Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views from the Campaign Trail– 1/26/12

Bookmark and Share  Today’s Trunkline 2012 discusses tonight’s presidential debate in Florida, the personhood amendment, Bob Dole’s freak out on Newt Gingrich, Bob McDonnell’s view of all the VP talk, Romney and paul running in Nevada, what Newt learned from Dick, and much more.

Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 12/14/11

Bookmark and Share  Today’s Trunkline 2012 has some stories abolut how protests are good if they involve liberals but bad if they involve conservatives, Romney receiving the endorsement of a conservative oriented paper, Santorum’s test, Huntsman’s hopes, Bachmann’s complaints, the promise in Ron Paul’s campaign, and as usual more, including our quote and tweet of the day.

“What I’m saying now is: Of the available candidates, Romney is, by far, the most conservative — tied with Michele Bachmann — and he has a proven ability to win in a state like Massachusetts.”Ann Coulter on Fox News
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If Ron Paul had been President instead of FDR, we’d all be speaking German right now. Except all minorities. They’d be dead.
 
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Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 12/13/11

Bookmark and Share  Obama’s election strategies and chances are outlined in todays’s Trunkline 2012, aliong with news of a stunning Iowa poll, battleground state polls, Rick Perry talking,….coherrently, Iowa evangelical leaders liunning up behind Bachmann, Santorum’s possible upset victory, Ron Paul’s assistance of Mitt Romney, and much more.

“I’m not going to sign those silly pledges, I don’t pander…I’m not going to set my hair on fire, I’m not going to Don Trump’s debate.”  – Jon Huntsman, Jr. in an interview with CNN

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Today’s daily tweet is an example of just how fair and unbiased National Public Radio is: 

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Newt Gingrich’s Economic Plan: Big Tax Cuts For Rich, Huge Deficits For All http://n.pr/vfslXX

Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 12/7/11

Bookmark and Share Today we pay tribute to our fallen heroes at Pearl Harbor and pay tribute to the Greatest Generation, the one that saved the world.  And from the campaign trail, Trunkline 2012 brings you news about Newt  picking running mates and his cabinet, Obama’s forgeries, Ron Paul’s help in making nominating Mitt Romney, and more

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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News Wrap-Up from White House 2012 – 12/2/11

Bookmark and Share  On this day, Trunkline 2012 delivers to you a dose of suspense involving Herman Cain’s campaign and his personal life, Palin’s wink and nod to Rick Santorum, the case for Newt, questions about Ron Paul and antisemitism, a poll question, the final calendar dates for the Republican presidential primaries and caucuses, and much more.

 

Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views Tales from the Campaign Trail– 12/01/11

Bookmark and Share  Trunkline 2012 has a few surprises in store today.  They include the start of a third party presidential candidacy, Newt’s cocky declaration, His pledge regarding the Mexican border and meeting with Donald Trump while Romney makes a presidential visit, Michele Bachmann’s Vice presidential choices, Huntsman’s daughters still struggling to make a difference and other juicy gems.

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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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