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The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. The Republican Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Democratic Party. 5.0/5

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That cloud is hanging over the Republican Party. It just seems to be localized at the White House...and Congress.
…of the White House. The Republican Party becomes a laughingstock and is that much closer to falling apart. Then Hillary wins.
Colin Powell = Beast. If the Republican Party really wanted to win back the White House, they would find a way to...
quit while you're ahead! You have already screwed up the Republican Party and handed Clinton the White House. Thanks
secures Republican Party nomination for White House
...Trump heads the Republican Party... so Clinton can make it to the White House.
It has to be Unity in the Republican Party if we are united we are going to win this election majority in the Senate and the White House
If Trump loses Georgia,he's lost the White House. If he loses Texas, the Republican Party is over.
"Republican Party must be united to take back the White House." - RNC still clueless as to how badly they're screwed
Unless we control immigration, Republican Party will become party in decline - just as it is in California. Will not win White House again.
Unless the Republican Party gets serious and unites behind get used to saying "Madam President" with HRC in the White House.
trump is a total loser. Bringing down the entire Republican Party. Get going trump, it is going to put Hilliary in the White House
What if we just keep for another term! Clowns like the one on the Republican Party belong in circus not the White House!!
Donald Trump's 'Mexican rapists' rhetoric will keep the Republican Party out of the White House
because what the US needs is a Canadian in our White House. Well done Republican Party. SCOTUS? those positions are for life.
Mr Obama's speech included plans to build a competitive economy by improving America's infrastructure and providing free access to community college. At the weekend, the White House also pledged to close tax loopholes on large inheritances, raise capital gains tax on the richest earners from 23.8% to 28% and introduce new fees on US financial firms with assets about $50bn. Some senior members of the Republican Party dismissed this as "class warfare". Other plans outlined by the president include: Improve statutory sick leave and minimum wage Stronger cybersecurity and consumer protection Continue with plans to shut the prison in Guantanamo Equal pay for men and women Mr Obama said he would not hesitate to veto any Republican bills that sought to unravel his healthcare, financial regulation or Immigration Reforms. On foreign policy, he called on Congress to pass a resolution to authorise the use of force against the Islamic State militant group. On nuclear talks with Iran, the president reiterated his beli ...
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Since Ronald Reagan moved into the White House, Republican policies have widened inequality. Neither party...
Why Hillary, and Jeb Bush would be BAD for AMERICA The first argument against another Clinton candidacy is generational. Baby Boomers, Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama will have accounted for 24 years of the presidency by 2016, which seems more than sufficient. Clinton's election potentially extends boomer influence in a manner that risks creating a generation gap that further increases political disaffection among young voters. The pressures of the White House amplify the afflictions of time. Arguably, an optimal president combines an earned wisdom and natural intellect with the residual energy of youth. No one does this by turning 70 during their first year as president, which would be Clinton's status. Although doctors pronounced her perfectly healthy after a recent scare with a blood clot on the brain, the probabilities of geriatric disease in office are very real for someone who might be 77 at the end of a second term. Like it or not Reagan's comportment during his last years suggests tha ...
Neo Con Jeb Bush - Not Running As a Conservative His father and his brother captured the Republican nomination for president, posing as conservatives, then governed as moderates. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, however, appears determined to chart a different course. If he does make a bid for president, this Bush is sending clear signals that it will not be as a conservative. After two previous Bush presidencies, in which conservative positions were adopted sporadically, this should not come as a surprise. But, following the openly hard-left Obama presidency, many Republicans are desperate for victory, and may buy the idea that the winning formula is to nominate a "middle-of-the-road" candidate. At least that's the idea Jeb is trying to sell to the Republican Party. According to Breitbart.com, he believes a Republican presidential candidate who is "willing to lose the primary to win the general" has the best chance to capture the White House in 2016. "I kinda know how a Republican can win," Jeb said. Hi ...
Today on the show, justice is served on Immigration Reform, Congress, the Republican Party, Senior Legal Analyst time, the President, Ukraine, war criminals, and Mike Nichols. Today is the big day: The President gives his speech from the White House and we carry it live - even if the big TV networks won't! Congress, dominated now by Republicans, is freaking out in ever more hysterical ways. Won't they burn out their glands like this? Senior Legal Analyst time is back with multiple stories, including the Patriot Act and the NSA spying on us! The wars continue and Ukraine has passed a grim milestone, plus, can we get George W. Bush prosecuted for war crimes? Legendary film director Mike Nichols has died and this helps show the passage of time! On Beyond The Norm, Health News, with a study showing we need regular rhythm in our lives - but not just any old rhythms! Fierce independence is our rhythm here everyday - and we are regular about it! This is the home of fierce independence - The Norman Goldman Show! ...
“On healthcare, there are certainly some lines I’m going to draw,” Obama said in a White House press conference Wednesday. “Repeal of the law I won’t sign.” He also said he would reject any piecemeal efforts to repeal parts of the law, but simultaneously claimed to be open to “responsible changes” that “help it work better,” adding, “There’s no law that has ever been passed that is perfect,” in something of an understatement. But Mitch Mcconnell and the new Republican majority are dead-set on tackling the hugely destructive law and will likely try to fully repeal it, knowing Obama would veto such a bill, before trying to break down the law one unpopular piece at a time. Now that the Republican Party has regained control of both chambers of Congress, CNN host Erin Burnett wants to know if they’re ready to make a “fresh start” with President Obama. Acting almost as a mouthpiece for the president, Burnett asked Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus if his party ...
