So it appears that the “Jobs Plan” is merely to remove the competition. Remove the low-level workers from the Minimum Wage jobs, and disallow high-level workers from remaining in the USA and contributing to our economy instead of whatever country they came from.
I’m an Independent. I can vote for whomever I want.
Assuming a Brokered Convention, in which case, there would be a Republican running that I might actually vote for… In order for me to vote for that person, it would require that a) they could prove to me that President Obama’s plan is *BAD*, and b) they could convince me that their jobs plan is *BETTER*.
It’s really that simple.
This 2012 Republican nomination process has gone from amusing to funny to stupid to embarrassing to pathetic.
When I first started watching this fiasco unfold, I figured the end result would be exactly what Ann Coulter said:
I told you from the beginning that this cycle’s selection of Republican candidates is an absolute clown show, to put it kindly.
I also asked two main questions. The first one was “Where are the broke (poor) Republicans?”. The second was “How come none of the better Republicans (Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, etc) want to run, if they think it’s going to be so easy to defeat President Obama in 2012?”.
I was previously done talking about this tomfoolery, but the last few days, the pundits have been talking about something they hadn’t mentioned this entire time…