Tuesday, December 11, 2007

National Review Endorses Romney

BDS, Iraq And Desire For New Leadership Haunt Republicans

State Del. Rob Wittman (R) defeated Iraq War veteran Philip Forgit (D) in the race to replace late Rep. Jo Ann Davis (R) in Virginia's 1st with 63 percent of the vote.

State Rep. Bob Latta (R) won the 5th district special election in Ohio today with 56 percent of the vote over his Democratic opponent.

The Hillary/Obama race has mesmerized America as the country is uninspired with Republican candidates nationwide. As the U.S. is mired in a quagmire in Iraq and the economy is in the tank, voters have turned on President Bush using congressional elections as a megaphone to signal their displeasure. Mission accomplished guys.

Working Alone

Hillary South Of The Border

Actually, I believe Hillary would be more comfortable in a palace. Little people could shine Hillary's and Bill's crown.

Roles swap in Argentina's palace as first lady takes over

and they could shine us all on.


Great guy, but not a politician I can trust or get behind.
Huckabee's Plethora of Pardons

...on Dec. 18, 2004, Gov. Mike Huckabee granted Stewart clemency, making
him eligible for parole, which he was granted. He was the 12th convicted
murderer whom Huckabee had helped free from prison. And when Stewart was freed, Jegley had a feeling he'd be hearing from him sooner or later.

I did hear Huckabee defending himself to Hannity on the Sunday, but facts are stubborn things. State economy, criminals, inmates, state Republican party, budgets, etc. are not things that Huckabee wants out to Republicans and conservatives nationwide.

Yes, Politics Is A Contact Sport


Republicans see an 'easy kill' with Obama or an enjoyable 'kill' with Hillary. Paul supporters see nothing but 'kill' in the way their candidate is treated.

If it is 'easy' or 'enjoyable' then you're doing it wrong. I talked to a person who pined to the good days of Ronald Reagan who was "such a nice man". Horsehockey. Ronald Reagan paid for the microphone so he could tell what he perceived to be the truth and sometimes he got rough. Rough as reality.

Getting to be president is tough work, as it should be. I have always felt sorry for those that actually believed that the 'right' message would win the day. As candidates, these people are too damned naive to be president. As supporters or staff, people such as this haven't a clue.

Should the 'truth' always win elections? You bet. Should people die in accidents? No. Should whiners be in politics? Absolutely not, but it's a free country.

You win by the belief in your heart, the sweat of your brow, the ache in your back and the strain of your brain.

Give me an opponent who believes in easy and I'll show you the person I am going to trounce. God willing and us still organizing up till just before the polls close of course.

To those 'conservatives and republicans' who are moaning like unpaid bookies that the democrats have already won '08, get to work or get out of the way.

UPDATE: I truly believe what I've said, but I should add that you should never miss the humor in campaigning like Dean's "AaaaaRrrrrrGggggggggg" or a statement one can't forget, "Halp us jon carry - we R stuck hear n irak". There are always gems:
"I thought she was the most gifted person of our generation," said Clinton