Why I Oppose John Mica
Having grown weary of the never ending attacks and accusations that I am but a ‘tool’ of Rep. Sandy Adams’ campaign each time I focus on Rep. John Mica, I will share my thoughts on the matter. The one issue that his hired ‘attack dogs’ and other misguided supporters continually fall back on is that the Adams campaign advertises on my web site. That is | Read More »
John Mica; Majority Leader Eric Cantor Has Failed Us?
Let’s be clear, Rep. John Mica DID NOT not say Majority Leader Eric Cantor has “failed us”. HOWEVER, in an ad targeting his opponent in the contentious CD7 Republican primary, freshman Congresswoman Sandy Adams, Mica outlines 6 votes on budget and spending bills that she voted against. “Sandy Adams talks about reducing the deficit. Given the chance, she failed us,” a narrator in the commercial | Read More »
John Mica Campaign Charged For Third Time With Misleading Voters
FactCheck.org did an analysis of a campaign mailer sent out by 20-year incumbent Rep. John Mica targeting his opponent in the August 14th primary, freshman Congresswoman Sandy Adams. The verdict? “Misleading.” In the campaign mailer, Mica claims that Adams was someone President Obama “counted on” to “approve” stimulus spending. Not really. Sandy Adams, is a freshman who arrived in Washington nearly two years after the | Read More »
Setting The Record Straight In The Sandy Adams/John Mica Primary Battle
Interestingly, 20-yr incumbent Rep. John Mica’s campaign tag line directed at his primary opponent, freshman Congresswoman Sandy Adams, is ‘Rhetoric, not Results‘. A suggestion that, with his many years in Washington, D.C., he is in better position to generate results for CD7 voters. At the same time, his most recent jab at Adams makes the following claims; Voted to Spend Barack Obama’s Stimulus Requested over | Read More »
A Tea Party Battle Cry
Having come across an article that really stands out in all the din of messaging we see these days, I feel compelled to share it with you for what it’s worth. Written by Yates Walker, a conservative activist and writer who served honorably as a paratrooper and a medic in the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division before getting involved in politics, A Tea Party Battle | Read More »
A Ron Paul Presidency
For the sake of argument, let’s assume for a moment that Ron Paul prevails in the GOP presidential primary and somehow survives the onslaught from the Far Left, who must be salivating over the thoughts of a match up with an old, white guy surrounded by charges of racism and, at age 77, becomes the oldest man ever elected President of the United States. Once | Read More »
Do The American People Look Stupid?
So here we are yet again… it’s crisis time in Washington, D.C. With a midnight deadline looming on Monday, the ‘Supercommittee’ is at an impasse and we run the risk of the automatic cuts taking effect if a deal cannot be struck. For the next couple of days, we’ll be treated to the theatrics of the political class ‘laboring’ on our behalf to desperately come | Read More »
Chris Christie; GOP’s ‘Mr. Right Now’
There can be little doubt that Herman Cain’s trouncing of the media driven “front runners” in the Florida Presidency 5 straw poll last week set the political class back on it’s ears. Some were quick to say it was a protest vote – it wasn’t, however, whether you see it that way or not, it was certainly a repudiation of Mitt Romney in the minds | Read More »
What Herman Cain’s Stunning Victory Really Means
Herman Cain pulled off a major upset by winning the Florida Presidency 5 Straw Poll, doing so in a very convincing manner. The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO captured 37 percent of the vote, while Perry took 15 percent and Romney took 14 percent. I can make the claim that I accurately predicted the top three finish well before the totals were announce, except for one | Read More »
There’s Sarah Palin And Then There’s… ???
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Somewhere in the center of the photo below is former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin, attending the Iowa Sate Fair yesterday. That, ladies and gentlemen, is a media throng! I may be going out on a limb here, but I submit that the entire GOP presidential candidate field combined could not draw this kind of | Read More »