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Tag Archives: Mitt Romney
A clean sweep!. Mitt Romney takes Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, and the state of New York in the Republican primaries tonight. Continue reading →
And an interesting photo comparison of our Republican and Democrat contenders for the US presidency shows an athletic and very energized Mitt Romney facing off against a world-weary stoop-shouldered Barack Obama. I guess riding around in golf carts can really take its toll. Continue reading →
Mitt Romney has been declared the winner in the Maryland, DC, and Wisconsin primaries. So isn’t it now time for Mister Sad Sack Santorum to bow out gracefully? Or will Mister Sole Conservative drag out his candidacy like the silly spoilsport he has turned to be? Continue reading →
Results for the Illinois Republican primary show Mitt Romney winning handily. Based on these early results, Fox News is already declaring Romney the winner. Continue reading →
Fox News has predicted that Mitt Romney will win the Arizona primary tonight which will give him 29 delegates to take to the Republican convention. And Fox is now predicting that the Mitt Man will win his home state of Michigan as well. Continue reading →
With the Michigan primary fast approaching, Mitt Romney has picked up some nice conservative momentum by getting the official pat on the back from several Tea Party organizations from across the Wolverine State. It’s reassuring to know that there are some grassroots groups of Tea Party folks who aren’t hell bent on a self-destructive heresy hunt. Continue reading →
As yet another Republican primary debate blows by the airwaves and as yet another round of anti-Romney rhetoric ushers forth from the usual cadre of bloggers and big-mouthed talk show hosts, us political peons out here in the hinterland can only take our heads in our hands in response to the self-destructive hubris of the conservative anti-Establishment. Continue reading →
Ok, so maybe Romney didn’t exactly rock per se at CPAC, but he did win over the patriotic faithful at the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference. CPAC’s straw poll final figures have Romney at 38%, with Santorum at 31%, Gingrich at 15%, and Paul at 12%. Continue reading →
After winning 47.6% of the vote in Nevada and with Gingrich, Paul, and Santorum straggling across the finish line well behind the frontrunner, I think it’s pretty clear who will turn out to be the Republican nominee for President. Continue reading →
After hearing all the hype about Donald Trump gearing up to endorse Newt Gingrich, it now appears that Trump is ready to throw his weight behind Mitt Romney. Continue reading →
The last poll taken before the Florida primary shows Mitt Romney pulling way ahead of the competition. Continue reading →
Since there has been a lot of talk lately about the spouses of presidential candidates and since that chatter seems to have been mostly concerned with Mr. Newt’s three lady loves, I thought it would be nice to take a look at the marriage of Ann and Mitt Romney. Continue reading →
So just what’s wrong with Mitt Romney’s campaign? Well, Mark Steyn, commentator, columnist, radio host, and author, has concisely and accurately hammered the political nail directly on the head. I don’t know who is providing the highly-paid campaign advice for Mr. Mitt, but there needs to be a Come to Jesus confrontation within his consultative ranks. Continue reading →
Mitt Romney flexes a little patriotic muscle and pops an annoying Occupy pimple by simply speaking truth to the congenitally stupid. Tell it like it is, Mitt: America is right and the Occupy Leftist goons are WRONG. Continue reading →
It may still be early in the presidential campaign season, but I think it’s time for us conservatives to get used to the obvious fact that Willard Mitt Romney will end up as the Republican nominee for President of the United States. In his speech in New Hampshire this evening, Romney indeed sounded very presidential. And he certainly talked the Tea Party talk. Continue reading →
With Rick Santorum sliding into second place only eight votes behind Mitt Romney in the Iowa Republican caucus, should we begin to take the Rickster’s presidential candidacy seriously? Continue reading →
Governor Rick Perry has pulled ahead of the Republican pack. Rasmussen has just released their latest poll and the numbers are encouraging for Perry. Continue reading →
It’s now official: Rick Perry, Governor of Texas, is a publicly proclaimed candidate for the Republican presidential nomination for 2012. And already up and running is the Rick Perry for President website which went live this afternoon.
Having been sorely disappointed at the motley crew of Republican presidential contenders currently strutting their stuff in Iowa, I’m pleased and more than a bit relieved to see Governor Perry tossing his Texan hat into the political 3-ring circus. I certainly have respect for Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty, but quite frankly, neither project that presidential demeanor that is the quintessential quality for any successful candidate running for president today. Continue reading →