Quinnipiac Proves It’s Really Over (In An Imaginary World)!

    The Cheerleaders cheer, the bandwagon trundles forward, the sea levels decline and !EVERYONE HAS AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE! The GOP has no reason to continue on. The O has manfully penetrated 50% in three vital and critical and important and game-changing states! You can read about every pulsating, pounding punditgasm in this morning’s Business Insider!

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    Horserace for February 2, 2012

    There are storm clouds on the horizon. A day after Mitt Romney’s massive win in Florida he opened his mouth and promptly told conservatives he was incapable of articulating conservatism. Then Newt Gingrich found a bright line rule in the Republican rules that clearly and precisely states that all delegates awarded before April 1, 2012, must be proportional. There goes giving Romney all fifty delegates | Read More »

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    Horserace for February 2, 2012

    There are storm clouds on the horizon. A day after Mitt Romney’s massive win in Florida he opened his mouth and promptly told conservatives he was incapable of articulating conservatism. Then Newt Gingrich found a bright line rule in the Republican rules that clearly and precisely states that all delegates awarded before April 1, 2012, must be proportional. There goes giving Romney all fifty delegates | Read More »

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    The Horserace for January 26, 2012

    This is it. The final debate before Florida will be tonight from Jacksonville, FL on CNN. It may be the final debate of the primary season. If it becomes just Mitt, Newt, and Ron, there is no way that MItt Romney will want to share the stage with them after tonight.I’ll be on CNN for post debate coverage, though I’ll be in Atlanta tonight. All | Read More »

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    The Horserace for January 26, 2012

    This is it. The final debate before Florida will be tonight from Jacksonville, FL on CNN. It may be the final debate of the primary season. If it becomes just Mitt, Newt, and Ron, there is no way that MItt Romney will want to share the stage with them after tonight.I’ll be on CNN for post debate coverage, though I’ll be in Atlanta tonight. All | Read More »

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    The Horserace for January 19, 2012

    It changed so suddenly. Huntsman out Monday. Today, Rick Perry is out. Huntsman, barely a factor in South Carolina, threw his support to Mitt Romney. Rick Perry, more of a factor, threw his support to Gingrich. The Monday debate in South Carolina is a critical detail. Polling before it showed a Romney lead. Polling after it showed a Gingrich surge. Then Sarah Palin endorsed Newt | Read More »

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    The Horserace for January 19, 2012

    It changed so suddenly. Huntsman out Monday. Today, Rick Perry is out. Huntsman, barely a factor in South Carolina, threw his support to Mitt Romney. Rick Perry, more of a factor, threw his support to Gingrich. The Monday debate in South Carolina is a critical detail. Polling before it showed a Romney lead. Polling after it showed a Gingrich surge. Then Sarah Palin endorsed Newt | Read More »

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    The Horserace for January 12, 2012

    It’s a different horserace of sorts this week and from here on out. Gone are the individual prospects of each candidate. We have the real front runner now — Mitt Romney. The question remaining is which candidate, if any, can cause Mitt to stumble.No non-incumbent has ever swept Iowa and New Hampshire within a Republican Primary until Mitt Romney. He did it while getting less | Read More »

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    The Horserace for January 12, 2012

    It’s a different horserace of sorts this week and from here on out. Gone are the individual prospects of each candidate. We have the real front runner now — Mitt Romney. The question remaining is which candidate, if any, can cause Mitt to stumble.No non-incumbent has ever swept Iowa and New Hampshire within a Republican Primary until Mitt Romney. He did it while getting less | Read More »

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    The Horserace for December 29, 2011

    Nobody knows the winner of Iowa but Jesus. That’s the dirty little secret.Matt Lewis hits the nail on the head on this. Nobody knows. Why? Well, the caucuses are a big event. You don’t just go into a voting booth, check a box, and leave. You’re there for a while. You hear speeches. You get persuaded. Then you vote.It is slow going.And we don’t know | Read More »

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    The Horserace for December 29, 2011

    Nobody knows the winner of Iowa but Jesus. That’s the dirty little secret.Matt Lewis hits the nail on the head on this. Nobody knows. Why? Well, the caucuses are a big event. You don’t just go into a voting booth, check a box, and leave. You’re there for a while. You hear speeches. You get persuaded. Then you vote.It is slow going.And we don’t know | Read More »

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    Ron Paulists, Where have you been?

    I am now seeing many Ron Paulists, all these new faces to the hardened street warriors the Tea Party has become and I must ask where have you been all this time? There is a war going on, not only for the Presidency but also for the social values to support a limited Government, the original intent of our Constitution. Some claim they are for | Read More »

    Horserace for December 22, 2011

    e’re headed into Christmas and people are starting to tune out. Before they tune out, the last images they are seeing before setting their eyes on a Christmas tree, are Newt Gingrich under attack from Team Romney, Ron Paul under attack from everyone, Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry on a bus tour in Iowa, and Rick Santorum getting help from evangelicals.The clock ticks down to | Read More »

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    Horserace for December 22, 2011

    e’re headed into Christmas and people are starting to tune out. Before they tune out, the last images they are seeing before setting their eyes on a Christmas tree, are Newt Gingrich under attack from Team Romney, Ron Paul under attack from everyone, Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry on a bus tour in Iowa, and Rick Santorum getting help from evangelicals.The clock ticks down to | Read More »

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    The Horserace for December 8, 2011

    We are less than a month from the Iowa Caucuses. As we wind the clock down I think it is important to note that the 2012 campaign season might present the most damning indictment yet of the ineptness of political reporting about the Republican campaign season. Since November of 2010, political reporters in this nation have been telling us Mitt Romney would be the nominee. | Read More »

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