It's not what was said, it's the photo that is now OUT THERE forever!
January 11, 2012 at 4:30pm
You are so right, except that in many states, judges are appointed and not elected.
There is only ONE LAW and that is AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW!
September 8, 2011 at 7:29am
Romney pointed out the major differences between Massachusetts and Texas, such a the huge fact that Texas is by and large run by Republicans with a Republican Legislature, whereas Romney was a Republican governor in an overwhelmingly Democrat state with a miniscule number of Republicans in the Legislature. He also pointed out the natural resources that Texas has compared to little to none in Massachusetts…not to mention the physical difference in size of the 2 states. So it is inherently unfair to compare the two. Romney’s 4.7% unemployed will match anyone else running for office.
But it is also unfair to compare the wages in these 2 states, because the Cost of Living in Massachusetts is significantly higher than in Texas. So the lower wages in Texas should not be compared to the high wages paid in Massachusetts or New York, both of which have higher taxes as well as much higher housing costs, etc.
Romney had a hostile environment, for sure. I thought he did very well last night. Looked/acted presidential. Perry came across as nit-picky and mean.
I agree. I think Romney is the grown-up in the bunch. Good night for Newt he is the politically astute candidate. Perry, I think, very clearly suffers comparatively. I disagree w/ several Perry die-hards but, I don't think he had a good night. He doesn't speak well and his thoughts are scattered. I agrred w/ him on capital punishment but so would have any of the candidates.
I think Texans, in particular, are at risk of voting fo their Governor simply because he is Texan. That is significant when it is obvious he is not the man for the job.
Again.. Texas Trans Corridor
Bilderberg meeting attendee (by invitation only) 2007
Texas Dream Act
against Arizona Illegal Immigration Enforcement
defended global warming in the past
Texas Chair to elect Al Gore
should I go on???? what will it take?
...and I am a staunch Tea party conservative from Texas.
Rick Perry is much better than Obama - but clearly NOT the best candidate in the GOP field by a long shot.
Americanfirst--I agree with your analysis. Romney graduate with double degrees from Harvard in law and in business. Romneys answers are more substantive and he shows a deep understanding of the issues. Perry reminds me of Obama's speech and campaign style, speaking in platitudes, and broad sweeping generalizations. Perry complains about the economy but has produced no plans, he complains about lack of healthcare coverage among Texans but has no plan to deal with the problems. He complains about social security but has no plan to deal with the problems. Perry is reading kissinger's book to understand foreign policy. Romney discusses his plans and can speak in detail.
November 13, 2010 at 7:08am
They’d better be careful what they wish for. If the fairness doctrine agains becomes law, MSNBC will be the first to be kicked off the air.
October 8, 2010 at 12:35pm
I’m truly sorry for you and your bitterness sits like poison in your mouth and mind.
October 8, 2010 at 12:33pm
We love you Glenn, and hope and pray for you and your family. Now I understand more clearly why you have come closer to God in recent times, and are willing to say so publicly. You need Him and He will take care of you.
September 5, 2010 at 5:25pm
With all due respect, Sir, this is not a “Black” seat or “Sharpton” seat..it’s the people’s seat!!!!