Donald Trump Is Playing With You Because He Knows You Don’t Count

Every single day for the past I don’t know how long, somebody’s been surprised at something Donald Trump said. What’s funny about this is that Trump doesn’t even want to be POTUS.

One of the most interesting things to watch is when human beings go off on tangents because they don’t understand the game they’re actually playing.

Every single day for the past I don’t know how long, somebody’s been surprised at something Donald Trump said.

Today, the shock and awe is about Trump talking about punishing women: www.cnn.com/2016/03/30/politics/donald-trump-abortion-town-hall/

What’s funny about this is that Trump doesn’t even want to be POTUS. He noticed what I’ve been talking about for the past eight years, which is that Republicans, as intelligent as a lot of them are, never never never send their cream of the crop to attempt to become President. They always send these clowns that have no chance at all of winning and get slaughtered at the polls worse and worse every single time. Continue reading “Donald Trump Is Playing With You Because He Knows You Don’t Count”

Ron Paul Wins Last Night’s CNN Republican Debate

Ron Paul clearly won last night’s CNN Republican debate.

Watch this 28-second video to understand why. 😀

Ron Paul FTW

Ron Paul clearly won last night’s CNN Republican debate.

Watch this 28-second video to understand why. 😀


YouTube Link => youtu.be/YZPexbzJUU4

If you didn’t/couldn’t see the video, here’s what’s said in it:

  • John King: “Congressman Paul, you’ve questioned the Conservative.. Fiscal Conservative credentials of all these gentlemen, but particularly this week, senator Santorum. You have a new television ad that labels him a fake…. Why?”
  • Ron Paul: “Because he’s a fake! 😀 HAHAHAHAHA”
  • Crowd Cheers, Laughs, and Applauds.

Continue reading “Ron Paul Wins Last Night’s CNN Republican Debate”

Republican Race To The Bottom

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:

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:


YouTube Link => youtu.be/vo6SOpOE788

If we replace Chris Christie’s name in her statement with “a viable Republican candidate”, we arrive at my statement at the time.. If the Republicans didn’t get a viable candidate to run, they were going to nominate Romney and they were going to lose, barely, to President Obama. Continue reading “Republican Race To The Bottom”

President Obama Reelection Roadmap

I’m not seeing it anymore. I feel like the 2012 Republican nomination process has provided the blueprint / roadmap for the reelection of our current President, Barack Obama.

ok.. I’ve seen enough Republican tomfoolery to drop my overall prediction for how the 2012 Presidential election is going to go. >:D

As far as my predictions for New Hampshire, I was right that Romney was going to win (everybody knew that). I had hoped that Huntsman would edge out Paul, but he didn’t. I had thought that Santorum would be ahead of Gingrich, but he wasn’t. Perry was at the bottom, where he should have been, since he didn’t even campaign in New Hampshire, and Bachmann got 343 votes, even though she already dropped out of the race.

Here’s what I think is going to happen, going forward, which should result in the reelection of President Obama: Continue reading “President Obama Reelection Roadmap”

Brokered Conventions

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…

Send In The Clowns

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… Continue reading “Brokered Conventions”

You’re Going To Have To Debate President Obama

I still say the Republicans haven’t fielded their real Presidential Candidates yet, and they’re using the current set as bait, to see how the Democrats treat them and how their ideas are received by the American public.

The names I mentioned a long time ago, Chris Christie and Paul Ryan are popping up more and more frequently on the talk shows, while the Republican pundits look and sound less and less confident of their chances to defeat President Obama in the upcoming election, as well they should.

I had wanted to talk about specifics about last night’s Google / Fox News debate, but the candidates’ commentary and behavior was redundant, so I’m just going to keep this very simple, so simpletons can understand this.

Whomever the Republicans send to the big dance is GOING. TO. HAVE. TO. DEBATE. BARACK. OBAMA. Continue reading “You’re Going To Have To Debate President Obama”

How To Color Correct Obama


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Whomever you think is the best candidate, it’s in your best interest to VOTE this Tuesday, November 4th, 2008 in the United States Presidential Election.

Bre Pettis, Justin Johnson, Clint Comer and I are all releasing new videos every weekday of November 2008, and re-releasing “old” videos every Saturday and Sunday. Check the far right sidebar for avatars with links to their videoblogs.

My first contribution is this video I made in March, 2008 which shows how to scene-match video footage using filters in Final Cut Pro. I figured I’d bring it back since the election’s so close, and it reminds me of how different things were back in March, before the Democrats or Republicans had selected their representatives and before their representatives had selected their running mates.

It’s been interesting. Let’s see what happens on the 4th! 😀
~Bill