posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 06:50 AM
I just watched him blast the banks and the lobbyists on MSNBC's morning show, and then he laid out a hell of a campaign financing overhaul structure.
I'm an Obama supporter, but if there wasn't a bright mind that's capable of doing two things at once in the running (that would be Obama, by the
way), I'd be all over this guy - working the trenches for him - even though hes a total dark horse, and will never even get on the primary ballot in
Here's the guy's Wiki - en.wikipedia.org...
If you're a real conservative, and really want the government to stay away from Wall St, (and vice versa) this guy's your man. I just love the way
he laughed just now as he revealed the host of Obama's recent NYC 35K per plate fund raiser - "Goldman friggin' Sachs!" he said, and man, he saw
the irony in the whole "too big to lose" issue and how it was supposed to be taken care of by now.
Like I said, I like Obama's mind, but I love Buddy's pure soul. He needs to be the president of something that'll have the power to make a
difference. I think we need that guy in the effort of fixing thing on a big scale. I'm impressed.
The first Republican I've liked since -
ever....I suppose. I liked the idea of Reagan, but the reality of Reagan ended up being pretty watered down and flaccid in comparison. Not that you'd
think so if all you knew of the man's record was what the RNC has trotted out in marketing literature.
Buddy Roemer is pretty impressive, and I'm just glad that someone like that is even interested in fixing the layers of disaster that we're
struggling to exist beneath. Most of those kinds of people have walked off on us already.