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A Great Example Of How The GOP Gets Killed On Messaging Over and Over Again

The Democrats may obsess over race, fail to understand basic economics and be incapable of governing, but they have learned one key lesson that Republicans just can’t seem to grasp: Winning in politics is all about being on offense. It … Continue reading

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MSNBC: The Network that Makes TMZ Look Like ‘60 Minutes’

A big congratulations is in order for Steve Frank of The Ed Show and the stellar Woodward and Bernsteins over at MSNBC! They captured the story of the century that will put them on par with the fine journalist at … Continue reading

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One Of Romney’s Staffers: The Real Problem With The GOP is the “Far Right?”

Mitt Romney, who was a moderate governor of a blue state, with a moderate staff, running a campaign that seemed to be geared around avoiding social issues and being as non-offensive as possible, lost to Barack Obama. Didn’t we see … Continue reading

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Romney Adviser: We Lost the Election Because the Far Right of This Party Has Taken the Party to a Place That it Doesn’t Belong

Still reeling from the defeat, establishment Republicans are running from the right, clinging to the mistaken belief that more-centrist politics will yield better election results. Because the last two moderates the GOP nominated for the presidency worked out really well…

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Chris Christie Runs off at the Mouth (Again)

There has been much discussion regarding Mitt Romney’s “gifts” remark, where he discussed the decades-old strategy of liberal candidates who give voters tons of governmental goodies in exchange for votes. Now, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who earned the ire … Continue reading

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Chris Christie’s Political Career May Be Over

Mitt Romney was winning independents in most polls by 7-20 points before Chris Christie’s over-the-top praise for the minimal amount of help Obama gave his state tanked Mitt’s numbers with independents. The early exit polls showed that Mitt won independents … Continue reading

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Why A Conservative Third Party Is A Terrible Idea

Respectfully, I have to disagree with Herman Cain’s call for a Third Party in the strongest of terms. It might be emotionally satisfying, but it would be doomed before it got started.

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It’s Time To Clean House In The Republican Establishment

The Republican Party lost to one of the worst Presidents in American history with its handpicked, establishment-approved candidate despite the fact that the economy is terrible, there’s a foreign policy scandal making headlines, and Obama ran a poor campaign. Despite … Continue reading

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A Final 2012 Senate Breakdown: The Key Races To Watch

The GOP would need to capture 4 seats to take control of the Senate. Unfortunately, the same state level polling data issue that’s impacting the presidential race is playing a role in the Senate races as well. In fact, it’s … Continue reading

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Campaigning the Obama Way: If You Can’t Earn Their Votes, Trick ‘Em

Elections are to be won, and I am not naïve to believe that on either campaign, every action taken has been an example of good-natured competition. Both Obama and Romney want to win, and they’re not above tweaking the perception … Continue reading

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