Mitt Romney had a substantial lead in the week to just behind the former Speaker of the House.
In the battle for the Republican U.S. presidential candidate to have the events on strike just before the area code.
It is time to make the predictions for tomorrow’s primary. All the factors are pointing toward a Gingrich victory tomorrow.
Tonight, we have the 478th Republican Presidential Debate in Charleston, SC, two days before the Republican Primary vote on Saturday. CNN has shown their bias against Republicans and Ron Paul. Here are some of the questions I expect.
I finally got to see Dr. Ron Paul speak at the College of Charleston this morning. I have decided to vote for him. In listening to his stump speech, I can give you the skinny as to why I support him. If you live in South Carolina, I encourage you to vote for him.
Fox News is having a debate for the South Carolina primary tomorrow night. Mitt Romney needs to be asked by Bret Baier whether he supports the NDAA or not.
The South Carolina Primary may decide the Republican nomination for the 2012 presidential race. The Republican Party may unite behind Mitt Romney, or it may implode under the weight of conservative division and infighting, rendering its candidate impotent against the waiting Obama juggernaut.
A recent poll shows that Ron Paul is surging after a three way tie in Iowa and a solid second in New Hampshire.
A concerned voter got to ask Mittens Romney whether he supports the NDAA, the indefinite detention of US citizens without trial, charges, jury, lawyer or habeus corpus. Romney is alleged to be the smartest Republican in the race. But he did not have an answer to the important question.
Last month, Congress and President Obama prematurely "celebrated" the 10 year anniversary of Guantanamo Bay by passing the criminal National Defense Authorization Act into law. This will Club Gitmo crowded with US Citizens that can be held without charges, trial or lawyer.