Let the Games Begin – 2012 Presidential Election
There’s a great Republican line up for the 2012 Presidential race; most of the candidates would like to receive Donald Trump and Sarah Palin’s endorsement. In fact if they both endorse the same candidate the polls could change drastically. Who will Sarah Palin endorse – it sounds like she’s eyeing Rick Santorum, but Sarah isn’t going to waste her energy and support on anyone at | Read More »
Some Tea Party Advice For Mitt Romney
Romney suggests that the Koch Brothers ‘Fuel’ Tea Party Let’s be clear on one thing before we go any further, I do not support Mitt Romney as the Republican nominee for the 2012 presidential race. Nor do many in the tea party. And for good reason. From a story in the Washington Examiner yesterday; Mitt Romney is quietly courting the Tea Party as it becomes | Read More »
Herman Cain, Are You Serious?
When Herman Cain convincingly beat the field in the P5 Straw Poll here in Florida, the initial reaction by many was to discount any meaning behind the results and pass it off as a ‘protest vote’. After all, people couldn’t be serious… Herman Cain? Going into this event, Rick Perry was riding high. He had only been in the race a short time, had quickly | Read More »
Recent CNN poll shows Perry holding lead
Recent post debate polling shows Texas Governor Rick Perry maintaining his lead in the race to capture the Republican nomination for president. Despite attacks by opponents and Washington insiders, Governor Perry has not seen a significant drop in his numbers. Perry continues to lead the field with 28% of the vote while his closest competitor, Mitt Romney, trails by seven points with 21%. Since experiencing | Read More »
Iranian nuclear weapons program: Articles reminding Obama of (one of) the forgotten crisis!
From The Political Commentator, written by Michael Haltman Reelection aside, the Iranian nuclear weapons program still needs to be addressed! Out of sight, out of mind is the business as usual Washington approach to impending crises. A perfect example was the debate over the debt ceiling being raised when all involved parties knew that it needed to be addressed long before the 11th hour was reached. Obama preoccupation | Read More »
Animated Video: Obama versus Reagan on the role of government
Barack Obama has found a new angle by invoking the name of Ronald Reagan into his rhetoric about government, but what would Ronald Reagan think about that? And what would Ronald Reagan think about Barack Obama? I have said it before and will say it again in the months leading up to the 2012 presidential election that the rhetoric and platitudes from Barack Obama cannot | Read More »
There’s Sarah Palin And Then There’s… ???
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Somewhere in the center of the photo below is former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin, attending the Iowa Sate Fair yesterday. That, ladies and gentlemen, is a media throng! I may be going out on a limb here, but I submit that the entire GOP presidential candidate field combined could not draw this kind of | Read More »
Thoughts From Florida On Last Night’s GOP Presidential Debate
The free flowing format Fox News employed in last night’s GOP Presidential Debate was an improvement over CNN’s approach in the last debate, although the moderators went overboard in using the candidates words against them in setting up questions. Newt Gingrich scored well when he challenged that tactic, calling it “gotcha questions”. There is little doubt that he has the brightest ideas and the best | Read More »
The Manipulation Of A Presidential Election
As a precursor, I readily admit that my knowledge of the Federal Reserve and the financial system in this country is very limited. In fact, you could fill a thimble with this knowledge and still have room to spare. Being a tea party activist, I spend many a sleepless night worrying about the direction we are heading as a nation and about the very real | Read More »
Today’s Example Of Why You Can’t Trust The Media
Today’s example of why you can’t trust most of what you read or hear in the media and how many are just getting started in boosting up the Obama campaign to ensure victory in 2012; POLITICO reports that Obama has raised a record smashing $86 million in the first quarter of the year – ever notice how anything our current President does is quickly labeled | Read More »
Iowa Caucuses: It’s Still Anyone’s Ballgame
While Michele Bachmann got all the headlines, the real news from the most recent Des Moines Register survey is that there is still room for additional candidates to join the race. The survey, conducted June 19-22 interviewed 400 likely GOP caucus goers on their preferences for Republican candidates for President. Michele Bachmann deserved the headlines she received. She is statistically tied with Mitt Romney (Romney | Read More »
Why Marco Rubio should be the VP running mate
Why Marco Rubio should be the VP running mate By Adam Alan Isackson In a presidential race there are few decisions more important than who the vice presidential nominee should be and it’s a decision that rests squarely in the hands of the presidential nominee. While very few voters vote for a ticket base solely on this decision it’s still seen by many as that | Read More »
Most Polls Show That Sarah Palin Should Run… From The Media
Rasmussen Reports released the following poll information today regarding Sarah Palin possibly entering the Presidential race; A plurality of Republican primary voters think it would be good for Texas Governor Rick Perry to jump into the party’s presidential race and bad for the party if former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin joined the field. They are evenly divided about former N.Y. City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. A | Read More »
Herman Cain Is Still In This Thing!
Taking the stage in New Hampshire’s first presidential debate of the 2012 election season Monday night, Herman Cain had a lot of momentum going for him. Despite limited name recognition, he’s primarily known in the South, Cain has been climbing in the polls and the media is beginning to pay attention. In this second presidential debate, he found himself on stage with political stalwarts Mitt | Read More »
Rick Scott; Live To Fight Another Day
With a decision on SunRail forthcoming any day now, Gov. Rick Scott finds himself in a very precarious position. He simply cannot please everyone and his decision, be it in favor of SunRail or opposed, is destined to upset an important bloc that will be critical to future successes. Yes, it goes with the territory, but if one could venture inside Scott’s head for a | Read More »