Mitt Romney in Colorado http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hCRXtRoN-L0
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You might not have expected to see these names in Florida but there they are, showing up in the returns. Herman Cain, Michelle Bachman, Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry and… Gary Johnson? Yep, America’s alternative to the two-party chokehold even got … Continue reading
Get ready to find out who the millionaires are behind this year’s presidential election. For the first time, many of those “super” political action committees are set to disclose just who is financing their pseudo-campaign operations.
A colleague of mine and I were chatting and he confessed, “My 26-year-old son LOVES Ron Paul. He can’t stand when the media says anything bad about him.” We’ve seen that in spades on Decision 2012. Any time we say … Continue reading
If Florida voters thought the South Carolina debates were nasty, they could be in for a shock tonight. With so much on the line (Romney’s sitting at 36% and Gingrich at 34% according to Wednesday’s CNN/Time/ORC International survey) along with the increased … Continue reading
In this circus we call the Republican nomination process, it’s hard to know which of the dozens of issues hurled our way each day is salient and which is just part of the hurly-burly. Take the tax returns for instance. … Continue reading
Tonight’s State of the Union address could shape up to be President Obama’s final address to the nation unless he can win another 4 years in office. He’s clearly setting the stage for a fight with the last Republican standing … Continue reading
The big news from Monday’s debate in Florida was a decidedly more offensive minded Mitt Romney. He attacked Newt Gingrich numerous times from the start for his role as a “historical consultant” for Freddie Mac and for “influence peddling” on … Continue reading