What went wrong in 2012?
Imagine an employee had an idea for a new consumer product. Now imagine that once the employee got the product to market, no one bought purchased it. This product was a dismal failure. Now envision the employee’s boss sitting down the employee to discuss what went wrong. The employee says that he didn’t do anything wrong, that there was nothing else to be desired from | Read More »
What went wrong in 2012? The case of the 4 million missing voters
Over 62 million voters cast their ballot for George W. Bush in 2004. Less than 60 million voters cast their ballot for John McCain in 2008. And somewhere under 57-59 Million voters cast their ballot for Mitt Romney in 2012. The numbers from the latest election seem to indicate that the Republican Party is losing voters while America is gaining them. Now to be fair, | Read More »
A conservative mandate
Last night, the American people overwhelmingly rejected Governor Mitt Romney’s vision for a moderate path forward. In fact, the swing states were so turned off by his inability to create a stark contrast with the President’s vision, that they opted for Mr. Obama’s continued path of failure. That is a loud message for republicans. In the Senate, bad candidates lost and good candidates won. That | Read More »
Remember our Senate candidates tomorrow!
Tomorrow is Election Day. As important as the race for the White House is, the Senate is just as important. Make sure you get out there today and vote for our guys – 1.) Richard Mourdock in Indiana http://griffinelection.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/indiana-needs-richard-mourdock/ http://griffinelection.wordpress.com/2012/10/25/richard-mourdock-running-against-children/ 2.) Todd Akin in Missouri http://griffinelection.wordpress.com/2012/09/25/i-support-todd-akin/ 3.) Deb Fischer in Nebraska http://griffinelection.wordpress.com/2012/11/02/nebraska-needs-deb-fischer-because-she-is-one-of-a-kind/ 4.) Tom Smith in Pennsylvania http://griffinelection.wordpress.com/2012/10/30/bob-casey-enemy-of-pennsylvania-business/ 5.) Josh Mandel in Ohio http://griffinelection.wordpress.com/2012/10/26/sherrod-brown-too-extreme-for-ohio/ | Read More »
Nebraska needs Deb Fischer
Deb Fischer is going to win the open Senate Seat in the great state of Nebraska and I couldn’t be happier. I’m not going to try and sell her to you because she is going to win. And last minute, turncoat endorsements from people like Chuck Hagel aren’t going to work. But the prospect of a Fischer win almost brings a tear to my eye. | Read More »
Indiana needs Richard Mourdock
The Indiana U.S. Senate race is coming down to the wire. But if Indiana wants to create jobs and return its economy — not only to its pre 2008 position, but to its heartland manufacturing roots of the past – it is going to have to get business-friendly leaders filling its Constitutional positions from top to bottom. This means electing great leaders like Mike Pence | Read More »
Tammy Baldwin: Wrong for Wisconsin
If R’s plan on taking back the Senate and repealing Obamacare next January, they are going to have to elect Tommy Thompson to the United States Senate in Wisconsin. While, Thompson seemed like the early favorite, 3-1 spending by Baldwin in the weeks following the primaries allowed this case to become competitive. Now, it is truly a toss-up. Who is Tammy Baldwin? Tammy Baldwin | Read More »
Elizabeth Warren: Dangerous for Mass, dangerous for U.S.
Elizabeth Warren: Dangerous for Mass, dangerous for U.S. “Consumer advocate” Elizabeth Warren has taken a strong 7-point lead over Senator Scott Brown in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts. This is one of the most frightening races in the nation because a true radial stands poised to take out a strong United States Senator. Who is Elizabeth Warren? Elizabeth Warren defines herself | Read More »
Bob Casey: enemy of PA business
Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania (D) has finally been spooked by his Republican challenger, Tom Smith. These guys are total opposites. One the one hand, you have Casey who’s dad was a who’s who in Pennsylvania. Casey used his father’s coattails to jumpstart a political career where he’d spend his life as a career politician. On the other hand, we have Bob Tom Smith. | Read More »
Sherrod Brown: too extreme for Ohio
Senator Sherrod Brown isn’t content with the Obama economy he has helped yield during his six years in the U.S. Senate. Like the President, he wants more time to drive jobs away and allow the double dip recession to take hold. At a time when we need the economy to get moving again, Brown is pushing a litany of New Society programs adverse to a | Read More »