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Jon Huntsman Drops Out, Slams Discourse

Jon Huntsman Drops Out, Slams Discourse

I always liked Jon Huntsman… he seemed smart and experienced and he wasn’t afraid to slam his fellow Republicans who shunned things like science and common sense. Perhaps because he served under the Obama administration once (Chinese ambassador) or maybe because two Mormons in one political contest is too much, he never caught on and remained just above Gary Johnson in terms of name recognition.

By January 19, 2012 5 Comments Read More →
Wacky Wednesday: Newt Gingrich Doesn’t Sign Pledge to Not Cheat on His Wife

Wacky Wednesday: Newt Gingrich Doesn’t Sign Pledge to Not Cheat on His Wife

The Republican nomination process just keeps getting wackier and wackier with news that Newt Gingrich promised to adhere to a pledge with the Iowa Family Leader that says, among other things, that he will promise “personal fidelity to my spouse.”

By December 14, 2011 3 Comments Read More →
GOP Candidates Play with Fire: Donald Trump’s “Classy Debate”

GOP Candidates Play with Fire: Donald Trump’s “Classy Debate”

Fox New’s Redeye host Greg Gutfeld called the upcoming Republican debate, hosted by the False Hair God and Hair Apparent, “Donald Trump’s Classy Debate” and, though it won’t really be called that, it should. Sarcasm intended. Newsmax is also hosting the event.

By December 6, 2011 9 Comments Read More →
Wacky Wednesday: Herman Cain Has an Affair for 13 Years, Runs for President, Doesn’t Think Anyone Will Notice?

Wacky Wednesday: Herman Cain Has an Affair for 13 Years, Runs for President, Doesn’t Think Anyone Will Notice?

Like almost all mass transit systems, the (Herman) Cain Train suffered from multiple design flaws, the chief one being Bad Judgement. Hit with allegations that he carried on a 13+ year affair and backed by evidence such as phone records, Herman Cain is simply too damaged to stay in the presidential race. He didn’t break the cardinal rule of American politics by getting caught with either a dead girl or a live boy, but he was a close second.

By November 30, 2011 14 Comments Read More →
In Considering a Republican Presidential Candidate, Should the Press’ “Reaction” Matter?

In Considering a Republican Presidential Candidate, Should the Press’ “Reaction” Matter?

There is a debate raging amongst Republican whether or not a “true” Conservative should be nominated to run against Obama in the general election. Many speak ill of the so-called “RINO” (Republican in Name Only) and the term is often used in the same breath as people like Mitt Romney who, many imagine, is the presumptive nominee.

By November 15, 2011 10 Comments Read More →