Does anyone out “there” get the feeling that we’re being pushed to vote for Romney in the primary? Are you having your arm twisted? That’s because the elitists want you to think that nobody but Romney can possible beat Obama. Personally I think ANY of the candidates running for the nomination could beat Obama. Even that proverbial yellow dog that I’ve heard about all my life could beat him. Oh wait…I KNOW a yellow dog. Her name is Annabelle. I also know two cockapoos – one white and one black – Jammer and Allie – that could probably beat the Marxist-in-Chief, hands down. I mean paws down! Arf…arf…!!!
I’m sick to death of Romney being promoted over all the other promising candidates.
Geeezzzz I remember a few weeks ago on Bill O’Reilly’s show how he acted one night when Dick Morris was his guest. Dick was asked to give his opinion about the various candidates. He did! However, when he got to the last two on his list, Herman Cain and one other, whose name I don’t remember, or probably never heard, because Bill burst into uncontrollable, hysterical laughter at the mention of Herman Cain, and the very thought that Cain could be a viable candidate. Of course now that Herman Cain is either ahead of, or tied with, Romney in the polls, O’Reilly can’t ignore him anymore. It’s obvious that he doesn’t like him. But he has to eat crow now or else. He has to give him credit where credit is due, but it looks like it chokes him to say it.
It won’t work to try to push Romney on everyone. All of us have our favorite candidate, whether it’s Cain or somebody else, who we will vote for, no matter how hard our arm is twisted.
Here’s a recipe for crow. Have fun.
3 bacon slices
stuffing of your choice
1 diced carrot
1 diced onion
hot water or stock
1/4 cup shortening
1/4 cup flour
Clean and dress crows; stuff and place them upright in
the slices of bacon. Add the carrot, onion and a
and cover with boiling water or stock.
Cover the pot and let simmer for 2-3 hours, or until
boiling water or stock when necessary.
Make a sauce of the shortening and flour and 2 cups of
remaining in the pan.
Serve each crow on a thin slice of moistened toast,
and pour gravy