Presidente Luiz Dobbs?

Monday, November 23, 2009

Former CNN personality and raging xenophobe, Lou Dobbs, told WTOP radio in Washington DC that he’s thinking of running for president in 2012.

Dobbs, who is no fan of Mexican immigrants, is serious and is even reaching out to Latino groups to see if he can mend fences.

Dobbs told WTOP radio about his presidential aspirations:

“It’s one of the discussions that we’re having. For the first time, I’m actually listening to some people about politics. We’ve got to do something in this country and I think that being in the public arena means you’ve got to be part of the solution. I feel liberated. I feel emancipated. I’m exhilarated.”

Perhaps, Dobbs could ask the equally delusional Sarah Palin to be his vice presidential running mate? Estos conservadores están locos! Ole!

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16 Responses to Presidente Luiz Dobbs?

  1. Dale L. Suyeishi says:

    With New Jersey moving to the right in the last election, I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if Dobbs formed a coalition to take national and run as an Independent.

    Dobbs has a huge ego (think Reagan and Bush II) and with a little money and media exposure, Dobbs could just pull it off.

    Now, whether or not he would win in a general election is another question. Hispanics don’t like him and neither do liberals, gays and progressives.

    I can’t see Dobbs carrying cities like Los Angeles and Chicago with huge Hispanic populations.

  2. Pechanga says:

    Maybe 2012 is the end of the world after all?

  3. retahyajyajav says:

    If Dobbs becomes president I am relocating to either Australia or Spain.

    Seriously. I will not live in the U.S. if that asshole makes it to the White House.

    Same with Palin. I’m outta’ here.

  4. Harry says:

    I REFUSE to believe this. No, no, no. Dobbs can’t be serious.

  5. Abby Peripatetic says:

    Lou Dobbs will appeal to “angry, white men” who think the Mexicans are taking over, and minorities are in positions of power — like President Obama, and of course, who oppose marriage equality.

    Maybe Glenn Beck can join the ticket? They’re two peas in a pod and attract the true nut jobs who feel threatened.

    These are indeed, scary times.

  6. TAO says:

    There is going to be a huge fight over the ‘angry white men’ part of our society!

  7. lea-lea says:

    “Estos conservadores están locos!”

    Si, Senor Christopher! 🙂

  8. Estacada says:

    Who does Dobbs think he represents?

    He’s a millionaire, with ties to Wall Street, who has constructed a bogus persona of a common man, but lives in a house valued at $5 million dollars and uses security whenever he makes an appearance.

    Common man? I guess is Rockefeller or Bush is a common man.

    This is precisely the stuff that turns off intelligent voters. Barack Obama reversed the trend of a winnowing franchise but Lou Dobbs will just remind people why they hate politics.

    He’s a waste of time without a hint of credibility

  9. Locke DCVII says:

    His campaign will go nowhere. And it will be an interesting play in hipocracy. I sure hope he doesn’t steal any votes from the more solid candidates.

  10. bradfrmphnx says:

    Ole Lou is “actually listening to some people about politics?” Well its about time that dried up old fart listened to somebody.

    Its hard to imagine that he would take any votes from serious candidates Locke. I could not imagine what the debate would be like…

    “Lou, what is your stance on immigration?”

  11. Randy Arroyo says:

    Ridiculous. No one goes from cable TV to the White House. Now, if the people of New Jersey are stupid enough to elect Dobbs to the state house or governor, then I can envision a series of long term steps to move him up the food chain. But he’s not going from the TV studio to the presidency.

  12. Adirondacky says:

    If memory serves, Ross Perot ran as an Independent and he carried enough to cause some worry in both establishment parties. On CNN, Lou D0bbs tapped into viewer dissatisfaction with the government. If he can translate this into a campaign message, I can see him being a “player” in 2012.

  13. Mets Fan says:

    Keep fucking that pollo, Luiz! LOL!

  14. Fran says:

    Ugh! Pass the tequila.

  15. libhomo says:

    The GOP must be peeing its pants. Dobbs would be fighting for their drooling knucklewalker base.

  16. let him try – let him spend his money and waste the money of his backers

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