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Romney on Foreign Policy

October 8, 2012

Giving a major foreign policy speech at the Virginia Military Institute today, Mitt Romney took it to President Obama, saying amongst other things that “Hope is not a strategy” while calling Obama out on the 9/11 Libya attack and Obama’s foreign policy drift. Predictably, the Obamabots in the MSM immediately panned it, calling it vague.  [...]

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Obama’s Debate Bounce

September 30, 2008

We could follow hastily concocted debate-night tracking polls or even overanalyze focus groups with minuscule sample sizes; or we could take a look at today’s tracking polls to see where John McCain and Barack Obama stand today relative to where they did before. Today is the day to do this because today is the first [...]

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McCain’s Debate Win

September 27, 2008

Focus groups are a double edged sword. On the one hand, focus groups are more useful than properly-conducted polls because they allow us to explore the reasons behind people’s thoughts in greater depth than a properly-conducted poll does. On the flip side, the small sample size one gets in a focus groups makes them highly [...]

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McCain Suspends Campaign

September 24, 2008

John McCain suspended his campaign this afternoon in order to return to Washington to help foster a “solution” to the current economic crisis.  The Paulson deal is near-dead, as according to Drudge, only four Republican congressmen support the plan.  He has asked for the Presidential debate scheduled for Friday to be postponed while he, Obama, [...]

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