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GOP Debate: Winners & Losers, But Mostly Losers

   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 both carried the air of ...

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President Obama Would Lose if Mitt Romney or Rudy Giuliani Was the Nominee

Republican field problem is one of recognition – most are unknown NEW YORK, July 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — By this time next summer the Republican candidate who will challenge President Obama will be known but at this point the list of candidates and potential candidates for the nomination is still far from finalized. With the “will-he-or-she-run-questions” still being asked and answered, some of ...

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Did Romney Mislead About Fund Raising Success?

On May 16th, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign announced that he had raised more than $10 million in one day.  Facts are tricky things and according to the official FEC report filed by his campaign, he raised only $2.4 million on that day. Mitt Romney is not known for his honesty, full-on trustworthiness or much of anything else when ...

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Obama continues to lead in Florida

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 achieves larger margins against all ...

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What Liberals Got from the Debate [Video]

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.

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GOP N.H. Debate: What Did We Learn?

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 front-runner, or no real stand-out ...

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The Dating Game .. errr New Hampshire GOP Debate

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 for President. The fact that ...

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Romney Campaign Releases New Ad: “A Bump in the Road”

Hearing Obama admit that “Shovel-ready was not as .. uhhhh  shovel-ready as we expected” at a job council meeting on Monday was but one more proof of the naivety and ineptitude with which Obama has governed this country for almost three years. Always aloof and constantly out-of-touch, he and his administration consistently display a disconnect with real America. Mitt Romney’s campaign ...

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Rick Santorum and America’s Lack of Morals

Rick Santorum, the former Senator from Pennsylvania officially announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for President in 2012 without much fanfare or intense media coverage like that which was given to Mitt Romney when he announced. As a matter of fact, what media coverage Santorum did receive was usually in the form of denouncing him as “too conservative” or ...

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Is Sarah Palin Throwing Candidates Under Her Bus?

Sarah is travelling the country on her “One Nation” bus tour. She isn’t talking about the candidates or even whether or not she’ll be a candidate. She is talking about the issues and American history. So exactly what is Sarah Palin doing? As her patriotically-decorated convoy hit New Hampshire the same day as Mitt Romney’s announcement, a possible strategy for ...

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Mitt Romney: 2012 Presidential Profile

Willard Mitt Romney was born on March 12th, 1947 and was raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, which is just outside of the city Detroit. The former businessman and now seemingly career Republican politician is the son of the former Governor of Michigan, George Romney and Mother Lenore. Mr. Romney served as the Governor of Massachusetts after being elected in 2002, and, in ...

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Mitch Daniels Will Not Run for President

In an email to supporters, Mitch Daniels announced on Sunday that he will not be running for President. The counsel and encouragement I received from important citizens like you caused me to think very deeply about becoming a national candidate, Daniels continued, In the end, I was able to resolve every competing consideration but one, but that, the interests and ...

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On-the-Air 9pm Central- 5-12-11 : The Anti-Candidates

Tonight, May 12th: Rich and Co-Host Michelle Ray discuss: – Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Donald Trump – arguably the most visible GOP candidates for president. We’ll be talking about what they have stood for and why their prominence shouldn’t last. Guest: Amelia Hamilton will talk about her work with Guardian Angel For Soldier’s Pets   The show will start ...

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Help Wanted: Conservative Statesmen

The Tea Party is getting larger and stronger all the time. It is now a force to be reckoned with in Congress, in state legislatures across the fruited plain, and in the daily news cycle. Yet it lacks one thing. One thing that if present would take it from a force to be reckoned with to an irresistible force. What ...

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