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Final Thoughts on the 2012 Presidential Election

The relentless campaigning is almost over. The negative ads are about to peter out and the aftertaste will eventually disappear. Sometime in the next few weeks we’ll find out who our next president is – probably. It could take until … Continue reading

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In Defense of the Undecided Voter

Everyone from Leno to the local newspaper has made fun of the undecided voter.  They are uninformed, holding out for a better offer, dazed and confused (“Who’s running?”), they are those people who shouldn’t go to Starbucks because there are … Continue reading

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Final Evaluation – Election 2012: The end of an “undecided’s” path

This blog began as a personal, fun project to help me lay out my thoughts on the 2012 presidential campaign.  It turned into a lot of research and an understanding that no matter how much time you have on your … Continue reading

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Final presidential debate – Hooray, it’s almost over!

I missed a couple days of opportune time to review the candidates late season messaging. I am especially disappointed to have missed their final pandering – oops, I meant “debate” – to undecided and persuadable voters. But, I had an … Continue reading

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Romney VMI Foreign Policy Speech

Mitt Romney gave a major foreign policy speech on Monday.  Foreign policy affects our safety and security, the deficit, the structure of the federal budget, our defense policy and ultimately even the environment.  It’s how we attain and maintain influence in the … Continue reading

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Did the presidential candidates answer my questions? Part 1- Romney

Well, that was interesting!  The presidential debate offered a few insights on my questions.  This post was getting a little lengthy so I am doing it in two parts.  Today, I’ll look at the challenger’s answers and tomorrow, the president’s. … Continue reading

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