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


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?


As I am writing this blog the Newt super PAC is getting ready to launch their little 30 min attack ad on Romney. There was a time when I thought Newt Gingrich would be a great nominee and an even better President. Well that time has long since past and I found myself back to supporting Romney and Newts Serial Hypocrisy helped me realize it. Newt is one of those politicians that are at the bottom of the barrel you know all the trash that settles down and settles on the bottom of a barrel! That is what Newt Gingrich reminds me of.

So they want to attack Bain Capital? Like Rush Limbaugh said today! WHEN has it become the platform of a so called conservative Republican to blast capitalism? WOOOO wait a min! Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachmann and many others have been doing it for months now. But all of a sudden they bring attention to this fact? Don’t get me wrong I am in no way defending Newt “they are picking on me boo hoo” Gingrich. But none the less it is very interesting indeed!

So ok sure Bain Capital has closed some business but look at HOW many jobs they saved compared to how many was lost! The pro in this case damn sure out weighs the cons.

Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry has once again showed just how much they are REALLY liberal in the skin of a Republican or a better example: R*H*I*N*O*S

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.


Election 2012: Romney 43% Obama 42%

Dick Morris explains how the administrations cost estimates are a bad joke and that Obamacare will cost almost $500 billion more than predicted and will force people to pay much, much more for their insurance coverage.

“To avoid being mistaken for a sellout, I chose my friends carefully … the foreign students … the Marxist professors,” President Barack Obama in “Dreams from My Father.”

Ok the only reason I am even commenting on this is because well he mentions Sarah Palin. I mean who in the blue hell is Chicago Police Superintendent McCarthy to comment on a GLOBALLY loved person like Sarah Palin?

Who in the hell is this guy to get up in a church of all places and along side Father Michael Pfleger you remember Obama‘s white version of Jeremiah Wright? The same one that called Hillary Clinton the white devil.

I mean REALLY? This is a great example in why POLITICS AND RELIGION DO NOT MIX..


In this video by Dick Morris he lays it all out on the line to exactly what Obama‘s goals are…Open your eyes and just watch the news and you will see it is what is happening….

Dick Morris discusses what motivates Obama: Does he want to destroy America or is he just wrong or even stupid?