William MacCallum

Stories from William MacCallum

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

The Republican Primary is as volatile as ever. Candidates are rising to popularity and then quickly falling back to obscurity. The 2012 election is coming upon the voters quickly and yet there is still no decisive Republican candidate to match up against President Obama. If a candidate from the Republican party ever can distinguish himself/herself from the rest of the pack, he/she should stand a good chance against the mildly undesirable President Obama.
 

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

The 2012 Republican Primary has seen politicians come and go, each quickly rising to the top and then falling to obscurity. With the 2012 election only a year away, a lot is still unknown about the Republican contenders. So far the general public sees that the Republican slate is lackluster to say the least.With the majority of the population upset with the Obama administration, its looks as if the Republican party candidate, if one can ultimately be distinguished, will have a good chance of moving into the Oval office.

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Indecision 2012. That is how the upcoming election is being described. The Republican primary so far has been headlined with mediocre candidates, not fit to run this great country. Introduce dark horse Herman Cain, the Southern businessman, a shining hope out of this so far bleak collection of candidates.