What to look for in the New Hampshire debate tonight
Alright ladies and gentlemen, tonight is the first primary debate of 2012. On the left we have Mitt Romney who has to win big in New Hampshire to remain the inevitable candidate. On the right we have Jon Huntsman who is better qualified than Romney in every way to win New Hampshire. We have Newt Gingrich who can’t wait to take his revenge on Romney | Read More »
At this pace, Jon Huntsman won’t be the nominee in 2012 or 2016
Jon Huntsman should not have been invited to Iowa on Thursday night as Mickey Mouse is still outpolling him. But he was. Governor Huntsman has really grown on me during this election cycle. At the beginning I thought of him as a fraud. I have come to realize that he has a decently conservative record but simply refuses to talk about the issues conservatives are | Read More »
Do-or-Die tonight: Perry, Santorum, Newt & Huntsman.
Tonight is the final debate that will take place before people gear up for the Christmas season. It is a big deal for two reasons. First, the Iowa Caucuses are five weeks away. Whoever wins Iowa will be the lone candidate with a chance to take on Romney after his New Hampshire win. Second, this debate is do-or-die for every candidate that isn’t named Newt | Read More »
Where Jon Huntsman went wrong
The current reality of the political scene is that republicans are looking at an imminently vulnerable President Obama and yet we have on one to beat him. With the fall of Bachmann, Perry, Cain and eventually Gingrich we will be left with no real candidates that have the appeal or war chest to take on Romney in the primaries. I have often found myself wondering, | Read More »
Do this one thing, and you can win.
Do this one thing, and you can win. We are 48 days out from the Iowa Caucuses where a frontrunner is decided upon. The only thing for sure is that the race is still open. On this path, it is Romney’s to lose, but if one single candidate could step forward and overcome his one weakness, that person could win the nomination and become the | Read More »