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Horses and Bayonets

Its over. We never have to watch a debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama again. The debates were for the most part not very informative or entertaining (I much preferred the VP debate, I mean Biden wiped the floor with Ryan in epic

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Forcing Our Hand: The Illusion of Choice

After watching the first presidential debate, I have to wonder how much more substance and depth a third party candidate would have added to the general conversation. Let’s be honest, there really isn’t a whole lot of substantive differences between

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What To Expect From The First Presidential Debate

Folks, its almost upon us. Next Wednesday night will mark the beginning of the end of this election cycle. With a little over a month left, these debates could have a crucial impact on the race, and who wins in November. But

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Why Romney’s Favorability Rating Should Be No Surpise

It has been recently reported that Mitt Romney has the lowest favorabilty rating of any presidential nominee in modern history. Any. Meaning lower than McCain, Kerry, Gore, Dole, and the rest of the losers of the big election. But this

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The Odd Couple: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan

The last few days have been filled with a renewed sense of hope and pride for the Republican Presidential campaign. Paul Ryan has sent a jolt of enthusiasm right through the heart of the Republican base. Romney’s rallies have seen

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