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  • My View: Why not a right to a college education?

    02/09/2012 11:26:24 AM PST · 36 of 82
    ccwman to Fresh Wind

    From one college professor to the Free republic group. I disagree with this professor at John Hopkins. I, too, teach political science and educate my students about the value of limited government; constitutional republic and free-markets.

    Let me say why I’m opposed beyond just the immoral aspects of granting money to students to go to college and not do anything to pay it back. A lot of college students are apathetic and use financial aid for basic living expenses. These funds are designed to PAY FOR a student to earn a college degree, not to be an income stream.

    From my vantage point - more federal money inflates the cost of an education and lowers the quality of education in many ways. Students don’t believe they have to put forth an effort, instead, they think attend and a degree is handed to them. In their world a degree equals a great job and salary with no work.

    Students at my institution are apathetic, ignorant and ill prepared to handle college course work. A right to a college degree only cheapens the college degree that others have really struggled to earn.

  • Poll: Romney Back in Control in Florida (Insider Advantage)

    01/25/2012 7:56:01 PM PST · 21 of 118
    ccwman to nhwingut

    I posted on Drudge and told him to take a hike and would vote third party if Romney won. I know that scared him! /snark

    Maybe we should all tell him what we think. I sent it via his news tip line.

  • Transcript: GOP Response From Gov. Mitch Daniels

    01/24/2012 8:37:57 PM PST · 47 of 213
    ccwman to Lancey Howard

    As a loyal opposition, who put patriotism and national success ahead of party or ideology or any self-interest, we say that anyone who will join us in the cause of growth and solvency is our ally, and our friend. We will speak the language of unity. Let us rebuild our finances, and the safety net, and reopen the door to the stairway upward; any other disagreements we may have can wait.


    That last line bugs me. Other disagreements can wait.... Is he talking about the Romney and anti-Romney war raging now? that we should unify as a party and accept a milquetoast effort to tackle this Marxist. He seems to be downplaying extremism and wants us to work together. Daniels appears to be telling some in the party to chill and gt on board with the establishment way.

  • Transcript: GOP Response From Gov. Mitch Daniels

    01/24/2012 8:15:13 PM PST · 13 of 213
    ccwman to WPaCon

    It seems to me Daniels makes some veiled threats and “finger wagging” to Tea Party types. Screw him!

  • Romney reports tax bill of $6.2 million for 2010-11

    01/23/2012 10:10:08 PM PST · 9 of 60
    ccwman to TitansAFC

    Romney’s tax bill will overshadow the 1.6 million Newt consulting contract. Too, Gingrich paid “income tax” on his earned income and Romney paid “capital gains” on is dividend and interest money. Smart of Gingrich to make the contrast.

  • Newt Gingrich Wants Freddie Mac Records Released Before Florida Primary (Take That Willard!)

    01/23/2012 9:26:58 AM PST · 78 of 120
    ccwman to FoxInSocks

    Newt ought to ask for 12 years worth of tax returns released. Ask Mittens if he wouldn’t want to be like daddy Romney who did the same thing in his political race for the Presidency. Then have MIttens appear to be less honest than his dad. Newt can release those years as well. Newters Romney!!!

  • Massive opposition research file on Romney hits Internet

    01/18/2012 3:18:30 PM PST · 63 of 70
    ccwman to MissMagnolia

    GOP establishment wants to keep their power and like Mittens. He’ll create new “tax credits” for businesses rather than cut spending. Which makes him part of the problem, not the solution!

