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    If only he had done this at the debates

    If only he had done this at the debates

    Who knows what might have been.  I’m not writing him off, but who knows. (via ElectAds)

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    How more perverse can all this become? With the culture nearly completely lost to the Progressive imperium led by the MSM, and our politics and government spilling over with arrogant leftists aching to give America the coup de grace in a second Obama term, we field without a doubt the most maladroit, media-stupid and/or least combative candidates in my political memory going back Reagan.

    When these candidates actually go on the offensive, it’s against each other and not the leftists. None has seemed able — has really even tried — to take on the lackluster republican “leader”, a waffling, thin-skined, uninspiring and ridiculously glass-jawed loser-mediocrity who John McCain — John McCain! — dispatched with one hand. The candidate with a reputation for plain-spoken Texas toughness and executive skills has looked like a glazed-eyed deer in debates (now that it’s too late, he finally shows some savvy incision against the Left). The allegedly most conservative female candidate who boasts having mothered umpteen foster children in the Christian spirit has been revealed as a lying harpy so alienating to voters that her congressional re-election might now be in doubt. A demagogic, anti-Semitic and isolationist crank leads in most polls. And the one candidate with an actual record of conservative accomplishment, and a natural gift for demolishing Leftist narratives, is blitzkrieged by the GOP establishment with a ferocity rarely seen, and nowhere evident during the last three years of Obama’s historic assaults on the premise of American exceptionalism.

    I expect nothing but perversity anymore.


     
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    GrumpyOne | January 2, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    Anything from politico is suspect and not credible in my book after what they did to Cain. That was the last straw and I canceled the automatic newsletters etc.

    With that said, Perry did exactly the right thing in taking them on and I’m not a Perry fan even though I’m from Texas.

    The left will do what ever it takes to fabricate, name call, lie outright, and otherwise derail whoever gets the GOP nod.


     
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    rightConcept | January 2, 2012 at 9:53 pm

    Well that was a pleasant couple of minutes! 🙂
    Politico had that one coming! Good for Perry.


     
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    TPHobbit | January 3, 2012 at 12:50 am

    Go Perry. He is the candidate with the best chance of beating Romney and then Obama.


     
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    valleyforge | January 3, 2012 at 1:51 am

    Perry had the same response to Wallace on Fox New Sunday and it was even more forceful. Wallace took the hint a lot quicker than Allen though and quickly dropped the line of questioning. So Perry seems to have been well prepared for this.

    Note this pushback strategy didn’t work for Cain though.


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