Articles Posted in the " Election 2012 " Category

  • Bursting Another Tom Moran Bubble

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It never ceases to amaze me, Save Jerseyans. The Newark Star-Ledger‘s notoriously thin-skinned editorial board chieftain, Tom Moran, continues to confound statisticians by being wrong about EVERYTHING. Without fail. Not even close to the mark! And doesn’t seem to give a damn. Moran hates everyone who doesn’t […]


  • Buyers’ Remorse

    Now Americans Say They Want Romney By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Get this: Mitt Romney would win the popular vote if a rematch of the 2012 election against President Obama were held today, a new CNN/ORC poll shows. According to the poll, if the 2012 election were held again today, Romney would receive 53% of the […]


  • Romney Defends Christie

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Rumors persist of post-2012 antagonism between the Christie Camp and Team Romney, Save Jerseyans, but the former Governor of Massachusetts hasn’t been anything but gracious in public towards his New Jersey counterpart. Mitt Romney defended Chris Christie from his Bridgegate critics in a Friday night interview with WashPo:


  • They’ll Do Anything to Win

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog None of this comes as a surprise, Save Jerseyans, but it’s still disheartening to see what’s become of this once great republic. You’ve probably heard that we finally have confirmation: the Obama Administration cooked unemployment numbers in the run-up to Election 2012. Welch, Trump and Santelli suddenly seem a little less […]


  • Claim: Christie’s Behavior “Bugged” Mitt

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Despite many visible signs of reconciliation over the past year, the authors of a new book DOUBLE DOWN: Game Change 2012 (due out Election Day, Nov. 5th) are alleging that tensions between the Romney campaign and Christie camp went much deeper than anyone initially suspected, Save Jerseyans. Check our this excerpt from […]


  • About-Face: Obama Embraces Bain

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Cory Booker (D-Twitter) was for Bain Capital-style venture capital firm before he was against them, Save Jerseyans. An apparent scolding from Barack Obama’s White House affected a change of heart. Good news, Mr. Part-Time Mayor! You can go back to embracing capitalism again. Why? Because after running ads attacking Mitt […]


  • Unconcerned By Voter Apathy

    Is Low Election Day Participation Really a Bad Thing? An Analytic Approach to Voter Turnout By Nicole Sanders | The Save Jersey Blog As a democracy we are privileged to have the ability to vote for those we want to represent us. There was a time when only white men who owned property could vote, then the Fifteenth (15th) Amendment […]


  • Unapologetically Articulate Conservatism

    2013 From 2012: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go By Christopher Canarelli | The Save Jersey Blog In my first piece for Save Jersey, I want to touch on where we are, as a party, and where we need to go to be successful in future elections, not only in New Jersey, but throughout the […]


  • Mitt Holds No Grudge

    Romney Tells Fox News He Doesn’t Blame Christie’s Obama Sandy Embrace for Election Loss By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The debate over Chris Christie’s “embrace” of President Obama in the final days of Election 2012 continues preoccupy many base Republicans in their discussions of Election 2016. Everyone seems to have a strong opinion. You undoubtedly have […]


  • Mitt’s Jeep “Lie” Wasn’t

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog As it turns out, the popular political site PolitiFact’s “Lie of the Year” for 2012 wasn’t a lie after all, Save Jerseyans. Too bad we can’t get a do-over based on their bad information. You may recall that PolitiFact’s “fact check” determined that Mitt Romney’s infamous Jeep TV Ad was misleading for […]


  • May Nothing You Dismay

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog God rest ye, fellow Republicans… May nothing you dismay! Mitt Romney may not be president, but we’ll live to fight another day. That’s the liberal Boston Globe‘s unspoken conclusion at the end of the newspaper’s epic, must-read Sunday postmortem of the Romney campaign: Exit polls told a stunning story. The […]


  • Obama and Romney’s Chili Summit (PHOTO)

    The White House has released a photograph of the much-hyped Thursday lunch meeting between President Barack Obama and his vanquished Republican challenger, Mitt Romney. Their rare one-on-one meeting was closed to the press corps. Reportedly, they shared bowls of turkey chili before sitting down for a private Oval Office chat. No word as to what they […]


  • Negotiables and Non-Negotiables

    With each passing day, yet another political analyst weighs in on what is wrong with the Republican Party, why it lost the presidential election and failed to take over the Senate, and what it needs to do to win in the future. The pundits seem to fall into one of two camps. There are those […]