Did He Say Loser or Poser?

April 29, 2012 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

John Boehner is as out of touch with reality as a Kardashian on crack blindfolded during plastic surgery.

He’s trying to sell Mitt Romney to the American people.  Get this approach:

“The American people do not want to vote for a loser,” Boehner told CNN’s “State of the Union with Candy Crowley.” “They don’t want to vote for someone who hasn’t been successful. I think Mitt Romney has a chance to show the American people that they, too, can succeed.”

Well, hell, I guess so.  Mitt Romney is successful in the same way that Paris Hilton is successful, and damn, I wouldn’t want either one of them to be President.  Plus,  Paris and Mitt both will get a tax cut in a Romney presidency even though neither of them are job creators.

So then Boehner tried this one —

“I’ve known the governor for for 15 years. He’s a very likable person,” Boehner said.

Well so is Bozo the Clown but he’s not getting my vote either.

The best they can come up with is that he didn’t lose his Daddy’s money and he’s likable?

Y’all I think he wants us to vote for Charlie Sheen.

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14 Comments to “Did He Say Loser or Poser?”

  1. fenway fran says:

    Yeah, who was a loser in 2008? Huh???

  2. Poor John. I’m sure the Romney camp (who can’t seem to keep their nominee, Little Lord Fauntleroy’s silver foot out of his boring mouth) thanks Rep. Boehner for his embarrassing endorsement.

  3. Mary in San Antonio says:

    Have you noticed how Rmoney has not gotten any ringing endorsements from any of the major Republican players? And how do they think the person who lost to McCain in 2008 has much chance of beating Obama? Since there has not been a whole lot of enthusiasm by any of the Republicans for Rmoney, I cannot help but think they are basically resigned to losing the White House again this time around.

  4. Ralph Wiggam says:

    “They don’t want to vote for someone who hasn’t been successful.”

    I might remind Mr. Boehner that G. W. Bush got more votes in his second election than his first, after he failed miserably in his first term. So apparently they can be persuaded to vote for abject failure.


  5. One problem is that Romney is “successful” at the expense of ordinary people. His taxes are unfairly low because he and his cronies can afford good lobbyists.

  6. People who are born to wealth, are always successful…. at least at one thing: Spending their daddy’s money.

  7. Curious GOP strategy, this “Aw, C’mon, America, He’s OK…Really!” Such palpable enthusiasm…who wouldn’t want to jump on that bandwagon (rolls eyes).

    And what does “they don’t want to vote for someone who hasn’t been successful” mean? Doesn’t being elected President of the United States kinda sorta make one a success?

  8. daChipster says:

    Thus spake Boehner:

    House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) says that President Barack Obama is “diminishing the presidency” by fighting for low student loan rates, a fairer tax structure and regulations on oil speculators.

    So making education affordable, taking a chunk out of the deficit and protecting gas prices from overcaffeinated money junkies DIMINISHES the Presidency?

    I think the House must be starting each day by passing a Continuing Resolution of Stupid, on a strict party-line vote.

  9. What a petulant little whiner. Let me restate that: What a petulant, DELUSIONAL little whiner. Brother Jack (Daniels) or one of his close relatives must have taken Johnnie’s last few brain cells.

  10. Never fails to amuse me when Boehner the Weepy pontificates about what “The American People” want.

  11. I agree with all the comments thus far plus this gave me a good laugh this morning:

    “John Boehner is as out of touch with reality as a Kardashian on crack blindfolded during plastic surgery.”

    If any Democrat sits back on their laurels, thinking all the other Dems will insure Obama is reelected, they had better rethink their voting position … both here and for all those that will, hopefully, be sending in their absentee ballots! We absolutely have to have a massive flood of Democrats voting in November to ensure no Republican gets a toe in the door! I can’t even begin to ponder what a Republican in the White House at this time would do to this country … it just makes my brain hurt to think about such a disaster!!

  12. daChipster says:

    Good point Marcia, but better still, we want redress all the grievous down-ticket races as well. The GOTP may have a very thin bench for the White House, but the crazies are lined up 5- and 6-deep for the House, while the lines for the various legislatures stretch all the way back to the asylum and/or church doors.

    My advice to all and sundry, as an old-time political pro, is to spend as much time as you can learning the ins and outs of these crazy new voting laws, and then BEATING THEM with a solid registration and GOTV effort.

    It’s not that the nice little old lady next door who just loves that young Obama fellow needs a ride to the polls anymore. You may have to help her gather the proper documentation to even get a ballot. So you may have to drive her to the DMV to get an ID card.


    Also, make full and complete use of the absentee/early voting wherever you can. Learn these laws, as well.

    The only thing these “defenders of democracy” fear more than commufascisocialism is actual democracy. When it comes to voter turnout, for the GOTP there can indeed be too much of a good thing.

    For the rest of us, too much democracy is still not enough.

  13. When I saw that headline from Boehner I had a brief hope that he would announce he was retiring. No such luck.

  14. Dang, JJ, the coffee just went through the nose.\! Bozo the Clown? Perfect.