You ask – What is the big deal? Mitt Romney flew from Reno to Burbank on January 18th in order to appear on Leno. As Eric “Tough Guy” Fehrnstrom said: “It worked for Huckabee,” said spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom. “The road to the White House goes through Jay Leno.” Normally not a big deal, until you consider that on the eve…Read More »
(Kaufman is well known in Mass GOP Circles, and has used his political influence to both help the GOP and his lobbying business. Interesting that him playing both sides of the governmental fence (electing officials and lobbying them) has become an issue in itself. – promoted by Cool Cal) Read the story here from Politico: http://www.politico.com/news/s… See the CBS video…Read More »
According to the Wall Street Journal, the vote went –
Romney – 39%
McCain – 30%
Huckabee – 16%
Paul – 6%
Thompson – 4%
Guiliani and Undecided – Tied at 3%
Hunter – @ 1,100 votes total – less than 1% Not only was Romney’s percentage higher than the McCain win in NH, the number of votes cast in…
Given that both men had to deal with legislatures (or in Rudi’s case a city council) stacked with the opposition party, which candidate proved himself to be an effective tax cutter, Romney or Giuliani? And, who going into the campaign has a better tax plan? Deroy Murdock places the Mayor of America comfortably in the tax-cut crowd.
http://www.indystar.com/apps/p… NASHUA, N.H.…
I read today that Faux news is banned in Britain due to its blatently biased presentations.
I need to verify that but in the meantime does anyone have a CLUE why FAUX felt obligated to edit this exchange out of their reairing of last nights debate? http://www.digg.com/2008_us_el… Not enough chairs in the bus?
Maybe they didnt have time for Luntz…