Why I will no longer be eating at Cracker Barrel.

    As both as a libertarian Republican and a Christian, when Cracker Barrel decided to pull products with Duck Dynasty picture of Phil on it, I took it as a direct assault on my belief system. While I am not a Duck Dynasty fan and I personally don’t like the show, I support Phil in his right to his religious belief as well as my own | Read More »

    ObamaCares achilles heel

    There is an old saying, fools tread where angels fear to go.  Forgetting for a moment what ObamaCare would do to the economy, a look at the Software that ObamaCare is dependent on shows ObamaCare can not survive as is. A little background first, I have been developing Software for over thirty years, the last ten have been doing web applications.  I have also written a | Read More »

    Electoral Vote Count if Romney wins the nomination (if held today)

    What would happen if the election was today. P.S. If you don’t like Romney, Plug in your favorite candidate to see how they will do.  (for instance, Bachmann is unlikely to take many of the battle ground states. A quick look at the Electoral College shows that Romney should be an over whelming favorite to win the Presidency. (if Republicans are smart enough to nominate | Read More »

    Huckabee’s still a player in 2012

    While I would have serious doubts that Huckabee would reverse himself and decided to run for the nomination, he still remains a force in 2012.  His endorsement of a candidate can either make it more difficult for Romney to secure the nomination or make the nomination a breeze. There are many things to dislike about Huckabee and the way he ran his campaign in 2008, | Read More »

    Is it time to Rethink Iowa & SC position in the Nomination Process

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    The Case against Mike Pence for President.

    Ever since Mike Pence name has been bounced around for the Republican Nomination, it has peaked my interest.  There is no question that Mike Pence has an excellent record as a Conservative Congressman, and he has done an outstanding job as a leader in the House. The problem against Mike Pence is the same it is for other Members of Congress who lack other experience.  | Read More »