Tag Archives: Elections

Compassion

The stereotypical conservative argument for a candidate is one based on ideals, theories, and is usually an intellectual appeal. Appeals to emotion from conservatives usually deal with very specific cultural issues such as abortion. In these pages and across the … Continue reading

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Playing the race card

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. – Martin Luther King Jr, … Continue reading

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Inmates Running the Asylum

Promises unkept and unfulfilled by a party and president that was given unprecedented power has given rise to an electorate that is screaming “I want my country back”. On November 2, 2010 the American people will take a big step toward fiscal sanity. It is a small but important step in taking the country back from the leaders that didn’t deliver. Continue reading

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White House in the Twilight Zone this ‘Recovery Summer’

Originally published August 8, 2010 @ American Thinker Aaron Gee   You know you’re in the summer of recovery when both the Wall Street Journal runs editorials titled “It isn’t working” and “Why I’m not hiring” and the New York … Continue reading

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Polls show an upset electorate

Over as Rasmussen we learn that the Generic Congressional Ballot puts Republicans ahead by eight points. More interesting is a timeline of the generic poll Congressional ballot that can be found here. In that poll we clearly see that the … Continue reading

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