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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Conservative Grassroots Confront the Unions

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Josh Mandel’s conservative grassroots supporters went toe-to-toe with a surly union coalition on October 25 in Cincinnati. Supporters of both candidates gathered outside a Cincinnati television studio on October 25 prior to the final debate between Senator Sherrod Brown and Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, hoping to lend a positive boost and propel their candidate to … Continue reading »

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The Rabbit and the Cow

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Obama has been running around touting that through his bailout plan he single handedly saved the auto industry and thus by doing so he also preserved over 1,000,000 jobs in the critical swing state region.  The obvious legal rebuttal to that statement would be that neither GM nor Chrysler was actually ever at risk of … Continue reading »

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The Final Plan Versus the Final Verdict

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Obama has finally produced a 20 page booklet outlining his economic plan for the next 4 years.  Personally, I find it humorous that he just now came up with something that he’s been chiding Romney for months about not having.  I haven’t seen the booklet yet, but I don’t think I need to simply because … Continue reading »

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Th Hypocrisy of Redistribution

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If I were to show up at your house and take your car, you would most likely call the cops and have me arrested for theft.  But what if your car was nicer than mine and I needed a reliable car more than you?  Why shouldn’t I have a right to it?  The answer is … Continue reading »

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Post Fight Analysis

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Last night’s debate was more like a boxing match that was declared a draw after outside interference from the referee than a presidential debate.  It was the prefight fight designed to garner even greater interest for the actual upcoming pay-per-view title fight.  However, the audience in attendance, which came in the form of the post … Continue reading »

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Suggestions for Round 2

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Rather than waiting around until after tonight’s debate to discuss what answers Romney should have given, I’m going to share the answers now that Romney should give on three topics that are almost certain to come up tonight.  Those three topics are Romney’s 47% comment, Bain Capital, and Obama claiming he saved GM via a … Continue reading »

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Will the Real Liar Please Stand Up

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An old trick among criminals is that if you fear you are about to get caught guilty of a crime you instead accuse someone else of being guilty of it first as a distraction.  It’s where the famous Shakespeare line in Hamlet comes from, “Methinks the lady doth protest too much”.   It’s also a specialty … Continue reading »

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The Plumbing Theory

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There is a rule of logic known as the Plumbing Theory.  This theory states that if you have no plumbing, you have no possibility of plumbing leaks.  Unfortunately, what you also don’t have are those things for which plumbing is intended (i.e. running water, sanitation, etc).  Conversely, the more pipes you add to the plumbing, … Continue reading »

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Analysis of Round One

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How do you describe just how devastating a tornado can be to someone who lacks a point of reference to anything like it?  How do you describe how bad a debate was if you’ve never seen anything like it before either?  When one contestant literally begs the moderate to change subjects it speaks volumes about … Continue reading »

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The Sun Revolves Around the Swing Voter

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Every American grassroots activist and political campaign is focused on the swing voter.  In the 2012 election cycle, the lion’s share of campaign resources;  time, volunteer efforts, and money are devoted to learning about the preferences  of this group.  Identification is followed by more money funneled into messaging geared to these still undecided voters.  Swing … Continue reading »

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