Tag Archives: 2008 Presidential Election

GBYR Super Tuesday Watching Party

(bumped, because the party just got better. Jay Severin has RSVPd as well as Newt Gingrich being on the conference call. – promoted by EaBo Clipper) The Young Republican National Federation is hosting a nationwide Super Tuesday Watching party.  The Greater Boston Young Republican’s are participating in this event.  We’ve reserved the second floor of LIR Irish Pub at 903…

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An economist, looking beyond economics, goes for McCain

( – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Anything written by Harvard economist Ed Glaeser is worth reading. He is a strong defender of limited government and the free market and has published research on how government regulations limit the supply of housing in Massachusetts and elsewhere. This morning Glaeser declares for McCain with sound reasons. The DeLay wing of the GOP,…

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GOP Nomination Delegate Counter

MassRoots has a section called “2008 Nomination Delegate Counter” prominently displayed at the top right-hand corner of the page. The following is the latest numbers tallied thus far (1-26-08):

    Mitt Romney – 87 John McCain – 66 Mike Huckabee – 29 Fred Thompson – 11 Ron Paul – 8 Other – 4 Rudy Giuliani – 0
Ron Paul ahead of…

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Dennis Kucinich drops out of race…

A formal statement to that effect will be made on Friday. In case you are wondering – Dennis Kucinich was the little guy.  Dennis was the one with the bad haircut and the six foot tall redheaded wife.  The one that saw the UFO.  The one that was dragging Viggo Mortensen around New Hampshire for two days.  The one that…

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Slick Willie Gets Racial & Blames The Media

There's a reason Bill Clinton deserves his “Slick Willie” moniker. First, today's Boston Globe: http://www.boston.com/news/nation/articles/2008/01/24/some_think_ex_president_stooping_on_campaign_trail/ You have to get to the last third of the article to dig up this fascinating tidbit: A Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby tracking poll released yesterday indicated Obama was leading Clinton 43 percent to 25 percent, with John Edwards a distant third at 15 percent. Yesterday, Bill Clinton…

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Mr Mitt Maxes Taxes in Mass more than Mike Maxed Taxes

Here is an interesting read from Quiverdaddy that shows that Mitt Romney actually raised taxes a whole helluva lot more than did Mike Huckabee. Read the whole story here: http://quiverdaddy.blogspot.co… The conservative media has been critical of another candidate, Mike Huckabee, for tax increases he made as Governor of Arkansas that were not completely offset by his tax cuts, leaving…

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