“Inevitable” Romney Has the Best Chance of Winning the White House, Delivering the Senate, Keeping the House and Securing a Conservative Supreme Court.
If you are a member of the “Anyone but Romney” crowd and say, “If Romney is the nominee I will stay home,” then keep reading, this post is for you. Because on November 6, 2012, there is now a 67.9% chance you will have to follow through on that threat. Intrade, the respected prediction market, now wages that Romney has a 67.9% chance of being | Read More »
Hillary’s Secret Diary: “The Whispering Tour”
Re-posted from Pajamas Media October 7, 2011 Dear Diary: In my last entry of September 8th, I was about to call Dick Cheney at 3am (a time for which I am famous) because I finally admitted to myself that my life’s ambition is to be President — and Cheney had said on ABC News that I should run in 2012. Knowing Dick Cheney, aka Darth Vader was | Read More »
The First Lady – From Target Marketing to Ultra Ritzy Dining in One Weekend
As the world knows by now, First Lady Michelle Obama did a little shopping with jus’ plain folks at Target in Alexandria, Virginia, where an AP reporter just happened to be around to chronicle the event for the planet.
The Real Story Why Cain Won the Florida Poll and What the Front Runners Can Learn From It
Re-posted from Pajamas Media The Republican Party of Florida sponsored what was essentially a fundraising event in Orlando called Presidency 5, from Thursday, September 22nd through Saturday, September 24th. The highlights of the three day event were Thursday night’s Fox News/Google Republican presidential candidate debate and late Saturday afternoon’s presidential straw poll. This straw poll was light years away from generally accepted polling practices. Delegates | Read More »
A Drinking Game for Tonight’s GOP Debate
re-posted from Pajamas Media Here’s a more amusing way to watch the Republican presidential candidate debate tonight at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. (By the way, reserve a spot for the Reagan Library on your list of “places to visit before you die” because both the setting and the museum are spectacular.) Background Note: Today’s 30 year olds were born when Reagan | Read More »
The Divided State of America Can Not Stand
Re-posted from Pajamas Media Recently New York Times writer Sheryl Gay Stolberg penned a piece about why our national leaders are incapable of compromise and subsequently why our nation finds itself deadlocked in political stalemate and dysfunction. But how can we expect our leaders to compromise when we can barely stand to be around others who hold opposing views on important issues? The piece mentions | Read More »
Governor Rick Perry’s Public Prayers Show Presidential Leadership
By Myra Adams Recently on Fox News Channel’s morning show Fox and Friends, co- host Gretchen Carlson asked a provocative question to promo a news segment about Texas Governor Rick Perry’s massive prayer event called “The Response,” held on August 6th. Carlson’s promo question was: Will his prayers turn off voters? Ms. Carlson is not at fault for asking, but the underlying reason why that | Read More »
Who Will Fill the 2012 VP Spot? A Guide to the GOP Race for Second
By Myra Adams According to the latest Gallup poll conducted among Republicans and Republican leaning voters, former Governor Mitt Romney is leading former Governor Sarah Palin by only two points, 17% to 15%. Now, since Sarah Palin has yet to announce a Presidential Exploratory Committee and her official candidacy is still up in the air, for the purposes of analyzing the potential 2012 vice-presidential candidates | Read More »