The Romney Files, Part I

As the election draws near, there seems to be a frenzy on both sides about wooing undecided voters. So to that end, here are some of my thoughts about Willard M. Romney, presented in chronological order as they appeared in this space: During the Republican primary season, I wrote this in response to the suggestionContinue reading “The Romney Files, Part I”

47% Obama, 47% Romney, 100% Worthless

A poll released this morning for the presidential election ┬áin November shows that President Obama and Governor Romney are tied at 47%. And it’s a ridiculous waste of time to give this poll any notice, much less to write anything about it. So here goes. Presidential elections aren’t decided by the popular vote. 47% ofContinue reading “47% Obama, 47% Romney, 100% Worthless”

Newt Gingrich and the new Willie Horton

I listened to “Meet the Press” on the radio this morning and Newt Gingrich was the first guest, basking in the glow of his win in the South Carolina primary last night. In the interview, he tipped his hand as to what his electoral strategy for the fall election will be, should he get theContinue reading “Newt Gingrich and the new Willie Horton”