In part 1 of this series of posts, machine politics and the Obama campaign’s better organization was discussed. While this often can account in large measure for losses at the polls, people also show up to vote when they are excited about a candidate. That brings me to reason 2. The Republican Party should celebrate … Continue reading
As the election moves further into the rear view mirror, a good deal of soul-searching has to be done by the Republican Party. The inability of a qualified candidate to win against a president whose record belied any sense of accomplishment suggests a fundamental flaw within the party. Many pundits have already reached conclusions about the … Continue reading
As I sit here behind my keyboard on election eve, I find myself nervous and excited. It’s not unlike the feeling I had as a young athlete at the start of a big game. You know a lot is on the line, you really want to perform well, and you are hoping that all those … Continue reading
This story is ridiculous. Democrats stealing signs. I have worked hard to put signs up in the past too, including this cycle, only to see them stolen by Democrats. I am glad to see someone getting in trouble for it. It’s childish and needs to stop.
In the closing days of this election, we will hear a great deal about economic plans and Libya and see a few more negative attack ads. Some of the information we get will be useful, other parts will not. Because I have already made my decision to vote for Governor Romney, there is not much either candidate … Continue reading