Hillary Clinton survived ten rounds with six men in Vegas debate. Each of the men appeared wilted, stammering and looking for the exit. John Edwards seem to be standing at the exit ready to shoot off stage. Bill Richardson, who has issues with gaydom and second helpings, was sweating and trying to act like peace maker/Secretary of State, maybe?
Chris Dodd is cutting his hair like Bill Clinton, but that isn't going to work. Joe Biden has Robert Redford's white tooth smile and is the most experience candidate onstage, but voted for the Iraq war. Obama has to learn to fire into a reply because that, "A, A, A..." is a snore. Dennis Kucinich speaks forthrightly, never equivocates, did not vote for the Iraq war, makes more sense than Hillary and remains underrated by the media.
Asked his reaction to the punch out in Las Vegas, Bill Clinton was overheard to say, "That's my baby."
"Don't call me your baby."
On the Republican side, Rudolph Giuliani is going down with a glass jaw named Bernie Keric. At a glance, Keric recalls the term "schlemiel" and appears to be taking his buddy Giulani with him in a drip, drip, drip count. Daily revelations of the Judith Regan $100 million law suit against Rupert Murdoch are adding body blows to the 9/11 candidate.
Mitt Romney believes a dog is no different from a piece of luggage, having tied his dog Shamus to the roof of a station wagon for a trip to Canada. (Even George Bush wouldn't do that - to a dog.) Mike Huckabee has the wrong name and believes in the six day fairy tale. John McCain sold his soul to Bush, and Ron Paul, though a Libertarian, should be the Republican nominee.
"Hillary is my main squeeze."
"Don't call me your main squeeze."
If Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul were to run together on the same ticket for President of the United States, they could easily win the election.
"Hillary can make a belch lasting fifty-three seconds."
"Good thinking, Billy. That should cinch the man vote and the election."
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