ChangeJar Conservative puts his money where his mouth is — 2012 edition
Introduction For those who have wondered where my login on redstate comes from, it was part of an idea that I had a few years back. The idea is simple — set up a change jar. Everyday, put your change in it. Every two years, empty it and split the donations into two parts and help support conservatives and Republicans. (For those of you under | Read More »
Three Ways We Can Use Social Media to Help Romney/Ryan
any of us do not consider ourselves social media gurus, but there are three relatively easy things that we can do to help the Romney/Ryan team in the next two and a half months. That will take small amounts of time, but pay off big if done as a large group of conservatives.
Congrats to Deb Fischer, our next Nebraska Senator
Bruning? Nope Stenberg? Nope Deb Fischer wins after spending 1/10th of the money.
Mitt Romney can seal the Presidency with one single move
President Obama graciously pushed the Presidential race into Mitt Romney’s hands the other day with his same-sex marriage push that catapulted social conservative independents into Romney’s camp. There is another issue out there that will further solidify the “I only care about the economy” moderates and probably even guarantee a unification of the Ron Paul supporters as members of the Romney 2012 coalition.
Grading out the choices for President
Riding the Roller Coasters I have ridden the roller coasters this political season. First came the roller coaster of who will run. Next we were lead through the longest ever debate roller coaster. Now it’s time for the primary roller coaster.
The Check Box Tax System
Here’s a pipe dream that will never happen, but I would love to see what America would look like if it did. What if, you had to pay X amount of taxes no matter what those taxes were spent like, but you were given a list of check boxes. Your taxes would then be split across all of those check boxes. Here’s what the | Read More »
Financing the Revolution Through Your Change (my answer to ColdWarrior’s challenge)
ColdWarrior challenged us to ask “What are we going to do to make a difference in 2012?” Back in 2010, I came up with an idea. I passed it around to a few people and a few local tea parties used it to raise some money. Now it’s time to reactivate the idea. So October 2011 is approaching. GOP debates are happening right and | Read More »
The Questions That Should Have Been Asked at The Debate
If I were a billionaire, I’d host my own debate for the GOP. Each candidate would get the chance to answer five questions without interruption. After they had each given their answer, I’d allow an attack / rebuttal time of 5/5 minutes each. 1) What is your plan to create full-time jobs in the private sector of this country? 2) Social Security and Medicare are | Read More »
I’m considering running for President (platform below the fold)
Well, not really, but it seems that everyone else is. Most of my platform, you’ll agree with but for the more interesting part, scroll to the bottom. o Jim DeMint who said there was no way is now considering it. o Sarah Palin is doing what ever the heck she is doing. o Rick Perry is now re-considering it. o Mike Huckabee said he might | Read More »
My May 2011 WAG — Obama’s odds better with Huckabee and Daniels out of the race
DISCLAIMER I was a Daniels supporter until he dropped out. Now, I’m leaning heavily towards Pawlenty. LAST MONTH’S NUMBERS: Individuals: Obama 46% (but the only DEM) Pawlenty 9% Romney 8.25 Huckabee 7% Barbour 5.5% Bachmann 4.5% Palin 4% Daniels 3.25% Guiliani 3.00% Huntsman 2.75% Cain 2.5% Trump 2.25% Gingrich 2.0% NOW TO MAY: METHODOLOGY 1) Estimate the chances of a certain candidate to win the | Read More »