The Morning After The Event
In the aftermath of the GOP Presidential debate in New Hampshire, the DC and establishment-centric bloggers have all pronounced the winners and the loser. They have all decided that Romney, Bachmann, and Gingrich won. The biggest loser of the night was Pawlenty. I am going to listen to Rush for his take on this later today. Here are my morning after reflections. I do not | Read More »
Can we elect a proven winner in 2012?
In 2008 the GOP candidate for President was picked by the moderates and the beltway establishment. The calendar of primaries and caucuses had the effect of keeping any conservative candidate from having any chance of getting some traction and winning. It was like American Idol process for winnowing down the field. We should have a better way to look at filling this job. Why don’t | Read More »
Are We Looking In The Wrong Places?
I know it is way way to early to start talking about who will be the Republican candidate in the 2012 General election. The most important elections are happening in 2010, and we need to win seats in the US Congress and win offices in the states this year. Having said that, right now is a very good time look toward a process of grooming | Read More »