The real thoughts from Demorats, Pt II:

A wonderful video of Gwendolyn Chapman, from in Jackson, Mississippi.

Gwendolyn Chapman is a candidate running for mayor of Jackson, Mississippi.  You can see she has a rather unique platform, and an interesting patois.

Her motto is: “Move the change forward to a one-love.”  She believes in “familyhood” and unity.  She believes she is the best candidate for the “mayoritorial” race because she has a perfect financial economic plan.

She says: “the United States spends over a trillion dollars a year on product made of industrial hemp.”  She claims that Mississippi is an “aljicultural state,” and that “there is a Constitutional right to take that same product that the United States spends over in China, United Kingdom and other countries, we can use that money.”

Ms Chapman wants you to vote for her because “cannibis is made of cotton, corn, it’s made of petroleum, it’s made of all that you can name of.”  But the important thing is, “if there is to be a nuclear warfare this plant would dissolve nuclear radiation and repeal it.”

Finally: “let’s rise from the bottom to the top.”

I must admit, Ms Chapman makes a compelling argument.



The real thoughts from Demorats, Pt I:

North Carolina Democrat LetterThank you sir, whoever you are, for putting in print your true thoughts.  You’re precisely why Conservatives are Conservatives, and you confirm our beliefs that Leftists couldn’t care less about our foundational documents.  And that damned Constitution, written a hundred years ago.



AG Eric Holder is hospitalized; will Hillary Clinton’s health cause her not to run?

Hillary Clinton TiredFirst, Eric Holder was hospitalized for a short time this morning in DC for dizziness and shortness of breath; he has since been discharged.

Then, from The Daily Caller:

“Whispers persist that Hillary won’t run: Health may be worse than disclosed

by Alex Pappas

If you listen to the chattering class in Washington, D.C., Hillary Clinton is a virtual certainty for the 2016 Democratic nomination, and the front-runner in the next presidential race.

But in private, rumors persist that the former Secretary of State may not even be capable of making it to Iowa and New Hampshire. Clinton, these skeptics often say, will not run for president again because of health concerns.

Tactical question: if so, then who would the Demorats pick as a substitute for Clinton?  Your thoughts?