And Now There are Seven

With Herman Cain’s departure from the race there are now seven leaders (minus Gary Johnson and Buddy Roemer, who are pretty sane compared to the rest of the front runners).

This resulted in the brain fart of how one may compare them to the Seven Dwarfs.  Here’s my first cut at it:

Sneezy:  Mitt Romney, because his sneezes can move his opinions.

Sleepy: Rick Perry, because of his performance in the debates.

Dopey:  Michele Bachmann, because she’s a  dope.

Doc: Ron Paul, because he’s a doctor.

Happy: Jon Huntsman, because he’s not one of the others.

Bashful: Newt Gingrich, because he’s, well you get it.

Grumpy: Rick Santorum, because he’s grumpy that he’s a loser.

Those are my picks, what are yours?



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10 responses to “And Now There are Seven

  1. Doesn’t it all come down to who The Donald anoints?

  2. Dog's Eye View

    Dwarves they be. On that note: did anyone catch Jon Meacham’s column? Beyond wincing; this one makes your head and stomach hurt.

    “The Myth of the Stature Gap: Could Newt Be the Next FDR?
    Highly unlikely, but let’s remember today’s dwarf is sometimes tomorrow’s giant”

    Read more:

    dnd’s pegged the dwarves. If you prefer to think of them as Spice Girls: match the candidate to the Spicer. Some may fit more than one label.

    Shooter Spice
    Psychotic Eyes Spice
    Sensible Spice (but he’s from a cult. In the wrong party, too.)
    Astroglide Spice
    Gold Standard Spice
    Shapeshifter Spice
    White People’s Spice, Ph.D.

    and, God please Save us (a second time),
    Combover Spice

    For also rans Gary Johnson and Buddy Roemer:

    Invisible Spice
    No Labels, American Select, No party wants me, dang it Spice

  3. TempeBev

    Oh what a tangled web those repugs have woven. Dan Quayle picked Romney today! What an endorsement. I pick Joh Huntsman.

  4. Dooty

    Dog just called me and told me she had ended her trip at her mother’s home. She was off to fetch some boxes that she had shipped cross country. Seemed in good spirits.

  5. Earlier today i went into the local Hallmark store to buy a box of holiday cards. There were about 50 boxes of various christmas cards, one box of season greetings cards. I guess Hallmark isn’t interested in business from Jews, Muslims, Hindus or Buddhists.

  6. Dog's Eye View

    It was lovely catching up with Sr. Doots. And hearing about Hoot.

    Gotta put in a good word for my buddies at Greyhound Package Express. They got 15 boxes across country, in good shape, and for extremely reasonable rates. (Their associate, BoxFreighter, will save you lotso $$$ if you are shipping eight or more boxes at a time. About half what Greyhound charges, which is already reasonable.) It was so lovely not having to drag a U-Haul across country.

    And it is a beautiful country. Cannot wait to see more of it.

  7. Dog's Eye View

    Make that “BusFreighter.”

    You find them off the Greyhound Package Express website, on the GPX Partners tab.

    This commercial has now concluded.

    Having coffee before settling in to unpack some boxes. (With Christmas cards to write, and presents to wrap.)

    Happy Friday, all.

  8. Dooty

    if this idea goes thru it will be a great benefit for tiny remote Mexican town just south of Big Bend National Park in southwest Texas. I have been to the little town and it was a very cool experience.

  9. Dooty

    someone on tv today described Newty as someone that runs around with a hand grenade and his finger on the pin while yelling, “Watch this!”

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