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Tag: "2012 GOP Presidential debate"

Romney Promises A 20 Percent Tax Cut… For All

Mitt Romney is out trying to rally votes in the Wild, Wild West.  Today, the former Massachusetts governor was at the Tri-City Christian Academy in Chandler, Arizona.  During the course of his 20 minute speech, Romney began by lambasting President Obama for the first 5 minutes before swerving into his policy plans. Romney was scarce with […]

GOP Candidates Debate, After Nearly Month Off

Thus far in the 2012 GOP Presidential cycle, there have been 25 debates since May of 2011 – which averages 1 debate approximately every 12 days. Tonight, February 22nd, the candidates take to the stage at the Mesa Performing Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona.  This time, however, they have been away from the debate stage for nearly […]

February 22nd CNN Republican Debate 8pm ET

Overview Tonight may be the last of the Republican presidential primary debates as Santorum, Romney and Paul declined to appear at the March 1st Georgia debate and MSNBC has cancelled its March 5th event. Santorum has been riding a huge swell of support and funding after his three state sweep almost two weeks ago. The […]

Romney & Santorum Decline, Thus, March 1st Debate Now Cancelled

Story Via Red Alert Politics (By Stacey Disterhof ) Erick Erickson created a buzz this afternoon after tweeting former Massachusetts Governor and Presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, would not be participating in the Georgia Republican Party/CNN debate on March 1. The Atlanta Journal Consitution picked up on it as well, stating Romney officials told CNN about their decision  to bow out earlier today. […]

Romney & Santorum Decline, Thus, March 1st Debate Now Cancelled

Story Via Red Alert Politics (By Stacey Disterhof ) Erick Erickson created a buzz this afternoon after tweeting former Massachusetts Governor and Presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, would not be participating in the Georgia Republican Party/CNN debate on March 1. The Atlanta Journal Consitution picked up on it as well, stating Romney officials told CNN about their decision  to bow out earlier today. […]

After Ron Paul, Who Will Lead The Revolution? …This Guy.

. For decades, Dr. Ron Paul has been a force in the fight for liberty.  The groundswell of support that surrounds Dr. Paul has grown with each passing year, culminating in the current 2012 race for the White House. But let’s be real about the situation for a minute.  Dr. Paul is 76 years old. […]

CPAC Gets Occupied…. Kind Of

As Presidential candidate Mitt Romney was preparing to take the stage for his CPAC speech, the real excitement was brewing outside on Woodley Rd, NW. The “Occupy” movement made their presence known with a boisterous and vocal display at the main entrance to the Marriott hotel.

Could Obama Face Felony Charge In Arizona?

AZ Gov. Jan Brewer and President Obama (Photo Courtesy The Associated Press) The State of Arizona is, once again, taking on the Federal Government.  Before, it was on illegal immigrants and the lack of Federal involvement.  This time the fight centers around the healthcare law: Commonly called “Obamacare” or “Harrycare” (after Senator Harry Reid). Arizona […]

Komen Backpedals – Funding Planned Parenthood Again

. Komen for the cure founder and CEO Nancy Brinker, along with the board of directors, released a statement today that announced their intent to continue funding Planned Parenthood.  They have stated that political pressure does not warrant the decision that was previously made.   The entire statement is below: DALLAS – February 3, 2012 […]

Stephen Colbert Campaign Would Help Republicans

Believe it or not, as a Presidential candidate, Stephen Colbert would help the Republican party defeat President Obama.  In a recent Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey: Stephen Colbert, would actually hurt the president more than [it would] Romney, pulling 13% of the national vote and keeping Obama to a 41-38 margin This is particularly shocking, […]

Embracing Technology, Obama To Host Google+ Hang Out Today

When Google launched it’s “Google Plus” – a social network – one of the key features was a “Hang Out”.  A “Hang Out” is where users can interact and communicate with multiple friends and people in a video conference style setting. Today at 5:30 ET, President Obama will be hosting a Google+ Hang Out town […]

Gingrich Wants To Expand Government To The Moon – Literally

Newt Gingrich pandered to voters near Cape Canaveral, Florida, calling his vision of space “a romantic belief that it really is a part of our destiny”.  But newt didn’t stop there.  Newt went much farther into the stratosphere saying: . “by the end of my second term, we will have the first permanent base on […]

January 26th 8pm CNN Republican Debate

Tonight at 8pm eastern, CNN will host the last debate before the Republican primary in Florida. Rasmussen Reports released a new poll that shows that Mitt Romney has re-taken a slight lead in Florida after having been behind Newt Gingrich for the last week. Ron Paul and Rick Santorum are polling well back at 9% and […]

New Site Petitions Indiana Governor To Run For White House

Apparently, a Virginia man is unhappy with the GOP options for Presidential candidates.  Matt McKillip has decided to draft the candidate he believes is the right man for the job:  Governor Mitch Daniels of Indiana. McKillip has started the website http://runmitchrun.com/ in the hopes of gaining enough signatures to persuade the Hoosier State Governor to enter the […]

Bain, climate change and Romney's Achilles heel

Yet another debate looms. Will the moderator dare ask questions related to climate change legislation, CO2 emissions, the potential for millions of dollars in profit to Romney’s former employer Bain & Company should a global carbon trading system be thrust upon the United States? Doubtful. For months I have begged, pleaded, Facebook’d and Tweeted to […]