The way I see it, Rick Perry’s campaign has two problems. First, it can’t build and sustain momentum. His economic plan got a quick round of applause — and why not, considering that it was built from virtually every serious conservative tax and spending reform idea of the last 15 years — then fell back [...]
Tag: 2012 Election
Sorry, Mr. Cain, I’m done. A third former employee says she considered filing a workplace complaint over what she considered aggressive and unwanted behavior by Herman Cain when she worked for the presidential candidate in the 1990s. She says the behavior included a private invitation to his corporate apartment. It is possible that the story [...]
I figure it’s only a matter of time before the Democrats figure out that they can whip the wretched hive of slack and mopery that is Occupy Whatever into a frenzy over the “Wall Street” Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Mr. Cain, I don’t know if you remember me, but we’ve spoken three or four times. I supported your run for President before you actually declared. I was on board the Cain Train before there was even a train to board. Your limited government principles, faith in the American people, and common-sense ideas for good [...]
According to an anonymous source inside the Rick Perry campaign, we’re going to see a different man tonight. He’s going to be more active and more engaged. He’ll bring his electoral expertise to bear on hit less-experienced opponents. We’ll hear more about his energy plan and get a few hints about the other phases of [...]
If you’ve ever wondered what could unite the Associates Press and the back-room old guard of the GOP, I have your answer: Rick Perry.
Is Barack Obama trying to tank his re-election prospects? I only ask because It’s the most plausible reason I can imagine for why he would go on the campaign trail and talk trash about Americans. Mr. Obama, in an interview with WESH-TV in Orlando, said his administration has been tough on the country’s trading partners [...]
Though I don’t know him personally, I have heard of conservative activist and New Media star Steve Foley, but I have certainly heard of him. He worked hard to build up his blog The Minority Report then turned the social capital he built there into effective grassroots political work in New York and Massachusetts during [...]
I believe the President of the United States has blown a gasket. He has gone ’round the bend. He has become unhinged. I don’t know whether the pressure of three years on a job for which he was never suited and to which he’s never shown the first glimmer of aptitude has gotten to him, [...]