Well, I think you hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes. It’s almost like an Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it up and restart … Continue Reading Was the Etch-a-Sketch gaffe intentional?
Apparently Jeff Foxworthy, who campaigned with Mitt Romney in the days leading up to the Redneck Belt primaries, is a bit too uptown for Republicans in Alabama and Mississippi. Little … Continue Reading If only he had gotten Larry the Cable Guy’s endorsement
Which Candidate Would You Rather Have a Beer With? We hear this question every election, though, for me, there’s never been an obvious answer (save for Bob Dole). I dare … Continue Reading The question the GOP fears most
ABC News reports that the Mitt Romney campaign is deploying Donald Trump as a surrogate in radio interviews in Michigan.
For years the GOP has placated the religious right, even as Christian fundamentalists have steered the movement to the fringe. On a national level, at least, that constituency has been … Continue Reading The problem with constituencies
Mitt Romney was raised in Michigan, where his father served two terms as governor. Despite that, two recent polls of Michigan GOP voters show him trailing Rick Santorum. If Santorum … Continue Reading Rick Santorum may actually be the GOP nominee
Some “highlights” from the CPAC convention: *Severe conservative Mitt Romneytron was programmed to liberally repeat the word “conservative” and did so more than two dozen times. Chasing the wind, as … Continue Reading The dumbing down of conservatism