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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

To: Friends & Supporters

From: Gary L. Bauer

2012 Update

  • A new CBS poll is making headlines today. According to the poll, Herman Cain is now tied with Mitt Romney in the race for the GOP nomination. Both men are at 17%. Rick Perry is in third place at 12%. No other candidate is in double digits.
  • Rick Perry is also making headlines today. According to various reports, Perry raised $17 million in less than 50 days for his presidential...
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Friday, September 23, 2011

Debate Reaction

I have learned over the years that when I offer my thoughts on GOP debates, folks tend to read between the lines and often think they can discern who I am supporting. So before I offer a few comments about last night’s debate, let me reiterate: I am not endorsing any candidate at this time. My goal is to make sure we nominate the most conservative candidate who has the best chance of ending the Obama nightmare.

Having said that, I think Governor...

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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Obama Feels The Heat On Israel

President Obama spoke to the U.N. General Assembly yesterday. The speech was a “yawner,” significant for what he did not say rather than what he said. There was a lot of rhetoric about how bad poverty and nuclear weapons are. (I doubt Iran’s Ahmadinejad will be moved to end his nuclear weapons program.) Applause was polite, but nothing more. Obama’s habit of apologizing for America during his first three years in office has...

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

2012 Update

  1. USA Today reports that Americans are down on the economy and increasingly down on Obama. According to the article, 80% of Americans believe the economy is currently in a recession. Moreover, 60% believe that conditions will be either no better than they are now or worse in a year’s time.

    What does this mean for President Obama? According to USA Today, “For the first time since he took office, a majority of Americans —...

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Obama’s Politics Of Division

Obama’s approval ratings are falling. His economic policies are failing. Liberals are furious and contemplating a primary challenge. Against this backdrop, Obama did what he often does — he resorted to attempting to distract and divide Americans by blaming our problems on the rich and suggesting that they aren’t paying their fair share.

Obama and his media allies are intent on making this election about punishing the...

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Monday, September 19, 2011

Obama Can’t Get Enough Tax

Insatiable Obama was at it again this morning! He marched to the microphones in the White House Rose Garden and announced yet another tax on the prosperous. Beyond the seriously disingenuous rhetoric (such as the notion that there is a special, lower tax rate for the wealthy), Obama is demonstrating that he has no ideas that don’t include crass class warfare and tax hikes.

For example, the president’s signature legislative...

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Friday, September 16, 2011

The Great Debate

Yesterday House Speaker John Boehner delivered an address before the Economic Club of Washington. In his remarks, Speaker Boehner reiterated the conservative view that the joint committee on deficit reduction should meet its goals by cutting spending and not by raising taxes. Here is an excerpt of Boehner’s remarks:

“Tax increases… are not a viable option for the Joint Committee. It’s a very simple equation.  Tax...

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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Democrat Disconnect

President Obama is stumping in key states pushing his American Jobs Act. At every stop, he lashes out at Republicans for refusing to pass his latest tax-hiking, big spending stimulus bill.

In Ohio earlier this week, Obama asked, “What on Earth are we waiting for?” In North Carolina yesterday, Obama suggested the poor economy was equivalent to a “national emergency” and urged his audience, “If you love me, you got to help me...

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

THIS JUST IN: President Obama continued campaigning for quick passage of his jobs bill today. In North Carolina, Obama mocked House Republicans for not wanting to give him a “victory.” But today Senate Democrats on Capitol Hill publicly broke ranks with the White House. Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) called Obama’s proposed tax increases “Terrible.” Senators Mary Landrieu (D-LA) and Tom Carper (D-DE) also expressed reservations about the bill. I will...

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Obama Wants To Save A Job — His!

President Obama is hitting the campaign trail, going to the critical swing state of Ohio to sell his American Jobs Act. But a truth in labeling law would require the Administration to call the bill “Obama’s Job Act.” It has nothing to do with creating new jobs and everything to do with helping Obama save his job!

After claiming for days that the nearly $500 billion proposal is fully paid for, we’ve learned that...

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