Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The possibilities of President Obama's reelection.....

 Bad news may be coming for the Romney supporters. No matter what the record is, or how it's spun, an Obama 2nd term is a very good possibility. If you don't believe me, and you want proof, you need look no further than his hometown of Chicago. I offer you one Jesse Jackson Jr.

He’s being treated for bipolar disorder — a mental illness that can bring depression, mania, risky behavior and delusions.
He’s had a highly publicized relationship with a “social acquaintance” that rocked his marriage.
His name is repeatedly linked to disgraced former Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Now he’s the target of a federal investigation into “suspicious activity” into his congressional finances.
What does all this mean for Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s political future when the Nov. 6 election is a little more than three weeks away?
“He’s going to be re-elected,” political consultant Thom Serafin said. “In this particular part of the world, being a ‘D’ is so important.”

 That's what we've come to in this state and country. You can be the biggest dirt bag piece of shit in the world. Completely inept at your job. Which is disturbing, when your job is representing the people of this state. But the greatest part, is that Mr. Serafin is correct. Jackson will be reelected. He will be reelected even though he has done zero campaigning. ZERO! After all, he is sick.

 It almost says something about the peoples' right to vote.

http://www.suntimes.com/news/elections/15721717-505/despite-federal-probe-mental-illness-rep-jesse-jackson-jr-expected-to-be-re-elected.html

http://www.suntimes.com/news/elections/15777103-505/rep-jesse-jackson-jrs-turbulent-2012.html




4 comments:

  1. Yes, Jackson will be reelected. Illinois polics never creases to amaze me and my hope is that climate of corruption stays west of the Wabash.


    Sarge
    Evansville, In

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    1. You bet Sarge. I live in a special place. Not special like, everyone wants to be here. Special like, small school bus.

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    1. T- Yeah, we seem to be a never ending toilet of politics. We seem to overflow every once in awhile. The American public has dealt with that over flow for the last forty five months.
      Drop me an e-mail. I've been wondering how you are doing. Plus, you promised me pictures you Sum Bitch....Talk to ya soon Brother.

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