Category: Elections & Voting

January 2, 2013

Conservatives Must Not Seek All Low Info Voters

Some low info voters get their rocks off just thinking about Obama taxing the rich. News flash idiots, if Obama taxed the rich at 100%, taking every cent of their wealth, it would fuel our economy for less than a …

December 31, 2012

Illinois’ 2nd District

Perhaps the country’s strangest voters live in Illinois’ 2nd Congressional District, located on Chicago’s southeast side.

In 1980, voters elected Gus Savage as Congressman. Savage said only whites are capable of racism. And he called-out “racist Jews” who donated …

December 17, 2012

Misinterpreting Obama’s Mandate

I have written before regarding Obama’s legitimate claim to a mandate for raising taxes on the “rich.” He made no secret of his plan to raise taxes during the campaign and voters — who for the most part know they …

December 16, 2012

American Politics as a Confidence Game

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 16 Dec 2012

Reading post-2012-election news reports can be hazardous to one’s mental health, particularly for the sanity-challenged among us. But perhaps the singularly most prescient comments come from long ago—from the pen of America’s most profound novelist, Herman Melville, whose words in …

December 9, 2012

Romney vs. McCain and Obama vs. Bush? Who Wins?

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 09 Dec 2012

Editor’s note: This article first appeared at American Spectator.

Shortly after the November election, I wrote an article titled, “McCain Beats Romney!” The article focused on initial reports showing that Mitt Romney received fewer votes in 2012 than John McCain …

What Went Wrong with the 2012 Election Part 3?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 09 Dec 2012

In a nutshell the Republicans were too left brain sided in their thinking. When the voters hear words like deficit, fiscal cliff and balanced budget, it goes right over their heads.

Now in all fairness when Clinton was running and …

December 7, 2012

Change the narrative if Republicans ever want to win an election again

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 07 Dec 2012

Republicans have lost their way in the political arena, out-marketed by Democrats who better understand what sells to the American voter. Democrat’s key to success was to divide the country loosely into a collective of voting blocks and target …

December 6, 2012

What Went Wrong with the 2012 Election Part 2

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 06 Dec 2012

In Part One we opened up the discussion in various directions. Today let’s talk about the impact of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time and how the capitalists can still win the Brass Ring.

First off, we discussed the …

November 30, 2012

Democrats Stole the Election

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 30 Nov 2012

The electoral fraud evidence is accumulating to the point where I must conclude that the November election was stolen by the Democrats. In the months leading up to the election, report after report surfaced highlighting significant erosion of support …

November 29, 2012

What Went Wrong with the 2012 Election! Part 1

Filed under: Elections & Voting,In The News - 29 Nov 2012

After the election results were in, it struck me as kind of funny for many reasons. It is fun to see everyone attacking each other, but in the end they all had the wiggle room excuse to say that it …

Conservatives Need to Hold the Line

It has been a dispiriting three weeks. President Obama gets reelected, and the Democrats actually make modest gains in Congress. And on top of it Conservatives are engaged in a cannibalistic frenzy in trying to assign blame for the election …

November 26, 2012

Obama: His Infamous Reelection!

Filed under: Elections & Voting - 26 Nov 2012

When I saw the news reports on “Obama Phones” I knew Mitt Romney didn’t have a chance. Soon, 60 million or so American morons will be sporting personal Obama Phones, paid for by taxpayers who pay up to $300 a …

November 25, 2012

It’s Always Darkest Before the Dawn

Honesty is always the best policy because when you’re fooling yourself you’re not fooling anyone else. The recent election should have been a wake-up call for everyone committed to the traditional principles of our great Republic: constitutionally limited government, …

Invasion of the Liberal Body Snatchers

When I was a younger and more naïve man, I sometimes thought to myself, “Boy, if I could just get a forum in which to express my ideas, I could really change people’s minds.” This was before I realized that, …

November 24, 2012

Maine’s Mysterious Black Voters

Filed under: Corruption,Elections & Voting,In The News - 24 Nov 2012

There are endless “anecdotes” from the last election “that prove nothing about vote fraud,” as the critics put it. And one that would be comical, were this not a tragic topic, involves reports of dozens of black voters showing up …

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