Primary Results Open Thread.
Florida (link), Wisconsin (link), Minnesota (link)… am I forgetting anybody? If so, let me know in comments. [UPDATE] Oh! And Connecticut. Sorry about that: I was reminded of that one in comments. I need a better link than this, too.
RS Interview: Aaron Bean (R-CAND, FL State Senate 4 PRI)
This is the other state-level interview (Florida) that I’ve done recently (more or less because of the RedState Gathering): again, I encourage people to interview their own state-level candidates and politicians. These races matter. Here we have Aaron Bean, who is running in Florida’s Fourth Senate district: we chatted about the race, and state-level races generally. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07FiaJWFLNQ&feature=plcp Aaron Bean’s site is here. Moe Lane (crosspost)
RS Interview: Cord Byrd (R CAND, FL State House 11 PRI).
This is one of two interviews about state races – in this case, Florida – that I did as more or less because of the RedState gathering. I thoroughly recommend that people interview their own state legislators and candidates; 2010 taught us that every race has importance, and it’s on the state level that a lot of the day-to-day political decisions are hashed out. At | Read More »
Assessing the effect of Mediscare on the 2012 election cycle.
One of the more… interesting… beliefs that seems to have spread along the Online Left lately is that their forthcoming campaigning against Paul Ryan’s budget reforms (henceforth to be sneeringly dismissed as ‘Mediscare’) is a clear winner for them. And if you ask them why, the members of the Online Left who are smart enough to avoid saying “Because we think that the population of | Read More »
Paul Ryan’s prepared remarks.
[UPDATE] I just got sent this. If you missed the speech, that was a shame: nice balance of positive sentiments, and fully-deserved scorn for this current, quite feckless and incompetent administration. I’ll put up the video itself when it’s available; the text of it is below the fold, and is from here. One thing that won’t come through is that Ryan knows how to react | Read More »
RedState Gathering: Gov. Rick Scott, Speaker-Designate Will Weatherford.
Two more RedState Gathering videos for the night: the first is Governor Rick Scott, who was of course our host for the weekend… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgNin3FBgps …and the second is of Speaker-Designate Will Weatherford, who is poised to be the next Speaker of the House in the Florida legislature. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt-7aaT6_eg Moe Lane (crosspost)
RedState Gathering: Ron DeSantis (R CAND, FL-06 PRI).
This one from the Gathering is of Ron DeSantis, who is running in the FL-06 primary. Which is, again, next week; so if you’re in Florida, make sure that you go out and vote! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7olkpriiodg Ron’s site is here. Moe Lane (crosspost)
RedState Gathering: Chauncey Goss (R CAND, FL-19 PRI).
This is going to be a Day of Florida: I got a lot of these to chew through and the primary’s next week. Here’s Chauncey Goss, who is running for FL-19: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-CA-MsUGvg Chauncey’s site is here. Moe Lane (crosspost)
“Obama That I Used To Know.”
I want you to watch this video (via The Blaze, via AoSHQ Headlines)… http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yJnAp3YxCCw (for those without video: it’s a dang good political parody of Gotye’s Somebody That I Used To Know*)
RedState Gathering: Gov. Bobby Jindal (R, LA).
We’re always happy to hear from Gov. Bobby Jindal, and after the speech that he gave last Saturday* (as I noted at the time, you could see the crowd collectively thinking Why, Bobby here would make a perfectly good Vice President) he took a few moments to talk to me about… you know. Stuff**. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG1RfEq67jY Moe Lane (crosspost)
Collusion between Obama for America and Priorities USA on ‘their’ lying Soptic ads.
The Story So Far: two days ago, the Obama administration – using the fig-leaf/cutout of Super PAC Priorities USA – accused Mitt Romney of being a murderer because a company that Romney used to own closed down a steel mill (several years after Romney left that company) and that meant that the wife of the husband who lost his job at that steel mill (one | Read More »
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RS Interview: Steve Oelrich (R CAND, FL-03 PRI)
This is a slightly complicated one: I have two different interviews for the FL-03 GOP primary, and I don’t want to appear to play favorites, so I’m just going to do them both and let the readers decide. This one is of state Senator Steve Oelrich, who represents most of the new district in the state legislature. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TAowns3bRk His campaign site is here. Moe Lane | Read More »
RS Interview: Rep. Cliff Stearns (R CAND, FL-03 PRI).
This is a slightly complicated one: I have two different interviews for the FL-03 GOP primary, and I don’t want to appear to play favorites, so I’m just going to do them both and let the readers decide. This one is of Rep. Cliff Stearns, who has switched over from the old FL-06 district to run in the new FL-03. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-1UZTU9jTk His campaign site is | Read More »
Let us not say “Au Revoir,” Russ Carnahan.
Let us instead say,”Good-bye.” The local CBS affiliate called Missouri’s First District Democratic primary race for William Lacy Clay, and I don’t think anybody can really dispute it. Which is a tragedy, for it means that I can no longer use this photo: As God is my witness, this is not a Photoshop. Open thread for election results. Moe Lane
@TheOnion: using dead Sikhs as political props.
Short version: Twitchy caught the typically unhinged Online Leftist reaction to the Onion’s… smear? No, they’ll claim that it’s a parody. Parody smear, I guess… article where they (falsely) had Michele Bachmann say that she was thankful that no “Americans” were killed in Sunday’s Oak Creek shooting. Now, I know, I know: comedy is edgy, it’s not the Onion’s fault that the Left side of | Read More »