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Simply put, the core beliefs of conservatism that Mitt Romney provided in months of campaigning are over. It’s now Business Mitt, and I have to applaud him for going directly at the president.
Winning. It’s the point of a race. Prior to the Denver Presidential Debate on Wednesday, we hear that Mitt Romney doesn’t want to talk about winning. The Romney campaign has a clear window to the nation, the first debate that sets the tone for all of the future debates. And they would rather reduce any … Continue Reading →
If you’re watching cable news, you might’ve noticed this narrative going around on how former Senator Rick Santorum is waging a war on women’s health. He also labeled President Obama with a “phony theology”, and is really having fun with his new-found status as a front-runner. But when it comes to women’s health, Rick is … Continue Reading →
I’m hearing that CNN’s Atlanta debate on March 1st is cancelled. Add that to the cancelled March 5th debate on MSNBC, and we’re left with one debate on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in Mesa, AZ. That puts 13 states across one debate, and 500+ delegates sit between now and March 6th. Part of me wonders if … Continue Reading →
Tonight, yet another Republican candidate debate has taken place. And while the mainstream media and Democrats salivate over the latest Republican battle royale, here are a few fun facts to ponder and not lose sight of as to why the selection process is so important: Since January 20, 2009 (Obama’s Inauguration Day) – On average, the government has spent $6.6 million every … Continue Reading →
It was true. Santorum did win Iowa (xls file from IowaGOP). But in the days after Iowa, no one even tried to offer Rick a bone. Heck, the biggest narrative was that “Romney wins two in a row”. Some folks actually tried to tell people this was rigged, but since no one actually vets their … Continue Reading →