Hey, I’m sorry, but in looking over the Republican field of presidential candidates the only one that it seems to me makes any kind of sense is John Kasich – the reality is that Kasich has about as much a chance of being nominated as O’Malley did for the Democrats.
The media buzz now is all about Ted Cruz, and of course Marco Rubio, but Ted Cruz? Really?
Cruz, a wannabe modern day Moses, if he isn’t exactly a prophet then he’s speaking for god anyway and hinting that the outcome of this election won’t be the result of something so mundane as mere voting but a higher power.
But you see, that’s the problem. Suppose Cruz doesn’t win, what kind of excuse can he come up with – that the higher power had a change of heart? Or that somewhere along the line Cruz being mortal went astray and is being given a time out, had the mantle suspended?
Nah, that would never work, it would have to be something along the lines of a conspiracy set in motion by that entity that runs around with horns and a pitchfork.
I don’t believe the evangelical fervor he wrapped himself in for his Iowa theatrics will be enough to sustain him across the country. But his evangelical understudy Marco Rubio isn’t much more than the flipside of the same coin.
With the success they experienced in Iowa playing the god card I’m curious if they will sustain the rhetoric throughout their campaigns to the same degree or moderate it depending about location and audience?
What flies in Iowa might not elsewhere.
These two should combine their act as a tag team and take it to one of those wrestling
organizations, maybe enter the ring to the strains of Amazing Grace and deliver a short
homily before the match begins.
Such a team would be natural – the good vs evil thing.
Stephen Colbert has kind of started a thing with “celebrity couples names”, maybe this duos celebrity couple name could be Ruuz, as in ruse – Deja Ruuz would be better as you’ve seen and heard the same bullshit from them before.