Candidate Romney will be unable to carry the Senate.
George Will wrote an article over the weekend, likening Candidate for President and former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney to former presidential candidate and Governor of Massachusetts, Michael Dukakis. In the article he correctly noted that the grassroots and tea party movements of the republican party will not be excited about a Romney candidacy and that Romney could jeopardize republican efforts to take back the Senate. | Read More »
Evangelicals Will Not Be Behind Romney.
Mitt Romney is continuing to attempt to create an heir of inevitability in the republican presidential primary race. But let us be clear, like it or not, the largest demographic in the republican party—Evangelical Christians, are not going to widely support Romney. I am sure people will comment that, “I am an evangelical and I will vote for Romney because nothing is worst than another | Read More »
Romney Lies His Way to Another Debate Victory, But there is still hope of beating him…
Last night we endured another excruciating train wreck on through the Bloomberg debate. It was an additional republican presidential primary debate full of bad positions, poor debaters, vapid arguments and cheesy one-liners. Mitt Romney, the republican with a record to the left of Democrat Senators and Former Governors, Joe Manchin (WV), Bob Casey (PA) and Mark Warner (VA), continued to solidify his lead as frontrunner | Read More »
Pro-life activists will lose with a President Romney.
It is well documented that Mitt Romney was a pro-abort when he ran for Senate in 1994 and Governor of Massachusetts in 2002 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_w9pquznG4 ), (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzZC92IXHyw ), before he morphed back to pro-life prior to his 2008 presidential run. Here, Romney has already had his Damascus road experience that changed him to pro-lifer ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxV-QNXoRIc&feature=related ), yet still promoting pro-choice policies. I cannot stress this enough. Mitt Romney | Read More »
Romney has shot himself in the foot with Hispanics.
Yesterday, Romney, aka, Mr. Centrist, released his immigration plan which is meant as a counter point to Rick Perry. Rick Perry, being a governor of the largest border state, says that it would be almost impossible and extremely expensive to put a fence all the way across the border. Perry says that even if you had a fence, you would still need “boots on the | Read More »
Romney (aka, the father of universal healthcare in the U.S.) is not gaining support.
Let me stress the most positive thing about the newest foxnews poll. Mitt Romney is not gaining support. The numbers have Romney with 23% (up from 22%); Perry with 19% (down from 29%); and Herman Cain with 17% support (up from . . . 6%?). It is no secret that I think a Romney will result in one of two scenarios. 1) The economy picks | Read More »
Perry loses the debate; Romney wins but remains unacceptable for conservatives.
Promoted from the diaries Last night’s debate was not the best debate. Stylistically, the google & youtube questions were annoying and largely shallow. Substantively, Perry looked as bad as he ever has with Romney coming out the winner. This is a huge problem for conservatives. Rick Perry is on the cusp of becoming the consensus candidate that Romney isn’t. He is tea-party and establishment. He | Read More »