William A. Jacobson Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 8:20pmPosted by
Some links I’ve been collecting:
- You’ll get yours, my Ricky, and your little campaign too.
- Battle of the GOP blondes.
- Obama helps create jobs about as well as he golfs, although he tries harder at golf.
- Smearing Newt as racist. But of course. [link fixed]
- Conservative is what Ann Coulter says it is, you bombastic toothless Tea Party dumb asses.
- GOP insiders preparing for Obama win, which of course is why they’re behind Romney.
- Of course, Richard Lugar is a farmer.
- Bubble boy? CBS thinks so.
- Soulless boy? NYT thinks so.
- Faceless boy? Frank Rich thinks so.
- Can Newt make it to Super Tuesday? The pressure is on, from every direction.
- Why does Byron York hate capitalism?
- with friends like these:
- Post Defeat Planners (2008). “Former Mitt Romney presidential campaign staffers, some of whom are currently working for Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin’s bid for the White House, have been involved in spreading anti-Palin spin to reporters, seeking to diminish her standing after the election. “Sarah Palin is a lightweight, she won’t be the first, not even the third, person people will think of when it comes to 2012,” says one former Romney aide, now working for McCain-Palin. “The only serious candidate ready to challenge to lead the Republican Party is Mitt Romney. He’s in charge on November 5th.”
- Rick Santorum: Sarah Palin May Be Skipping CPAC Due To Lack Of ‘Financial Benefits’ (2011): “Former Pennsylvania Sen. and possible 2012 GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum provided a questionable analysis of Sarah Palin’s decisionnot to attend the annual Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend, saying that it might have something to do with the former vice-presidential candidate’s priorities being focused on engagements that promised more “financial benefit.”"I have a feeling that she has some demands on her time, and a lot of them have financial benefit attached to them,” Santorum, who will be at CPAC, told conservative commentator S.E. Cupp on a radio program Tuesday, according to Politico.