I interviewed Dennis Lamare at the Nashua Republican City Committee event on 4-28-12 He also spoke to the audience earlier that evening. His web site is here
With SuperTuesday upon us here in Massachusetts the time had come to see exactly what the situation was at the polls today. I started in Fitchburg in Ward 1. The reports were of slow turnout both precincts were below 40 voters at 11:30. My next stop was ward 4 in Leominster, I followed a Prius … Continue reading Mr. DaTechguy visits the Polls on Primary day 2012
The second in my series of the GOP candidates for president Newt Gingrich Former Congressman from Georgia, Former Speaker of the House The Case for: 1. Leadership: Newt Gingrich is a leader, he presents a dynamic image of leading from the front to take the county where it should be. 2. Conservative History: Newt Gingrich … Continue reading The GOP field, Pros and Cons Today: Newt Gingrich
I've talked recently about the many reasons to oppose Barack Obama and to remind people why the Republican nominee whoever he is should be supported. The time has now come to examine each of the remaining candidates to see what they would bring to the table. I will examine the pros and cons of each … Continue reading The GOP field, pros and cons today: Mitt Romney
Just watched yet another GOP debate and was totally unamazed by the lack of questions on fast and furious and BS questions such as: "Why did the Bush Tax Cuts fail?". I think political types are sick of questions from people who want the GOP to fail. I have a solution: I suggest Hotair send … Continue reading Enough MSM debates Let’s see the Hot Air Debate moderated by Ed Morrissey with bloggers on the Panel
Let your 'Yes' mean 'Yes,' and your 'No' mean 'No.' Anything more is from the evil one. Matthew 5:37 People have a great capacity to hear the truth Dr. Thompson The Verdict 1982 Byron York tells a story a Mitt Romney story that make a lot of sense: According to Scott, Romney revealed that polling … Continue reading My Mitt Romney problem in a nutshell
Although I have avoided for strategic reasons "Santorum Surge" talk, it has reached the point where it is time to speak up. White Stacy McCain is pleased that Iowa is catching up to him Erick Erickson's critique will certainly get more play in the MSM As a pro-lifer myself, I have to throw up a … Continue reading Erick Erickson and conventional wisdom
Cokie Roberts is looking like a genius today: Iowa’s Secretary of State Matt Schultz will be endorsing Rick Santorum Friday, ABC News has learned. The campaign teased the endorsement as a “major announcement” and it is a big boost for the candidate who has spent the most time campaigning in the state. This is also … Continue reading Iowa Sec of State endorses Santorum
I'm at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua NH to cover a Herman Cain event, it's the first Cain Event I've covered since he became a front runner and the differences are apparent: Large Room, lots of media, lots of signage the works. Of course you still have the tables and the swag, but more of … Continue reading Live from the Herman Cain event in Nashua NH 11-17-11
This post on Rick Santorum: Santorum’s brand of conservatism may not be your particular cup of tea, but there is no denying that he is a man of firm principle, untainted by even the slightest hint of corruption or scandal. Neither can it be denied that Santorum has campaigned tirelessly despite all discouragement. He has … Continue reading Stacy McCain gives Lisa Graas the best birthday present ever…
Kirk: You mean to tell me your people just walk into a disintegration machine when they're told to? Anan 7: We have a high consciousness of duty, Captain. Spock:There is a certain scientific logic about it. Anan 7: I'm glad you approve. Spock: I do not approve. I understand. Star Trek: A taste of Armageddon … Continue reading My Reply to Stacy McCain, et/al: I do not approve, I understand
I think this tweet could be: It doesn't even matter what the video looks like or what it says. If Michelle Malkin whose conservative credentials are unquestionable is saying this, that is simply disastrous for the Cain campaign. That's why I included the follow-up tweet, once someone says "The emperor has no clothes" then it … Continue reading Is the turning point for the Herman Cain campaign a single Michelle Malkin Tweet?
It was a 2 1/2 hour drive from Fitchburg to get to Hanover NH through some beautiful foliage and some interesting signage: Was on the phone with Stacy McCain just as I got off of the US 5 exit when my cell went dead, haven't been able to pick up anything here to this point. … Continue reading Hanover NH 1:44 p.m.
After months of telling everyone that he is not running for president, there are now hints that Chris Christie might jump into the race. After months of hedging, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is giving serious thought to jumping into the ring for a GOP presidential run -- and could make his decision next week, … Continue reading The Trap for Chris Christie set by the media
and the votes don't count but WOW! Herman Cain won the Presidency 5 Florida Straw poll with 996 votes, 37.1 percent of the total, blowing past Rick Perry and Ron Paul, both of whom had organized to win here. He more than doubled the Perry vote; more delegates chose Cain than chose Perry and Romney, … Continue reading I know it’s just a straw poll…