Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views from the Campaign Trail– 1/26/12

Bookmark and Share  Today’s Trunkline 2012 discusses tonight’s presidential debate in Florida, the personhood amendment, Bob Dole’s freak out on Newt Gingrich, Bob McDonnell’s view of all the VP talk, Romney and paul running in Nevada, what Newt learned from Dick, and much more.

Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 1/25/12

Bookmark and Share Trunkline 2012 delivers a dose of campaign trail news dealing with the president’s Fiction and Fantasy Economic Tour, Newt pulling ads and surging in Florida, Obama losing Florida, Pelosi’s secret secrets about Newt, Fidel Castro thoughts on Republican being idiots, and much more.

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Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 1/24/12

Bookmark and Share Today’s campaign trail news gives us a glimpse at how Billion Buck Barry intends to campaign for President, thoughts on Mitch Daniels’ entry in to the presidential race, news about how Ann Coulter and Chris Christie are sharing bunched panties, and news about Romney pulling even with Gingrich in favorable ratings, Democrats taking charges against Newt too far, and much more.  All in White House 2012’s Trunkline 2012.
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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News Wrap-Up from White House 2012 – 12/30/11

Bookmark and Share  The news from the campaign trail todasy is plentiful as Newt weeps, Ron Paul rejects everyone, Perry and Santorum sharpen their aim at one another, Bachmann gets an almost endorsement, Gingrich gets a very important Iowa endorsement, and everyone offers their own views on the Caucus and everyone else.

This is a time for leadership, not warm fuzzies. The future is at stake, and we may never get another environment with the country so prepared to challenge the system as we have right now. – Steve Deace in his endorsement of Newt Gingrich
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Greta Christina
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Not sure which is funnier: headline reading “Santorum Surges From Behind,” or the fact that Rick Santorum retweeted it.
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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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   BorowitzReport   Andy Borowitz
Kelly Clarkson has endorsed Ron Paul, which means that her music is no longer the worst thing about her.
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Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 12/28/11

Bookmark and Share Santorum surges, Romney leads, Bachmann goes after Perry and Paul, pastors urge candidates to drop out of the race and conservatives think about foreign policy as a sleeper issue in the 2012 election, what the Ron Paul vote has to do with Ron paul, and how we find the most conservative and electable nominee.  That an more tops today’s news from  the campaign trail in Trunkline 2012 election news roundup.

“He is however, most certainly Anti-Israel, and Anti-Israeli in general. He wishes the Israeli state did not exist at all. He expressed this to me numerous times in our private conversations. His view is that Israel is more trouble than it is worth, specifically to the America taxpayer. He sides with the Palestinians, and supports their calls for the abolishment of the Jewish state, and the return of Israel, all of it, to the Arabs” – Eric Dondero, the right-hand man to Congressman Ron Paul for 16 years

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  McGarrysGhost   Leo Thomas McGarry
Ron Paul’s lifetime legislative record in Congress: 620 bills sponsored, 4 bills voted on, 1 signed into law. That’s a 99.84% failure rate.

Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 12/27/11

Bookmark and Share  Today’s Trunkline 2012 reveals that Ron Paul is beginning to understand what it’s like to be attacked rather than on the attack as both Christians and Jews start throwing stones at him,.  Meanwhile, Newt’s past continues to haunt him, Perry flops or flips, it’s hard to tell, and Michele Bachmann finds some praise and predictions.

“You look at Ron Paul’s record of systemic avoidance of reality, his ads are about as accurate as his newsletter,” – Newt Gingrich

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  qhardy  Quentin Hardy
Rick Perry’s Iowa ad spending comes to $25 per caucus goer. “I should have just sent them each a $25 bill,” he says.
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Trunkline 2012: Monday Mentions from The Republican Presidential Race – 12/26/11

Bookmark and Share  Twas the day after Christmas and not a creature stood still on the campaign trail and Trunkline 2012 is here to tell you about each move they made with news on everything from Ron Paul’s newsletter problem, Perry’s faith based pitch to voters, and Virginia’s next move on Gingrich and Perry,  to a last word on Herman Cain and more.

“The United States should stand with our allies to support the Nigerian government in the aftermath of the attacks. The terrorist activities of Boko Haram are particularly worrisome for the United States because of the organization’s affiliation with Al Qaeda.”  –Rick Perry on the Christmas Day bombing in  Nigeria

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BorowitzReport   Andy Borowitz

 Ron Paul may benefit from Iowa’s unique caucus rules, which allow people from other planets to vote.

