Articles Posted in the " election 2012 " Category


  • The Six Reasons Why Romney Lost and Obama Won

    Cross-Posted from Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot So, you wanna know the “why” of it all, huh? Why or why did this happen? For what it’s worth, here are my top six reasons: 1) Needless GOP bloodshed. The long Republican primary battle was unecessarily contentious and no one epitomized the irrationality of this more than Rick Santorum who […]


  • This Isn’t Over. Not By a Long Shot!

    Be of good cheer, Save Jerseyans. Yesterday’s Gallup Poll of registered voters shows Mitt Romney trailing Barack Obama by only 1-point (47% to 46%). Obama led John McCain by 4-points (49% to 45%) on that same date in 2008. And keep in mind… the Gallup Poll leans left (it predicted 13-point Obama victory in ’08 but […]


  • Kyrillos Crisscrosses New Jersey on Independence Day

    New Jersey was truly the “Crossroads of the American Revolution,” Save Jerseyans. State Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) seemed to cross plenty of roadways throughout the Garden State for yesterday’s Independence Day celebrations. He visited Fourth of July festivities held by six municipalities in four counties: Ridgewood (Bergen), Ridgewood (Bergen), Little Falls (Passaic), Clifton (Passaic), Cranford […]


  • Kyrillos Continues Statewide Summertime Jobs Tour

    Most New Jersey voters have yet to engage this year’s U.S. Senate contest, Save Jerseyans. All the more reason for the challenger, State Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth), to crisscross New Jersey and drum-up support. He was in Hoboken on Sunday touring the Garden Street Mew’s Farmers Market and Pier A at the Waterfront…


  • Mitt Romney is Better Off Without Sarah Palin’s Endorsement

    The media is out trying to a fake create controversy regarding Governor Mitt Romney and his march to the White House. It’s all based on the fact that Sarah Palin, the former half-term Governor of Alaska and Vice Presidential candidate, has yet to formally say the words, “I support Governor Mitt Romney for President,” verbatim. The […]


  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce & Influential Tea Party Back Jon Runyan in NJ-3

    Congratulations are in order for our friend U.S. Rep. Jon Runyan (R-NJ), who today earned the formal backing of America’s largest pro-business organization – the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “At no time in our nation’s history has it been more critical that Members of Congress provide leadership that protects and advances the interests of the […]


  • Name ID Wars: Kyrillos Says He’ll Get There; Menendez Blames Lack of Exposure?

    U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) recently sat down with NJ Today Managing Editor Mike Schneider to discuss his campaign. Of particular interest? The Republican’s fundraising ability (ample) and low name recognition (undeniable) were featured prominently in Schneider’s line of questioning; refusing to allow a negative inference to supplant a potentially positive one, Senator Kyrillos continued to assert that […]


  • Election 2012: The Perfect Tie Map

    Everyone knows that to become President of the United States a candidate needs to collect 270 electoral votes, this is the lowest majority you can have to take the White House. So what happens if no one gets there. Or worse, what happens if both candidates get exactly 269 electoral votes? And what is the […]


  • Unhinged Obamacrats Show Their True Colors

    Phil Collins has written a lot of great music, Save Jerseyans. I would, however, caution against substituting his lyrics for political advice. It may not end well. Consider the plight of President Obama’s increasingly unpopular government. His henchmen are showing their “true colors” to the America public and it isn’t pretty. Always good for a stupid comment, […]


  • Could a Rubio Veep Candidacy Help Kyrillos Win?

    Marco Rubio says he doesn’t want it, Save Jerseyans. His actions tell another story; for example, he was barnstorming with Mitt Romney yesterday in battleground Southeastern Pennsylvania ahead of tomorrow’s Keystone State primary. And what would a historic Romney-Rubio ticket mean for Election 2012? Most pundits wouldn’t say “nothing”  exactly, but perhaps something only marginally more […]



  • POLL ANALYSIS: Romney May Not Be Inevitable But Yes, He Is Very Competitive!

    If you chose to internalize the nightly news, Save Jerseyans, you’d be pretty “bearish” on Mitt Romney’s campaign. No one likes him according to the pundits! Women, hispanics, female hispanics, martians, Marianists, female hispanic martian Marianists. Everyone! We’re already hearing talking heads (on both sides of the aisle) wonder aloud if Mitt can, in fact, triumph […]