Persuade this Uncommitted Voter

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If you’re like me, you already know the candidate for whom you will vote.  You also want to do what’s reasonably within your power to help place (or keep) the right man behind the Resolute desk — but you don’t have a whole lot of interaction with uncommitted voters. Well, here’s your chance. A friend [Read More...]

Dalrymple’s Rules of Debate Interpretation

"I hope you brought an extra pair of that special underwear, Willard."  "I'll crush you with my mind, Barry, until you cry for mercy from Allah."

Here for your enjoyment are Dalrymple’s Rules of Debate Interpretation. 1.  Television pundits, in the immediate aftermath of the debate, are the worst possible guides to understanding the debate and how it will shape the electoral landscape.  It’s just another spin room, except the allegiances and antipathies, the man-crushes and job tryouts are concealed. 2. [Read More...]

America Meets Reverend Romney

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In a post entitled “Three Course Corrections: An Open Letter to Mitt Romney,” I wrote back in January that Romney should not be afraid to “let his faith flag fly.”  I took some heat from some of my friends for criticizing the campaign openly, but my intention was to be constructive, so I forwarded the [Read More...]

Why Barack Obama’s Debate Performance is Irrelevant

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It was unsurprising that President Obama performed better on Long Island than he did in Denver.  If there is one thing his friends and foes agree upon when it comes to the character of Barack Obama, it’s that he’s intensely competitive.  According to reports, Obama did not know how poorly he had performed in Denver. [Read More...]

News Flash: Atheists Hate Romney

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The Secular Coalition of America has released its candidate scorecard for 2012 and, to the absolute astonishment of absolutely nobody, Romney receives a failing grade. [Read more...]


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