Trunkline 2012: Monday Mentions from The Republican Presidential Race – 12/19/11

Bookmark and Share Monday’s Trunkline 2012 gives you a look at the word  on the campaign trail about Newt’s newest big endorsement and his slipping in the polls, Biden’s big faux pas, Condoleeza Rice’s vice presidency, Townhall and Hot Air’s straw poll results, more word that Republicans may not know who their nominee is for many months, Bachmann’s plight, and more interesting political snippets and tid bits.

“Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy. That’s critical. There is not a single statement that the president has ever made in any of our policy assertions that the Taliban is our enemy because it threatens U.S. interests” – Vice President Joe Biden

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RepublicansRUs  Ronald Reagan

It’s been 7 days and counting since Barack Obama asked nicely for the Iranians to return our drone. Still no drone. #NaiveObama

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Trunkline 2012: Saturday Political News and Opinions: 12/17/11

Bookmark and Share   Saturday’s White House 2012 news wrap-up provides readers with news from the campaign trail that has a prediction of how the first caucuses and primaries will turn out and how they will effect the contest, Ron Paul claiming Bachmann hates Muslims, Bachmann  claiming the President of Iran hates everyone, Perry dinging Paul and Gingrich while Romney dings Gingrich and Gingrich discusses how the dings are taking their toll.  Other news has talk of Santorum trying toi win Iowa the old fashion way, Huntsman counting independent voters to save him, and Perry talking about cuts the President’s budget and his potential own potential presidential cabinet, while others discuss Perry’s double-dipping.

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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News Wrap-Up from White House 2012 – 12/16/11

Bookmark and Share   Friday’s Trunkline 2012 lets you select the conservative of the year for Human Events and offers debate analysis, polls that say Obama must go, Nikki Haley’s choice for President, proof that Ron Paul denials about controversial remarks are false, and much more.

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Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views from the Campaign Trail– 12/15/11

Bookmark and Share  Trunkline 2012 is proud to deliver youj a wrap up of today’s events on the campaign trail that includes some debate about tonight’s debate, Newt’s practical conservatism, the cause for Perry’s poor debate performances, Bachmann’s Iowa tour, and much more including a special cartoon of the day.

“The assault on all things Christian is “as constant as the north star.” In fact, the Lord tells us this is the way it is to be for us. For the overwhelming majority of American Christians, martyrdom is less about losing one’s head literally for our faith as it is about not losing it metaphorically when a non-believer walks all over those things we hold most dear.”  – Bob Eschliman for SteaveDeace.com

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Monica CrowleyMonicaCrowley  Monica Crowley

Barney Frank is sporting a cast on his left hand.  He won’t disclose how he tore a ligament in his thumb, so let your imagination run wild.
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The following cartoon comes from Draw For Truth

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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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Today’s daily tweet is an example of just how fair and unbiased National Public Radio is: 

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

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

Bookmark and Share  Gingrich and Romney trade barbs, Paul becomes appealing, Santorum raises money with Romney’s bet, and some juice on Marco Rubio and Ben Bernanke.   All of this awaits you in today’s Trunkline 2012.  And don’t forget to take the poll in it.

Between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, which of the two would be a stronger candidate against President Obama?   Vote here, now.

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Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views Tales from the Campaign Trail– 12/8/11

Bookmark and Share  A very interesting Trunkline 2012 awaits you today as the campaign trail reveals Romney and Gingrich taking heat from everyone, Perry getting serious in Iowa, Santorum preparing to make a big announcement, Christie turning the table on hecklers, Ann Coulter’s case of verbal diarrhea, a place for the Governor of Puerto Rico on the G.O.P. presidential ticket, and other juicy tidbits and tales, and the quote and Twitter of the day.

“How many jobs did Barack Obama create as a community organizer?  As a law professor? Maybe now you see the problem.”  – Opening line in new Mitt Romney SuperPAC ad

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Marco Rubio marcorubio Marco Rubio
Obama Admin was quick to call Honduras a “coup” in 2009 but #Ortega stolen #election in #Nicaragua met with silence http://nyti.ms/tdebpY
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Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 12/7/11

Bookmark and Share Today we pay tribute to our fallen heroes at Pearl Harbor and pay tribute to the Greatest Generation, the one that saved the world.  And from the campaign trail, Trunkline 2012 brings you news about Newt  picking running mates and his cabinet, Obama’s forgeries, Ron Paul’s help in making nominating Mitt Romney, and more

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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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PublicPolicyPollingppppolls  PublicPolicyPolling

 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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