I spoke to a young lady from TX on day one wearing a Ron Paul button Her son is a big Doctor Who fan and she wears a Doctor Who Scarf Well As does a friend of her's from Texas too.
I'm not sure what to think. My opinion of the Paul family is mostly shaped by Ron Paul. You remember him right? Older gentlemen, never met a government agency he liked, has a bunch of college-age follower-droids, ran for president several times. Ron Paul is for many the only introduction into libertarianism they have had. Having … Continue reading Am I losing my mind or is Rand Paul a legitimate option for the GOP nominee?
There was a lot of talk yesterday of MSNBC's decision to cut away from every Minority & women speaker (except for Ann Romney who is NOT a poll). When popular Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz, the GOP nominee for Senate, took the stage, MSNBC cut away from the Republican National Convention and the Hispanic Republican … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: Selective Coverage Edition
Yesterday as I drove into the studio I noticed an oddity. As I reached the train station Rotary I noticed a large Ron Paul image on the side of the building that's been bearing a Ron Paul for president sign for months. I thought it a little odd, the president race is all but over … Continue reading The silent Ron Paul Campaign
Libertarian Candidate Gov Gary Johnson was the final speaker at the Worcester Tea Party event yesterday. He spoke to me after the event. and also spoke to a group of young people there on the subject of Ron Paul. I found him a decent and experienced fellow, I think it was a travesty and a … Continue reading Gary Johnson at the Worcester Tax Day Tea Party Event
My thoughts on the debate, I think the strategic move for Romney people in crowd to be nice to Newt was cute. Newt proved that when he is not attacked he makes good points. Paul remains the same and I think gains in every debate because of the way he portrays himself, I think Santourm … Continue reading Mood blogging the CNN debate
Well Ron Paul decided that he was more interested in investing in Maine vs investing in a CPAC straw poll, but Mitt Romney managed to get a win instead. I would be VERY interested in knowing how many registrations came after the results in Colorado. What do I think? I think that Romney is so … Continue reading Remember when every year Ron Paul would sponsor people to win CPAC votes? Update: I might be unfair here.
another in my series of CPAC 2012 interviews
The final in my series on the GOP candidates for president Congressman Ron Paul Congressman From Texas The Case for: 1. Organization: Ron Paul has built one of the finest grass-roots organizations I've ever seen, it is national, it is organized and it is active. 2. MD: Ron Paul is a long practicing medical Doctor. … Continue reading The GOP field, Pros and Cons Today: Ron Paul
For a Santorum supporter I haven't put out too many huge blatant "Vote Santorum" posts but after last night debate how can one not see that Santorum is the guy? Santorum handed it to Romney on Obamacare and Romney care: And the CNN Panel figured it out. He made the right argument on the Moonbase … Continue reading Rick Santorum takes it to Romney, he’ll take it to Obama
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
The Anchoress reports on a disturbing omission in the MSM coverage of Thursday's debate: I came to the debate a few minutes late so I didn’t see it live. At the end of the debate, when CNN replayed “highlights” the standing-O wasn’t included (it certainly seemed like a “highlight” whether one liked it or not), … Continue reading Compare and contrast Lack of curiosity vs shoe leather reporting
The Primary may be over but politics has not ended in NH as evidenced by this event for GOP Gubernatorial candidate Ovide Lamontagne: There were several speakers... ...who spoke passionately on his behalf: The event was put together by Mike of Granite Grok who spoke briefly And the Granite Grok Crew was live-streaming and interviewing … Continue reading Ovide Lamontange event in Nashua NH
I'm way behind in my posting but as election day is today I wanted to get one last post up with speeches by candidates so you can hear them in their own words before you make a decision: First Santorum's speech at Rivier college in Nashua And he talked about regulation: the first question was … Continue reading My last pre-election speech sample, Paul and Santorum in Nashua and Hollis
Today thanks to a combination of a lack of previous sleep and my youngest missing his bus I got up too late to be at the Radison for Morning Joe. So after dropping off my son and calling in an update for WCRN Morning Show I made a brief stop at the Ray Krok Memorial … Continue reading Photos and videos from Paul and Santorum in NH 1-9-12