Tag Archives: 2010 elections

What Will We Learn And What Has He Learned?

The title of today’s posting comes from the two questions I have going into today’s Wisconsin primaries.  My guess to the first one is not much and to the second probably, at best, not enough.  The he is Donald Trump.  … Continue reading

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The Dumbed Down GOP

I’m not a Mitch McConnell fan.  That statement will not come as a surprise to any of my regular readers.  I seldom agree with the Senate Majority Leader politically, but my dislike for him goes much deeper.  In many ways … Continue reading

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The Endorsement Of Maggie Hassan

The 2016 election will be the first attempt at reelection for several Republican Senators who rode the 2010 Tea Party wave into Washington.  2016 is a presidential year which makes for a much different electorate and makes those Republicans extremely … Continue reading

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The Sweetest Of The Sixteen Spots

Tuesday Ohio Governor John Kasich officially declared his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.  His entry brings the field of “name” contenders to 16.  As an old basketball coach that was simply too much temptation and I am compelled … Continue reading

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Four Words And Forecasting

One of the Supreme Court decision “big shoes” fell yesterday morning.  (We figuratively are waiting for the other to fall today or Monday).  It was the King v Burwell decision.

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Diminished Concern

  This is the third consecutive day that my posting has dealt with the same basic subject.  That is how important I feel the Clinton campaign’s maneuver of last week is to the outcome of the 2016 Presidential election!   

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Sizzle Or Steak?

I encourage people not only to vote but to participate in government.  For a very, very few that means running for office.  For most it means donating to and/or volunteering for a candidate(s), cause or Party.  Another thing citizens need … Continue reading

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2016 Republicans: John Kasich And Scott Walker

The main reasons I lumped John Kasich of Ohio and Scott Walker of Wisconsin together are that neither can win the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination, both are mid-western governors from the Rat Pack class of 2010, and both will be … Continue reading

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It’s Too Confusing; The Hell With It

It’s somewhat difficult to tell just where the Republican voter suppression effort really started, but it has morphed into something that resembles what the Southern Democrats, (who all became Republicans), did back in the Jim Crow Era.  These tactics and … Continue reading

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You Can’t Afford To Sit Out

“There is no election we can afford to sit out!”  I heard those words uttered to a large, predominantly Democratic audience on Sunday evening.  As is my habit at most public events I had my program in my hand.  I … Continue reading

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