By John Talty | September 16, 2011
Former President Jimmy Carter appeared on MSNBC Thursday night and endorsed candidate Mitt Romney for the Republican Party's presidential nomination.
The former president told Rachel Maddow that he would be "very pleased to see him win the Republican nomination."
According to three new Rasmussen polls released this week, Romney trails Obama by 2, Cain trails Obama by 3 and Obama now has a double digit lead against Perry.
And Ron Paul is 'unelectable?'
That's all the information you can get without being a subscriber, but here are the links.
Obama vs. Romney: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/archive/elect...
Obama vs. Cain: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/archive/elect...
Every wonder why Cain and Romney are so friendly with each other? You can probably expect mutual endorsements.
At the GOP debate Tuesday night, Ron Paul, the longest-serving advocate of a Fed audit in Congress, asked Herman Cain, a former director of the Kansas City Fed, why he opposed an audit of the central bank, and why he called advocates of such an audit ignorant.
Perhaps no one noticed it, but during
Perhaps no one noticed it, but during
We need to start watching the other candidates adds.
This onehttp://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/election-2012/post/rick-perry-take-a-swipe-at-mitt-romney-on-health-care/2011/10/10/gIQAW5u8ZL_blog.html is worth the minute.
The Honorable Cecil P. Ash,
Romney Picks Notorious Neocon as lead Foreign Policy Advisor
GOP front-runner Mitt Romney – who has promised us another century of mass murder and crimes against humanity – has picked a neocon as his new foreign policy adviser.
It's time for Dr.Paul to go on the attack.
let's list the weak spots of the main opposition.
Herman Cain: The FED, support for TARP, anything else?
Mitt Romney: taxes as "fees", Romneycare (this was a good idea at the state level?), anti-gun (supported the assault weapons ban, fought against sunset, replaced with a state law), support for TARP, anything else?
Rick Perry: a new war in Mexico?, Illegal aliens, the TTC, Gardasil, TARP, anything else?
precautionary (remember Mcain last time)
I was listening to his radio program yesterday and he said if the economy goes completely in the toilet that would impact voters' choice in the GOP primary. Then they would seek the strongest person on the economy, the one who best knows how to get us out of the mess, and that would be (get ready)...
This makes me want to sell Glenn some valuable swampland and maybe some bridge shares. How did he ever pass a driver's test if he can't see something right in front of his face?
I came to a realization the other day - a similarly big loser based on Media and GOP attention is Mitt Romney. The guy is a front runner and, besides calling him that, all the media does is talk about how other candidates are better then him. First it was Perry, when he entered the race, and everyone watched as the media made him out to be a God who far surpassed Romney in everything he did.
Was just on the campaign website and saw that a "Mitt Romney" from Des Moines, Iowa had apparently donated and was displayed on the Recent Donor Ticker... very funny- didn't have time to get a screen-shot.
Can you imagine a more improbable role for Ron Paul (to be Romney's VP)? They're screening comments but I squeaked one through (see: David)
Oh, My! Fox News is thanking their lucky stars for the FL straw poll and this new poll so that they can once again marginalize Ron Paul. I could just see the producers, editors and commentators all breathing a collective sigh of relief that they could almost legitimately move someone else into the top tier to replace fallen Michele Bachmann. I literally laughed out loud when I saw the headline!
Here is the drivel if you care to read: