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Posted by on Sep 22, 2012 in 2012 Elections, Media, Politics, USA Presidential Election 2012 | 0 comments

Foxy Grandpas for the Presidential Race

Send in the good ole boys: Bill Clinton regales Jon Stewart while the GOP longs for a Reagan octogenarian to rescue Romney after the Clint Eastwood debacle.

The Comeback Kid, now 66, basks in Daily Show kudos for his killer convention standup as prelude to plugging Walmart and other friends of his Global Initiative.

The antic mind tries to conjure a future white-haired former President Mitt in that chair decades from now, but the synapses won’t fire up.

Instead, we have Peggy Noonan complaining, “The Romney campaign has to get turned around. This week I called it incompetent, but only because I was being polite. I really meant ‘rolling calamity.’”

Her solution: 82-year-old James A. Baker, who ran Reagan’s two runs as well as Bush I’s victory and was W’s lawyer in the 2000 Florida recount. Afterward he was with Osama bin Laden’s folks, whom he represented, in Washington on 9/11/01 and later served as co-chair of the Iraq Study Group. But then again, nobody wins them all.

Baker, Noonan enthuses, “didn’t like hacks, he didn’t get their point, and he knew one when he saw one…”


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