Posts Tagged ‘Ed Rollins’

The Hair Has Spoken

January 3, 2008

The HairMitt Romney is the Republican version of manly John Edwards, the Silky Pony. I guess he was trying to be funny, but this is about as stupid as it gets.

Mitt Romney made a tongue-in-cheek plea Thursday for Ed Rollins, the Huckabee campaign chairman who recently said that he wanted to knock Romney’s teeth out, to keep his hands off his well-quaffed hair.


“I saw just yesterday the chairman of Gov. Huckabee’s campaign said that he would like to knock my teeth out.”

“My only comment on that,” he added, “is don’t touch the hair.”

Pathetic. Rollins could take him.

— Psycheout



December 14, 2007

SonriseI’m just brainstorming here, but given the current Huckaboom and hints at a potential Huckasweep, I think I’ve come up with a good campaign slogan for Mike Huckabee. Huck, you’re free to use this.

Sonrise in America

Maybe some of you are too young to remember Reagan’s “Morning in America” ads that revived optimism after the malaise days of the disastrous Jimmah Carter Presidency had finally been stamped. And Ed Rollins, who recently signed on to Huckabee’s campaign, engineered that 1984 landslide victory for the Reagan/Bush Administration.

Here’s that ad. Roll the tape.

It’s time for a new morning in America, it’s time for a Sonrise. In His Holy name. Amen.

— Psycheout