Tag Archives: Republican Primary

Reflections on the Republican Nomination Process

Let’s just admit it.  We have a pretty stupid process of choosing the Republican nominee.  The Democrats’ process is even more fouled up and overcomplicated, but at least they don’t have to go through with it this time around.  We … Continue reading

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For Gingrich: No Cain (and no talk of Bain), Means No Pain… at least for now

With Herman Cain, for all intents and purposes, out of the 2012 GOP primary race, the party can now focus on one of the many other stars in the yet large constellation of contestants. But to be honest, this is … Continue reading

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Herman Cain and the Left’s Fixation with Race

The candidacy of Herman Cain is a shock to the progressive system.  In the neat little world that resides in their heads, liberal Democrats envision an alternate reality in which President Obama is a liberal Reagan, the private sector is … Continue reading

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Maybe Rick Perry is 2012’s Fred Thompson After All

Back in August, when Rick Perry officially launched his campaign for President, some bloggers and columnists compared him to Fred Thompson, who got into the 08 race late because of good poll numbers. I dismissed such comparisons at the time … Continue reading

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Is Rick Perry 2012’s Fred Thompson?

Rick Perry if officially running for President.  Some are suggesting that he’s this contest’s Fred Thompson.  Here’s something from the LA Times: We all may remember (or, more likely, most of us don’t) Fred Thompson, the former senator from Tennessee … Continue reading

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