Category Archives: Campaign 2012

Nate Silver’s Not So Sophisticated View of the Race

Nate Silver came out to defend his electoral model, which gives Obama roughly an 80 percent chance of winning the electoral college despite volumes of polling indicating that the race is extremely tight. Silver points out that 80 percent is … Continue reading

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The Bush-Kerry Model is Dead

Tuesday’s debate smashed Team Obama’s desired prism for understanding the election. The prism through which the President has reversed engineered his entire reelection strategy according to a Rovian blueprint. Within the first 15 minutes, Bush-Kerry comparisons were exposed as wishful … Continue reading

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Obama Pays Price For Telling Two Biggest Lies of the Debate

Obama told two whoppers on key points on Tuesday. A basic understanding of them is central to on-going attempts to explain the historically lopsided outcome. Deft and direct in response to fibs, Romney exposed the President as dishonest on those … Continue reading

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Obama Is the New Solyndra

The nation saw ‘Concerned Citizen’ Obama take the stage with Mitt Romney and the contrast was not flattering for the President or his loyal press backers. Obama had the forlorn air of an Occupy Wall St. activist who had come … Continue reading

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Debate Night: Everybody Loves Romney

The two biggest myths of the campaign have been that Mitt Romney is neither likable nor a strong leader yet somehow President Obama is both. The later impression has started to change with the President’s “empty-chair” response to Al-Qaeda affiliated … Continue reading

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Truth and Change

Mitt Romney is correct. 47% of the country will not vote for him and the vast majority of them refuse to believe they are the primary agent of their own destinies, or that their obligations are not rendered moot by … Continue reading

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The ‘Concerned Citizen’ Presidency

Most of the media is hell bent on using the smoldering ruins of our “Arab Spring” foreign policy to find fault with Romney’s leadership persona, all the while his opponent whose policy it actually is observes the events with detachment, … Continue reading

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