Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

Want More Votes? Just Listen…

Following the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Prayer Breakfast, I stayed for their private briefing with pollster Glen Bolger whose firm, Public Opinion Strategies, continues to be one of the best in the business. My father likes to use this saying, “Liars figure, figures don’t lie.” Meaning, there is truth in numbers. And the truth about […]

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The Hills Are Alive

America is poised to enter a very new stage of her history – she is about to choose, for the first time, between candidates for president from both major political parties who call the suburbs their home. No more will Americans be choosing between candidates who grew up poor on the hardscrabble streets of Crossroads, […]

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State of the Union

Wednesday afternoon I sat down in the recently renovated and undecorated customer lounge at Charlie Obaugh’s Buick/GMC dealership to read President Obama’s State of The Union address. This was necessitated by the fact that the twelve year blocked my attempt to do so on the way home from a basketball game the night previous. Rather […]

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Like I’m Not Even Kidding

Picking up one’s twelve year old daughter from school is like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re going to get. h/t Forrest Gump. And then she opens the door thus beginning the conversation – “My coach hates me…” “What’s for dinner?” “I need some deodorant, I totally reek…” Hi Sweetie. How […]

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Bachmann Overdrive

The political world has turned its attention to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann after her impressive Nashua debate performance and her announcement to run for President of the United States. Cold Fusion HQ has gone on the record in stating that she will not win the presidency as it thinks it is just not going to happen. […]

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Nashua Debate

It’s not that we have a deficit, we usually have had one, it’s that the deficit is 1.6 Trillion. It’s not that we have illegal immigrants, we always have, it’s that the numbers are close to 20 million. It’s not that we have debt, we always have, it’s that it is 14 Trillion. It’s not […]

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Road to 270

Last week, Cold Fusion headquarters was relocated to an undisclosed location in order to accelerate its plot to save the world from cultural annihilation brought to you by the people who just don’t have enough yet. Part of that journey included, thankfully, the tried and true competency of Southwest Airlines. Under promise, over deliver and […]

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Ghostbusters

If there’s something strange/In your neighborhood Who you gonna call? United States Navy SEAL Team Six! That’s who! I emailed a good friend of mine whose brother was one of the victims of the World Trade Center attack and asked how his family was doing after learning Usama bin Swimming with the Fishes. His reply […]

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Cold Fusion Mid-Term Answer Guide

As the world is captivated by the events in Japan and Libya, we are reminded of the fragility of life and the necessity of human freedom. We are able to live these moments in real time with live updates that suspend our minds with mouths agape. The danger we face in the constancy of human […]

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Cold Fusion Mid-Term Exam

1.The world’s richest man lives in A) the USA B) Russia C) Saudi Arabia D) Mexico E)Wherever he wants. 2.Approximately what percentage of the world’s Muslims live in the Middle East? A) 80 B) 20 C) 60 D) 40 E) not enough. 3.The worst news of the week was A) The Japanese Tsunami B) Wisconsin […]

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