Category Archives: 2012 Elections

Conservatives Are In a Funk, Me Included

Obviously, I am very discouraged with the outcome of the election. The main mistake Spencer and I made (and others including Gallup, Rasmussen, Pew, Rove, Morris, etc., etc) in our pre-election analysis was to significantly underestimate the turnout rates among Democrats. The widely-held view that Democrats were unenthused and wouldn’t turn out to vote, as…

Two Possible Election Outcomes: A) Romney Wins; B) Romney Wins BIG*

*Unless of course he doesn’t. The Obama campaign is in trouble. The president’s senior advisers know it, and the liberal media know it. Romney’s commanding performance in the first presidential debate, or maybe I should say Obama’s snoozer performance, sparked a surge for Romney that has yet to dissipate. With things looking bad for President…

Obama’s Pathetic Vision for the Next Four Years

Earlier this week, the president revealed a new glossy brochure that supposedly lays out what he would do if re-elected. I haven’t read it, don’t care to. But one of my favorite commentators, Larry Kudlow, has read it and summarized Obama’s supposed plans in the article below. Obama’s Little Plan By Larry Kudlow – October…

Romney’s Surge Still Strong Heading into the Close

The third and final debate is in the history books. The candidates have embarked on a two-week campaign trail whirlwind. The 2012 general election has entered the final stretch. Let’s get to it. Monday night’s foreign policy debate was the least impactful and least watched of the three debates. Romney passed the Commander-in-Chief test by…

Why Romney is Surging & Obama is Slipping

You have no doubt seen that Governor Mitt Romney has surged in the voter polls since the first presidential debate, despite a better performance by President in the second debate on Tuesday. The latest Gallup tracking poll has Romney ahead by a stunning 52 to 45. Other polls still show the race tight at the…

Category Archives: 2012 Elections

Conservatives Are In a Funk, Me Included

Obviously, I am very discouraged with the outcome of the election. The main mistake Spencer and I made (and others including Gallup, Rasmussen, Pew, Rove, Morris, etc., etc) in our pre-election analysis was to significantly underestimate the turnout rates among Democrats. The widely-held view that Democrats were unenthused and wouldn’t turn out to vote, as…

Two Possible Election Outcomes: A) Romney Wins; B) Romney Wins BIG*

*Unless of course he doesn’t. The Obama campaign is in trouble. The president’s senior advisers know it, and the liberal media know it. Romney’s commanding performance in the first presidential debate, or maybe I should say Obama’s snoozer performance, sparked a surge for Romney that has yet to dissipate. With things looking bad for President…

Obama’s Pathetic Vision for the Next Four Years

Earlier this week, the president revealed a new glossy brochure that supposedly lays out what he would do if re-elected. I haven’t read it, don’t care to. But one of my favorite commentators, Larry Kudlow, has read it and summarized Obama’s supposed plans in the article below. Obama’s Little Plan By Larry Kudlow – October…

Romney’s Surge Still Strong Heading into the Close

The third and final debate is in the history books. The candidates have embarked on a two-week campaign trail whirlwind. The 2012 general election has entered the final stretch. Let’s get to it. Monday night’s foreign policy debate was the least impactful and least watched of the three debates. Romney passed the Commander-in-Chief test by…

Why Romney is Surging & Obama is Slipping

You have no doubt seen that Governor Mitt Romney has surged in the voter polls since the first presidential debate, despite a better performance by President in the second debate on Tuesday. The latest Gallup tracking poll has Romney ahead by a stunning 52 to 45. Other polls still show the race tight at the…