After finishing in 3rd place in the Iowa Straw Poll former Minnesota Govenor Tim Pawlenty is dropping out of the race. In a Sunday morning conference call with supporters, Pawlenty said, “We cannot envision a path forward to victory, and so therefore we made a decision to end the campaign.” Pawlenty expected to get a… Read More »
Days of news coverage of the Ames straw poll have come to conclusion – Michele Bachmann won, Ron Paul took second and Tim Pawlenty rounded out the top three. First the detailed results. Out of 16,584 votes cast: Michele Bachmann 4,823 votes / 29.1% Ron Paul 4,671 / 28.2% Tim Pawlenty 2,293 / 13.8% Rick… Read More »
So who won the GOP debate in Ames, IA last night? With a mostly subdued panel-and moderator questions that ranged from contentious to downright bizarre – the more pertinent question seems to be “Who lost?” The most obvious losers were Rick Santorum, Tim Pawlenty, and Jon “My Record in Utah” Huntsman. Santorum and Pawlenty… Read More »
As much of a #facepalm moment the debate became when Gov. Tim Pawlenty started a back-and-forth, playground-style tiff with Rep. Bachmann, it didn’t end there. Press releases were sent immediately to all news outlets explain why each one was right and who had lied. The fight started on July 10th when Pawlenty hinted that he… Read More »
The Pawlenty for President organization today released Presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty’s plan to travel through 26 cities in Iowa in eight days ending at the Ames Straw Poll on August 13th. “As I have traveled across the state over the last two weeks, Iowans have voiced their frustration with President Obama and his failure to… Read More »
The Pawlenty for President campaign released an ad on Wednesday that displays his success as a state Governor. ABC Sports says the campaign used unauthorized footage from the “Miracle on Ice” hockey game in this political advertisement. “It’s a violation of our copyright and exclusive proprietary rights,” said Louise Argianas, director of rights and… Read More »
It appears that that GOP hopeful Tim Pawlenty has shown his true colors, and it appears to be a bright shade of green! While on Meet the Press this yesterday, the former governor of Minnesota seemed to give somewhat of a back-handed compliment to fellow candidate Michele Bachmann, while at the same time slamming her. Mr. Pawlenty stated: “I… Read More »
Governor Pawlenty gave these remarks in a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations: I want to speak plainly this morning about the opportunities and the dangers we face today in the Middle East. The revolutions now roiling that region offer the promise of a more democratic, more open, and a more prosperous Arab world.… Read More »
Raleigh, N.C. – Obama is in a decent position to once again win the key swing state of Florida. Obama leads all potential Republican opponents by a greater margin than his 51- 48 victory over John McCain in 2008. Obama leads Mitt Romney by the narrow margin of 47-43 (up from 46-44 in March). Obama… Read More »
MINNEAPOLIS — Governor Pawlenty released the following statement today after being the first 2012 presidential candidate to sign the Cut, Cap, Balance pledge. “I am encouraged by this measure that underscores the dire need to cut spending and balance the budget. Like my economic plan, this pledge will serve to reverse decades of Washington’s fiscal… Read More »
On Wednesday, Tim Pawlenty’s campaign released a video hoping to highlight his ability to effectively govern as a Conservative.
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.
The one thing that stands out in my mind after watching the GOP Presidential Debate in New Hampshire last night is that we have a stronger, more potent group of challengers to Barack Obama than most people know, or are willing to admit today, especially in the media. While we have been told there is no… Read More »
The contestants were selected with care for their appeal to the liberal network, the undesirables weeded out in the pre-selection process. The host was quaffed just so for his role, the questions light and fun.. No, this wasn’t The Dating Game, but what was supposed to be the first major debate among the GOP potentials… Read More »
As I have been writing in my Democratic Attack Machine (D.A.M.) articles, the Liberal media is the heart and soul of D.A.M. today. Once again we see a once unbiased, honest reporter out of Washington D.C., Mr. Bob Franken turn into a media-puppet of the left. Also of note is that he is a cousin… Read More »