First Impressions on 2012
NBC and Wall Street Journal Republican Pollster, Neil Newhouse was already conducting a post-election survey last night to gauge where, both, the general public and the Republican voter feel the GOP should look in terms of the 2012 Presidential Election. As they say, "it's never too early!"
He just can't let it go...
No sooner does the McCain camp let it out that they'll announce the VP pick by next weekend does Mike Huckabee pop up and pop off...from all the way over in Israel no less.
Romney announced that he's withdrawing from the race today via his speech to conservatives at the CPAC conference.
Mitt Romney told a conservative group briefly stunned silent by the news that he is suspending his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Although the press has been too busy with what's going on in New Hampshire to give this much play, Romney won the Wyoming GOP caucus yesterday and, for the time being, is in first place in the delegate count.
From the AP:
CASPER, Wyo. - Mitt Romney captured his first win of the Republican presidential race, gaining most of Wyoming's delegates at stake in GOP caucuses on Saturday.
The editors at National Review have come together and made their endorsement for the Republican nomination. The winner? Mitt Romney. They point out that Romney's the best positioned candidate to unite ALL conservative elements of the GOP, (that being economic, social, and foreign policy). This is an important point because it's the unity of those elements that built the winning Republican coalition in our country since Ronald Reagan first won the White House in 1980. read more »
You have to wonder why someone who's been doing well in the polls would sink to attacking another person's faith, but that's what Huckabee's done in an interview with the New York Times, (to be published this Sunday).
In the interview, when questioned about his thoughts on Romney's Mormon faith, Huckabee says, "Don't Mormon's believe that Jesus and the Devil are brothers?". read more »
It was noted on Rush's show Monday - at the bottom of the 12 o'clock hour the man who held one of Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire campaign offices hostage on Friday, Leeland Eisenberg, contacted CNN three times attempting to get the NY Senator on the phone with him. read more »