Hi, I’m Jim Watkins: author, speaker, threat to society. Welcome to our 2016 presidential coverage—live from the Tupperware Party convention at the Corn Borer VFW Post 7119. (I am nonpartisan, so I plan to offend all party members.)
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Last Candidate Standing!
Perhaps national elections should be staged as reality TV shows: The Amazing Political Race, Keeping Up with the Kandidates, Conservative Eye for the Liberal Guy, Dancing with the Issues or Survivor: Electoral College.
And the best part? It would run only from September through November “sweeps” each election year! [Continue reading]
Candidates need to follow ‘Yellow Brick Road’
This election, I’m looking for a man or woman who has a brain, a heart and, oh yes, courage! Both parties could use some help from “The Wizard of Oz.”
Of course, the “Wicked Witch of the Right” and the “Wicked Witch of the Left” will try to stop them as they dance off arm-in-arm to The Emerald City singing . . . [Continue reading]
God is on our side! And theirs?
Pundits are claiming that our country is “polarized” to Civil War proportions over moral, fiscal and political issues. Part of the problem maybe that the issues that polarize us as a country are religion-based. [Continue reading]
I’m too conservative to be a Democrat, too liberal to be a Republican and too OCD to be a Libertarian, so I am running with the Tupperware Party: “Putting a lid on government.”
Here are my planks in attractive, dish-washer-safe colors. And thank you, in advance, for your vote! [Continue reading]
Cartoon of the week, etc.
Last week featured the Republican contention—I mean convention—and the Democratic convention kicks off tomorrow, so . . .
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