Monday, January 14, 2008

Primary Schedule:  Thu 1/3 Iowa (Huckabee), Sat 1/5 Wyoming (Romney), Tue 1/8 New Hampshire (McCain), AND Tue 1/15 Michigan, Sat 1/19 Nevada-South Carolina, Tue 1/29 Florida, Fri 2/1 Maine, Super Tuesday 2/5 California and 19 other states. (* Since 1980, no Republican has won the nomination without winning South Carolina.)
Today's RCP National Average:  McCain 30.2%, Huckabee 19.6% , Rudy 13.4% , Mitt 13.3%, Fred 8.6%, Ron 3.8%.
Today's RCP Michigan:  Mitt 27%, McCain 26.3%, Huckabee 15.9%, Ron 6.6%, Rudy 5.7%, and Fred 5.4%
Today's RCP South Carolina:  Huckabee 26.5%, McCain 22.8%, Mitt 16.8%, Fred 10.3%, Rudy 6.8%, and Ron 5%
Today's RCP Florida:  McCain 21.8%, Rudy 20.3%, Huckabee 18%, Mitt 16.8%, Fred 8.5%, and Ron 5%.
Voter Registration:  To vote in the February 5 Presidential Primary you must register by January 22, 2008.  To vote in the June 3 Direct Primary you must be registered by May 19, 2008.  To vote November 4 in the General Election, you must register by October 20, 2008.
400-408Here's why there's opposition to McCain.
McCain-Feingold, his campaign finance reform is an assault on political speech.
McCain-Kennedy, his illegal immigration plan is an amnesty program.
McCain-Lieberman, his participation in global warming alarmism is an attack on American industry.
McCain-Lieberman-Edwards, his patient's bill of rights is a boon to trial lawyers and an attack on medical businesses.
His leadership of the Gang of 14 stopped confirmation votes of conservative judicial nominees, as he joined with Democrats to stop a filibuster rule change.
McCain wants to close Guantanamo, opposes rough interrogations, and wants to give al-Qaeda access to our Courts
McCain supports amnesty for illegal aliens, was behind the Gang of 14, is a gun grabber, opposed the Bush tax cuts, ran roughshod over the Constitution with McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform, opposes a Constitutional amendment to protect marriage, was rumored to be considering switching parties multiple times, talked with John Kerry about being his Vice-President, lines up with the global warming alarmists, wants to close Gitmo, wants to coddle captured terrorists -- you can go on and on with this.  In essence, John McCain is hawkish, he's fiscally conservative, he has a solid pro-life voting record that is at odds with his previously stated opposition to overturning Roe v. Wade ("I would not support repeal of Roe v. Wade." --John McCain, 1999) -- and on everything else, he's a Democrat.
McCain supports embryonic stem cell research.
McCain opposes a Protection of Marriage Amendment and was one of just six Republicans to vote against the FMA.
McCain opposed drilling in ANWR.
McCain opposed the Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003, and voted against repeal of the death tax.
428-437Who are you looking at and why?  Not, "who do you think is going to win."  What more do you want to know before you cast your primary vote on February 5th?
458-508Harry Jackson, (, is senior pastor of the 3,000-member Hope Christian Church in Washington, D.C., founder-chairman of the High Impact Leadership Coalition, and author of The Black Contract With America, on the role of the race card in the fight between Obama and Hillary.
512-523Harry Jackson
528-539Scott Hodge, president of the Tax Foundation (, with his economic forecast.
544-554Scott Hodge,
558-608State Senator Tom McClintock (R-19th on the Governor's plan to release 20,000 dangerous felons, cut funds for education and close California beaches.  The California primary 2/5.
• Tom McClintock, (1/10), The Washington Monument Strategy.
608 – [1:30] The Money Guys Robert Micone/Bill O'Connor at Applied Financial, 866-SEEK-COUNSEL.  Tomorrow night, 5:35pm, "What the Rich Do Differently," at the Glendale Hilton, Brand and the 134.  Light dinner and parking included.
612-623What do you think of a church that passes out shot glasses in bars marked with the slogan "Give us a shot!  Real Church for real people"?  Good idea or bad idea?
• Dick Morris and Eileen McGann, Man To Beat: McCain's Cross-Party Appeal.
• David Paul Kuhn, McCain vs. Huck: A S.C. civil war.
• Robert Novak, Not Tax Straight Talk.
• Christopher C. Horne, The Gore-publicans.