In the HBO film, “Game Change,” about the choice of Sarah Palin during the 2008 campaign, the point is made that while the decision to pick Sarah Palin for Vice-President energized the campaign, the decision was made haphazardly in a way that ultimately hurt the campaign, and American politics in general. I don’t know if
Guys, this Republican Party nomination thing is going to go on for awhile. Before South Carolina, Newt Gingrich had come in 4th in both Iowa & New Hampshire, and Mitt Romney had won Iowa. Now by virtue of handily winning South Carolina, Newt went from having zero delegates, to having 25, which gives him an
I don’t know about you, but I just now made up for the all the sleep I lost during that bloody Iowa Caucus. So thanks to New Hampshire for making it easy for us, because soon as the polls closed at 8pm on Tuesday night, Fox News, ABC, CNN, etc. declared Mitt Romney the winner.
So here we are. We’ve met and vetted these crazy kids, heard the word “Santorum” more than any human should, got to know the Pizza Man, and watched Rick Perry be Rick Perry. We also got more than our share of gaffes, which flew fast and frequently. But through it all, Mitt Romney stood there
With the Holidays upon us, and Primary Season around the corner, it’s time to check-up, Survivor style, on how the Republican candidates are faring the media ringer. So does Mitt Romney prove that slow and steady wins the race? Will the Conservatives accept his rational ideas? Or do nice guys and people who draw the