My Take? The Romney Bet Seems Less Important than Gingrich’s Survival of Infidelity Errors
It looks like the pundits on ABC and elsewhere are stirred up about Romney’s idea of making a $10,000 bet, but missing the significance of Gingrich’s survival over the infidelity problem. As you may remember, the challenge of a $10,000 bet was Mitt Romney’s best idea for shutting down Gov. Perry’s attack on his commitment to an individual mandate. The number did not shock me | Read More »
Grow up Republicans!
Lord knows that I love President Reagan. Like many others, I became a Republican because of him. After reading Lou Cannon’s “A Role of a Lifetime”, I spent the next 10 years searching for another Ronald Reagan in every candidate for public office. Then, I grew up. There is only one Ronald Reagan. And, I would venture to say that some liberals are right – | Read More »
Perry Edges out Romney in Republican Debate
MSNBC started off the debate on Wednesday night encouraging infighting between the candidates. While Fox News did the same in the previous debate, MSNBC targeted most of their questions primarily at the frontrunners – Perry and Romney. While the questions by the moderators were often just biased statements attacking each candidate, I will not join some of my fellow conservatives in spending too much time | Read More »
Is Palin Disrespecting Republican Voters?
I have always liked Sarah Palin. I liked her even more after hearing her speak on her recent bus tour. Sarah Palin’s refusal to play by the rules and outsmart the media has been very entertaining. After all, who else could have caused such a stir with a simple Facebook post? However, at this point in the game, her failure to announce her candidacy is | Read More »
Obama – Wait for America to Consider another Presidential Candidate
In a clearly political move today, Obama requested to address a Joint Session of Congress on September 7th at 8:00 P.M. to speak about his “jobs plan” at precisely the same time the next Republican Presidential Debate airs on NBC. The White House arrogantly replied when asked about the scheduling conflict, “if the network so chose and the candidates so chose” to reschedule, “that would | Read More »
Who won the debate? What others are saying.
There is a general consensus that Mitt Romney won last night’s debate. And not just from the left. Interesting and quite unexpected. Erick Erickson: RedState I think Mitt Romney did not just win the New Hampshire debate by holding his own, but legitimately won it with his answers and composure. He was unnecessarily defensive on the Afghan question, but largely showed his experience with Presidential | Read More »