Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

In the Robes of Nostradamus

In June I sounded the clarion call for the Tea Party movement to unite, lest it be relegated to oblivion by the GOP. Apparently…I saw the future. The build-up to the GOP convention certainly seemed to be a dream come … Continue reading

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It’s Constitutional. Bitches.

Ever the exemplar of dignity and class, the DNC succinctly distilled the essence of contempt that Democrat statists have for Americans who still cling (bitterly so, according to B.H. Obama) to such antiquated notions as personal liberty and the rule … Continue reading

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The Mormon Thomas E. Dewey

I’m referring, of course, to former Massachusetts governor and presumptive 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, not to the former governor of New York and 1948 GOP presidential nominee Thomas E. Dewey – who lost to Missouri haberdasher Harry Truman … Continue reading

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Channeling the Alpha RINO

If Karl Marx was correct when he observed that history repeats itself first as travesty and then as farce, we are faced with two questions. First: has history repeated itself in the person of Mitt Romney’s campaign for the White … Continue reading

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Will Romney’s Veep Choice Split the GOP?

Many on the conservative side of the aisle assert that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is the Dream Veep – a running mate so perfect in personal and political attributes as to all but outshine the presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. And … Continue reading

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Romney: “A Better America Begins Tonight!”

Last night, “inevitable” Republican nominee Willard Mitt Romney won primaries in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Minutes after he delivered the following speech, New York was added to his delegate count. “After 43 primaries and caucuses, many long days and … Continue reading

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Self-Deportation: Der Mittmeister Was Right

During one of the myriad Republican primary debates that took place this past January, the issue of illegal immigration was tossed onto the table and candidate Mitt Romney took a stab at it by suggesting that if the current immigration … Continue reading

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A Real Life Case of Man-Bites-Dog?

In the course of the past week, a lot of bandwidth has been expended over President Obama’s admission that, as a boy living in Indonesia, he ate dog meat. From what I’ve read, the reaction is not so much one … Continue reading

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Ted Nugent and Franklin Graham: Peas in a Pod?

Legendary Rocker “The Motor City Madman” Ted Nugent, and Evangelist Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the great Reverend Billy Graham, have something in common. The Obama administration apparently does not want them anywhere near our Brightest & Best. The U.S. … Continue reading

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Where’s the Love?

In the fantasy world the media tries to cultivate, Barack Obama is universally loved. He is the most popular president in modern American history. He is the most “likable” person -ever. Who wouldn’t want to attend a beer summit with … Continue reading

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