Romney: Debate No Show
Mitt Romney has decided to blow off the first Republican Presidential Debate co-sponsored by Fox News and the South Carolina GOP this Thursday night, May 5. That’s all right with both Fox and SC Republicans, neither of whom hold Romney in high regard. The decision is in keeping with Romney’s “stealth campaign” in which he refuses to participate in any venue which would require him | Read More »
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Dark Horse Conservatives for 2012
Much of the 2012 GOP nomination speculation revolves around the same 5 or six names. In no particular order they are Romney, Huckabee, Palin, Gingrich, Barbour, and Pawlenty. All of these people have their pluses and minuses, but none of them I believe would be the right type of candidate to face Obama in 2012. As bad as things are now, none of us should | Read More »
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Bob Bennett (Utah) gets endorsed by
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0310/34619.html Which is just another reason why we (Conservatives) need to insure that neither Romney or Gingrich is our nominee in 2012. What is up with Gingrich? He talks a good game and then goes out and endorses RINO candidates and plays “nice nice” with Liberals. – He endorsed Dede Scozzafava. – He teamed up with Hillary Clinton to try | Read More »
The Top Ten Reasons to attend CPAC
I had the privilege of attending CPAC 2010, not only as an attendee; but as a member of the Blogger’s Lounge. Therefore I had a chance to see, hear, meet and greet and be a part of many “behind the scenes” stories and events. There were also a couple of “events” which have stuck in my memory I stumbled on by happenstance. So in particular | Read More »
Republicans are only going to get one crack at this
For many years, I have taken the pulse of groups of people around me. Some are moderate Republicans. Some are independents. Some are moderate Democrats. They are a strong bellweather for elections. Almost all of them were on board for Bush in 2000. The first inclinations that they were upset with Republicans was during the increases in spending during the early part of the Bush | Read More »
Newt, Steele… Sadly Out Of Touch With Mainstream Conservatives.
Newt Gingrich, who had staunchly defended Dede Scozzafava’s bid for Representative of New York’s 23rd District, seems to be unaware of the reality which has been manifesting itself all over the country with regards to the leadership of the the Republican party, which is this: THERE ISN’T ANY. We thought we sent that message loud and clear during the 2008 Presidential race which brought the | Read More »
Hoffman v Scozzafava – A Wake-Up-Call for Newt, et al
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says it’s a “mistake” for Conservatives to back Doug Hoffman (C) over Dede Scozzafava (R) in the current special election in New York’s 23rd Congressional District. This, in spite of Scozzafava’s anti-Conservative positions on abortion, same-sex-marriage, labor unions, etc. It seems that having an (R) after her name is the overriding factor for Newt in deciding to endorse Scozzafava. My | Read More »
Did Gingrich Cross Swords with Palin or Cross the Rubicon Today?
What did New Gingrich intend to accomplish this morning? Did he merely cross swords with Sarah Palin, his potential rival for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012? Or, did he cross the Rubicon, making conflict with Reagan-Conservative Republicans in all fifty states inevitable? This morning, on a Fox morning talk-show, Gingrich arrogantly scolded Conservative Republicans for contributing money and moral support to Hoffman, NY-23, conservative candidate for Congress. Gingrich–a Hamiltonian nationalist if there ever was one–suddenly morphed, | Read More »
Newt Gingrich Endorses Dede Scozzafava?? Out Of Touch!!
I knew there was something about Newt Gingrich that was REALLY bothering me. Don’t get me wrong, Newt is a really bright guy, but I had severe doubts about his sanity when he started to cozy up to Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential campaign. Some of his choices recently lead me to believe he’s lost touch with the conservative patriot movement of the party, | Read More »
Governor Palin Saving Us From ObamaCare?
Governor Palin has released several scathing poignant statements directed at ObamaCare. She has but the entire MSM world and Obama & cronies on the defensive. Dozens of editorials and politicians have responded with she is a nut, she is lying, she is ranting etc. But the truth is they are all blind fools defending there messiah at our pearl. What is most ridicules is the | Read More »
Beltway Stupidity on Sotomayor, From Newt and the Rest of the Gang
Newt Gingrich has, essentially, apologized for calling Sonia Sotomayor a racist. Via CNN: In the conservative magazine Human Events, he writes on Wednesday: “My initial reaction was strong and direct — perhaps too strong and too direct. … Since then, some who want to have an open and honest consideration of Judge Sotomayor’s fitness to serve on the nation’s highest court have been critical of | Read More »
“Scareface” Waxman’s Goose’s Gander
The entire global warming movement depends on scare tactics. Even if the supposition of a global calamity due to man-made global warming were true (and it’s not), this truth would depend on “fear” to sustain itself. Today, former Vice President Al Gore — who puts the P-U back into “Pulitzer” — testified before Congress stressing the need for a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions in the | Read More »
Pretty Please, Rush
The media is pushing another Rush feud this week. Once again they are trying to draw a fight between Rush and Newt, and Rush is taking the bait. If I could speak with Rush personally I would ask that he remember the words of Ronald Reagan when he said “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.” The recent comments made by Newt | Read More »
Today’s Headlines — March 9, 2009
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/09/obama-signs-order-reversing-stem-cell-funding/ Obama signs order reversing stem-cell funding — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/09/top-democrats-cite-earmarks-as-worthy-projects/ Democrats try to brand earmarks as good It’s money well spent, they say — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/09/omb-laments-weak-economy/ GOP says some banks may have to fail — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/09/obama-taps-big-easy-for-us-blueprint/ Obama taps N.O. for U.S. blueprint Some neighborhoods still wait for government to clear red tape — http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/mar/09/lobbyists-democrats-in-touch/ Democrats dine with lobbyists, donors Members of Congress reject Obama’s rules, ride rising | Read More »