Rick “Daffy” Santorum beaten by Mitt “Bugs” Romney in Iowa Caucus

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Former U.S. Senator and super evangelical Christian Rick (Daffy) Santorum was defeated by super businessman Mormon Mitt (Bugs) Romney in the Iowa caucus by less than 9 votes.

Fortunately for America the Iowa caucuses are meaningless.  There is no substance, no credibility, and no reason to believe the potential outcomes.  A good example: in 2008 evangelical bible banger Mike (Elmer Fudd) Huckabee, won the majority.  Today, he’s working for the insurance companies trying to overturn the Obama health care law. That’s his job; fucking up America’s middle class and still trying to kill the bunny.

So, the cartoon characters that make up the Republican presidential candidates will continue to take their show on the road.  When it’s all done Mitt (Bugs) Romney will be the nominee and just a few months later Barack Obama will beat him 53% to 47%.

The Obama haters will continue to hate, and the Republicans will continue to whine and obstruct.  It will be business as usual in Washington D.C. despite the Iowa caucuses.

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 Rick Daffy Santorum beaten by Mitt Bugs Romney in Iowa Caucus
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One Response to Rick “Daffy” Santorum beaten by Mitt “Bugs” Romney in Iowa Caucus

  1. Bobby3036 Reply

    January 4, 2012 at 10:18 am

    Love the Looney Tunes Intro man. LOL LOL!

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