Monthly Archives: December 2010

… And the results are in…

Not sure if this has received a great deal of press in the UK, so I thought I’d flag the US census results. Although there’s obviously the odd shift in political support (some folks see Texas as a future swing … Continue reading

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MPs can be candid without being boastful

Just saw Iain Dale had flagged this blogpost by Nick Robinson regarding Vince Cable’s sacki… er, demotion. Here’s the part that I wanted to discuss: Here’s why that argument doesn’t convince me. Starting from today, politicians will be more wary … Continue reading

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Recommended reading…

Cracking piece by James Frayne over at Campaign War Room on crisis management. Do read.

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Oh Haley…

Haley Barbour appears to have sparked some controversy following his remarks in a Weekly Standard interview. First of all, I really like the guy. Is he electable as President of the United States? I dunno… he would be the first … Continue reading

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A Bolton Presidency

Another worthy read over at Campaign War Room regarding the prospect of a John Bolton Presidential bid. Frankly, I find this prospect horrifying. However, that’s not my point. James Frayne questions whether a Bolton bid would derail Sarah Palin’s candidacy, … Continue reading

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Obama and the GOP

Couple of interesting pieces I wanted to flag. Politico had a piece earlier this morning asking whether Obama was “vulnerable” in 2012 to a primary challenge. First of all, there’s no chance in hell that one of his fellow Democrats … Continue reading

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Student support falls after protests

Interesting poll that I saw over on Guido: According to a poll by Survation the student demonstrations have actually cost students support. The net change in support since the demonstrations has been negative, down 13% Given what I wrote earlier … Continue reading

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