Trunkline 2012: Saturday Political Opinions and the Cinema Politico Movie of the Week: 12/3/11

Bookmark and Share  Saturday’s Trunkline 2012 offers you a , uh, eh, ahh, well I guess the best way to put it is a unique movie of the week feature along with the main news of the day involving Herman Cain, and tidbits about Newt, Mitt, on of the Rick’s, our presidents corruption problems, a preview of tomorrows TV news programming, the weekly Rpublican national message, and more

C-SPAN’s “Newsmakers,” the director of the Obama’s National Economic Council, Gene Sperling, is interviewed by The Wall Street Journal’s Gerald Seib and The Economist’s Greg Ip —- NBC’s “Meet the Press” RNC Chairman Reince Pebius, Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod —-CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs  —-ABC, “This Week”: Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.),  former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum —-CNN, “State of the Union”: Reps. Ron Paul of Texas and Michele Bachmann of Minnesota,  Arizona Sen. John McCain and former White House budget director Alice Rivlin and former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin —-“Fox News Sunday”:   Sens. Kent Conrad (D-N.D.) and Tom Coburn (R-Okla.)discuss how to shrink the ballooning federal deficit. And Michele Bachmann gets interviewed.

  • White House 2012′s Cinema Politico: This week’s feature presentation is Crude Independence

First-time director Noah Hutton captures the change in Stanley, North Dakota, after a historic 2006 oil discovery. Crude Independence is a rumination on the future of small town America and a tale of change at the hands of the global energy market.…

It’s an odd and bizarre flick but it’s free 

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Trunlkine 2012: Thursday’s Summary of News and Views Tales from the Campaign Trail– 12/01/11

Bookmark and Share  Trunkline 2012 has a few surprises in store today.  They include the start of a third party presidential candidacy, Newt’s cocky declaration, His pledge regarding the Mexican border and meeting with Donald Trump while Romney makes a presidential visit, Michele Bachmann’s Vice presidential choices, Huntsman’s daughters still struggling to make a difference and other juicy gems.

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Wednesday’s Words and Wit from the Presidential Campaign Trail: 11/30/11

Bookmark and Share    Today Trunkline 2012 brings you some good and bad news for Newt, Michele Bachmann’s strong stance against extending the payroll tax holiday, Herman Cain’s decision to make a decision about keeping his going , Mitt Romney’s attempt to prevent Newt from passing him by, Chris Christie’s attempt to prove that Mitt is the man, Allen West on  becoming the next Vice President and more tid-bits from the campaign trail.

Mitt Romney  MittRomney   Mitt Romney

The right answer for America is to stop the growth of government & start the growth of the private sector. VIDEO: http://mi.tt/tQmwch
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“Real leadership is not what you see in the White House right now. I think it’s a sad day in our country’s history to have a bystander in the Oval Office, and that’s we have.”   NJ Governor Chris Christie during a meeting of the RGA on 11/30/11

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Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 11/29/11

Bookmark and Share   Today’s campaign trail turns up a Trunkline 2012 with news about Herman Cain’s reasessment of his campaign, a look at who would benefit and who would be hurt if Cain drops out of the race, the new draft Sarah Palin for President ad, Bachmann blasting Newt, why Chris Christie shouldn’t be President, and much more including two new Trunkline 2012 features, the Daily Tweet and the Daily Quote.

 “The president acts like a politician running for office, not a sitting leader. That has had a poisonous effect on the country.”-Rick Santorum in an interview with the Nashua Telegraph

  • Twitter of the Day:

ConservativeNDC A.K. Baker

“The current Occupy Wall Street movement is the best illustration to date of what President Barack Obama’s America looks like.”

Trunkline 2012: Sunday Election News Review – 11//27/11

Bookmark and Share Sunday’s Trunkline 2012 offers you a wrap up of the Sunday news show discussions, reaction to Newt’s Big New Hampshire endorsement, a new ad pushing for the drafting of Sarah palin for President, suggestions that President Obama should worry about Jon Huntsman, Ann Coulter calls for the shooting of Occupiers, supposed conservative dilemmas, and as usual, a lot more interesting tidbits than just that.

