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First Cup 12.05.11

1st CupThe First Cup is a (sort of) daily post pointing you to some of the best posts from around the right side of the blogosphere. If you have a post that you would like considered for the First Cup, send the link to lakelandjim at gmail dot com.

Happy Monday! Here’s what’s happening around the conservative blogosphere.

So, you want a comprehensive look at where things stand in the polls. Over at Ace’s read CAC’s Poll Dump (Updated Every Sunday Through Election Day 2012)

Wyatt thinks he’s Indiana Jones

At Hot Air Jazz Shaw asks, Where to now for Cain’s supporters?

Go on over to Mike’s America to see the NRSCC video comparing Obama and Carter.

Finally, go ahead and vote in the bRight & Early 2012 Presidential Primary Poll #14 – The poll is over in the sidebar.

bRight & Early 2012 Presidential Primary Poll #14

Not only have we started another month, but we are now looking at one less candidate. With Herman Cain suspending his campaign yesterday, the field is narrower and the “Cainiacs” have to find someone else to support. Who benefits from this change. I imagine the poll itself will give us part of the answer. If any Cain supporters want to tell us who they’re supporting now they can do so in the comments.

This poll gives you the following choices: Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and “All The Rest”. If you pick “All The Rest” feel free to name your choice here in the comments. You can also let me know if you think I should include other candidates.

Welcome to December everyone. Iowa is only four weeks away.

One Day More

One day more to vote in the bRight & Early 2012 Presidential Primary Poll #10. The poll is located in the sidebar, below the book ads. This week you can vote for Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, John Huntsman, Jr., Gary E. Johnson, Fred Karger, Thad McCotter, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Buddy Roemer, Mitt Romney, or Rick Santorum.

To keep you entertained while you vote, here is the cast from the 25th Anniversary concert of Les Miserable singing One Day More.

2012 Presidential Primary Poll #9

Poll #8 is closed with the following results:

  • Michele Bachmann — 50%
  • Herman Cain — 50%

That was it. Everyone else got the big goose egg. Of course this was the lowest number of total votes in a week since we started as well.

No one joined the field this week.

This week you can choose between Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, John Huntsman, Jr., Gary E. Johnson, Fred Karger, Thad McCotter, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and the three other options, A Perennial Candidate, An Undeclared Candidate, and Someone who said “No”. The name(s) in Bold are new this week. If you pick one of the three generic options feel free to name your choice here in the comments.

Tell your friends, spread the word. Thanks!

2012 Presidential Primary Poll #3

The 2012 Presidential Primary Poll #2 is over. Here are the results:

  • An Undeclared Candidate — 40%
  • Hermain Cain — 20%
  • Ron Paul — 20%
  • Tim Pawlenty — 20%
  • Newt Ginrich, Gary E. Johnson, Fred Karger, A Perennial Candidate,and Someone who said “No” — 0%

For week #3 we will be adding Mitt Romney into the field of declared candidates. This week you can choose between Herman Cain, Newt Ginrich, Gary E. Johnson, Fred Karger, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, and the three other options, A Perennial Candidate, An Undeclared Candidate, and Someone who said “No”. The names in Bold are new this week. If you pick one of the three generic options feel free to name your choice here in the comments.

Once again, results, and a new poll, will be posted next Sunday.

If you can…

2012 Presidential Primary Poll #2

The 2012 Presidential Primary Poll #1 is over. Here are the results.

  • Ron Paul — 40%
  • An Undeclared Candidate — 30%
  • Hermain Cain — 20%
  • Newt Ginrich, Gary E. Johnson, Fred Karger, and Someone who said “No” — 0%

For week #2 the field of declared candidates has increased quite a bit. This week you can choose between Hermain Cain, Newt Ginrich, Gary E. Johnson, Fred Karger, Roy Moore, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Buddy Roemer, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and the three other options, A Perenial Candidate, An Undeclared Candidate, and Someone who said “No”. The names in Bold are new this week. If you pick one of the three generic options feel free to name your choice here in the comments.

Once again, results, and a new poll, will be posted next Sunday.

UPDATE: I realised that four of the candidates, Moore, Roemer, Romney, and Santorum, have still only formed exploratory committees. They have been removed from the poll options, but can still be selected as an Undeclared Candidate.

If you can…

New Poll – How will conservatives do in the mid-term elections?

I have a new poll in the sidebar to the right. The question is: How will conservatives do in the 2010 Mid-terms? Vote, and add your comments here on this post.

2010 is here and, whatever your thoughts on the eventual outcome, it’s time for conservatives to get to work. And to discuss things about the mid-terms and conservativism in general go join the group at The Regiment.