Newt Gingrich may be successfully channeling the energy of Eddie Chiles’ “I’m mad too!” to relate to the Republican electorate. Frustrated with a sour economic outlook, skyrocketing spending and an over-reaching government, Chiles did a series of Conservative radio commentaries in the late 70’s and early 80’s that resulted in the now famous buttons and bumper-stickers:… Read More »
With Rick Perry dropping out of the Presidential race mere hours before the next GOP debate, the stage in South Carolina seemed set to deliver at least a few interesting moments. Viewers did not have to wait long for fireworks. The first question out of the gate from CNN moderator John King was directed at… Read More »
During Monday’s debate in New Hampshire, CNN’s John King felt that the best way to get to know our candidates was to ask them a set of pop-culture questions. Perhaps CNN should have let the candidates have 60 second responses instead of wasting time with this crap.
When CNN’s John King asked Former Obama advisor David Axelrod about the 2012 election, Axelrod answered that that the election would not be a referendum on Obama, but a choice between Obama and his opponents. Part of his statement is correct, the part of the election being a choice. As far as a referendum –… Read More »