Sunday, March 04, 2007

Pro-Gay, Anti-Gun,Adulterous, Cousin Humper Leading in Oregon

SEASIDE, Ore. (AP) - Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's presidential bid looks like it's picking up steam in Oregon.

Giuliani easily won a straw poll Sunday taken among delegates to the Dorchester Convention, an annual gathering of influential Oregon Republicans. He picked up 60 votes from attendees, nearly twice that of his closest competitor, former Georgia Rep. Newt Gingrich, who finished with 35 votes.

Among the other marquee candidates, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who has received endorsements from Oregon GOP party chair Vance Day and former gubernatorial candidate Kevin Mannix, pulled in 23 votes. Arizona Sen. John McCain brought up the rear with 19 votes, though he has won the endorsement of Oregon's most prominent Republican, U.S. Sen. Gordon Smith.

Yes, the party of morality loves them the cross dressing Mayors from East Coast cities. The cognitive dissonance created an earthquake according to anybody who has listened to the rhetoric of the GOP since Jerry Falwell put down a chicken wing long enough to mug for a camera.

Guiliani cheats publically, has no experience, has favored abortion, limits to gun rights, lived with a gay couple, dressed in drag, married his cousin, is a Catholic. If a democrat had all those qualities, Karl Rove would die from auto-erotic complications from masturbating over those possibilities for too long. With Rudy though, the media and the GOP are acting like the populace has collective amnesia about their entire agenda of the last 25 years.

I am so glad to see that Gordon Smith, of the terrified of the voters, and now opposing the war is boldly endorsing the most outspoken GOP war hawk. There hasn't been a greater mixed message since we gave Native Americans blankets as a friendly gesture.

Is this all they got? Well, Newt "the infected Giraffe" Gingrich hasn't gotten into the race yet. Perhaps he can marry Romney's wife without going through the pesky fourth divorce. There is Republican unity for 2008. All the candidates suck individually, as a whole though, they are spectacularly crappy.