Hey, a good ole Southern boy by the name of John Wolfe, Jr. (pictured) just might do that for us on Tuesday! May 22 is the Arkansas Democrat primary election, and Tennessee Democrat underdog just might be positioned to left a leg on the Incumbant’s parade!
Not only that, but if Wolfe gets wings in Arkansas, well then he might really catch fire a week later in Texas.
I recently predicted that The One would fall either before or at the Democrat convention …. the last few weeks, once the GOP beat-a-thon ended, is the beginning of his end.
I will go one more and predict that Wolfe will catch fire for Texas and really show just how sick rank and file Democrats are of their beloved. It is comments like this one that will really fire up the Southern Blue Dog base:
“They want a coronation,” Wolfe tells THE WEEKLY STANDARD. “They’re conflating [Obama] with the party. Are we supposed to call him ‘Dear Leader’? Is this some kind of North Korea thing?”
Wolfe gets it. Now I am sorry we did not run our own Jim Sack against “Dear Leader” here in Indiana. (Jim, I still respect you even if you will not come out against our nation’s Chief Executive Officer, aka Barack Hussein Obama, nee Indonesian (or is it Manchurian?) Barry Soetoro.)
I bet Sack would have sacked the alleged Kenyan — especially if a nontelepromptered debate was held. And Sack would likely be tempted to vote for Wolfe, what with Wolfe claiming to be running for president to send “a statement against powerful Wall Street interests and corporate abuse of power.”
Now, the man might be a Blue Dog Democrat, but I doubt it. More like the new John Edwards. (Looks like the Democrats need a new John Edwards.) According to Politico, Wolfe is “A lawyer from Chattanooga [who] speaks in a Southern drawl, and says Obama and national Democrats don’t want to acknowledge that there are members of the party like him.”
Wolfe appears to be an old-school Dixiecrat liberal lawyer, as this analysis reveals:
Wolfe has been critical of Obama for being tied too closely with Wall Street interests and not pursuing a more forthrightly liberal agenda, like a single-payer health care system that Wolfe (and other Democrats, he
says) prefer to Obamacare. And he criticizes the president’s style. “He doesn’t like to be challenged,” he says. “Strong people don’t mind dissent.”
Right, John. Some of us kinda think if Obozo is not removed from power we might end up in re-education camps. Clowns can be creepy, real creepy.
Which brings up a great point …. If Wolfe puts a good smack down on the Democrat front runner in Arkansas, should be time for a quick Texas Roadhouse debate before the May 29 Texas primary, doncha y’all think? Maybe someone will then ask each candidate if they might be, oh I don’t know, a foreign-born neo-Marxist?
Saul Alinsky (here), who was a neo-Marxist and whose father was foriegn-born and who our President looks to for inspiration, once said that “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” Ridicule on, John Wolfe, ridicule on. If you win, you gain much honor for the engagement (even if you are still obliterated in November). If you lose, well then maybe we can get to know each other over a bowl of re-education camp gruel.