Obama campaign surrogate, former President Bill Clinton, said Friday that Barack Obama is in a tough re-election campaign fight only because of the ignorance of American voters. Clinton claims Americans don’t understand the economy, otherwise Obama would be winning this campaign running away. “This shouldn’t be a race,” Clinton said. “The only reason it is,(…)
Conservative Revolution heads toward 2012 as Wisconsin voters and Republicans defeat unions in massive union effort to oust them from office.
Despite the picture which has been painted by unions, progressives, the Democratic Party and the mainstream media of an electorate which overwhelmingly supports the unions in their epic battle with Governor Scott Walker over collective bargaining privileges, the election upon which the left has hung the last of their hopes has been a crushing defeat. (…)
Older American voters are the voting block most likely to vote in any election. This year, however, they are going to do so in record numbers. Seniors are supporting Republicans more than any other demographic group, in this election cycle, and they are poised to vote at historic levels.
The question was hotly debated Sunday on the morning news shows. It’s been debated thousands of times since everyone realized the Democrats were going to take a beating at the polls today. The question is this: Is the election a referendum on Barack Obama and his progressive policies? On Meet the Press, Republican Governor Haley(…)