This video is great: Rachel Maddow gives a good explanation of how caucuses work and how the delegates for the specific candidates have not been set in stone and chosen yet, because the delegation process after the voting is the more important part. Worth watching and understanding, even if you aren’t a Ron Paul supporter.
In 2007, this blogger made a video question for the CNN YouTube Republican Debates for Ron Paul, and it was based on the work of Alan Bernstein of the Houston Chronicle, where he wrote: Texas congressional candidate Ron Paul’s 1992 political newsletter highlighted portrayals of blacks as inclined toward crime and lacking sense about top […]
Ron Paul has always been set a part from all the other Republicans running for President, because he is so much different in his views than the others who stood on the stage with him. His libertarian beliefs made him stronger, but now there is someone who has entered the race that people are pinning […]
CNN hosted the Tea Party Republican Debate last night in Tampa, Florida. The eight presidential nominees were there, but the spotlight was really on Rick Perry and Mitt Romney – the two bickered back and forth a lot within the debate and watching it was amusing. CNN opened the show by giving each person a […]
Anyone who voted for Bachmann at the straw polls was able to enjoy music from Randy Travis, Grammy winning country singer. Bachmann spent lots of money getting him out there and made it so if people wanted to watch the singer perform they had to vote for Bachmann in the straw poll. What a way […]