Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

The last battle lost, the next battle begins

Well, that certainly didn’t turn out as we’d hoped. Despite his record of domestic and foreign policy failures, a cascade of failed green energy companies, the flop of his Stimulus, and a bitterly small and a bitterly small and petty campaign, Barack Obama backed into a second term as President of the United States. I […]

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Romney! What is Best in Life?

You can tell precisely how desperate the media are to pretend that Barack Obama still has a chance to win the 2012 Presidential election, and the fear and desperation taste. so. good. Michael Tomasky shrieks that JournaOlister Nate Silver still gives Obama a chance in the polls, even though Silver’s credibility began heading for the […]

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Congratulations, President Romney

This wasn’t the “broken chair” slaughter of Denver, but is was a strong and certain Romney victory over a President that did not offer anything like a vision of the future. This election is over.

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368: the case for a cascade (or, not quite as bad as Carter)

Mitt Romney experienced a powerful surge after the first debate, picked up 1-2 points after the second debate (so far). The third debate mirrors the style of the first debate in which Romney destroyed Obama, and it isn’t unreasonable to expect Romney can pick up and additional 1-2 points on debates along. But while I […]

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The road to 301 (a conservative path to victory)

Romney experienced a powerful surge after the first debate, picked up 1-2 points after the second debate (so far), and will likely pick up a further 1-2 gain after the third debate, which mirrors the style of the first debate in which Romney destroyed Obama. We can expect an “erosion effect” to seep in as […]

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