Tag Archives: 2008 Presidential Election

The Massachusetts Republican Presidential Primary is Proportional

I just got back from the Massachusetts Republican State Committee quarterly Meeting. And believe it or not there was actually some action and a floor fight. The floor fight centered around whether or not Massachusetts Republicans would send their delegates on a winner take all slate or have proportional representation. The committee that drafted the rules for selecting delegates to…

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How do we get an answer?

Does anyone have any good advice for getting the Presidential candidates to state their positions on genetic engineering, same-sex conception, an egg and sperm law, transhumanism, etc? I want to know if Mitt is a Mormon Transhumanist or if he is in favor or an egg and sperm law.  Only by hearing him call for an egg and sperm law…

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Happy Father’s Day (early)

I know I know he is a Democrat…. but Obama speaks about the importance of fathers as being a part of the family unit. Obama calls on fathers to be responsible http://news.yahoo.co… “It’s about to be Father’s Day,” he said. “Let’s admit to ourselves that there are a lot of men out there that need to stop acting like boys;…

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Courage Is Contagious

(It’s Important That We Talk About This Frankly Now – Full disclosure, I was a Ward Captain for John Anderson, but supported the GOP nominee when the time came. – promoted by Peter Porcupine) I can understand why supporters of Duncan Hunter, Tom Tancredo,
Tommy “Don’t You Dare Call Me Fred” Thompson and Mike Huckabee
still have love for their…

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The GOP Dividing Line

( – promoted by Patrick) You hear a lot about the various conservative divisions within the Republican Party-“social conservatives,” “War on Terror conservatives,” “libertarian conservatives,” etc. I’ve always thought these differences were a bit overstated; I’d argue that there are only two conservative branches in the GOP–“secular conservatives” and “religious conservatives.” Secular conservatives generally desire limited government and lower taxes.…

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“Stakes Is High”

( – promoted by Cool Cal) I know the Republican Party’s conservative base isn’t really all that thrilled with Rudy Giuliani, John McCain and Mitt Romney right now–but one hopes that, if Fred Thompson and Newt Gingrich decide not to run, and a member of the “Rudy McRomney” trio becomes the GOP nominee, the base will rally behind that man…

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DIS-Information, Please!

So Hillary’s top aides are urging her to skip the Iowa caucuses, for more substantive primaries down the road. Riiiiigggghhhhttt….. And then – when she loses – why, it’s just because she didn’t even try! It’s enough to make you feel bad for Howard Obama. Link to story is HERE

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