Dear Anyone that cares about my insight of Election 2012,
Here is the insight:
Only Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are going to be in the debate on December 27th which will be moderated by Donald Trump. Fox News is going to interview Mitt Romney on their “Fox News Sunday” show by Chris Wallace on December 18th.
Former New Hampshire governor John Sununu suggested in a radio interview Friday that Newt Gingrich is “not stable,” saying on the “Scott Hennen Show” that the Republican presidential candidate is focused on himself and doesn’t think through the consequences of his actions.
Now, we have witnessed the second-to-last test for Republican presidential candidates to persuade voters in Iowa to vote for them from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Here are 7 things that voters in the early swing states should have noticed during Saturday’s debate:
1. There was only one mention of Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan during the debate since Herman Cain dropped out of the race. Michelle Bachmann mentioned the plan because of the fact that it was simple to comprehend and that people were excited about it.
2. Mitt Romney had a $10,000 unforced error because of Mitt failing to stop the narrative that his campaign was slipping and that Romney bet Rick Perry $10,000 that his book hadn’t been edited the way his rival claimed.
3. Newt Gingrich was the obvious piñata for the first 45 minutes of the 2 hour debate, but he got what he needed to get done.
4. Newt Gingrich is testing how far right a GOP candidate can go on the country of Israel. This was the one moment that was high risk, and potentially high reward, for Gingrich.
5. Rick Perry has some game left. The one question is that, is it too late to put together a comeback. Yes, probably but Perry is having his best debate performances since September.
6. The Jon Huntsman- Newt Gingrich has just gotten more interesting because there is strong reason to remain skeptical that Huntsman can still get New Hampshire.
7. Ron Paul gets his due but also gets some respect for changing their thinking about the Federal Reserve.