Tuesday, March 06, 2007

I Just Went Back In Time To Look Into The Future

- From Drudge, Will a blood clot force Cheney to step down?
- From InstaPundit, Mark Daniels wonders if Dick Cheney will resign.

......and on August 24, 2005 and crossed linked to February 27, 2006, Joe Gringo posted "Cheney To Retire After Mid-Term Elections?

My predictions are bit different now, still wouldn't be surprised if Cheney steps down, and according to Sun Bigan, China's special envoy to the Middle East says Pres. Bush appoints Condi Rice as VP replacing Dick Cheney and John Negroponte replaces Rice. Sun Bigan has come to some surprising conclusions concerning the future of the Iranian nuclear impasse--and the embattled Bush administration.

Bigan, who has been encouraging Iran to negotiate a face-saving settlement of the nuclear issue, is said to believe that conditions are ripe for a diplomatic breakthrough in the wake of the North Korean disarmament deal. Bigan's view, according to a China Confidential, is that the six-party agreement and subsequent deescalation of rhetoric between The Norks and Washington has seriously undercut the administration's "pro-war" faction, headed by Vice President Dick Cheney, and strengthened the peace-preserving power of the State Department. Bigan believes the Rice for Cheney, Negroponte for Rice swap is going to take place........interesting times.

Anyway, I wrote August 24, 2005........

How's this for a possibility? Cheney will step down in 2007, citing health reasons, Bush will appoint Guliani as VP. Why? The 2008 elections would be the first time in over 50 years that the incumbent party would not have anyone running for Pres., and I don't think Cheney has it in him for another 8 years (even though I would vote for him).

Democrat nominees:Pres. - HillaryVP - Gov. Bill Richardson or Sen Evan Bayh

Richardson brings a lot of Washington DC experience, his recent moves on immigration may prove to a big plus for him, considering neither party has done anything on this all too important topic.Many Democrats may see Evan Bayh as just the candidate they need in the wake of Kerry's recent loss. He is a strong Democrat from a solidly "red" state, i.e., he was overwhelmingly elected to a second term as senator even as George W. Bush overwhelmingly carried his state in the presidential election (as all Republican candidates have in recent presidential elections).Can't wait to see Kerry, Gore, Howard Dean and John Edwards campaign strategy in 2008, what a pack of crap this group is.Guliani wins. Hillary is too polarizing and a socialist.

It's fun to see what has transpired since.......John Kerry pulls a...well, a Jon Carrey, among all of the stellar inventions of Al Gore, he invents Global Warming and is in a movie that wins an Oscar on global warming yet all of the leftoid dork-bats think he is the winning recipient, even if he was, so what, you won't remember it a year from now. What picture won Best Picture 2 years ago?

See I told you.

John Edwards is called a faggot by Ann Coulter and Howie Dean is just fun to look at and reminisce about just how dang close he came to being the 2004 Democratic Presidential candidate........"YYYYYYeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhrrrrrrr!"


At 1:30 PM, Anonymous antone - seattle said...

Hey Joe, that's why I come here dude, interesting stuff!


At 3:01 PM, Blogger Joe Gringo said...

Thanks Antone, always appreciate you stopping by. The wife still refer to you as the Black Gringo??


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