Tag Archives: Florida Primary

Two Pairs; No Princes

Things must be getting boring in American politics because people are starting to talk about the Republican Veepstakes.  That is the exercise we go through every four years debating who the nominee will pick as a running mate.  In my … Continue reading

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Do You Believe In Magic?

Yes, I stole the title of today’s article from the 1965 Lovin’ Spoonful’s hit of the same name.  That is also where the resemblance ceases.  John Sebastian wrote the song about young love; I’m talking about willfully ignoring past performance.  … Continue reading

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‘Twas The Ides Of March

March 15th is known as The Ides of March.  The date is infamous for the assassination of Julius Caesar.  Talk about ending a political career.  As I write this, some of the dust is still settling from Tuesday’s primaries, but … Continue reading

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Ask Me Tuesday Night

Last night the Republicans held their twelfth presidential debate of the cycle on the campus of the University of Miami (or the “U” as they call it in Florida).  The participants were Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John … Continue reading

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Halftime Report

This site is not a news source and has never held itself out to be.  Last night and going into this morning (past the publishing deadline) there were six primary contests, the firm results of only three are available as … Continue reading

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The “Negative” Is A Positive

Tonight and next week Tuesday will determine the immediate political futures of both John Kasich and Marco Rubio.  I really don’t think either has a chance of obtaining the 2016 Republican nod via the “front door”.  My regular readers know … Continue reading

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The Optics Of The Night

Tuesday night was Super Tuesday, the biggest night of America’s presidential primary season.  I delayed a day in writing an op-ed because I wanted some of the dust to settle.  The most important part, the number of delegates actually won, … Continue reading

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United In Hatred

What I had predicted for some time started to become apparent Saturday.  The Republican Party is starting to unite behind Mitt Romney.  They are not enthusiastic about it but they want to beat President Obama more than they want to … Continue reading

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Betting On A Winner Is Not Gambling

Nevada is best known for being the gambling Mecca of America.  Saturday the Republican caucus goers decided to make the sure bet on the person who will be the ultimate winner.  As was expected Mitt Romney won by a huge … Continue reading

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Chorus Of Cowards

Not every winner or loser in the Republican Presidential Primary has their name on the ballot.  Four prominent Republicans have proven themselves to be losers by their lack of courage.  They purport to be leaders of their Party in their … Continue reading

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