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Tag Archives: Rick Perry
Don’t get me wrong: I think religious literacy, as in knowing the history and beliefs of various religions including one’s own, is important for every citizen. And in answer to the question of whether voters should consider candidates’ religious beliefs, I should have added that people need to understand what each of the candidates’ religious beliefs are so as to understand better how that individual might govern. Beyond that…well, read on and let me know what you think.
Arena Asks: Bill Keller, executive editor of The New York Times, writes that the religious beliefs of Republican presidential candidates should be a factor in voters’ decisions. Does Keller have a point? Or does this view, as conservative radiotalk show host Hugh Hewitt suggests, “stoke the fires of religious intolerance by turning this presidential campaign into the occasion for an inquisition into all of the Republicans’ religious beliefs?”
My Answer: I do not care what people believe. I care what they do…
Posted in Activism, Election Watch, Leadership, Media, No Excuses, Political Strategy, Politico Arena, Politics
Tagged American values, Bill Keller, conservative radiotalk, Gloria Feldt, Hugh Hewitt, Michelle Bachmann, political strategy, Politico Arena, presidential campaign, religious literacy, Republican presidential candidates, Rick Perry, Tea Party, The New York Times
When you have Kinky Friedman, shame on him, lauding Rick Perry’s charms, you must believe with perfect faith that the Politico Arena question of the day can only be answered one way. Read on please and tell me what your answer would have been.
Arena Asks: Doubts about Gov. Rick Perry’s intellect have hounded him since he was first elected as a Texas state legislator nearly three decades ago.While Texas loyalist reject the suggestion, Perry seems to almost welcome the low bar, even cracking on the campaign trail that there were few differences between he and former President George Bush. Does Perry’s attitude threaten to derail his presidential race if he continues to compare himself to Bush?
My Answer: Dumb like a fox…
Posted in Election Watch, No Excuses, Political Strategy, Politico Arena, Politics, Power
Tagged Al Gore, George W. Bush, Gloria Feldt, good 'ol boys, Kinky Friedman, political strategy, Politico Arena, presidential race, Rick Perry
It’s hard to believe the next presidential election is still almost 16 months away. If you were Michelle Bachmann’s advisor, what strategy would you propose she take to sustain her momentum and end up as the Republican standard bearer? (Ouch, I have a headache…)
Arena Asks: Michele Bachmann was named the winner of the Iowa straw poll tonight, taking 4,823 votes out of nearly 17,000 cast. Ron Paul was a close runner-up, taking 4,671 votes. In a distant third place was former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who took 2,293 votes after investing heavily in the event. What does this victory say about Bachmann’s future in the presidential race? And is this the end of the line for Tim Pawlenty?
My Answer: Pawlenty’s third place was actually better than his numbers would have predicted going in, so he’s lived to fight at least one more day. Cain, Santorum, Huntsman, and Gingrich can go home now…
Posted in Election Watch, Leadership, Political Strategy, Politico Arena, Politics, Women & Politics
Tagged Barack Obama, Gloria Feldt, Iowa straw poll, Michelle Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Politico Arena, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty