Monthly Archives: August 2011

GOP VP Talk Is Heating Up

One thing is for sure, it is going to take a balanced ticket to defeat President Obama. Whoever wins the GOP presidential nomination, better vet their VP choice extremely carefully because if they don’t Team Obama will. Being sloppy could … Continued

Gallup: 26% Approve Of Obama’s Handling Of Economy

Domestically speaking, it can’t get much worse than this for the president or can it? Lydia Saad of Gallup has more: A new low of 26% of Americans approve of President Barack Obama’s handling of the economy, down 11 percentage … Continued

Mitt Romney’s Strategy For Dealing With Rick Perry

Mitt Romney’s strategy for dealing with Rick Perry is to stay the course. But if Rick Perry gains more steam on the campaign trail, the question will soon become: Can Romney afford to be passive. Only time will tell. Alexander … Continued

Rick Perry Sets His Sights On Florida

Smart move by Team Perry since Florida’s electorate will be in the spotlight this fall and will be the most important for the eventual GOP presidential nominee throughout the campaign (both in the primary and the general election). If Rick … Continued

Bachmann To Skip Florida’s Presidency Five Straw Poll

For Team Bachmann, this is clearly a money play since. Still, the Florida electorate is the single most important for any GOP presidential candidate. If Bachmann cannot connect with the Sunshine State electorate, she could find herself on the outside … Continued