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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News Wrap-Up from White House 2012 – 11/25/11

Bookmark and Share  Black Friday may have the malls inundated with shoppers but today’s Trunkline 2012 is filled with an abundance of campaign trail news and opinions on about everything from Newt surging in New Hampshire, Michele Bachmann’s own shopping mall experience, the President’s notable deletion of God, the plight for a third-party candidate, the worst Thanksgiving week since the 1930’s, the lack of protection that the First Amendment offers the cause of Occupy protesters, Romney openly saying that he has the best shot at beating Obama, and much more.

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Trunkline 2012: Saturday Political News in Review and the Cinema Politico Movie of the Week 10/29/11

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President Obam steps in it, Occupy WallStreet gives Mitt Romney a hand, Perry’ s ethanol problems, Cain campaign chatter picks up, Rick Santorum gets areound, Republicans deliver their weekly radio address, and White House 2012 gives you a peek at the Sunday morning talk shows and offers you a free ticket to this week’s Cinema Politico Saturday Night at the movies feature film.

  1. Fox News Sunday: Texas Governor Rick Perry is the headliner
  2. ABC’s This Week: Guests include Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas),  Austan Goolsbee, the former chairman of President Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates,
  3. CNN’s State of the Union: Texas Congressman Ron  Paul and the President Obama’s chief campaign strategist, David Axelrod.
  4. CBS’s Face the Nation: Herman Cain
  5. NBC’s Meet the Press: White House senior adviser and ormer 2008 Obama campaign manager David Plouffe,
  6. Bloomberg TV’s Political Capital: Republican National  Committee Chairman Reince Priebus.
  7. C-SPAN’s Newsmakers: Federal Housing Finance Agencyt acting director, Edward DeMarco, will be interviewed by the Wall  Street Journal’s Nick Timiraos.

Described as shocking and informative, SPLIT: A DIVIDED AMERICA takes a behind the scenes look at the partisanship dominating our politics. Balancing candid discussions with citizens coast to coast and commentary from some of the sharpest minds analyzing government and society today, it’s a cross-country investigation of democracy in America.    The film is from IndieFlix Studios and offers  a relativley surprising unbiased analysis that, while politically naive, is interested and worthy of a political junkies time.        

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You will be rquired to register with Hulu.com to view the movie for free. But registration is simple, quick and free.

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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News – 10/28/11

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Occupy protesters take a step towards defeating Democrats in 2012, more Republican candidates run for president in  New Hampshire than ever before, TEA Party group wants Bachmann out,Coulter sees Romney easily beating Obama,  Romney sits in hot Global Warming water and Huntsman throws him an anchor, Democrats claim GOP likes Cain because he’s a Negro who knows his place, and Rick Perry starts to reiforce his flat tax and economic reform message.  All that and more are among some of the campaign trail tidbits you will in this Friday’s Trunkline 2012.

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Trunlkine 2012: Pop-Up Politics from the Campaign Trail– 10/27/11

Bookmark and Share  Flow charts dominate Trunkline 2012 while Janet Napolitano gives our enemies a pass, conservatives plead for help to survive Joe Bidenism, Rick santorum tries deliver a tear to oue eyes and a upper cut to Herman Cain, Republican hopefuls brace for Iowa Poll results, TEA Party group takes advantage of civic minded voters, Lanny Davis bets Obama beats Romney, Romney invests heavily in digital media, CNN consducts push polls for Romney, while Gary Johnson (who?) and Buddy Roemer (who?) call out Rick Perry on his excuses for ducking debates,.  That’s the dust that gets kicked up on today’s campaign trail in Trunkline 2012.

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Wednesday’s Wit and Words from the Campaign Trail, 10/26/11

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New Fox News poll places Cain on top, King Barack makes his school loan bailout official, Perry picks up prominent endorsement, will skip debates, and plays politics with Confederate history, Herman Cain shows strength in individual states, Newt begins to see more money come his way, Acorn is back, and a discussion of how well Mitt Romney can ultimately go over with the TEA movement.  That’s some of what comes out of the campaign trail today.

