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TPX/CNN GOP Debate: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Last night in Tampa Florida, The Teaparty Express/CNN GOP Presidential debate was held at the Florida State fairgrounds. The weather was quite nice for the event, although temperatures were in the 90’s for most of the day. Florida is also considered to be a very important swing state that could decide just who will become the next Republican President of ...

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CNN/Tea Party Express Debate:Gardasil, Social Security & the Rise of the Tea Party

The CNN/Tea Party Express debate in Florida ended with a whimper, but otherwise will surely go down as the most lively and impassioned debate thus far.  With more questions from the regular Americans of the tea party movement, candidates were given the opportunity to directly address the concerns of average Americans, and that fact alone seemed energizing. As predicted, CNN ...

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A Bizarre Marriage Of Ideals: Reviewing the GOP Debate

Tonight was the next installment in a series of  televised GOP Presidential Debates. Oddly enough, the debate itself was a very bizarre marriage of ideals. It was held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library, and sponsored by NBC News, parent company of the extreme left network MSNBC,  on which it was televised.  This partnership is not one you ...

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Newt Gingrich: 2012 Presidential Profile

Personal Information Newton Leroy “Newt” Gingrich was born Newton Leroy McPherson on June 17, 1943 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to Kathleen “Kit’ and Newton Searles McPherson. Hew grew up in Hummelstown, a small nearby borough. His biological parents were not married but a short time, and divorced. In 1946, his mother married Army officer Robert Gingrich, who adopted Newt. Newt has three younger half-sisters. Robert Gingrich was a ...

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Ames Straw Poll Results and Follow-Up

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 Santorum 1,567 / 9.4% Herman ...

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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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Newt Gingrich Campaign Loses 2 More

Fox News just cut into their daily routine to announce that Newt Gingrich’s campaign has taken yet another hit in its very early stages. It is reported that two more of his campaign staff members have resigned. Now, his top two campaign fundraisers have bid the campaign adios. Campaign spokesman R.C. Hammond is confirming to The Associated Press that fundraising ...

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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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Newt Gingrich, That Ship Has Sailed

Newt Gingrich pulled an Obama. During a critical period, where his leadership was most needed – he went on vacation. Despite advice to the contrary from his campaign staff, Newt and his wife went on a cruise through the Greek isles and now, his most senior campaign staff is sailing into the sunset. Newt’s campaign manager, spokesman, and advisers in three states ...

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Newt Gingrich Stands Alone!

Breaking News Breaking News just came out this evening that ALL of Newt Gingrich’s top campaign staff members have resigned due to “irreconcilable differences” in the direction of the campaign! This now leaves a gaping hole for Mr. Gingrich to try to plug, all the while trying to continue his presidential campaign, which has gotten off to quite a rocky start ...

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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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Another Orchestrated Panic

The current political atmosphere in this nation is so diametrically polarized that any centrist or compromising position is seen as selling out. Take note of the fact that damage done by Newt Gingrich’s criticism of Republican efforts to constrain spending and stop piling on debt cannot be easily undone.  That is to say in the immortal words of the late ...

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