All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘2012 Presidential Race’

Chuck Norris Anti-Obama Ad Invokes God, Reagan

It looks as if Mitt Romney might have another aging movie star on his side. Well, that may not be true, since Chuck Norris‘ new anti-Obama ad doesn’t mention Mitt Romney at all. In fact, it it only name-checks President Obama once, and doesn’t explicitly endorse a candidate. The entire video is more of a wink to conservative Christians, to …

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GOP Convention Begins With a “Debt Clock”

An abbreviated 2012 Republican National Convention will begin today with the activation of a “debt clock.” Repbulican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will call the convention to order at 2 p.m. this afternoon. He will then promptly activate the “debt clock,” which will show a representation of the total U.S. National debt and count up towards $16 Trillion during the …

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Bill Clinton Appears in New Ad For Obama

The re-election campaign for President Barack Obama this week released a new TV ad featuring former President Bill Clinton. In the ad, Clinton endorses President Obama’s economic vision, comparing it to his own in the 90s. The ad begins with President Clinton framing the election in terms of job-creation. “This election, to me, is about which candidate is more likely …

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Presidential Winner Predicted in State-by-State Analysis

A University of Colorado (CU) analysis of the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election predicts that Mitt Romney will win the election in November. The model used for the prediction is one that has correctly predicted all presidential elections since 1980, including George W. Bush losing the popular vote but still winning the election in 2000. [Details Here] “For the last eight …

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What Does Santorum’s Social “Buzz” Mean?

Today, MSNBC released some findings and stats on the social media buzz surrounding the three remaining GOP presidential candidates. Their analysis of the data indicated that Rick Santorum had the most social “buzz” of the three candidates. Let’s look at a few points from the MSNBC analysis. “In the week leading up to the Feb. 7 contests, those Facebook and …

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SOPA: Twitter Weighs In On GOP Debate

As we reported earlier, all four candidates in last night’s GOP debate in South Carolina stated their opposition to SOPA. Ron Paul pointed out that he had always been against it and waiting for the others to catch up. Newt said he ‘favors freedom’. Romney agreed. Santorum doesn’t like SOPA, as is, but still thinks that government should regulate the …

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SOPA: GOP Candidates All Agree

Last night’s CNN debate in South Carolina found all four remaining GOP candidates in harmony on one issue at least. They all feel that SOPA is overreaching and needs to be rethought. Newt Gingrich answered the SOPA question first, saying, “I favor freedom.” He said that there are already tools and avenues of recourse in place to allow copyright holders …

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Ron Paul Courts Internet Voters By Denouncing SOPA

While he may not win the 2012 presidential election, there’s no denying Ron Paul is leaving a mark on the political process, and he is becoming a threat to, at the very least, challenge for the Republican party nomination as we progress through the what’s sure to be an interesting race for the White House. Much of Ron Paul’s popularity …

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Mitt Romney’s 2012 Presidential Campaign Launches Via Social Media

Mitt Romney has announced the formation of an exploratory committee for a 2012 presidential bid via YouTube, and Twitter. In the 2:30 video, the former governor of Massachesetts, talks about unemployment, foreclosures, and even gives Obama a ribbing over his policies. Romney also states, “He and the people around him have never worked in the real economy. They just don’t …

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