Election 2012

What Have You Done for Me, President Obama?

October 27, 2012

Isn’t that the question?  Aren’t we all asking what has been done for me during the past 3.75 years? I thought I would sit this one out as over the past year I have lost much of my interest in politics.  Maybe it is the overwhelming BS that hits the media everyday or the accusations […]

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Rick Santorum is Spineless or Just Plain Stupid

January 23, 2012

So, here’s the story.  Santorum was taking questions at one of his Florida stops.  A woman made a statement about President Obama that included her saying that the President is a Muslim and Muslims should not be president.  Well, we all know there are those who will believe whatever they will believe.  That’s okay. The […]

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Newt First in South Carolina GOP Primary Race

January 21, 2012

First it was Iowa that went to Santorum after going to Romney.  New Hampshire voted for Romney.  The question of Romney’s taxes apparently is more disturbing than the lack of morality of Newt Gingrinch as the old Newt wins the South Carolina primary.  That’s just a projection at this time.  And, on to Florida…. As […]

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Voting Irregularities in Iowa, Not Iraq, Not Afghanistan

January 21, 2012

Okay, so Iowa or at the very least the GOP in Iowa has embarrassed itself and the state with the latest OOPS! moment of the season.  As we all remember, Mitt Romney was the original winner of the GOP Iowa Caucus — by 8 votes over Rick Santorum.  Remember?  Well, that was a couple of […]

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Perry Out, Gingrich Up, Romney Up and Down, Santorum Hanging by a Prayer

January 19, 2012

In brief: Perry drops out Romney loses Iowa to Santorum by 34 in final count, still holds win in New Hampshire and hopes in South Carolina Gingrich on the prowl and rallying the crowds in South Carolina, still behind Romney in polls Santorum is looking for another miracle Paul is becoming less of a factor […]

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Huntsman Out of GOP Presidential Hunt

January 16, 2012

Myrtle Beach is nice this time of year.  That’s the opinion of one who spent several years there and loved the winters far better than the summers.  There is something that is powerful about the Atlantic Ocean slapping the desolate winter beaches, the wind blowing a chilling wind toward the land, and the gray days […]

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Mitt and Ron: 1 and 2 in New Hampshire

January 10, 2012
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Does anyone remember “Who is John Galt?” the famous question from Atlas Shrugged?  Well, the question has now become “Who is Jon Huntsman?”  He is a dismal third in New Hampshire. Perhaps everyone expected Mitt Romney to take New Hampshire.  In the past few days it seemed that Ron Paul could be in a battle […]

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Santorum Compares Gay Marriage to Polygamy

January 6, 2012
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What is Santorum thinking?  Or, is he?  Comparing gay marriage to polygamy is almost as bad as comparing a space shuttle to riding a horse.  The ballpark isn’t large enough to hold both concepts, either the comparison of gay marriage to polygamy or the comparison of a space shuttle to a horse.  I could almost […]

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A Closer Look at Rick Santorum’s Racist Remarks

January 4, 2012
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With Rick Santorum rising in the Republican ranks, I was shocked to see that he is either racist or speaks before he thinks and is racist.  Either way, Mr. Santorum opened his mouth and offended many black Americans and many other Americans who thought we were beyond his racist thoughts — at least in politics. […]

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McCain Passes Lost Bid for President to Romney

January 4, 2012
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McCain, a two time loser in his bid for president, first losing in the primary circus before losing in the general election, has passed the bid to Romney.  According to the Washington Post “It’s with some nostalgia that I return to this place that I love so well, but I am really here for one […]

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