Bipartisan weekend reading

Just for something new concerning 2008, here’s some short weekend reading.

Political Buzz has a write-up about a new poll concerning democratic presidential contenders. Clinton is the winner, followed by Obama and a near tie for 3rd. There’s some good analysis of it as well, I suggest informing yourself.

According to Political Buzz:

What do all these numbers mean? That it’s only a two-way race for the Dems.

On the other side of the aisle, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney said he’ll be making a “decision sometime after the holidays.”

According to CNN (so who knows):

BOSTON, Massachusetts (AP) — Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, a potential 2008 presidential candidate, said Friday he’s bringing his top financial advisers to Massachusetts this weekend to thank them for helping him raise money.

Romney would be a strong contender despite his lack of name recognition. He would easily court conservatives, unlike McCain or Giuliani, which could be helpful in caucuses and primaries.

  • Founder

    Its bad enough that the Republicans abandonded their base. To continue to fly like moths toward the flame of denial when every conservative is screaming at them why they lost support is becoming the straw that broke the camels back.

    The Republicans still don’t get it. They have abandonded the conservative cause. It seems the only alternative is for conservatives to band together under a new flag. A third party may be viable when enough conservatives lend their effort to it.

    I have created a Wiki to discuss and plan for this. What would the platform look like? Who would potential candidates be?

    I invite all conservatives to contribute by going to http://ur.wiki.com/Home and join us in discussion. Contribute your ideas for what you would like to see as a viable alternative to the “still lost in the dark” Republican Party.

    As people who are to proclaim liberty throughout the land we can lead this and find ourselves in compliance with the second great commandment of loving our neighbor as ourselves by preserving life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

    I see no profit in trying to revive a party which is as dead and rotting as a tree that has fallen in the forest.