Conservatives’ Terrifying Message – By David French – The Corner – National Review Online

Conservatives’ Terrifying Message – By David French – The Corner – National Review Online.
by David French

If you had told me the day before the election that Mitt Romney would win independents by five, convincingly win among all voters making more than $50,000 per year, and that evangelicals would vote for Mitt by wider margins than they did for even George W. Bush, I would have assumed he’d be on the path to victory. He wasn’t.  As the messaging and tactical second-guessing begins (and it began even before Fox made its Ohio call Tuesday night), we have to be clear-eyed about our challenge:  To tens of millions of American voters, a conservative message of self-reliance and individual economic freedom is, quite frankly, terrifying. Continue reading →

I’m Not Voting for Mitt and Other Tommyrot

by Jeff Swanson

There is every possibility this could irritate some. At least I hope so.

Have you said to either yourself or to others that you are not voting for MItt Romney? That you won’t vote for him because he is not your ideal of a Republican candidate? If so, get over it. Continue reading

Overcoming…Well? Nothing, I Guess?

by Jeff Swanson

According to CNN’s John King, “To win in November, Mitt Romney must emerge from his first debate with President Barack Obama as the leader on this campaign’s defining question: Which candidate do voters trust more to handle the economy?”

Not really. Continue reading

New GOP Ad – Redistribution

Ryan’s Not the First: Media’s History of Trashing GOP Vice Presidential Picks | Media Research Center

Ryan’s Not the First: Media’s History of Trashing GOP Vice Presidential Picks | Media Research Center.
by Rich Noyes

Almost as soon as word leaked that Mitt Romney had chosen Paul Ryan as his running mate, liberal reporters stepped forward to help define the Wisconsin congressman as too conservative, a heartless budget-slasher who might repel as many votes as he might attract to the GOP ticket. Chris Matthews, for example, on Saturday derided Ryan as someone whose plan “really screws the people who desperately need Medicare and programs like that.” Continue reading →