Wednesday, December 20, 2006


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Anonymous Anonymous said...


4:22 PM  
Blogger Cancer Man said...

4:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please tell me how the polls are wrong, are only for name-id, and that Mitt will win in '08. Mitt will be the ruination of our hopes in 2008.

"Democrats Hold Edge in 2008
According to a new CNN poll, Democrats appear to hold an advantage at this point for 2008 presidential campaign, with 52% of respondents saying "they would either definitely vote for a Democrat or are leaning in that direction. Thirty-two percent said they were leaning toward the GOP or would definitely cast their ballots for a Republican candidate. Thirteen percent said they were not leaning toward either party."

Key matchups:
Clinton 47%, McCain 47%
Clinton 48%, Giuliani 46%
Clinton 57%, Romney 34%
McCain 47%, Obama 43%
Giuliani 49%, Obama 42%
Obama 51%, Romney 35%
Gore 47%, McCain 46%
Gore 46%, Giuliani 46%
Gore 53%, Romney 37%
The poll did not test other potential matchups."

9:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's funny. I know as many democrats who are against Hillary as Republicans. And that's a lot. I might be the only one not worried about her. Then again, I wasn't very worried about Chet, either.

11:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey kooler, you may have missed this story from the Hotline. Don't worry I got your back though (wink).

Romney Takes Two

Beset by questions about his committment to social conservatism, Gov. Mitt Romney today adds two validators to his team.

Gary Marx, the current exec. dir of the Judicial Confirmation Network and formerly the Bush-Cheney campaign's chief staff liaison to social conservatives, will join Gov. Mitt Romney's PAC as an adviser, a Romney aide said.

If Romney runs for pres, Marx, along with Romney aide Peter Flaherty, will be in charge of outreach to the Republican base and will advise Romney on his contacts with them. Marx is a vet of Focus on the Family's VA affiliate and has also worked with Ralph Reed when Reed hung his shingle at Century Strategies.

Also, Jay Sekulow, a constitutional lawyer who's argued numerous cases of import to social conservatives before the Supreme Court, has endorsed Romney and will serve as an adviser. Sekulow is chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, although his endorsement does not mean that the organization is partial to Romney. Sekulow is close to Karl Rove and to virtually every conservative judicial luminary in the country.

11:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you should be focused on keeping the "Republican Leader" in line. (wink)

12:54 PM  
Blogger Caucus Cooler said...

We had it in the hopper 11:35. Be patient with the Cooler, it's the holidays.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Governor Romney on Fox News
In case you missed it, Governor Mitt Romney recently discussed several issues with Fox News’ Carl Cameron. Here are some excerpts of what Romney said.

On Life Issues:
“Upon a full examination of the sanctity of life and when life begins, there is no question, when you put together all the DNA, you've got life and it's human. And I recognize that every civilized society respects human life. And on that basis, I came out and said, look, I am pro-life. Let there be no ambiguity.”

On Gay Marriage:
“I want gay individuals to have equal rights in housing and equal rights in education. I don't believe in discrimination and I don't believe the American people do. That’s a fundamental principle. At the same time, just as fundamental is the principle that marriage is a relationship between a man and a woman. And to suggest somehow that those two things can’t co-exist, that respecting rights of people who think differently and make different choices in their life that that can't go together with preserving marriage is just not right.”

On Religion:
“The name on my church is actually the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I do believe in Jesus Christ is the son of God. But of course there are many others in our country that don’t believe that They believe in other faiths and whether that’s the Jewish religion or Muslim religion or others and they are entitled to do that. Look, the sixth article of the Constitution of the United States got it right. It said no religious test shall ever be required for qualification for office or public trust in these United States.”

3:12 PM  

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