Tweet Since at least Reagan, the standard liberal trope is that Republicans, both voters and politicians, are stupid. That trope has, of course, emerged again this year. The joker in the deck is Newt Gingrich, a PhD and author who spokes with incredible fluency and has a masterful grasp of facts. With Newt as the [...]
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Tweet Let’s see if I’ve got this right, based upon the evidence currently available: Obama is a grandiose narcissist Newt is an egomaniac Hillary is a compulsive liar Mitt seems vaguely asperger-ish, with a weather vane in place of his spine Herman is a serial womanizer (assuming, for the sake of argument, that the claims [...]
Tweet Back in 2007 and 2008, I pretty strongly supported Romney. If you check out my Mitt Romney category of posts, you’ll see myriad posts in which I praised his economic acumen and his character. It looks as if I’ll be dusting those posts off again. When Perry came on the scene, I liked his [...]
Tweet What do you think of it? I find the over-the-top music on the “Perry is wonderful” part a bit distracting but otherwise agree with those who think it’s an effective ad.
Tweet What do you all think of the Gardasil leviathan attached to Perry? Bachmann went off the deep end when she said that the vaccination causes mental retardation, but I know there are plenty of conservatives (Michelle Malkin is a good example) who think that Perry’s attempted Gardasil legislation makes him unfit for office. Much [...]
Tweet As the primary season heats up, here’s a good question to ask: If we want to end the primary season with a viable political candidate to face off against Barack Obama, are there limits limits to the nature of the attacks that bloggers launch against the Republican candidates during this primary season? My take [...]
Tweet I’ve been focusing for years, almost to the point of obsession, on Obama’s nasty crack to Hillary during the Democratic primaries. She said, with rather charming self-deprecation, “I think I’m likeable,” and he sneered in return, “You’re likeable enough, Hillary.” It was that moment at which I said, “This is not a nice man.” [...]
Tweet Stephen Hayward advances a solid argument that Romney has the lock on the nomination. As I read it, the core of is argument is that Romney is the seasoned Republican campaigner, whose weaknesses have already been thoroughly exposed by a hostile media. Perry still has ahead, as Hayward says, a comprehensive and public proctological [...]