Endorsing: None Of The Above
I can’t take it anymore. I am endorsing nobody at this point. Everyone is either clinically insane or an incompetent presidential candidate. I’m going to list them in order of likelyness of me whole-heartly supporting in the general, to the one I will refuse to vote for in the general (and you already know who that person is). Let me tell you why I can’t | Read More »
Romney Double Downs On RomneyCare
(Via Ace Of Spades) Tone-Deaf, completely and hopelessly tone-deaf: Requiring people to have health insurance is “conservative,” GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney told MSNBC on Wednesday, but only if states do it.
(UPDATE) Glenn Beck’s Reckless Race Card Comment May Re-Elect Obama
Update: This post is not about Newt Gingrich. This post is about Glenn Beck calling Tea Party supporters of Newt Gingrich, racists, because there is no difference between Obama and Gingrich. While there can be an honest debate if Gingrich is a progressive Republican, there is a clear choice between Obama and Gingrich. Calling those Tea Party people racists who believe that Gingrich is the | Read More »
Mitt Romney: A Case Study In Being Tone-Deaf
If we ever accuse Barack Obama of being Tone-Deaf, Mitt Romney should be mention in the same breath (H/T Ace of Spades): [Bret] Bair asked Romney about his changing positions on climate change, abortion, immigration, and gay rights, and asked him how the American people could trust him on the important issues. “Your list is just not accurate,” replied Romney to an visibly surprised Baier, | Read More »
The Cain Project: Opportunity To Volunteer For Herman Cain
Are you a Herman Cain supporter and are willing to help him win the early Florida Primary? Then you have come to the right blog post! Patricia Sullivan, on her own with the help of her campaign-for-congress-turn-grassroots-group The Patriot Army, has choosen to lunch a boots-on-the-ground precinct walking effort here in Central Florida.
Blue Vs. Blue: Left Screaming Bloody Murder Over Zuccotti Park
I honestly dream of moments like this, I really do: Left-leaning bloggers erupted in outrage Tuesday morning as they awoke to news that Mayor Bloomberg had cleared the Occupy Wall Street demonstration site in Zuccotti Park overnight. Liberal activists decried the move online, and accused the mayor of silencing the press and violating the right to peaceful assembly.
Move Over Keynesian Economics, Cainsian Economics For The Win!
(Via Sunshinestate Sarah) As politcal ads go, this one is awesome!
All Part Of The Plan
A couple days ago, Smitty of TheOtherMcCain.com posted this little tid-bit: And, while it’s cheap and easy to take swipes at the President over U.S. foreign policy, precisely what anyone would do differently or better (about Egypt) is not abundantly clear. My response was simple. It was in the form of a video:
, Arab Spring
, Barack Obama
, Foreign Policy
I Think S&P Was Too Kind
I still don’t have a computer, so this won’t be as indept as it should be. Last night, Standard & Poor’s lowered the US Government’s credit rating from AAA to AA+. Honestly I think they were too kind and we got off light. I wouldn’t buy US Bonds if they were the last investment in town, and that has been my stance for years now.
Am I disappointed? Yes. Angry? Yes. Am I motivative for 2012? Hell Yes!!
, 2012 Budget
, Bill Nelson
, D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program
, Debt Limit
, John Boehner
, Mike McCalister
, National Debt
, Planned Parenthood
Marco Rubio To Donald Trump: Stop The Birther Crap
Well he said it more diplomatically, but I’m glad he’s come out against Trump’s insanity:
President Obama On 2012: It Has Begun
The moment we’ve all been waiting for: In a video message to be emailed to his list of 14 million supporters, President Obama will announce on Monday that he’s running for re-election and will file paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, Democratic sources tell ABC News. The message will likely come before dawn on Monday.
Florida Redistricting (Part Two)
An important update on Florida’s Redistricting: Republican leaders in the Florida Legislature on Tuesday asked the federal government to sign off on a pair of voter-approved constitutional amendments requiring lawmakers to draw nonpartisan political districts. The move comes three months after Gov. Rick Scott drew partisan criticism – and was quickly sued – for quietly withdrawing the application submitted by former Gov. Charlie Crist.
New Donald “Birther” Trump Has Lost Me
*sigh* Come, I will hide nothing from you. I was snooker into this whole “Birther” movement for all of two minutes. Then I remember that even if you were born outside the US, if one or more of your parents was a US Citizen and under the right conditions, then you are yourself a US Citizen.
Elect The Dodge – The Interview!
Last week, Andrew Ian Dodge came to my attention through Twitter. Apparently, he is running to replace Sen. Olympia Snowe in Maine through the Republican Primary. Yes, that’s right, Andrew Dodge is one of the “Tea Party Candidate” running for Maine’s US Senate and challenging Sen. Olympia Snowe for the seat. So, in order to find out more about Mr. Dodge and where he stands, | Read More »
Four Minutes Of Undiluted Herman Cain Awesomeness
(Via The Other McCain) Remember, Herman Cain was a radio talk show host for some time. So it’s no surprise that Herman Cain was able to handle some little collage-age liberal tool:
Herman Cain: Three Principles
Stacy McCain is right, Mr. Cain won the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition debate. Reader: Umm, Gator, it was a candidate forum and not a- HE WON THE DEBATE! *slams fist on the table* CAIN WON A DEBATE THEY DIDN’T EVEN HAVE!! THAT’S HOW AWESOME HE IS!!!
Obama: Yeah, Tea Party Is A Racist Movement
(Via The Daily Caller) So much for the post-racial president: [H]e told guests at a private White House dinner that race was probably a key component in the rising opposition to his presidency from conservatives, especially right-wing activists in the anti-incumbent “Tea Party” movement that was then surging across the country. [...]
Mike Haridopolos’ $152K Book Now Available Online
What is the difference between Mike Haridopolos and his book? One is overrated and the other is over priced: Finally, a few years and $152,000 [in taxpayer money] in the making, Senate President Mike Haridopolos controversial book Florida Legislative History and Processes, is available in e-print. Brevard Community College has put the book online for sale at Amazon.com for $9.99.