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    • Mitt: The Man Who Wouldn’t Be President - 20 Feb 2014
      posted in Big Parties & Columns & People

      I recently watched Mitt, the new behind-the-scenes documentary that chronicles former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s two failed presidential bids. If you haven’t seen it, I would highly recommend it. It’s a revealing and mostly unfiltered behind-the-scenes look at a man most Americans still don’t think they know, despite the 5 years he spent on a […]

    • Mitt Rasputin - 16 Aug 2013
      posted in Big Gov & Columns & People & Politics & Govt

      No. No. A thousand times no. Like a bad rash he keeps coming back. Like Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees in a cheesy ‘80s slasher flick he cannot be stopped. Like the character Milton Waddams in the ‘90s cult classic Office Space he refuses to accept his firing. Mitt Romney is Rasputin. They fed Rasputin wine and […]

    • Fox News adds Scott Brown to join Dennis Kucinich – Will Mitt Romney be next? - 14 Feb 2013
      posted in Columns

      Where do failed politicians go after they’ve been rejected by their electorate? It seems Fox News is their new destination. To help ratings, Fox has been shifting the face of its commentators steadily more to the left in order to keep it more “fair and balanced.” Former Congressman Dennis Kucinich, lost his gerrymandered district in […]

    • Lies and Clever Myths - 24 Jan 2013
      posted in Big Gov & Columns & Numbers & Politics & Govt

      The best thing about math is that it’s a constant. The numbers are what they are. That’s why I’m a data guy, because as a person that believes in absolute truth I have a tendency to like things cut and dried. Leading up to the 2012 election several lies and clever myths were postulated by […]

    • Republican Congressmen must be accountable to conservatives Part IV of IV - 04 Dec 2012
      posted in Columns

      View Parts One, Two, and Three. Can it be as MSNBC proclaims that all Republicans are racists? Democrats, calling Republicans nasty names is not a new phenomenon. Their baseless, unwarranted charges do not green light Republican legislators to cave on tax increases or on the new Sergeant Schultz—U N Ambassador Susan Rice. Moreover, it does […]

    • Republican Congressmen must be accountable to conservatives Part I of IV - 20 Nov 2012
      posted in Civil Liberties & Columns & Legislative

      View Part Two Here. Why must conservatives put up with fraidy cats, wimps, bohos and namby-pambies for representatives? What happened to guts and glory and for the greater good? You may recall that in 2010, many on the wrong side of history found themselves on the other side of the electorate. We kicked them out […]

    • Failure to appeal to middle class doomed GOP ticket - 12 Nov 2012
      posted in Columns & Vote

      President Obama may have scored a narrow victory Tuesday night, barely winning 50 percent of the popular vote. Yet his squeaker of a triumph not only represents a bigger loss for the Party of Lincoln, but also offers a critically important lesson. Republicans and their standard bearer, Mitt Romney, were confident of consigning Obama to […]

    • An Extremely Critical Tuesday - 02 Nov 2012
      posted in Big Gov & Columns

      I am feeling the audacity of hope. Hope, that is, that Mitt Romney is going to win the presidency. It is a strange situation I find myself in. I have a gut feeling that it is going to happen, but at the same time I want to prepare myself for a massive disappointment. All signs point towards a very close election, and I realize that this is by no means a done deal.

    • Top pollster predicts low voter turnout this election cycle - 01 Nov 2012
      posted in 2012 & Numbers

      A top political polling firm predicted Tuesday that there will be lower voter turnout in the 2012 presidential election cycle than in 2004 and 2008. According to Gallup Polling, registered voters reported paying less attention to the upcoming election, and were less likely to rate their chance of voting than in 2004 and 2008, two […]

    • What is ethical energy and why aren’t the candidates talking about it? - 19 Oct 2012
      posted in Big Gov & Big Green & Columns & Economy & Energy & Environment & Property

      When it came to gas prices and energy production, the second presidential debate last Tuesday played like the footnotes to the first one: same points, just more detail. President Obama claimed that oil production is up because of his policies, and Mitt Romney claimed that “the president’s right in terms of the additional oil production, but none of it came on federal land.”