President Barack Obama’s allies in the press are clamoring for Tuesday night’s debate in Hempstead, New York as the Dear Leader hopes to springboard off of Joe Biden’s bully pulpit performance in Danville, Kentucky. Campaign advisers are promising a more “aggressive” tack from Obama which could force a bare-knuckled stance from Governor Mitt Romney. Paul Ryan was as polite as you could expect a politican to be on Thursday night, but don’t expect the same from Romney. If Obama takes the Biden approach in this debate, Romney will not take it lying down. Continue Reading
Rick Santorum continued his string of solid debate performances Thursday night in Jacksonville despite moderator Wolf Blitzer’s best efforts to focus on the political battle going on between Governor Romney and Speaker Gingrich. Santorum was stumble-free while answering questions on illegal immigration, the space program and healthcare.
The highlight of Thursday night was the exchange on healthcare which erupted between Romney and Santorum. If you missed the debate and don’t have time to go back and watch it, at least read this excerpt: Continue Reading
Regardless of whether you think Newt Gingrich should be the Republican nominee for president, conservatives should agree on one thing. Newt is not doing himself any favors with these new-found attacks on Mitt Romney and the former governor’s tenure at consulting firm Bain Capital. There has been much banter amongst the conservative media outlets about Gingrich using the “language of the left” and sounding more like a Democrat than a “Reagan Convervative” – as he claims he has always been. Continue Reading