Can Donald Trump or Ted Cruz Beat Hillary Clinton? A New National Poll May Surprise You
There’s a new Bloomberg national poll out, and if you ever had any illusions about the well-documented evidence that Donald Trump would be a Hindenburg-sized disaster as a general election candidate against Hillary Clinton, this should lay those doubts to rest. Trump trails Hillary by 18 points, 54-36, and the news gets worse from there. Start with the topline. Trump trails Hillary 54-36, and even | Read More »
Why Mitt Romney was embraced by some in 2008, who’ve since let go.
It always surprises me when Republicans I know and respect — smart people, I tell you — ask, “If Mitt Romney was acceptable in 2008, then why isn’t he tolerable to those same people now?” The short answer is: we’re not in 2008 anymore, Toto. Next in Line It’s axiomatic that Republicans nominate whomever is “next in line.” Meaning, if someone fails in one election | Read More »
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How does Romney appease the 15%?
It is my contention, via my own campaign knowledge, via my outreach, via my understanding of circumstance from the past and how it all plays together… That Mitt Romney will lose 15% of the Republican voters if he is the nominee. I will even place a bet at 100 to 1 odds that he suffers a huge and measurable drop in Republican votes if he | Read More »