Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Wednesday that in order to grow the economy "people should work longer hours" -- a comment that the Bush campaign argues was a reference to underemployed part-time workers but which Democrats are already using to attack him.
I listened to Hannity (of Fox News -- but, of course, he's a pundit!) interview Bobby Jindal, governor of Louisiana, tonight for an hour, and it seems that the GOP does have a superstar in the race...
orthy--strange but true. Jindal is an intellectual of sorts, but not on par with Obama.
You think Obama is an intellectual?
Quote from: OakdaleFTL on 2015-07-10, 18:24:52 You think Obama is an intellectual? He's smarter than a few of our posters.
Are the candidates promising anything interesting?
Legal marriage with animals and plants?
I've long argued that you should be able to marry a goat if the goat is willing, but only if the goat is willing!
Quote from: Belfrager on 2015-07-12, 11:52:36Are the candidates promising anything interesting?I understand Bernie Sanders is so surprisingly sane that they call him crazy.
I understand Bernie Sanders is so surprisingly sane that they call him crazy.
I have to look for that Bernie Sanders... (why do they all have this kind of names...)
Yup, what's a middle of the road social democrat in .de is a crazy radical around here.
Are the candidates promising anything interesting?Nudism mandatory for everybody? Legal marriage with animals and plants? That you'll take your space rockets and leave Earth forever towards Orion?
Donald Trump plans to do the space rocket thing with Mexicans--illegal and legal.
The show so far:On the Democrat side, we have Hillary Clinton and a couple of trial-horses. Seriously, the contenders only make it so that Hillary's eventual winning of the Democratic nomination isn't a coronation.On the Republican side--- some 15 contenders for nomination. Add 5 more, give them pitchforks and torches, and they're good to go as an angry, frightened mob. Make Donald Trump their spokesperson for real fun.Of that lot, Scott Walker from Wisconsin, the governor of Louisiana (I forget his name) and-- God help us-- Jeb Bush are the only ones seriously worth considering. The rest fill out the angry, frightened mob.We're in an awful lot of trouble.
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