Can Romney Really Gloat over his 3.2% Victory in his Home-State? Imagine Obama winning Illinois with a Similar Margin!
Under the Obama-nation we currently reside in, one often hears the following question being asked; do you feel better now after Obama has increased our debt by an additional four trillion dollars? Has the economy become so much better that it was worthwhile spending all those trillions? The answer to both are of course a resounding no. I’ve got a similar question to Mitt Romney | Read More »
With Rick Santorum as the GOP Nominee Obama will be forced to stop Barking over his favorite Bones
The Democrat Party has developed a whole slew of slogans during the last several decades which they’ve used to paint the Republican Party and all freedom-loving Americans. Obama has overindulged in his usage of these slogans during his years on the political scene and specifically in the oval office. Ranking at the top of the list, is the absurd claim that the Republican Party is | Read More »
Video Surfaces of Rick Santorum Criticizing Individual Mandates in 1994
As Nicole Coulter had pointed out yesterday, the mainstream media has been feeding rumors for the last several days that Santorum was “quitting the race” and leaving Florida immediately after Thursday night’s debate despite Rick having made it clear that he was continuing to campaign until the night prior to the elections and was nowhere near quitting. Unfortunately his special-needs daughter, Bella, had been rushed | Read More »
An Open Letter to the Perry Campaign
Jobs, Jobs, Jobs In the wake of a 5th place Iowa finish, the Perry campaign seemed to be teetering in the brink of irrelevancy. He finished lower than a senator who lost his last election by a staggering margin and a sitting congressman who many consider to be a loon. Today marks a major reality check for Rick Perry and his campaign staff. But all | Read More »
From the Emboldening of a Serial Adulterer to the Bashing of Social Conservatives
In 2008 the conservative media, and with this I mean the conservative and not the mainstream or establishment media, has greatly emboldened and pedestaled Romney over McCain despite McCain having owned a more conservative record. They did have the justification, though, that Romney has years of executive experience under his belt, something McCain never had. However, four years later, after the power of the conservative | Read More »
After the Nikki Haley Endorsement, the Conservative Media has become Nasty
The conservative media’s current behavior in response to Nikki Haley’s endorsement is not too shocking, since many had revealed their self-serving nature at prior occasions, such as during the 2010 elections. Sarah Palin endorsed John McCain in 2010 for the Arizona senatorial seat, and understandably so, since she was his former running mate. In addition, McCain is the individual who launched Palin onto the national | Read More »
Video: Newt Rips Conservative who Support Conservatives
Newt Gingrich is currently playing the role of the Tea Party candidate, and quite convincingly so. So successful is he in adapting new roles, that many actual conservatives have become so strongly convinced by his current talk, that it seems that nothing about Newt’s opposing history is enough to convince them otherwise. And when I talk about his history that includes items from several decades | Read More »
What Line Must Newt Gingrich Cross for Conservatives to Disown Him?
Note: The following article, which I’ve written, is cross-posted from American Thinker. In the 2010 primaries, Charlie Christ, then-governor of Florida and Senate candidate, faced several serious contenders for his seat. One of the most successful ads used against him by his staunchly conservative opponent, Marco Rubio, was an image of opportunist Charlie Christ hugging Obama at a rally where Charlie helped promote the stimulus package. Rubio’s | Read More »
Sean Hannity: I Have Never Tired When You Blasted Wright; Why Are You Tired When I Blast Al Sharpton?
Sean Hannity has expressed his frustration and weariness today on his radio show over the conservatives who are constantly criticizing the Republican presidential candidates be it regarding Romneycare, candidates’ association with controversial characters, fifty-second brain freezes, and so on and so forth. He explained his tiredness and opposition against enumerating the candidates’ flaws by countering that Obama had never been properly vetted so why the | Read More »
Finally! David Frum has Figured out that He’s the One Who Needs to Leave the Party and Not the Other Way Around.
At last David Frum has come to the conclusion that he is the one who has left the Republican Party and not the other way around H/t to Legal Insurrection for alerting us to David Frum’s latest article which is, as usual, loaded with nonsense. For a change though, I along with many conservatives have applauded the resolution he’s reached, announcing that “It’s Romney, Huntsman, | Read More »
Mr. David Frum is All Mixed Up Over Who Left Whom
David Frum wrote two articles this week whose content were quite comical, so I decided to share the gist of it with you. Ronald Reagan has often said in regard to his party change from Democrat to Republican that, “I didn’t leave the Democrat Party, it left me.” Ironically, David Frum who preaches to the Republicans that “The Era of Reagan is Over” and that | Read More »
As per the current GOP Field, it is possible for Rick Santorum to become the new Frontrunner?
This is neither an expression of support for Santorum nor a prediction as to who will win the nomination. It is simply an overview of the GOP presidential field in advance of the eighth debate which will take place tonight. The GOP presidential scene has been a constant seesaw of action. Potential voters watched as Bachmann rose to the top only to lose her momentum | Read More »
Who amongst the field is rock solid on limiting government?
We need a rock solid limited government Republican candidate for president who would be guaranteed to repeal ObamaCare and aggressively pursue reducing the size of the federal government. Barry Goldwater articulated what we need today 50 years ago: “The turn will come when we entrust the conduct of our affairs to men who understand that their first duty as public officials is to divest themselves | Read More »
, 2012 Primary
, Buddy Roemer
, Gary Johnson
, governor gary johnson
, Herman Cain
, Jon Huntsman
, Limited Government
, Michelle Bachmann
, Mitt Romney
, Newt Gingrich
, rick perry
, Rick Santorum
, Ron Paul
Corrected: Why We Must Have Romney: What a Foolish Argument
This post has been this morning in error in a format difficult to read. I felt its message was one worthy enough to be reposted so that it can be read. The Republican primary for the 2012 presidential election has officially begun, and many voices are proclaiming Romney as the only one that could possibly beat Obama. Romney is also presented as a true conservative | Read More »
Why We MUST Have Romney; What a Foolish Argument
lass=”MsoNormal” style=”margin-bottom: 0.0001pt;line-height: normal”> The Republican primary for the 2012 presidential election has officially begun, and many voices are proclaiming Romney as the only one that could possibly beat Obama. Romney is also presented as a true conservative candidate behind whom the party should unite. Here’s an article written by Lauren Noble on the Daily Caller Opinion Page, one of so many flooding the internet | Read More »