Here’s a shocker for you: Senators say Romney should pick one of their own for vice president By Alexander Bolton - 05/29/12 05:00 AM ET Senators say Romney should pick one of their own for vice president - TheHill.com Those senators are serious in spite of Hussein’s administration. Did they forget that three former senators are solely responsible for deepening the mess this country is in at home and abroad? How could they forget that the Senate ratified the New START Treaty and is preparing to ratify the LOST? Did they forget that the Senate confirmed Sotomayor and Kagan? Not to mention Constitution-hater Ginsberg? Did they also forget that the Senate conspired with then-Speaker Nutty Nancy Pelosi in passing Hillarycare II? Did they forget that Reid and his fellow Democrats block everything except the things Socialists want? Parenthetically, Sarah Palin was the only non-senator in the hunt in 2008. When McCain lost the election senators could not admit one of their own would have been defeated in a landslide were it not for Sarah on the ticket. They still won’t face it. Nor will any senator admit that the media was determined to put a siting senator in the White House in an effort to reverse the growing contempt Americans have for the Senate. Result: The country got Hussein, Clinton, and Biden. How’s that been working out? If you want more try SENATORS John Kerry and John Edwards in 2004. Now, there’s two beauties for you. And who can forget Senator Kyoto Al Gore who became vice president? Gore will go down in history as the guy who justified unethical behavior on the advice of a lawyer: “My counsel tells me there is no controlling legal authority that says that is any violation of any law.” Gore hasn’t held elected office since 2000 and he is still a disaster. And just for balance let’s pay tribute to the 1996 presidential candidate Republican Senator Bob Dole. Newt Gingrich called Dole a tax collector for the welfare state —— and they were friends. What might Gingrich have said if he didn’t like Dole? Oh yeah! The Senate is a wonderful incubator for vice presidents. Moving on Some might say it is unfair to blame Republican senators for the things Democrats did. That would be true except for one thing ——RINO —— like Richard Lugar who won’t campaign for the REPUBLICAN who beat him for the nomination in the primary: Richard Mourdock might not get to the Senate because Lugar does not practice what he preaches. Apparently, he likes bipartisanship with Democrats in Washington but not with Republicans in Indiana. Incidentally, Mourdock is correct as far as conservatives go. Conservatives never, never, got anything from bipartisanship. In fact, they lost something every time the country was moved closer to a Socialist, collectivist, society with every piece of bipartisan legislation. I wish Mr. Mourdock the best of luck, but he may have to learn the truth about bipartisanship the hard way: Richard Lugar won't campaign for Republican Richard Mourdock By Maureen Groppe, Gannett Washington Bureau http://www.usatoday.com/news/politics/story/2012-05-27/lugar-indiana-senate-mourdock/55237960/1 Murdoch has to learn that bipartisan never existed in Democrat lexicon. It’s been their way or the highway since the FDR years. Proof: There is a herd of RINO in the Senate, but have you ever heard of a DINO (Democrat in name only)? To be fair to Mourdock he might already know the way of things. I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and say he wants to shove it down Democrat throats the way they have been shoving it down the throats of the American people for decades. Returning to a senator-cum-vice president In short: To hell with that noise. Finally, the US Senate has been a nest of UN-loving traitors since 1945. If the XVII Amendment is not going to be repealed the Senate has a long way to go to prove it puts the Constitution ahead of the UNIC (United Nations/International Community) before a senator gets another shot at the presidency. A long way to go means at least fifty years accompanied by a lot of legislation strengthening America’s sovereignty instead of abolishing it. Withdrawing from the United Nations would cut the fifty years in half.