Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 12/27/11

Bookmark and Share  Today’s Trunkline 2012 reveals that Ron Paul is beginning to understand what it’s like to be attacked rather than on the attack as both Christians and Jews start throwing stones at him,.  Meanwhile, Newt’s past continues to haunt him, Perry flops or flips, it’s hard to tell, and Michele Bachmann finds some praise and predictions.

“You look at Ron Paul’s record of systemic avoidance of reality, his ads are about as accurate as his newsletter,” – Newt Gingrich

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  qhardy  Quentin Hardy
Rick Perry’s Iowa ad spending comes to $25 per caucus goer. “I should have just sent them each a $25 bill,” he says.
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Trunkline 2012: Sunday Election News Review – 11//27/11

Bookmark and Share Sunday’s Trunkline 2012 offers you a wrap up of the Sunday news show discussions, reaction to Newt’s Big New Hampshire endorsement, a new ad pushing for the drafting of Sarah palin for President, suggestions that President Obama should worry about Jon Huntsman, Ann Coulter calls for the shooting of Occupiers, supposed conservative dilemmas, and as usual, a lot more interesting tidbits than just that.

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Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 11/09/11

Bookmark and Share    Today, White House 2012’s Trunkline 2012 gives you all the info you need on tonight’s debate, as well as the latest scoop on the Cain smear campaign, President Obama’s own uncovered scandal, and much more.

  • Tonight’s debate is being held at Oakland University in Michigan and is being sponsored by the Michigan Republican Party and CNBC.   It is being billed as the ‘Your Money, Your Vote” debate and will take place this evening, November 9th at 8:00 pm EST. You can see it on CNBC.com or consult the following  channel finder to locate where you may able to see it live.

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