While Republicans claim to idolize the former president they seem to forget his greatest accomplishment wasn’t his policy but his accessibility.
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Last weekend the Michigan Republican Party voted, by a 1,370-132 margin, in support of a plan to change the way Michigan’s electoral votes are doled out. Rather than the winner-takes-all system that Michigan has always known, rather than a proportional system that gives each candidate the votes they earned, and no more, as The Detroit … Continue Reading →
There is still a lot of talk and writing about President Barack Obama’s win. People are still trying to explain just how a sitting president won re-election with the economy being so bad that many called it a recession. How could Obama win with the unemployment so high and the wages so low? Gas is … Continue Reading →
Now that the election has passed, the good people of the Republican Party should examine themselves and keep the country a two-party system. It is the best thing for the country to have a balance of power. The party in the White House must be kept in check by the party out of the White … Continue Reading →
How could Mitt Romney lose and lose so badly? He lost all of his home states and being the rich guy he is, he had three. The talking heads gave many reasons, from conservative talk show host to the choice of a V.P. that couldn’t win his hometown, nor his home state. Romney is a … Continue Reading →
There is a lot of talk about why Mitt Romney lost but nobody wants to say it. President Barack Obama and team Axelrod (political advisor to the president) just did all the right things. That includes the rope-a-dope in the first debate. Obama got 40 percent of the overall white vote, according to a USA … Continue Reading →
Some big-name pundits are starting to talk about electoral college predictions, as Glenn Beck weighs in with a 321-217 Romney romp.
Michigan is not in play this year, most experts agree, despite a Fox 2 News Poll conducted by Foster McCollum White that puts Romney-Obama in a dead heat, 47-47 percent.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is out with a new advert in Ohio called “Who Will Do More?” — a defense of his position on the GM and Chrysler auto bailouts. “Who will do more for the auto industry,” the ad begins, the optics an allusion to the days when the Detroit Three were running … Continue Reading →
With the presidential debates forcing the Democratic Chorus off its Obama-led character assassination-of-Romney theme and into actual public policy issues, the tune has changed. From Obama spokesmen to Detroit Free Press writers to ABC’s Martha Raddatz to Saturday Night Live, the new Democratic line is: Which loopholes would the Romney-Ryan tax plan close? The question … Continue Reading →