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Tag Archives: New Hampshire Primary
With his expected landslide reelection as New Jersey’s Governor on Tuesday, Chris Christie became the media’s consensus choice as the 2016 Republican Presidential nominee and the Clinton-Christie contest was underway as far as they were concerned. While, at this point, … Continue reading
The next stop, which I feel will be a pivotal one, for the Republican Presidential primary race is South Carolina. The main objective for candidates is to either maintain or establish momentum in the Palmetto State. How they will do … Continue reading
Did you ever notice how the gangster hides behind the law when he goes to court? How the bully hates it when somebody more powerful than him finally comes along and gives him what he has coming. We have seen … Continue reading
If you bet the ponies, (and I don’t), you know the term, “Finishing in the money.” It refers to finishing in one of the first three spots because those are the only ones that can return money on your pari-mutuel … Continue reading
I’m far from a boxing expert but I can recognize when somebody steps into a haymaker and that what happened in Concord, New Hampshire during Sunday morning’s NBC/Facebook Republican Presidential Debate.
As with every Republican Presidential Debate thus far there were winners and losers last night in Manchester, New Hampshire but the two biggest winners were not on stage. In fact one was not even in the building. This weekend’s format … Continue reading
As I watch the results come in from the Iowa Caucus the 1980 Ozzy Osbourne song, Crazy Train is running through my mind. There is an old political adage that there are three tickets out of Iowa and tonight’s results … Continue reading
There is an old adage, “Timing is everything”. Mitt Romney would seem to be the biggest beneficiary of that thus far in the 2012 Presidential race.
Monday night the CNN/New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate had a historic moment near its end that has gone largely unnoticed. Before I unveil it let’s explore the evening’s events.