The Arrogance of Our Republican Overlords
The Ohio Republican Party (ORP) is in the midst of a public squabble that is not only causing division within the upper echelon of the party, but is exposing the arrogance of those who consider themselves to be the upper echelon of the party. It’s no secret that ORP Chairman Kevin DeWine and and Governor John Kasich are not the best of friends. Both Kasich | Read More »
Ohio Primary Chaos
The Democrats, with an assist from the Republicans, have made a mess of the Ohio primaries. That’s primaries – plural. In addition to the March 6th primary for the Senate and other state and local races, Ohio will also hold a second primary on June 12th for House races and presidential candidates. Maybe. This all started in November, 2010, when the GOP swept the Ohio | Read More »
Shamelessly begging Rubio to run. Why shouldn’t we?
The other night on Red Eye (my occasional guilty pleasure), during a discussion about whether or not Chris Christie would get into the presidential race, someone asked a question to the effect of, ”Who else is there?” Host Greg Gutfeld threw out (as sort of an afterthought), “Marco Rubio?” There was a pause in the banter and then everyone moved on. I nodded my head | Read More »
Pawlenty flipped faster than Romney flopped
Megyn Kelly just interviewed Tim Pawlenty on Fox News on his change of heart over Mitt Romney. She played clips and read quotes of T-Paw criticizing Romney on “Obamneycare” and nominating liberal judges. Here’s what Pawlenty said on Romney’s healthcare debacle in MA: ”Governor Romney has told me directly, as he has told the country, that his first order of business as president will be | Read More »
The Audacity of Liberty – 2012 GOP slogan?
Not that anyone asked, but I have come up with a slogan for the GOP that will help them win big in 2012: The Audacity of Liberty It’s the perfect antithesis to Barack Obama’s Audacity of Hope, or more appropriately, The Audacity of Hopey Changey. From Obama’s book we get this twaddle: “For in the end, laws are just words on a page- words that are sometimes | Read More »