John Sauer's Blog – January 2012 Archive (3)

Rebirth or Abortion

    I haven't been watching much tv in the last couple of years. I lost interest when I discovered the internet gave me a better feel for what is really going on than listening to CNN and the others. CNN really took off with its coverage of the first Gulf War. It was a major blow to my confidence in tv journalism when I compared the RNC coverage by CNN (lack of coverage) and C-SPAN (live coverage) in the 2000 election. Lately, FOX has been hiring more liberals than I want to devote my time…

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Added by John Sauer on January 7, 2012 at 2:06pm — 2 Comments

Rick Santorum is Attacked on FB

And so it begins

The "anonymous” progressive tipsters are offering their "information" again. This time their target is Rick Santorum. Actually, his wife. The info is that Karen had an abortion and it is released only on FB. This move applies Saul Alinsky Rule for Power Tactic: #4 Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules. If this gets traction on FB it will probably be publicized by the msm…

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Added by John Sauer on January 6, 2012 at 12:58pm — 3 Comments

Results of the Iowa Caucus

            As of yesterday Mitt Romney won the Iowa Caucus by 8 votes with Rick Santorum coming in second and Ron Paul third at 3,788 votes less than Rick. Michelle Bachmann dropped out after rating 6th place in the caucus. Romney held steady at the 25% he had since February, no more, no less. 75% of the electors were scattered among the other 6 candidates.

             Rick Santorum and Michelle Bachmann were the most conservative of the Republican candidates going into the caucus…

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Added by John Sauer on January 4, 2012 at 10:31pm — No Comments

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Collecting for our Bahamian Neighbors

Good morning!

We spent last week wondering if we would be hit by Hurricane Dorian.  Thankfully we were spared.  However, the Bahamas were not so lucky.  I am sure you have seen the devastation there.

My daughter has a friend (a nurse) who is arranging multiple trips to the area and will be collecting supplies to take to those areas.  If you would like to help, we will collect things at…

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