  • Huntsman Complicit in "false flag" Style Dirty Trick Against Paul

    01/07/2012 1:18:33 AM PST · 13 of 25
    ccwman to VicVega

    Prediction for NH.
    1.Romney (wish twere it not true)
    2.Santorum
    3.Gingrich
    4. Huntsman
    5. Paul

  • Huntsman Complicit in "false flag" Style Dirty Trick Against Paul

    01/07/2012 1:07:44 AM PST · 11 of 25
    ccwman to Vendome

    Good to see Huntsman win a straw poll - he beat out Santorum and Buddy Roemer (?). WOW! /snark

  • Huntsman Complicit in "false flag" Style Dirty Trick Against Paul

    01/06/2012 11:56:53 PM PST · 1 of 25
    ccwman
    If this is created by Huntsman's campaign do you think people in NH will vote against him? Certainly hurts Paul whether fake or not. Huntsman's daughters did Cain spoof video last fall. Maybe some of the computer experts can determine if this is correct or not.
  • Iowa Poll: Paul 28, Gingrich 25, Romney 18 (racist newsletter nutball in the lead)

    12/26/2011 12:38:03 PM PST · 62 of 62
    ccwman to DugwayDuke

    In that circumstance then yes,we could attack if there actions are overtly hostile and in proximity to our nation.

    To attack Japan wit no flotilla near Hawaii -because they have an excessive carrier strike force and a large imperial Japanese navy - no that is not warranted for a pre-emptive attack. North Korea has not attacked the US. Do we attack them anyway? What the difference between North Korea and Iran?

    Ron paul would also advocate attacking the Japanese flotilla, but attacking North Korea because they have nukes wouldn’t be warranted. Even a build-up of troops on the N/S Korea border pre-emptive attack isn’t warranted. Once they cross the line then we unlimber with all effective and overwhelming military firepower.

  • Iowa Poll: Paul 28, Gingrich 25, Romney 18 (racist newsletter nutball in the lead)

    12/23/2011 9:06:01 AM PST · 60 of 62
    ccwman to DugwayDuke

    No, I am not redefining the Constitution, I argue (and tell my students) the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution are designed to work together. DI is the mission statement and the Constitution+ Bill of Rights are the bylaws on how our government works. Furthermore, our government is based on a social contract that implies voluntary cooperation and a moral sense of right and wrong. From this premise, government is to be limited so as not to infringe on the civil liberties of the people. Chief among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness embodied in the DI.

    With that in mind, Article i, section 8 lists the powers of Congress “to declare war, grant marquee and reprisal and to make rules for the Capture on Land and water” - nothing in this language to meet grants the power of Congress to initiate hostilities - unless in defense of the homeland, and only then with specific and limited power to the executive.

    That means when fired upon, otherwise- we violate the dictum of the Constitution by re-defining hostility (overt or otherwise as a threat) - that can place us in a state of war at all times. Our Founders also understood that taxation was tied to warfare and to be in a perpetual state of war means more taxes. Thus to minimize taxation we have to minimize war, lest we bankrupt the nation.

    Within the moral definition of limited government, then, is George Washington’s warning to beware of “entangling alliances” to insure that we do not align ourselves with other nations in a way that can create additional problems (like trade problems or warfare). This, to me and other scholars, is morally consistent with the tenets of limited government.

    To expand the document to allow reprisal to be unilateral and decided upon by a President short circuits the function of Congress. Indeed, how is one to define reprisal, is it overt or covert act of war, aggression or hostility -that definition must be clear to prevent expansive interpretation to grant government power it does not have. A higher threshold for war exists again for the possible waste in treasure and lives and because a declaration of war can bring about definitive beginning and ending to a war. Otherwise, warfare is bureaucratized and left to drift or place a nation in perpetual state of war based on the over broadened executive power -not the objective of the founders (see the history of the Roman Empire).

    Continuing to follow the line of moral authority and to protect the nation not only from overt actions of war committed against the United States, a declaration of war or its adjunct (reprisal) is initiated sparingly and with good cause to prevent interventionist (US involvement either directly or indirectly) into the affairs of other nations. consistent with Washiginton’s caveat of “entangling alliances.” We can also add to that the corollary that life being so precious and protected within the Constitution must be protected and war waged as an absolute last resort. That, I think, also raises the standard as to when and how war is determined and defined. We should not go about warfare in a cavalier manner. I, think, we would agree ALL life is precious and is the central tenet of moral underpinning of the Constitution, government and its raison d’etre.

