Is Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal a born-again tax-the-rich candidate for U.S. President?
Turkey: a person of little appeal; dud; loser; a flop
At one of several fundraisers in Louisiana for Mitt Romney, the presidential candidate, being a wild and crazy guy, had a little fun with Gov. Bobby Jindal.
Perhaps more interesting than the things he actually says is the reaction of both the national and state media to the concept of Gov. Bobby Jindal as a politician of national concern.
Mitt Romney took the stage Tuesday night to concede that he had lost his race for president.
By Ron Faucheux
It would be easy for Republicans to blame party losses on Mitt Romney. Easy, perhaps, but not accurate.
“Prediction: Romney 325, Obama 213”
Whom would have thunk it?
Certainly, conventional wisdom would say that the most prominent newspaper in Utah, the most Mormon of Mormon states would be glowing with praise for the presidency of Mitt Romney, a Mormon.
There are just a few short weeks until the presidential election and most polls show a very tight race. While the mainstream news media is declaring President Obama slightly ahead in most polls, some analysts like Dick Morris of Fox News believe that the pollsters are skewing the data to give the incumbent an advantage.
On the campaign trail and in media interviews, Mitt Romney is usually very cautious, making bland comments on the issues of the day. In “off the record” chats with major donors, he obviously tells the real unvarnished truth. It is time some of this real truth made its way into his campaign speeches.
According to the lame stream media, his presidential campaign is now consumed in another sham controversy. The candidate appeared at a hastily arranged news conference late last night to respond to a leaked video taken at a fundraising dinner May 17 in Boca Raton, Florida.