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Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 10/25/11

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Perry puts proposal on the table, Reince Priebus penalizes pushy states, Newt builds a firewall in South Carolina, Mitt gets flack for flipping before he flops on Ohio’s SB2, Barry beats Herman, Joe wants to investigate why reporters ask him questions and Fred Karger wonders about Marcus Bachmann………….all that and more in today’s tales from  the campaigen trail.

Gay Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger, recently passed on a message to White House 2012 that dealt with a White House 2012 post that had a little fun with Karger’s recent “UnDesicion 2012” interview on Comedy Central which ended with a casual reference to Michele Bachmann’s husband Marcus being gay. It came with the following pic and a note that read;

“Marcus and me form the Iowa Straw Poll. he gets you in a bear hug when posing for the pic……..”

When inititally writing the commentary on Karger’s Comdey Central interview, I mistook the program’s host reference to Michele’s husband to mean Michelle Obama. So I thought Fred Karger’s comment “he seems gay to me” referred to President Obama. That would have been a better story. But the he was talking about Marcus Bachmann, who by the way is White House 2012’s biggest loser of the 2012 presidential campaign so far.

Like her, love her, or hate her, you know that living with and being Michele Bachmann’s husband ain’t easy. But now the poor guy’s wife runs for President and what does he get for it? He gets a big closet with his name on it that the whole nation suspects he lives in. At least Marcus can be content with the fact that when it is all over, he won’t have to put up with jokes about him being the First “Lady” if his wife was elected President. That doesn’t seem likely to happen any time soon.

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Trunkline 2012: Monday Mentions from The Republican Presidential Race – 10/24/11

Bookmark and ShareRomney makes it official, Huntsman whines about it, Bachmann hemorrhaging staff, Perry finally starts getting a decent staff, Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich play Lincoln and Douglas, Santorum invites himself, Allen West discusses the Campaigner-in-Chief, and Occupy protesters show how disgunting they really are.  That’s some of what the news from the campaign trail leaves people talking.

Obnoxious, slovenly, intimidating, provacative, stupid, senseless, irritating, dopey, useless —— these are some of the words that describe the Occupy protesters that are comparing their attempts to deliver mixed messages and a socialist agenda, the TEA movements actions. See the video below and judge for yourself.

They need some sense before they can even begin a dime’s worth of a legitimate conversation.  Sick bastards!

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Trunkline 2012: Wednesday’s Wit and Words from the Campaign Trail, 10/19/11

Bookmark and SharePerry prepares to call for a flat tax while conservatives look down on him, Herman Cain fans launch questionable endless spending super PAC, New Hampshire pushes Nevada, Romney and Cain slug it out in the South, Newt Gingrich writes about death by Bureaucracy, Communists endorse Occupy Wall. Street protests, and Michelle Malkin talks about Harry Reid and President Obama’s uselessness.  That’s just some of what is in todays, news from the campaign trail in Trunkline 2012

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Trunkline 2012: Saturday Political News in Review and Cinema Politico Movie of the Week 10/15/11

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This film tells the unbelievable story of the Weathermen. The group of 1970’s radicals, fueled by outrage over the Vietnam War and racism in America, went underground throughout much of the decade to wage a grassroots war against the government.  Who knew that four decades later, some of the anti-American, domestic terrorists featured in this film would be supporters and friends of an American President.   Watch this intense documentary and learn all about Bill Ayers, the Chicago radical who held fundraisers in his home with and for President Obama.

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Trunkline 2012: Friday’s Campaign Trail News – 10/14/11

Romney, raises more moolah than expected, conservative think about how to stop Romney, Pawlenty wants a refund from the South Carolina primary conmtest he won’t be in, Perry tries get his footing with an energy based jobs plan that Michele Bachmann takes credit for, President Obama uses bailout money in his reelection, MSNBC host calls for violence in order to give the Occupy Wall Street protests some momentum, and more, is all a part of today’s news form the campaign trail.Bookmark and Share

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Trunkline 2012: Thursday’s News from the Race for the White House – 10/13/11

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Trunkline 2012: Wednesday’s Wit and Words from the Campaign Trail, 10/12/11

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