Jay Riemermsa Takes to the Airwaves and Kicks off a Money Bomb
This entry was posted over at Rightmichigan.com. I’m reposting it here for RedState readers. Please join me in helping out this great conservative candidate in Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District. Jay Riemersma’s first television ad hit the airwaves yesterday. It’s already getting a great response from the grassroots and garnering media attention as well. Now the Riemersma camp is launching the first money bomb of the | Read More »
Meet Chet Beiler – Conservative for PA LT Governor
I wanted to put my $.02 in for a candidate I believe in this gubernatorial primary season in Pennsylvania. I’ve known Chet Beiler for a number of years, and have seen him work hard at his profession, public service and with his family. His conservative credentials are impeccable – easily the best of the field in the race for PA Lieutenant Governor. As has been | Read More »
Just when you think you know what you’re up against…
From the diaries by Erick As some of you may have heard, I started my campaign at the end of January after Congress passed the massive stimulus bill which will be wasting our hard-earned money. Making things even worse, Congress, with Rep. Bart Stupak, voted into law a terrible health care bill that nobody read with huge implications for our government, tax situation, health care | Read More »
Jay Riemersma: A True Conservative for Michigan’s 2nd District
Jay Riemersma is the strongest conservative candidate running in Michigan’s 2nd Congressional district. The Left’s blogosphere is going on the attack, and now is the time for conservatives to unite behind Jay Riemersma as our candidate of choice.
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Will KBH Bow Out For the Good of Texas?
Next Tuesday, Texans will vote in their respective primaries, and all eyes are on the race for the Republican nomination for governor. If no candidate gets 50% of the vote, there will be a run-off between the top two, which will be Governor Perry and Senator Hutchison. Such a run-off will allow Democrat Bill White, who will win the Democrat nomination easily over opponent Farouk | Read More »
Will Rudy Run (Again)?
2008 is full of teachable moments. One of the under studied lessons of that year is Rudolph Giuliani’s campaign. The problem was that it was also the lesson of 2007 and most of 2006. Rudy suffered extreme overexposure and his campaign rapidly burnt out when the field naturally broadened during the primary process. It’s a lesson he seems to have taken to heart. Giuliani has | Read More »
Fight A Two-Front War
As public approval of the President and Congress wanes, Republicans eagerly anticipate major gains in next year’s elections. But they equally fear that even a Republican majority will operate as the Hastert Congresses did, feasting on pork barrel spending and allowing the nanny state to govern unchecked. The failure of the 1994 revolution was the presence of old-guard softcore New Dealers who locked down committee | Read More »
Depressing Q-Poll about NY Gov Paterson.
Worst possible news, in fact: April 6, 2009 – Voters Say 3-1 Paterson Does Not Deserve Election, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Most Say He Should Announce Now He Won’t Run New York State voters disapprove 60 – 28 percent of the job Gov. David Paterson is doing, the lowest approval ever for a New York Governor, and say 63 – 22 percent that he does | Read More »
Who Will Primary John Ensign?
This guy is throwing John McCain under the bus to cover up for his failure to recruit capable candidates and raise enough money to support them. For his failure and disloyalty, he deserves to have his career ended.
Obama and the Uh’s, Ah’s, and Ummmm’s
Much has been made by some conservative pundits about Obama being teleprompter dependent and how he racks up the speech pauses when he goes off the cuff. One might recall Rush Limbaugh compiling just the “uh’s” in an Obama appearance for comedic effect or Hugh Hewitt wondering how many of the awkward pauses he would accumulate during the first debate. I don’t think the issue | Read More »
Carpetbaggers and Primaries
OK, even though I haven’t lived in The South for almost forty years, I’m still a sucker for Gone With The Wind and Aunt Pittipat, so I couldn’t resist it. Carpetbagger is a name for a class of people that comes from the Reconstruction Era South. Cheap luggage in those days was made of the same material as carpets; the good stuff was leather. After | Read More »
BREAKING: Detroit Dem Delegates openly discussing casting Denver ballot for Hillary!!!!
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. Here we are less than three months away from the biggest Presidential election in my lifetime, with Russia rattling it’s saber like it’s 1988, with unemployment here in Michigan at a staggering, nation’s worst 8.5%, with gas prices hovering around $4 a gallon while Democrats vacation on the taxpayer dime and with a state jobs program who’s only method | Read More »
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Colorado Primary Watch [Final Update]
I did my civic duty and went to the polls today to cast my vote in the Primary election for Republicans in my district. In every single race in my district there was only one person running, so the choice was easy. I don’t have any heartburn over anyone running, so I avoided the non-vote protest statements. There are a couple of close races elsewhere | Read More »
Today Is Primary Day: CO, NV (Sneak Peak WY, WA)
This Tuesday is Primary Day in Colorado and Nevada and the following Tuesday is Primary Day in Wyoming and Washington state. Here is a rundown on what primary races are worth keeping en eye on for: Colorado US Senate Races is already decided for both parties Our nominee is Fmr Congress Bob Schaffer and he will face liberal Boulder Congressman Udall CO 2 Open Seat | Read More »
MI:13 Congressional, 50th House District Vote for Change!
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. The victory celebration had to wait until early Wednesday morning. Long-time incumbent Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick snuck by a pair of challengers at the polls yesterday but the race was so tight nearly 80% of the precincts were reporting before there was any indication Kwame’s mom had actually held on through the storm. Meanwhile, in Davison (the 50th House | Read More »