Now that we are knee deep into the public display of stupidity and ignorance, also known as the Republican Party, stories like this one are turning up a dime a dozen on the internet.

What burns me up is the hypocritical front that many members of this group of people put on for show when they know they’re as crooked as the letter “S” and have way more skeletons in their closets than working folks like me and you could ever hope to.

Sure, Allison Meyers was fired in 2010 for a little oversight involving a bondage club and an expense budget item, but everyone has mishaps, of course.

But I wonder if she can spell?

How she negotiates campaign funds on behalf of her employer is not my beef, because I love a girl that loves to strap up in some leather to kick back and relax with the “edgy” crowd. If you’ll recall,  Allison Meyers name is associated with the scandal involving Michael Steele; it seems they spent two stacks on entertainment at a high end boudoir type place during the Republican National Convention in but was unaware of what actually happened since he wasn’t there.

But Republican runner Wil Cardon can’t be too worried since he has problems of his own, it seems after spending $230,000 on his first ad campaign that ran in Tucson Arizona, people weren’t too pleased to see that Tucson was misspelled on the commercial.

They have the audacity to stand before the public and present themselves as qualified and willing capable public servants and you people have the nerve to vote for them.

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Outspoken, spunky and coming out of left field, the infamous Tracy Renee Jones is a 2005 Cum Laude graduate of New Jersey City University with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in International Law. Also member of the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society, she worked a duel career life as a para-professional during the day and an adult performer at night while perusing her education. Her writing interests include the undesirable subjects of Prisoner Rights, Child Abuse and Exploitation, Adoption, Sexuality, Human and Intercultural Relations and Politics. She writes for several online publications including the Examiner, Beyond Black and White, Clutch Magazine, The Trippie Hippie and The Kinky Courtesan. She is a featured contributor to the sex positive digital Corset magazine where she explores fetish, stereotypes and erotic presentation for women of color. Her book of poetry Me: Being Anonymous: A Book of Cursed Poem and Verse is available on Amazon for purchase. Writing from an emotional place and with a personal touch, TRJ likes her debates the same way she enjoys.....rough, uncompromising and often.