    Therefore, it also follows that pre-emptive strikes -defined as striking at a nation before they attack you - is a violation of another nation’s sovereignty and can be the grounds for war and for them to now attack us for the violation of their property and people and destruction of life - something we have a pact between ourselves and our government to protect -our civil liberties, life and property rights). Constitutional power should be legitimate to have authority, when we say its okay to kill one person but not someone else, then life is not as sacred, or its only defined to who we want to live and who does not live. [As an aside, I think that is another reason so many of us favor life o f a child -to wantonly disregard any life violates that moral code upon which our government was founded]

    Finally, to openly define Artile 1, section 8 and interpret reprisals or rules of capture on land and water as broad, rather than restrictive, as most conservatives interpret the Constitution, now opens the entire document to a loose interpretation. If we re-define reprisal to mean we are threatened but not attacked then one can look at other language within the Constitution to give government more expansive power than the founders intended - this would deny the moral authority of a social contract - since government expansion can also infringe on all other rights.

    If we look at Hamilton’s insistence that the “necessary and proper clause” or elastic clause provides the authority for government to do as necessary and proper, then why should we as a nation, be upset when government violates first, second, fourth, fifth, sixth, eight, nine and tenth amendments, among others? After all, if we can redefine war to be interventionist to attack another nation when we have not been attacked and the executive has expansive power as Commander-in-Chief, then that generates more power into the hands of the executive. To expect that executive to knowingly decide when to apply “specifically defined” power -via statute or otherwise and when not to is a dream -and we have then usurped the Constitution based on teh exigency of the time - and its very clear our Founders believed that is precisely the time when our Constitution must be zealously protected. If not leaders wishing to become tyrants or despots could surrender the Constitution (NDAA, SOPA, Patriot Act, etc.) to the idea of always protecting our nation and growing government all the more.

    At the end of the day, we risk additional expansive government and abrogation of our Constitutional rights along with additional taxes to pay for wars, conflicts, etc. that “we think” need to be fought. With that interpretation of the document, I don’t think we can make the case for limited government at all nor that the Constitution protects us from government -but leaves society with the idea that as long as government does not infringe on me personally it can do whatever it wishes. That moves the fence posts in the favor of government and not in the favor of the person. Something the founders new only too well and an idea they try to safeguard.

    We certainly have the right, as a nation, to defend ourselves from all enemies, but when we empower government with the power of war - that too me is the most profound and provocative power government can have -then it needs to be limited, used sparingly and with overwhelming force and then stand down. If not, once an executive understands he can use the power of the military to accomplish his goals it’ll be the proverbial hammer to be used whenever. How, then, do we prevent the expansion of executive power? By allowing Congress to place a check on the system and to check that power of the executive from endless warfare through taxation and protection of our other rights.

    So, no, I am not “redefining the Constitution,” but enhancing its limited powers with a bright line on where military force should be employed and when not, and for Congress to check the power of the executive; otherwise we risk losing all Constitutional safeguards. It should be no wonder that our members of Congress continue to vote on excessive government spending because they have no understanding, or don’t care about the Constitution because it gets in their way, no surprise when people want our government to do everything - we can’t afford and violates our civil liberties in the process.

  • Iowa Poll: Paul 28, Gingrich 25, Romney 18 (racist newsletter nutball in the lead)

    12/22/2011 10:38:23 PM PST · 58 of 62
    ccwman to DugwayDuke

    huh? As I recall even the founders warn of “entangling alliances” and a “declaration of war” is necessary in the Constitution. Otherwise why have it in Article 1 as the duties of Congress. The POTUS could decide whenever and however he wanted to commit troops with no recourse for the people.

