Daily Archives: January 4, 2012
Writes a friend, a former professional election monitor: "I have monitored dozens of elections here and overseas and while watching a replay of one of the Iowa caucus meetings on CSPAN I felt more red flags go up than at … Continue reading
From Bob Wenzel's indispensable EconomicPolicyJournal.com: Lead guitarist for Aerosmith, Joe Perry, has been tweeting: @AdmiralPerry All the kids I talk to are into Ron Paul . They like his voting record. He's not a smiling grinning talking head spewing party BS. … Continue reading
Writes Tony Diaz: "You know Ron Paul's a force to be reckoned with when The Democratic Governor's Association is attacking him already! But wait, there's more. Algore is on the assault as well!
Writes Jake Anderson: "Youth=change; elderly=status quo. The caucus last night was about nothing more than saving Iowa's first in the nation status. It is pretty bad when the registrars wear Romney or Santorum buttons. Sad."
According to Erin Burnett on CNN last night, an astounding number of top business leaders were OK with the idea of a Ron Paul presidency. The only one she quoted by name was Bill Gross of PIMCO, and it doesn't … Continue reading
While Newt was almost ridden out of Iowa on a rail. See Paul Joseph Watson.
(Thanks to Travis Holte) UPDATE from Jay Roberts: "I do believe our RP just scored a very serious 'Evil Emperor's new clothes' moment w/his chickenhawk remark about Gingrich. RP lovers and haters alike can rejoice that somebody finally made this … Continue reading
Writes Pawel Krzywulski: "I watched the caucus last night on-line on fox's and nyt websites. As usual there were some typical comments from the people at the Fox desk - also many fair and decent observations among them - but … Continue reading
To the emergency damage-control meeting in Texas next week, where the pro-death pro-lifers try to decide on a replacement for Perry. Who is the best Bible-quoting killer now? Santorum? Gingrich? And are they also deciding on their guy for a … Continue reading
Michele has dropped out. She hopes to keep promoting war as a neocon congresswoman, but if that doesn't work out, she can go back to persecuting tax victims. Or return to collective agriculture in the Middle East.