Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views from the Campaign Trail– 12/29/11

Bookmark and Share  Today’s campaign trail briefing offers a look at Ron Paul’s games and blames,  anew santorum ad, Jon Huntsman’s wisecrack, how Iowa will effect New Hamsphire and more news and views.

 “If you’re thinking about Ron Paul because of his domestic issues, think again and look at virtually any of the other candidates and consider how they would be as Commander-in-Chief. That’s the president’s first duty, defending the country.” – Ambassador John  Bolton

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

Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 12/06/11

Bookmark and Share  Trunkline 2012 presents you with a news summary from today’s campaign trail which covers, the homosexual agenda’s exploitation of children, Santorum and Bachamnn’s increasing threat to the frontrunners, Santorum’s new print ad, Obama’s confusion with Kansas and Texas, the left’s lies about the facts, and much, much more.

“The issue for Obama in this reelection campaign is how do you persuades your less-than-ardent supporters that he is the better choice than what is out there.” – Larry Scanlon, Political Director of AFSCME

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WH2012 in football terms: We have Rogers, Brady as front runners, Tebow, Brees, Vick, and Rivers also running, and our current QB is Gabbert

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Trunkline 2012: Monday Mentions from The Republican Presidential Race – 12/5/11

Bookmark and ShareThe “late” edition of Trunkline 2012 has talk of Newt, Mitt, Michele, Rick Perry, Donald Trump, Chuck “the Schmuck” Todd, Nancy Pelosi, some advice from Mark Levin, the lies involved in Fast & Furious, and more news from the campaign trail.

 “I just think it’s time to have a president whose idea of being “hands on” doesn’t mean getting a better grip on the golf club….” – Mitt Romney

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 If Gingrich meets the same fate as the last 2 front runners, Mitt well positioned to win in Iowa: http://tinyurl.com/c5upzmx
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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News Wrap-Up from White House 2012– 11/18/11

 
Bookmark and Share Today’s Trunkline 2012 takes you on a journey through polls that have Romney and Gingrich tied, Ron Paul the Liberal-Tarian, leading, and Mitt Winning in Michigan, as well as some heavy hitter endorsements, some hard hitting explanations, accusations and suggestions, an ode to Occupy, and much more.

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Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views Tales from the Campaign Trail– 11/17/11

Bookmark and Share  Thursday edition of  White House 2012’s Trunkline includes a scathing editorial of Newt Gingrich by Ann Coulter, who rips Newt a new one, along with stories about Newt gaining strength in Iowa, Romney scrubbing clean his email trail, expectations of Michele Bachmann surging in the next few weeks,  a the new welfare scam, a warning about nuclear Armageddon from a Russian official, the newest Republican National Committee ad, Perry premium purchase, the new kind of conservatism that has emerged in the past three years, and much more.

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White House 2012’s Morning Memo. The News that Daylight Shed on Politics this Morning

Bookmark and Share     After a good night’s sleep, the morning brings a new day and new political events in today’s White House 2012 morning memo.  Some of it includes evidence that there is no debating last night’s debate, Perry’s pitiful performance, Herman Cain’s innocence, Obama’s stonewall, new Florida polling has Mitt miffed, and typical unnecessary costs to tax payers, thanks to liberal scandal.  Wake up America!  Don’t you just the smell of politics in the morning?!

  • The Debate Reviews are in:
  1. CNBC Republican Presidential Debate Offered Little News But Produced One Big Loser
  2. Debate In 100 Seconds: Out Of Gas
  3. Romney stronger than ever in GOP race
  4. Video: Perry implodes; Campaign is over, says top fundraiser
  5. GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry says campaign won’t end despite gaffe
  6. One f Newt’s best Moments: Newt hits academia, the media, and OWS for not understanding the economy (Video)

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