  • Iowa Poll: Paul 28, Gingrich 25, Romney 18 (racist newsletter nutball in the lead)

    12/22/2011 11:36:16 AM PST · 52 of 62
    ccwman to DugwayDuke

    Perhaps, but interventionism and pre-emptive strikes are not Constitutional either.

  • Iowa Poll: Paul 28, Gingrich 25, Romney 18 (racist newsletter nutball in the lead)

    12/22/2011 11:13:49 AM PST · 42 of 62
    ccwman to Notwithstanding

    Not sure about others, but I’ve read Paul’s foreign policy proposal and as brief as it is doesn’t sound like a surrender monkey to me:

    * Make securing our borders the top national security priority.

    * Avoid long and expensive land wars that bankrupt our country by using constitutional means to capture or kill terrorist leaders who helped attack the U.S. and continue to plot further attacks.

    * Guarantee our intelligence community’s efforts are directed toward legitimate threats and not spying on innocent Americans through unconstitutional power grabs like the Patriot Act.

    * End the nation-building that is draining troop morale, increasing our debt, and sacrificing lives with no end in sight.

    * Follow the Constitution by asking Congress to declare war before one is waged.

    * Only send our military into conflict with a clear mission and all the tools they need to complete the job – and then bring them home.

    * Ensure our veterans receive the care, benefits, and honors they have earned when they return.

    * Revitalize the military for the 21st century by eliminating waste in a trillion-dollar military budget.

    * Prevent the TSA from forcing Americans to either be groped or ogled just to travel on an airplane and ultimately abolish the unconstitutional agency.

    * Stop taking money from the middle class and the poor to give to rich dictators through foreign aid.

    http://www.ronpaul2012.com/the-issues/national-defense/

  • Gingrich swats Ron Paul’s foreign policy: ‘He doesn’t want to blame the bad guys’

    12/22/2011 11:07:06 AM PST · 15 of 17
    ccwman to Forward the Light Brigade

    I guess this is a weak defense policy:

    * Make securing our borders the top national security priority.

    * Avoid long and expensive land wars that bankrupt our country by using constitutional means to capture or kill terrorist leaders who helped attack the U.S. and continue to plot further attacks.

    * Guarantee our intelligence community’s efforts are directed toward legitimate threats and not spying on innocent Americans through unconstitutional power grabs like the Patriot Act.

    * End the nation-building that is draining troop morale, increasing our debt, and sacrificing lives with no end in sight.

    * Follow the Constitution by asking Congress to declare war before one is waged.

    * Only send our military into conflict with a clear mission and all the tools they need to complete the job – and then bring them home.

    * Ensure our veterans receive the care, benefits, and honors they have earned when they return.

    * Revitalize the military for the 21st century by eliminating waste in a trillion-dollar military budget.

    * Prevent the TSA from forcing Americans to either be groped or ogled just to travel on an airplane and ultimately abolish the unconstitutional agency.

    * Stop taking money from the middle class and the poor to give to rich dictators through foreign aid.

    http://www.ronpaul2012.com/the-issues/national-defense/

  • The Madness of Ron Paul

    12/21/2011 8:55:27 AM PST · 5 of 35
    ccwman to servo1969

    Our founders held extreme libertarian ideals. They didn’t hold those in check for the revolution because Samuel Adams was too extreme or a lightening rod.

    But we do not have any inspiring candidates which leaves us voting AGAINST rather than enthusiastically FOR a candidate. All candidates want to tinker at the margins and out tax credit the other guy.

    Is Romney the “best” we can do? Heaven help us

  • USA Today/Gallup Poll: Romney, Gingrich Beat Obama in 12 Swing States

    12/13/2011 9:55:05 AM PST · 6 of 52
    ccwman to MSF BU

    One thing not mentioned in the survey is the increase in electoral votes for some states, many of them southern (my state of Georgia picks-up additional seats) and this can make a difference in a close contest.

