Obama Forgets About Romney’s Etch-A-Sketch

Obama Forgets About Romney’s Etch-A-Sketch

Posted by in Politics on 13. Oct, 2012 | No Comments Yet

In the first debate between Romney and Obama, Romney walked out with a historic win. Obama was underprepared and unfocused. But I want to explore another factor that hurt him deeply: he forgot about Romney’s Etch-A-Sketch.

So What If Romney’s Politics Aren’t Based on Principles?

So What If Romney’s Politics Aren’t Based on Principles?

Posted by in Politics on 26. Mar, 2012 | No Comments Yet

Ever since Mitt Romney declared his intentions to become the Republican nominee for president in 2008, one of the chief criticisms directed at him has been that he isn’t ideologically pure enough, that he isn’t a “true” conservative, or that he’s changed positions on key issues too many times. In other words, he’s weak on Republican principles. But is that necessarily a bad thing?

Romney and Huntsman Get Science

Romney and Huntsman Get Science

Posted by in Politics, Science on 07. Jun, 2011 | No Comments Yet

I ran across some encouraging news today: presidential candidate Mitt Romney and likely presidential candidate Jon Huntsman both accept the science on global warming.

Defending Jon Huntman’s “Heresy”

Defending Jon Huntman’s “Heresy”

Posted by in Politics, Religion on 13. May, 2011 | 2 Comments

So I’m seeing potential 2012 presidential candidate Jon Huntsman take a lot of heat lately about his particular religious views. You might at first think I meant to say Mitt Romney, and that I meant 2008. Nope. In fact, that’s the ironic thing about it: many of the same people I see now assailing Huntsman for his religion were the same ones crying foul when Romney took heat in 2008 for his religion.