Other posts tagged: Election 2012
Young Voters: Red in a Sea of Blue
When speaking of debates or polls at GW, I often end up being the lone advocate for conservatism among 20 other Democrats. It hasn’t been easy, but it has to be done.
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In 2012, ‘Less-Opposed’ Just Doesn’t Cut It
Joe Belsterling: "I look around the world of politics and wonder how so much corruption, deceit, and self-indulgence exists. That is why I cannot and will not make the concession of supporting someone in whom I do not truly believe."
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Young Voters: The Right Change Is Romney
Nothing could dissuade me from sitting out on a vote that has the potential to decide the future of our country. I want to give Romney a chance because I believe that solid business principles and smart cuts in government spending will create jobs and put our economy back on track.
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I’ll Show You Mine, If You Show Me Yours
Both candidates should be forthcoming during an election with so much at stake. One can only suspect less transparency in the years to come, regardless of who comes out on top.
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Five Reasons Mitt Flunked With Women During Tuesday’s Debate
From the "binders full of women" remark to his fumbling of Lorraine's name, Mitt Romney's debate performance was nothing short of terrible when it came to addressing the needs and concerns of women across America.
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Debate Proves the President is Fired Up and Ready to Go
President Obama proved the doubters wrong and came back stronger and more passionate than ever in the second debate. He demonstrated a commanding grasp of the issues, from healthcare to foreign policy, that made clear why he is the Commander-in-Chief.
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Vice Presidential Debate: What to Expect
Vice Presidential debates are rarely critical- but this year, following President Obama's performance at last week's debate, all eyes will be on Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan. What should viewers expect tonight?
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Romney Wins the Battle, Obama Wins the War
All this analysis boils down to just one thing: debates don't matter. It's why Obama is winning the war, even as Romney wins some battles.
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