accept credit for this “stunning revelation”, in an attempt to spin one of the silliest political tactics of the election cycle. This ploy will doubt send the ratings for The Apprentice soaring, as he plans to announce his presidential intentions on the show’s season finale.

I’m guessing, he won’t run and it will be brilliant marketing, through ridiculous means.

Now, can we get back to more pressing matters like, the massive deficit and unemployment problem this country is facing. Seriously.