Last week’s DaTechGuy on DaRadio with John LaRosa and a special appearance by Robert Stacy McCain is now available here.
My latest for the Examiner is now up too covering Tom Weaver’s appearance at the Twin city Tea Party here:
“You can get 20 people in an apartment with running water, flushing toilets, screens on the doors , air conditioning, a refrigerator, this and that they are living better than any of the people I visited in Pueblo Mexico.”
Check em both out but remember I get paid by the click at the examiner so if you can talk a few million folks into hitting that link I’ll be good for quite a while
Speaking of Stacy I have to agree Monica is better looker than that leathers girl, but either way both have made bad decisions and while Leathers hasn’t had its full effect yet consider this.
Monica Lewinsky is 40 years old, she is not reported married and I imagine a lot of people still judge her by her irresponsible actions where she was manipulated by Bill Clinton. Any dates may still be very uncomfortable
No husband, no children and alone, and while youth not withstanding she should have known better Bill Clinton certainly should have and realized what it would to this lady’s future.
He didn’t give a damn.
Now perhaps she wasn’t looking for a man or didn’t want children, but if she did Clinton made such a result much harder.
I think she deserved better.
Tonight at The Twin City Tea Party there was a straw poll of the attendees. Here are the Results:
1st Herman Cain 33.3%
2nd Mitt Romney 30.3%
3rd Rick Santorum 18.2%
1st Herman Cain 27.3%
2nd Newt Gingrich 21.2%
3rd Rick Santorum 15.2%
Note no ballot had the same person for Prez & VP
Ballot Penetration (appearing on a ballot for prez or VP)
1st Herman Cain 60.6%
2nd Rick Santorum 33.3%
2nd Mitt Romney 33.3%
1st Blank 39.4%
2nd Joe Solomito 33.3%
3rd Lisa Wong 18.2%
Show ID to Vote
1st Yes 97%
2nd Blank 3%
I wonder what Stacy will say about that.
Update: I guess the Twin City Tea Party was a foreshadowing of this poll
Rick Perry has tumbled by more than 20 percentage points over the past month among Republican presidential primary voters and is now second to Herman Cain, who leads the field with 28%.
Mitt Romney received little benefit from Perrys fall, garnering 17% of the vote for third place.
As for President Barack Obama, both his job approval (42%) and the percentage who believe he deserves re-election (37%) are little changed from recent polls, but he does seem to be winning back some supporters who have been disappointed in his job performance.
via Kerry Picket and Sunshine State Sarah who comments:
Note the dates of the Zogby poll. It just finished today, so this is a direct reaction to Cain’s earth-shattering Florida straw poll win and many of the voters were sampled before Cain’s incredibly powerful speech to the Presidency 5 delegates.
Morning Joe Hardest hit.
I briefly talked to Bill Campbell who is running for secretary of State in Massachusetts at the Twin City Tea Party.
People often forget that the Sec of State has important powers that can be critical if a state has been suffering under one party rule. It is a race that should not be ignored.
…at the twin city tea party on Monday:
I had a lot of trouble uploading video yesterday so a lot of the Monday stuff is coming up today and tomorrow.
Guy spoke at yesterday’s tea party even concerning running a campaign and how you needed more than just people to hold signs. I asked him the following question:
As a rule the things you learn the most from in life are your mistakes.
…the Twin City Tea Party had a flag day event.
And we got pictures:
I’m very sorry for the lateness of this post, I’ve been having upload problems all day.