If you're in need of a little political brush up, here are five reasons Super Tuesday is the second most important election day of 2012.
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If Obama were to beat Romney in 2012 the tea party folks and the extreme Christian right will certainly blame the loss on running yet another moderate Republican.
WASHINGTON -- Two new national polls show that Republicans give Texas Gov. Rick Perry the best chance of beating President Barack Obama in 2012, even ...
Yesterday's results really only showed one thing with any clarity -- Sarah Palin is definitely going to run for president.
While Clinton's lost me on the character front, I still have issues with Obama in terms of overall electability come November 4th.
1964 was the last time a Democratic nominee for President carried majority of the white working class vote, measured by either income or education.
In Roy Romer's endorsement of Obama, it came down to the map and the math. "It is different kind of winning possibility that Senator Obama was presenting to the party.... This nation is evolving."
She started with a lead of almost 20 points. But her final margin of 9.2% fell far short of what was needed to stop Obama's nomination. Here's why.
With a win in PA, Clinton's question to the superdelegates will be, "Are you better off with me or Obama against the Ruthless Republican Attack Machine." This Realisticrat already knows the answer.
The debate's over. Let's stop pretending. The data demonstrates Obama has always been more electable; that Clinton still isn't electable; and that Clinton is weakening Obama for the general.
So, seeing Pennsylvania (and her shot at President, at least this election cycle) slipping away, Clinton's folks announced yesterday that she WILL debate him in North Carolina as well.
Does anybody really believe that if Hillary's the nominee, Slick Willie's post-presidential sex life won't be fully unzipped by the time Flag Day rolls around?
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