The most important election so far was Virginia. Mitt Romney ran with only Ron Paul opposing him on the ballot. Yet Ron Paul, overall in a distant 4th place, polled 40%. The normal, reasonable, rational reaction is what the exit polls showed. 40% of the registered Republican voters will not vote for Mitt Romney under … Continue reading Irreparably Damaged?
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Yesterday we posted a beginning to zany, wacky things going on in the Presidential Primaries. I figured this would be a series going on into or past the general election. Little did I realize that Part Two would be the next day. The State of Georgia challenged Obama's eligibility to be on the ballot. Obama … Continue reading Wacky Presidential Primaries; Part 2
Jackie Kennedy believed LBJ killed JFK. Rick Santorum does not have to fear assassination by Ron Paul but the ticket above proves people don't have to like each other to work together. Let's examine the strengths and weaknesses of Ron Paul as a running mate for Rick Santorum. Rick Santorum did not qualify for the … Continue reading Paul as VP for Santorum?
To those in states with Primaries, the entire Caucus system seems confusing. We stayed up until 2:00 AM to watch the media proclaim Mitt Romney the winner by 8 votes. But the popular vote is not what counts. What counts is the delegates sent to the national Republican convention. While nothing is certified at this … Continue reading Rick Santorum Won in Iowa! Or, How Much Difference Can Just One Delegate Make?
It seems like every day someone is asking me this. So I am finally writing this blog and from now on will just link to this if anyone online asks me. First, I will support the candidate who most closely supports the United States Constitution and has a chance of winning the general election. The … Continue reading So Which Republican Candidate Do You Support? And Why?
An unidentified man won a bet on the St. Louis Cardinals winning the World Series with 999 to l odds. Long shots can win whatever the odds. This also applies to elections. It's not over until the last vote is counted. At this point anything can still happen. But the outcome of the 2012 Presidential … Continue reading President Herman Cain