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Tom Tancredo: Send Obama Back To Kenya

Former Congressman and Presidential candidate Tom Tancredo made quite the statement at a Tea Party even over the weekend: Waving signs and flags with slogans including, “It’s the Constitution, stupid” and “Vote them all out,” people gathered around a stage where keynote speaker Tom Tancredo, former Colorado congressman and 2008 candidate for the Republican presidential […]

We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby

NBC looks back at the 2008 campaign:

Tancredo Drops Out, Throws His 1% To Romney

by @ Thursday, December 20th, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Mitt Romney, Politics, Tom Tancredo

As expected, Tom Tancredo dropped out of the Presidential race today and threw his support to Mitt Romney: DES MOINES — After claiming credit for pushing the issue of illegal immigration to the forefront, Tom Tancredo dropped out of the race and threw his support to Mitt Romney here today. While noting that he doesn’t […]

Tom Tancredo To Drop Out Of Presidential Race

by @ Thursday, December 20th, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Tom Tancredo

Fox News is reporting that Tom Tancredo will drop out of the Republican Presidential race in a speech later today in Iowa: Republican presidential candidate Tom Tancredo plans to drop out of the race during an announcement Thursday afternoon in Des Moines, Iowa, GOP sources close to the campaign have told FOX News. Tancredo, who […]

Republican Des Moines Register Debate Round-Up And Reaction

This afternoon, the Republican candidates for President, including the quixotic and slightly odd Alan Keyes, met in Des Moines Iowa for their final debate before the January 3rd Iowa Caucuses. To say that this debate was anti-climactic is an understatement. The moderator, Carolyn Washburn, is the editor of the Des Moines Register and, quite honestly, […]

Republican CNN/YouTube Debate Roundup And Reaction

Well, that was a complete and total waste of about two hours of my life. Tonight, the Republican candidates for President (not including Alan Keyes, who’s campaign has somehow gotten my email address and decided to bombard me with daily updates) gathered in Florida for their version of 2008’s latest fad……..a bunch of inane debate […]

Tom Tancredo: Vote For Me Or Terrorists Will Blow Up Shopping Malls

by @ Monday, November 12th, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Tom Tancredo

It may well be the most cynical campaign ad since LBJ’s Daisy commercial back in 1964, and Tom Tancredo is trying to put it on television in Iowa: Despicable, sensationalistic, and stupid. If Tancredo thinks this is going to get him out the cellar, he’s kidding himself. And for those of you who don’t remember […]

Ron Paul At Yesterday’s Presidential Debate & Debate Round-Up

A 7 minute montage of Ron Paul’s answers at yesterday’s debate: I was able to watch the entire debate live yesterday, which was actually a first to me. On the whole, I wasn’t all that impressed with anyone. For one thing, CNBC/MSNBC billed the debate as one that would focus solely on the economy and […]

Mitt Romney Wins The Ames Straw Poll

Considering both the amount of money he spent, and the fact that two of his top competitors weren’t actively participating, it should come as no surprise that Mitt Romney basically cleaned up in the Ames straw poll yesterday: AMES, Iowa, Aug. 11 — With a convincing victory in the Republican straw poll here Saturday, former […]

Tom Tancredo Considers White House Run

by @ Wednesday, January 17th, 2007. Filed under 2008 Election, Politics, Tom Tancredo

Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo, who has built a reputation around his string positions on illegal immigration is apparently considering running for the White House in 2008: Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.), one of Congress’s most outspoken opponents of illegal immigration and guest-worker programs, said yesterday that he will take the first step toward a 2008 presidential […]

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