There’s a great article over at Breitbart.com today HERE that makes some very good points about why John McCain lost the Presidential race in 2008. Namely, that Steve Schmidt, McCain’s race manager, was too self-absorbed and inexperienced to run such a campaign; NOT that Sarah Palin was any kind of liability to the ticket.
The article further implies that the trashing of Sarah Palin that continues today is primarily due to Steve Schmidt’s friends and minions trying to salvage his lifetime losing streak.
The 42 year-old New Jersey native’s campaign experience started with work for four failed state and national races during his mid to late twenties—ranging from the Kentucky Attorney General’s race in 1995 to working as Communication Director for Lamar Alexander’s 2000 presidential bid. He also managed failed Lt. Governor and Senatorial bids in California in 1998. Continue Reading »
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Summary of this week’s report:
The 2012 Texas primary is only a few weeks away and voting for the right candidates is more essential than it’s ever been. The stakes
are huge at both the state and national levels. It’s vital that we nominate true conservatives to represent us on the ballot in
November. Here are my thoughts on the primary, along with my
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Alamo City Pundit is Active. Testing, Testing. Stand by for further posts. That is all.
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I found these images in an e-mail, so I can’t exactly vouch for their authenticity. However, the statistics are easily researchable, and if you’re getting all your information from me, there’s already a problem, right?
So, the founder’s in their own words supported the Bible, and what it has to say for our lives. Cool.
So what do you think happens when we remove the Bible from our daily lives? Say, even, from our schools?
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A brief word on absences.
Sadly, I’m bidding farewell to my occasional webmaster John. For several years he ran a family-oriented blog and sometimes put up political stuff. When he moved to San Antonio and we met (we both work in the Healthcare field here) he invited me to sometimes post on his blog, and I quickly took over the joint. John soldiered on as the webmaster (I was completely computer illiterate at the time) and we made Alamo City Pundit a small but (hopefully) interesting blog that sometimes got noted on CNN, Fox News, and other bvlog sites. We made some good friends, too.
Then two things happened in rapid succession. John had a near-death experience (he died. Cool story, but not mine to tell.) and he got attacked by gays over the “Obama Unicorn” post. (Look it up on the site.) He actually got threatened, and some of these militant gays actually called his employer and made threatening calls. Either of those things changes somebody quick.
Fortunately I was insulated by my anonymity, but John never saw the need . . . until the Obama Unicorn incident. John’s got a family to protect. So he’s decided to quit, and I wish him all the best with no hard feelings. I’ll be occasionally posting here and other places as the spirit moves me.
And when I post, it’ll be the cold, hard truth. You demand, and deserve, nothing less.
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is right here:
Thanks to my old webmaster John for whipping this up. I’m not great fan of Rick Perry’s, but compared to the field as it is, he’s head and shoulders above most of them.
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In 2012, Texas conservatives need to focus our energies on removing
our own RINOs from office, and keeping them off the Republican
ticket, this coming election.
It’s impossible to overstate how important this task is, on both
the state and the national levels. RINOs are poison to a
conservative agenda. There is little real difference between them
and Democrats, and once elected they use their power to sabotage
attempts to enact good conservative legislation. We’ve seen this
take place in Austin over and over. No matter how loudly
conservatives speak at the polls, and how good prospects for
conservative legislation look, the RINOs in the party often manage
to water good bills down, or block them altogether.
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