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Tag Archives: Republican Presidential Primary
Today is New Year’s Eve and it is our tradition at tellthetruthonthem.com to review the year that is ending. On January 1st I predicted what the five biggest political stories of 2012 would be. I feel that four legitimately made … Continue reading
In the early stages of the sitcom known as the 2012 Republican Presidential Debates people would often comment to me that they were afraid of Willard Mitt Romney. I basically dismissed the comments probably because I was distracted by the … Continue reading
History does tend to repeat itself. A little analysis of Tuesday night’s primary results will illustrate that.
North Carolinians started going to the polls on Thursday with the commencement of early voting in advance of the May 8th primary. Aside from what is now a meaningless Republican Presidential primary, the Democrats have to choose a gubernatorial candidate, … Continue reading
Politically, three things struck me last week. Two of them were news items – one widely covered, the other was covered rather in passing. The third thing was the personal experiences I had interacting with voters.
On January 1st I predicted what the five biggest stories in American politics would be in 2012. It is time to review my work in progress.
When President Obama defeats Willard Mitt Romney on November 6th there will be plenty of finger pointing and the blame game will be on in earnest in the GOP. I am a believer in the writings of Sun Tzu. Among … Continue reading
Saturday night Louisiana held its Republican Presidential primary. Saturday afternoon I accurately predicted the order of finish for one of my sons-in-law. It was that apparent going in that Rick Santorum would finish in first, Mitt Romney in second with … Continue reading