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The Blues: What they missed at the debate

“When you ain’t got no money, you got the blues; when you ain’t got no money to pay your rent, you damn sure got the blues…


The debate can be viewed live on your pc here.

What do you think?  And if Newt or Romney win, I’m goin’ upstairs, gonna bring back down my clothes…

nessa
Retired Paratrooper, Biker, Tattoo Artist

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  1. I have a question about what the candidates answered about a constitutional amendment for marriage. Are Herman Cain and Ron Paul the only two that favored state by state instead of constitutional amendment. Did Michelle Bachmann favor both? Did anyone think Michelle seemed sort of goofy saying American Idol can pick one of the candidates on the stage for her cabinet? Also, what is so hard about choosing one – Elvis or Johnny Cash?

  2. What is remarkable, nessa, is that you posted this just before, or just as the debate was getting started. How did you know this element was going to be missing? 🙂 I think if this part of it can be brought to bear during the actual campaign, next spring, summer, fall, our guy/gal could win in a landslide. There just needs to be more people of ……influence…..shoutin’ the blues.

    • LOL, it was officially blues day at the shop Bob, this was just timelt, or karma, whichever. Its a nice way to work with Muddy Waters, SRV, Robert Johnson, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, James Cotton, Charlie Musselwhite and of course William Clarke along with a few more, providing inspiration.

      Howlin’ Wolf started to explain exactly what I was feeling, just as the debate began and I figured I wasn’t the only American feeling the blues, exactly as he described. As much as I like some of the candidates I know they ain’t feelin’ the blues. If you say, “If you ain’t got no money for a television commercial, you got the blues, if you ain’t got no money to fly to Iowa and support ethanol subsidies, you damn sure got the blues…” It just doesn’t ring true.

      Maybe next time I’ll throw one up for Newt, Romney and the other RINOs, how about Muddy Waters? “I got my mojo workin’, it just don’t work on you!”

      • Can you see a campaign commercial starring BB King and Lucille doing ‘The Thrill is Gone’, cut to Obama stuttering and stammering, faces of brothers and sisters with looks of dismay on their faces? Just sayin’.

  1. I have a question about what the candidates answered about a constitutional amendment for marriage. Are Herman Cain and Ron Paul the only two that favored state by state instead of constitutional amendment. Did Michelle Bachmann favor both? Did anyone think Michelle seemed sort of goofy saying American Idol can pick one of the candidates on the stage for her cabinet? Also, what is so hard about choosing one – Elvis or Johnny Cash?

  2. What is remarkable, nessa, is that you posted this just before, or just as the debate was getting started. How did you know this element was going to be missing? 🙂 I think if this part of it can be brought to bear during the actual campaign, next spring, summer, fall, our guy/gal could win in a landslide. There just needs to be more people of ……influence…..shoutin’ the blues.

    • LOL, it was officially blues day at the shop Bob, this was just timelt, or karma, whichever. Its a nice way to work with Muddy Waters, SRV, Robert Johnson, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, James Cotton, Charlie Musselwhite and of course William Clarke along with a few more, providing inspiration.

      Howlin’ Wolf started to explain exactly what I was feeling, just as the debate began and I figured I wasn’t the only American feeling the blues, exactly as he described. As much as I like some of the candidates I know they ain’t feelin’ the blues. If you say, “If you ain’t got no money for a television commercial, you got the blues, if you ain’t got no money to fly to Iowa and support ethanol subsidies, you damn sure got the blues…” It just doesn’t ring true.

      Maybe next time I’ll throw one up for Newt, Romney and the other RINOs, how about Muddy Waters? “I got my mojo workin’, it just don’t work on you!”

      • Can you see a campaign commercial starring BB King and Lucille doing ‘The Thrill is Gone’, cut to Obama stuttering and stammering, faces of brothers and sisters with looks of dismay on their faces? Just sayin’.

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