  • 2012 Presidential MatchupsElection 2012: Obama 46%, Perry 34%

    12/07/2011 7:05:56 AM PST · 24 of 65
    ccwman to magritte

    I wholeheartedly agree, but the headline implies Perry is the only candidate closest to Obama in the polls. Simply pointing out that fact. Polls do give us a good idea of trends, directions and to some degree, intensity of support for a candidate - which I consider relevant.

  • 2012 Presidential MatchupsElection 2012: Obama 46%, Perry 34%

    12/07/2011 6:31:37 AM PST · 16 of 65
    ccwman to magritte

    Look at the rest of the field in the Rasmussen report:

    As of November 28-29 Gingrich is the only GOPer in the field beating the Marxist, 45% to 43% - No other candidate is tied or beating Obummer. But Romney and Gingrich are certainly within the MOE.

  • Electric car maker Aptera closes its doors

    12/05/2011 8:10:40 AM PST · 21 of 49
    ccwman to Army Air Corps

    No one seems to discuss the litigation from personal injury and wrongful death these cars will generate. Put this thing against a non-ecofriendly MAC truck and you’ll have no survivors in these electric cars.

  • LIVE THREAD: Huckabee's Republican Presidential Forum: 8/7 Eastern/Central 5:PM Pacific

    12/03/2011 5:37:24 PM PST · 96 of 883
    ccwman to Mountain Mary

    Spartans will repeat. Go Green, Go White!

  • Let's Get Real: A Newt Gingrich Nomination Would Be a Disaster For the Republican Party.

    12/03/2011 2:33:45 PM PST · 85 of 577
    ccwman to jessduntno

    What you said! LoL

  • Let's Get Real: A Newt Gingrich Nomination Would Be a Disaster For the Republican Party.

    12/03/2011 2:29:44 PM PST · 69 of 577
    ccwman to GeronL

    I wouldn’t trust Romney at my back. He’d either surrender to the enemy; shoot me in the back; turn tail and run; or cry in a sniveling heap at the bottom of his fox hole, and then deny to everyone when we got home he didn’t do any of that, but instead was a war hero.

  • Adam Carolla talks Occupy Wall Street and Millennials (slice and dice!)

    12/02/2011 12:29:28 PM PST · 5 of 8
    ccwman to all the best

    Posted to my Facebook page today. I post a lot of FR articles on there to provoke libtard friends and start a discussion. More outrageous the better!

  • MSNBC: Cain to Make Major Campaign Announcement on Saturday

    12/02/2011 11:52:28 AM PST · 63 of 99
    ccwman to Yaelle

    Cain announces he ends the presidential campaign, but begins the media whip-butt campaign and unleashes Lin Wood to sue all parties (women and media). He says he wants to get his name back.

  • Herman Cain atty Lin Wood: Media is "participating in the deterioration of the political process"

    12/01/2011 9:44:38 PM PST · 5 of 26
    ccwman to EyeGuy

    Piers Morgan is an assclown. Need I say more! He thinks he’s smarter than everyone else.

  • Man killed by his own concealed weapon

    11/20/2011 9:48:38 PM PST · 46 of 134
    ccwman to matthew fuller

    Thunderwear may be the culprit in this instance, why carry with the gun near the crown jewels. Carry strong side in a holster either IWB or OWB. Dress around the gun and IT can be concealed without this Thunderwear stuff.

  • Romney on Romneycare: ‘I Am Not Going to Walk Away From That’

    11/17/2011 7:36:41 PM PST · 55 of 111
    ccwman to goldstategop

    he’ll support it until asked in the next debate and then he’ll try to explain away his support for the mandate.

    last week he was denying his former staff helped draft obamacare and that massachusetts isn’t a model for obamacare

    give him time
    he’ll torture the explanation again before 24 hours tick off the clock.

  • Stop the EPA’s attack on property rights!

