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With his amazing victory in Florida then the absolute stunning victory he pulled in Nevada last night among conservatives. There is no possible way the Gingrich or Santorum camp can continue to play the “He isn’t conservative enough to win” card. As we all know that it is the swing voter that wins Presidential elections. This is hard cold facts!

Common Sense tells me this:

That the Republican vote alone will not win you a Presidential election you need the support and the votes of not only a majority of the Independents but those of Democrats as well. This whole notion that we need to nominate a candidate that totally offends those possible voters is beyond asinine. I listen to Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin along with a few other host and they seem to think that we need a nominee that will spit in the face of non republican voters. This is a fatal flaw in common sense, you have to be able to work with the opposition to get things done. This is something that is currently unfolding right before our very eyes with President Obama.

Great example is listed in the poll below

Now the Republican party is made up of an array of different ideologies, What the conservative view point is they simply just want to elect someone like Rick Santorum who is super conservative and will lose to Obama in the fall by not being able to pull the coveted Independent voter. So they bite the bullet and back someone who is conservative but can appeal to that coveted voter! Newt Gingrich if nominated will lose to Obama in the fall as well. As shown in the poll above Newt is not the man. So we are left with the only candidate that can defeat Obama and after all that is our goal as Republican voters be it super conservative or moderate!


English: Governor Mitt Romney of MA

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#Nevadacaucus update: #Romney: 41% #Gingrich: 25% #Paul: 22% #Santorum: 13% (with only 8% precincts reporting in)

***ROMNEY IS FAVORED TO WIN THE NEVADA CAUCUS***

Once again Republicans have taken to the polls well in this case the caucuses of Nevada they have rejected the idea that Mitt Romney is not conservative enough. Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Herman Cain are being proved wrong with each primary election showing very strong opposition to the views of these “Conservative” kings and queens!

Now I realize this is Romney country with Nevada having an extremely high rate of Mormon republicans but how do you explain Florida?


POINT MADE!!!! IT IS CLEAR THAT MITT ROMNEY IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE THAT CAN AND WILL DEFEAT BARACK OBAMA IN THE FALL!!!!

***ELECTIONS DO NOT LIE***

RED = ROMNEY
GREEN = GINGRICH

SOME EXIT POLL QUESTIONS…THESE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT GIVES YOU THE REASON WHY PEOPLE VOTED FOR THE CANDIDATE OF THEIR CHOICE….


***PUT THE VIDEO IN FULL SCREEN MODE***

How should the American people assess the performance of their president? One way is to examine key performance metrics, such as jobs, economic growth and inflation. This video offers a comparison of some of these metrics from at the beginning of President Obama’s term to now. You can decide for yourself if you are better off than you were 3 years ago. A special thanks to John E. of the Ace of Spades HQ for providing the infographs used in this video


Congressman Ron Paul may be a long shot to win the Republican presidential nomination, but he runs competitively with President Obama right now.The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows Paul picking up 37% of the vote, while the president earns 41%. The Texas congressman joins Mitt Romney, Michelle Bachmann, and Rick Perry as candidates within hailing distance of the president at this time.Rudy Giuliani is another potential candidate who is considered a long shot for the nomination but is competitive with the president. The former mayor of New York City trails Obama by five, 44% to 39%.But the real story in the numbers is that the president continues to earn between 41% and 49% of the vote no matter which Republican is mentioned as a potential opponent. This suggests that the race remains a referendum on the incumbent more than anything else.Obama posts a 12-point lead over former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, 44% to 32%.Two Republicans can’t even get to 30% against the president. Businessman Herman Cain and former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, who served as Obama’s ambassador to China, each earn 28% support. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, considered unlikely to run by most observers, trail the president by seven and nine points respectively. Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum trails by 14.ObamaIn reviewing the data, please note that Romney benefits from being perceived as the frontrunner. In 2004, the last time an incumbent president stood for reelection, Vermont Governor Howard Dean was the early Democratic frontrunner, and he polled best against George W. Bush.Massachusetts Senator John Kerry was always a few points behind. However, once Kerry became the frontrunner in early 2008, his numbers became as good as Dean’s.Polls conducted a year-and-a-half before an election provide a snapshot of where things are today but give little indication of what the mood might be on Election Day. If the economy substantially improves before November 2012, the president will be heavily favored to win reelection. If the opposite happens and the country endures a double-dip recession, just about any Republican challenger would be favored. If the economy stays as it is today, the race could be very competitive.A good measure of the president’s reelection prospects is his Job Approval rating among likely voters. His final vote total is likely to be very close to his final Job Approval figures.Romney leads the polls for the GOP nomination among Republican primary voters. However, it is far too early for the polls to give a sense of who is likely to emerge as the Republican nominee. In 2008, John McCain never took the lead in a national primary poll until December 31, 2007.

SOURCES: RAMUSSEN REPORTS

Election 2012: Romney 43% Obama 42%


Anyone of the Republican presidential candidates could beat Obama in 2012. Just how anyone of the Democrat presidential candidates would have beat the Republican Nominee in 2008 thanks to George W. Bush. In this case 2+2=4 not 3, Also I have seen a humungous drop in Liberal voices and bloggers. Those are mostly what you call your “bandwagon” jumpers. They seen how fast Obama and the Democrats were sinking so they jumped off and onto the Republican bandwagon which by all means COME ON WE WELCOME EVERYONE.

See most Democrats have been spending their time fighting the simple social issues like abortion, gay rights, DADT, DOMA and so forth. While the Republicans have been pounding away at the most important issues of this election cycle and that is how damn bad this Obama oppression (recession) really Is. The majority of American voters are sick of all the broken promises and lies from the Democrats in power.

Nancy “Cockeyed” Pelosi said during the mid-terms “We have nothing to worry about the American people will vote for the Democrats because they know how bad the Republicans made things” Well they actually voted opposite of Pelosi’s prediction and almost wiped out the house Democrats. The American voters sent a very loud and clear message again when they almost wiped out the Governorships in all the states except California and New Your and just look at how F&%^ those 2 states are.


The Republican National Committee (RNC) launched a new commercial on Wednesday called “Change Direction” which contrasts President Obama’s remarks on economics in 2008 with statistics on the current economy. The RNC plans to run the ad in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and New Hampshire.

Obama’s remarks are from his speech to the Democratic National Convention in 2008, and concern how Democrats view the economy.

RNC chair Reince Priebus said that the Republicans want to challenge Obama in every state.

“The RNC will be taking on Barack Obama in every state where his failed policies have hurt job creators and Americans are looking for work,” Priebus said in a statement.