Category Archives: 2012 Elections
BuzzFeed: Was Mitt Romney Right About Everything? Ten months after Mitt Romney shuffled off the national stage in defeat — consigned, many predicted, to a fate of instant irrelevance and permanent obscurity — Republicans are suddenly celebrating the presidential also-ran … Continue reading
Once again it is time for the Festivus Airing of Grievances. My list this year is longer than ever. For the first time ever both Clintons made the list. As usual, the media is in the top three. But this … Continue reading
It’s only been a week and I’m already getting burned out on election postmortems. Every warm body with a keyboard and a internet connection is telling us what happened and more importantly what it all means. Here is what last … Continue reading
hun·ker intransitive verb ˈhəŋ-kər hun·kered hun·ker·ing Definition of HUNKER 1: crouch, squat —usually used with down 2: to settle in or dig in for a sustained period —used with down I was wrong. I freely admit it and make no … Continue reading
Well that didn’t go as expected. *shrug* Sometimes you’re the sculpture, sometimes you’re the bird, and sometimes you’re just a pile of shit. The final episode of This American Election will air in just one hour. Join Anthony and me … Continue reading
It’s over. Four more years of hell, of a terrible economy, and more progressive authoritarianism. Tomorrow we begin to regroup and figure out the future. One thing I’m not doing is moving. There is still no greater country on earth. … Continue reading
This is the last thread for me, If we need another one, the klown will have to be on it.
It ain’t over yet. Steny Hoyer is a prick. Hang in there. Keep it going.
Mitt Romney has tapped into what Nixon called the Silent Majority. There are millions of people out there that are non-political. They don’t talk about politics. They don’t go to protests or donate to candidates and they damn sure don’t … Continue reading
Hot Air: Romney’s crowds are building—28,000 in Morrisville, Pa., last night; 30,000 in West Chester, Ohio, Friday It isn’t only a triumph of advance planning: People came, they got through security and waited for hours in the cold. His rallies … Continue reading
Here are Mitt Romney’s and Barack Obama’s closing speeches of the 2012 campaign. See you in the morning.
David Feith: If Obama Loses If President Obama loses re-election, it won’t be because of the weak economy, the unpopularity of ObamaCare, the fallout from Benghazi or any other policy-related matter. At least that isn’t how many Obama supporters on … Continue reading
Kevin DuJan: I would like to take a moment to ask you to please be charitable in the days ahead…but especially on Tuesday…while dealing with Obama cultists and all those on the Left when Barack Obama loses his reelection bid. … Continue reading
It’s time for our final episode of This American Election before the actual election. TAE starts in just half an hour. This week’s episode if Calm Inside the Storm. Click the link to access the show, or the archive later. … Continue reading
Salena Zito: Main Street In Revolt The homemade sign for Mitt Romney in the yard of a well-manicured but modest home in Leadville, Colo., forlornly signals the fracture of another onetime supporter of Barack Obama. If Romney wins the presidency … Continue reading
Cross-posted from P&L. Prior to 2008, the only Republican candidate I had ever voted for was Anne Northup, for Kentucky’s 3rd Congressional district, in 1996. I chose her in that race because she represented a rare opportunity to get a … Continue reading
Stephen Green (aka “Vodkapundit”): The polls also have a hard time making numbers out of “broken glass voters.” These are folks who (like me) voted for Bob Barr four years ago, or held their nose and grudgingly voted for McCain, … Continue reading
Not sure where Myiq is, but until he returns, I thought I’d keep the ball rolling. Halperin this morning: From ABC News: With one week to go, states that were once considered Obama strongholds now look less solid. Republican groups … Continue reading
Sandy has hit and the clean up will soon begin. Our thoughts are with those who’ve suffered from the storm. While we watch and wait, I thought we could all use a laugh or two. If you wonder why I’m … Continue reading