Tag Archives: 2012

The 2012 Battleground

Polls show that the greatest single indicator of support for Romney is marital status. Married people–especially married people with children–overwhelmingly support the GOP, and singles overwhelmingly support Obama. When I saw this data point, I was reminded of an article … Continue reading

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Palin in 2012: A Prognostication

Image via Wikipedia Now that the 2010 midterms are over, it is a good time to discuss Sarah Palin’s prospects for 2012. While there have been accusations flying back and forth over whether or not Palin helped or hurt 2010 … Continue reading

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Weekly Roundup

Haaretz exclusive: Hamas founder’s son worked for Shin Bet for years–he’s a born-again Christian as well. I guess he won’t be coming home for Thanksgiving. New Global Warming Data Reveals Accurate “Hockey Stick” Graph–the unvarnished truth about anthropological global warming, … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin’s Ahead of Where Obama was 30 Months Before his Nomination

The conventional wisdom is that Sarah Palin is unelectable in 2012. However, like most conventional wisdom, this appears to be dead wrong. As the LA Times points out, at present only 71% of Americans currently see Palin as unelectable. While … Continue reading

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The GOP Civil War, Revisited

To my knowledge, this blog originated the meme that the GOP was going to enter into a civil war (in the current context)–my original blog posting on this issue, The GOP Civil War–Coming Soon to an Election Near You, is dated … Continue reading

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A Glorious Revolution–What America Needs

For Americans unfamiliar with British history, the Glorious Revolution refers to William of Orange’s accession to the throne of England in 1688. (The full history behind this event is too long and involved to go into here, so you will … Continue reading

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Palin Comes Out Swinging

When the press, the Democrats, a handful of GOP pundits, and then finally the President himself came out ridiculing Sarah Palin for her statement on “death panels”, their strategy was obvious. They want to Quaylize her–to write her off as … Continue reading

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