Tag Archive | Tim Pawlenty

Radtke Withdraws from Debate and Other Thoughts on the Va US Senate Race

Well, here we go again with another debate controversy in the race for the US Senate seat to replace the retiring incumbent Democrat Jim Webb. First, the Associated Press decided to hold a debate in December and set the minimum participation bar such that the only candidates able to qualify are former Virginia Governor and […]

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FoxNews Should Introduce Karl Rove as the Anti-Perry Pundit From Now On

Karl Rove has his face in front of the FoxNews cameras almost every time I turn on the Cable News Channel. Unfortunately, they are identifying Rove as an Analyst. Perhaps a fair and balanced (not to mention honest) description for Rove would be Anti-Perry Pundit. The man has absolutely fallen in hate with the Texas […]

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Amanda Carey at the Daily Caller suggests that former MN Governor and now former presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty’s staffers are waiting for Chris Christie: Team Pawlenty is waiting on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to make a decision about entering the field as a presidential candidate, The Daily Caller learned Friday. But it may be […]

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Daniel Larison who writes Eunomia for the American Conservative suggests that Paul actually did well in the Ames straw poll and may surprise on caucus night: Ron Paul’s second place finish at Ames was in many ways the most notable result from the straw poll. There had been expectations that Rep. Paul would do well, […]

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Michele Bachmann For President In 2012

Iowa Straw Poll: Bachmann #1 – Paul #2. Here are the results!

Finally, the voting is over and the results have been tabulated. Michele Bachmann took first place and Ron Paul took second152 votes behind! And there was actually a great turnout, which shows that even in Iowa the voters are energized against the current failed occupant of the White House. Some 16,892 paid the $30 to […]

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Here are several exciting stories about the Ames straw poll. Politico sounds like Paul could win: Paul’s straw poll performance is one of the big wild cards in Ames. He drew just 9 percent there in 2007, when he was a far less prominent figure. A Paul victory would be a shock to the system, […]

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GOP Debate Losers: Obama, CNN and Grunt Master John King

Ugh, Ugh, Ugh, Ugh. John King’s most repeated line of the night. Honestly, I have never been so glad to here “up next is Anderson Cooper” in my entire life. King spent the entire night grunting and asking stupid questions like “Coke or Pepsi” and trying to get the GOP candidates to turn on themselves […]

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There is a report on Ron Paul Forums that the RP campaign has hired former Presidential adviser and historian Doug Wead as an adviser.  If true, (I could not confirm it anywhere else) this would be a huge staff pickup for the Paul campaign. Wead called for the 2012 campaign to concentrate on the Ames […]

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Herman Cain Takes Early Lead In A New Iowa Poll

While we are at the just at the beginning of what is sure to be a heated GOP primary, a new poll released yesterday gives Herman Cain double digit lead, favored by 24%, over other potential GOP candidates. Coming in second is Mike Huckabee with 12%. The Iowa poll is important because, since 1972 the […]

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Tonight’s Republican Debate: Tim Pawlenty the One to Watch

Tim who, you ask? Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, or T-Paw as he likes to be known, to be exact. Of the five potential Republican nominees appearing at the Republican Presidential Debate tonight in South Carolina, Pawlenty is probably the best, all ’round, solid-enough Conservative to land the nomination. And the fact that he was […]

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CPAC Live Blogging – Day 2 Schedule Friday February 19

Tomorrow’s schedule – Day 2. Sometime during the day I am planning to hook up with my friend Tito “The Builder” Munoz and meet Marco Rubio, the Conservative Grass roots candidate who is leading Florida Governor Crist in the Florida Senate primary. From the buzz at CPAC, Rubio is one popular guy. Very anxious to […]

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Virginia Right! to Blog at CPAC Next Week – Glenn Beck Keynote Speaker

The Conservative Political Action Conference or CPAC will be held next Thursday through Saturday February 18-20, 2010 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington D.C. Virginia Right! will be live blogging at the Conference featuring a number of Conservative speakers and politicians. We plan to upload lots of Photos and Video as well as […]

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Bachmann Urges Governor Pawlenty to Appoint Special Inspector General to Investigate ACORN's Minnesota Activities

(Washington, D.C.) U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann (MN-06), yesterday urged Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty to appoint a special inspector general to investigate and fully audit ACORN’s Minnesota affiliates and the national organization’s operations within Minnesota.

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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