    11/15/2011 10:21:39 PM PST · 8 of 13
    ccwman to haroldeveryman

    An article on EPA’s efforts which haven’t changed much in the last few years. Its still an agency out-of-control - my take on this from a few years back:

    http://falmouthcitizens.com/geopolitical-2/regulators-gone-wild/

  • WATCH: Ron Paul Wants To Kill Costly Federal Student Loan Program (VIDEO)

    11/12/2011 8:54:27 PM PST · 48 of 48
    ccwman to Age of Reason

    From my vantage point as a professor at a community college I can attest that 85% of our students should not be in college.

    They don’t participate in classes, they don’t attend and they parachute into classes to take tests. Then at the end of the semester they want to know what they can do to improve their grades. I have a 33% pass rate and administration wants me to raise this to 50%. One colleague has a 25% pass rate. I’m not privy to other faculty data, but I’d say anecdotally that few faculty pass more than 50%.

    Administration wants us to reach a 50% or better pass rate and the Governor of Georgia wants a higher proportion of students to graduate. No way, no how!

  • Cain accusers Bialek, Kraushaar planning joint news conference

    11/09/2011 12:51:16 PM PST · 20 of 70
    ccwman to kevkrom

    Cain’s attorney ought to file a cease and desist on them and say if you hold a press conference each of your clients will be sued for seven figures and possible gains made from these allegations. Allred and Bennett want free PR but I don’t think they want to waste time on a possible serious litigation that will cost them money and no possible resolution for quite a while. Allred wants to prance around look concerned so the deed and go home with little money expended. If a lawsuit comes down the pike it’ll take more of her time with two clients who clearly don’t have the means to pay. But then again, may be not!

  • AP: Joe Paterno to retire at season's end

    11/09/2011 9:08:54 AM PST · 161 of 384
    ccwman to american_ranger

    Which leaves Paterno without a leg to stand on. I agree. I lost my job as a result of firing an underling, but I still sleep at night. (in a new job for the last few years) so I have little patience for Paterno types who don’t say anything and allow bureaucracy to cover their butts. academic administrators are corrupt as well, not all - but too many.

  • AP: Joe Paterno to retire at season's end

    11/09/2011 8:20:07 AM PST · 100 of 384
    ccwman to Lancey Howard

    Excuse me for my imprecision. Had I known of charges as an administrator when he was at Penn State, I would not have swept them under the rug, but I would’ve fired him as soon as I knew (again, if I knew this when he was in the employ of the University). I did the same for my boss’s wife. Clearly this is what I meant to say, but since some want to use a timeline I guess I should be more specific. Sheesh!

  • AP: Joe Paterno to retire at season's end

    11/09/2011 8:00:36 AM PST · 68 of 384
    ccwman to dfwgator

    As a college administrator I would’ve called Sandusky to my office and fired him. WE can have an investigation or he can walk. If we investigate then he’s fired.

    I fired my boss’s (Vice President of Academic Affairs) wife (Director) when she was up to no good. Tough road to hoe for a while, as a result, but it had to be done.

  • Cain aide wrongly insists they've 'confirmed' accuser's son works for POLITICO (Is Not Related)

    11/08/2011 8:59:39 PM PST · 2 of 34
    ccwman to TitansAFC

    He may have moved on but his picture remains at Politico’s website.

  • Front-page editorial calls for PSU prez to resign [And Paterno resignation called for as well]

    11/08/2011 1:07:15 PM PST · 13 of 45
    ccwman to wolfcreek

    3 radio stations in the area report Urban Meyers has bought land in Boalsburg (4 miles outside of Penn State). Hmmmm?

  • ‘SHE IS VERY RELIABLE’ (Another Cain accuser only doing right thing, family and friends say)

    11/08/2011 11:28:24 AM PST · 69 of 83
    ccwman to NoLibZone

    Just sent that guy an email over Facebook. Will see if he responds.

