One of the most important things a pol can do is to learn from mistakes. The key reason why John McCain managed to win the nomination was the division among those who opposed him. McCain was clearly one of the least popular candidates among conservatives but the division of the conservative vote allowed John McCain … Continue reading Mitt Romney learning from 2008
On the Charlie Sykes (620 WTMJ Milwaukee) show in Wisconsin they are commenting on the "protection" racket that the unions are using. Let's remind you of what the unions are saying: “Failure to do so will leave us no choice but (to) do a public boycott of your business. And sorry, neutral means ‘no’ to … Continue reading Wisconsin Unions: meet Wisconsin law and a class action suit waiting to happen.
In the Wisconsin battle the Koch Brothers have been portrayed as evil incarnate, liberals are ready to try to go after him financially but the Unions who actually work for him, suddenly say, not so fast: A number of organizations are advocating a boycott of the products that come from companies owned by the Koch … Continue reading But But I thought the Koch’s were evil?
For the last several days you have been hearing the media talk about how there is trouble in Republican Land. Harry Reid is saying how the speaker has to abandon the Tea Party (My latest in the Examiner on the subject is To Tea or not to Tea btw) Schumer is going on about "extremism" … Continue reading Republicans are in trouble, except when they’re not…