Rick Perry: The Problem …
Not even Rick Perry’s most passionate supporters can deny that his performance in the last three debates were anything but triumphs – and even if they refuse to admit it, the entire world is seeing it in the polls. The fact of the matter is that he got progressively worse during each debate and from one debate to the next. Frankly, he needs to get | Read More »
Why Rick Perry should be our guy for 2012.
This is not to say that none of the folks currently running have no chance of winning; if you run a good enough campaign – if your campaign is flexible, aggressive, focused, disciplined, anyone can win. One of the many lessons I’ve learned from the fiasco of 2008 is that the a priori declaration that Candidate X and only Candidate X can win an election | Read More »
Why I’d Pick Michael Williams Over Ted Cruz
First of all, both Ted Cruz and Michael Williams would make wonderful Senators and I’ll just as enthusiastically back either one if he wins the nod when the (Primary) votes are counted. That said, and maybe my reasoning for this is not “Conservatively Correct” but I would recommend Michael Williams for everyone’s consideration before Ted Cruz – who is still young enough to go for | Read More »
The Proper Response To Liberal “Blood-Libel” Faux-Outrage UPDATE: Note to Erick
There is an unfortunate tendency by Conservatives, particularly on TV, to acquiesce – sometimes without really being conscious of it – to false premises put to them by liberals, either simply for the sake of argument so they can move on or just simply because they want to get along. An example is Michael Steele nodding along to D.L. Hughley saying the GOP Convention looked | Read More »
What Does Jared Lee Loughner Say About The State Of American Politics?
It must be really frustrating being a liberal journalist and/or blogger today. Increasingly, they’re seeing their chance to politically profit from the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords fade away. First of all, after spending all that time and energy to plant the idea in the minds of the American people that Jared Lee Loughner was specifically instructed by Sarah Palin to pick up a gun and | Read More »
Are Liberal Journalists And Bloggers Trying To Have Sarah Palin Assassinated? In A Word, Yes.
From the moment John McCain unveiled her as his choice of running mate in 2008, Sarah Palin has become a hate-figure to vast swathes – and all evidence points to – a significant majority, of the Left. Her very existence inarguably sends liberals, from the tonier and sophisticated precincts where New York Times journalists congregate to the scatological feverswamps of the DailyKos, into paroxysms of | Read More »
Message to GOV. Mitch Daniels: Man The @#%! Up.
H/T: fmaidment. Maybe I’m the only one, but my impression from everything that’s been said and written about Governor Mitch Daniels (R) of Indiana from the time he was George W. Bush’s OMB Director has always been that of a steel-spined budgetary genius with mad cost-benefit analyzing skillz. So, one could imagine my surprise when I read this; INDIANAPOLIS | Bills filed in the Indiana | Read More »
DADT Repeal is just the beginning …
Everyone acknowledges that gays have served and are serving today in the Armed Services. The fact that they have had to keep their sexual preferences to themselves made the difference – i.e. two gay male soldiers serving in close proximity with each other – who might even find themselves attracted to each other – would likely not even know that the other is gay, so | Read More »
CT GOV: Bag of Uncounted Ballots “Found”
UPDATE [H/T: Ace]: CT voter fraud caught on video … … Mayor Jason McCoy has obtained a video that was taken inside a polling place in Bridgeport and shows a poll watcher warning a poll worker not to mix unofficial ballots with official ballots. She ignores him and he is escorted away. There are additional charges: Some voters were given more than one ballot Other | Read More »
Democrats and Union Officials Miraculously “Finding” Lost “Ballot Boxes In Their Car Trunks
This happens in every close election. It happened in Washington State in the 2002 Gubernatorial Rossi-Gregoire race – Rossi won the first and second recounts, with King County Democrats finding more and more votes until Gregoire finally won – on the third recount. At which point, WA newspapers began calling on Rossi to accept the “results” and concede. They tried to get car trunk ballots | Read More »