  • Woman who accused Herman Cain of sexual harassment now works for Obama

    11/08/2011 10:44:20 AM PST · 22 of 23
    ccwman to RushIsMyTeddyBear

    Just posted all three names to Facebook status so my friends can see these scamps for who they are. They want heat, we’ll give them heat.

  • Karl Rove: Gloria Allred adds credibility to accusation (WATCH VIDEO)

    11/08/2011 10:36:59 AM PST · 115 of 178
    ccwman to New Jersey Realist

    I just sent Mr. Rove a scathing email about his endorsement of Gloria Allred’s accuser against Cain. I told him his efforts to smear Cain only emboldens me to support Cain and to wholeheartedly do everything I can in my power to vote NO on Mittens Romney and vote for down ticket Club for Growth candidates in the House and Senate.

    I know I left him quaking in his shoes, but he’s a POS and need to be run out of the party.

    Anyone else who wants to can go to www.rove.com.

  • Team Cain Stresses Allred’s ‘Celebrity Lawyer’ Reputation, Bialek’s ‘Financial Difficulties’

    11/07/2011 9:38:37 PM PST · 2 of 51
    ccwman to smoothsailing

    He needs to knock Allred and the accuser between the eyes. This is a start!

  • New Woman Accusing Herman Cain Of Sexual Harassment Hires Gloria Allred (Press Conference today)

    11/07/2011 7:00:55 AM PST · 6 of 113
    ccwman to WayneS

    Continuing the drip, drip and this one will be fabricated. Alred wants a shakedown fee.

  • Ron Paul wins Illinois straw poll

    11/06/2011 1:01:01 AM PST · 6 of 18
    ccwman to Advil000

    You’re correct thats why I mention the in-person numbers as the ones that matter.

    In that department Cain and Romney tie with 35% of the vote each. Cain still chugging along.

  • Ron Paul wins Illinois straw poll

    11/06/2011 1:36:19 AM PDT · 4 of 18
    ccwman to ccwman

    Interestingly, if I read the article correctly
    Paul is first overall and Cain is second overall, beating out Romney. The author leads us to believe that Romney is second.

  • Ron Paul wins Illinois straw poll

    11/06/2011 1:34:25 AM PDT · 3 of 18
    ccwman to ccwman

    Didn’t see this posted from earlier today so thought I’d post.

    What matters is the in-person voting and for that Romney and Cain tie with 35% of the vote, respectively. From my reading Romney didn’t carry the state’s in-person voting but tied with Herman Cain. Cain is still tracking with Romney in the polls.

  • Ron Paul wins Illinois straw poll

    11/06/2011 1:22:21 AM PDT · 1 of 18
    ccwman
  • (Chameleon) Mitt Romney: 'I've been as consistent as human beings can be'

    11/05/2011 11:23:50 PM PDT · 17 of 43
    ccwman to Hunton Peck

    LOL - that is an achievement. One he’ll change his position on tomorrow.

  • (Chameleon) Mitt Romney: 'I've been as consistent as human beings can be'

    11/05/2011 11:22:33 PM PDT · 16 of 43
    ccwman to org.whodat

    Consistently inconsistent is Romney. I wouldn’t trust him to carry a bucket of water. He’s as unreliable as Obomy

  • Tea party faithful bemoan Romney, hope for Cain victory

    11/05/2011 11:06:56 PM PDT · 8 of 62
    ccwman to Darkwolf377

    Scarce among the hundreds of conservative activists gathered in Daytona Beach? Any enthusiasm for Mitt Romney, the man widely expected to win the Republican presidential nomination.


    Media keeps pushing Romney note the push - enthusiasm, widely expected. Seemingly saying - are these Tea Party people nuts. MSM can pound sand

  • Tea party faithful bemoan Romney, hope for Cain victory

    11/05/2011 11:03:39 PM PDT · 6 of 62
    ccwman to Netizen

    Wiser people at the convention than the one who wrote this story.