Time for Bernie Sanders to End His Campaign

It’s time for Bernie Sanders to end his presidential campaign, no more ‘Bern Baby Bern’!

I am not saying this because I disagree with Bernie’s politics, or because I can’t take his constant yelling during debates, LOL. I am saying this because the man just had surgery to insert 2 stents to address a blockage in one artery.

Being President of the United States must be the most stressful job on the planet and has taken its toll on younger and healthier men than Sanders. This is not the job for a 78-year old man who just had 2 stents inserted into his chest.

This is something Sanders must come to grip with, the writing on the wall. Sanders’ campaign pulled $1.3 million in ad buys that were supposed to start running in Iowa.

At 78-years old Bernie is not going to have a miracle recovery that will allow him to campaign at the level he would need to stay competitive in the primaries. It would be more productive of Bernie to stop his campaign and to throw his support behind a candidate that shares his beliefs, and the sooner that happens the better for whoever that candidate may be.

Now will Bernie selfishly stay in the race for his own ego or will do the right thing and put country first?

As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!





F-A-Natic Fridays – Democrats still willing to fight….

With House Democrats voting to oppose Obama’s Tax Cuts Compromise this is the time for Democrats in Congress to show they have some backbone.  Just because Obama is president and he is a Democrat that doesn’t mean that Congressional Democrats have to follow his lead on every issue.  In this case it is a good time for Democrats to stand up; the people spoke loudly during the mid-term elections with their vote.  The change in Washington they hoped and wanted was for Obama not to be the typical politician.  This Tax Cuts Compromise has typical Washington Politics written all over it; so I was very pleased to hear about the House Democrats standing up and at least asking for more debate.

What was also encouraging was that Republicans like Michele ‘Nutbag’ Bachmann was even asking questions about this compromise; LOL, I know how crazy it sounds but I just kind of sorta gave Bachmann some credit.  Don’t get me wrong Bachmann is still and will always be a ‘Nutbag’ but I can’t disagree  her when it comes to spending in general (Just for the record I still disagree with her on what should be cut spending wise).  The next couple of days as we will see if more Democrats and Republicans will stand up and oppose this compromise.  It will all depend on public opinion, these kats will go where the poll number go on this issue.

I predict that more Democrats will side with the likes of Peter Welch, Anthony Weiner, and Bernie Sanders and force the president to revisit his compromise.  What will be the end result of more debate is still to be determined, I can only hope we see the Barack Obama in this video clip…

In the mean time let us hope that more Democrats will rally behind Bernie Sanders and do whatever it takes to stop this flawed compromise…

As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!!

Senator Bernie Sanders calls out GOP on tax cuts

Bravo Senator Sanders (Independent from Vermont) for having the balls to stand up and say what many Democrats are too scared say.

“We’re very concerned about the deficit, we’re very concerned about the national debt.  But you know what we’re more concerned about?  Giving HUGE tax cuts to the wealthiest people in this country”

“We just don’t have enough money for working families and their needs; we’re gonna cut back on food stamps… We’re surely not gonna expand unemployment compensation; we got a higher priority Mr. President! 

We have got to, got to, got to… give tax break to billionaires.  I mean that’s what this whole place (Congress) is about, isn’t it?  They fund the campaigns they get what’s due them…”      – Bernie Sanders on Republicans supporting tax cuts for the rich 

We need more people like Bernie Sanders (and Anthony Weiner) in politics who tell it like it is!

As always….

If there is something to be said, “It’s On Broadway” to step up and say it!!!