Learn Our History Today: On October 14, 1890, United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower was born near Denison, Texas. Eisenhower graduated from the Military academy at West Point, New York in 1915, and then proceeded to embark on an extraordinary military career. Most famously, Eisenhower served as the supreme commander of allied forces in Europe during World War II, leading or taking part in the assaults on North Africa, France, and Germany. After the war, He served as president of Columbia University before becoming President of the United States, beating out Democrat Adlai Stevenson. During his presidency, which lasted two terms, Eisenhower ended the Korean War, managed the developing cold war and checked the spread of communism, and created the interstate highway system. After departing the White House, Eisenhower continued to be active and involved in the Republican Party until his death on March 28, 1969 of heart failure.
Civil War FYI: Opposition to the war. With Abraham Lincoln's Republican Party in control of the White House and the Congress, the Democrats were the party on the outside looking in. And while some supported the war effort, there was a wing of the party opposed to fighting the South who were called the "Peace Democrats." Those on the extreme end of this wing called for immediate cessation of hostilities and letting the South leave the Union. Republicans called them Copperheads, likening them to the venomous snake. The Peace Democrats accepted the label, reinterpreting the copper "head" as the likeness of Liberty, which they cut from copper pennies and proudly wore as badges. The events where Lincoln sometimes ignored the Constitution and violated the Civil Rights of individuals was often centered around attempts to deal with the Copperheads. Like many groups, one's view of them depends on one's view of the war itself. They were either brave people standing up to the prosecution of an unjust war, or traitor ...
To those of you who like to avoid politics, my advice is to please NOT read on. I currently live in a house where Fox News is often on. I don’t usually watch, but sometimes it’s on during dinner and I can’t avoid it. A couple weeks ago, the Fox News Channel’s show “The Five” was on. The topic of the USA’s battle against ISIS came up. Commentator Eric Bolling, who regularly sits in the center of the panel of five, said the USA should defeat ISIS “by any means necessary.” I’ve heard Rush Limbaugh say the same thing more than 10 years ago, pre-Sept. 11, 2001, but Limbaugh was talking about defeating Democrats in 2000 and winning the White House “by any means necessary.” On “The Five,” the show in question, no one at the table questioned Bolling or said, “Really? By ANY means necessary?” Now, I have some friends on FB that tilt to the right wing of the political spectrum. Can any of you please explain to me what the difference is between the neo-con/Republican Party philosophy ...
"Let me be the first to totally endorse the idea of the Republican Party reminding the voters of just who they put into office the last time they won the White House."
LIBERTY FOR ALL! 50 years ago, LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act into law...“On the evening of July 2, 1964, President Johnson went on television from the East Room of the White House, with a host of Civil Rights leaders and some of the most powerful leaders of Congress arrayed behind him, to sign the H.R. 7152 into law. In his thick Texas twang, Johnson described the law he was about to sign: "It does say that those who are equal before God shall now be equal in the polling booths, in the classrooms, in the factories, and in the hotels, restaurants, and movie theaters, and other places that provide service to the public… After the excitement and celebration in the White House on July 2, a strangely somber Lyndon Johnson told his press secretary Bill Moyers, ‘I think we just delivered the South to the Republican Party for a long time to come.’ He was right, of course. Thurmond became the first major Southern politician to bolt to the Republican Party a few weeks after LBJ signed his greatest piece o ...
SEIU on White House Steps to Address Immigration System WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the Service Employees International Union’s (SEIU) President Mary Kay Henry and Eliseo Medina joined Immigration Reform advocates in a meeting with President Barack Obama and White House officials. Henry and Medina issued the following statement: “Today, President Obama has been compelled to act on addressing our immigration system because of a GOP House leadership which refuses to act on Immigration Reform. Given plenty of opportunities, Speaker Boehner and his Republican colleagues in the House have blocked, delayed and simply failed to deliver a real solution to the moral and humanitarian crisis that has impacted millions of families across the country. “We commend the president’s decision to take administrative action on the issue and urge him to act boldly and swiftly to provide relief to our immigrant community by using whatever tools at his disposal. “Although necessary in light of a Republican Party that ha ...
Another Joke of the Corporate employees .., New US House Majority Leader elected Kevin McCarthy is poised to become the second-ranking member of the House of Representatives in a Republican Party caucus leadership vote. Congressman Kevin McCarthy was challenged by fellow Republican Raul Labrador for the new role .., Winning the leadership vote on Thursday places Mr McCarthy of California next in line to House Speaker John Boehner. The Majority Leader is also a highly visible representative of the party in negotiations with the White House and the Senate, both in Democratic hands.
The Republican Party will obstruct everything as long as a Democrat is in the White House. The solution? End the Republican Party.
White House political advisor David Plouffe claimed that even after a string of Tea Party defeats in last week's primaries, the Republican Party is still dominated by extremists -- mocking the exubera
I like this. Booker T. Washington, back when the Republican Party was still liberal. They were PROGRESSIVES. Washington dined with Theodore Washington at the White House, a formal dinner. It provoked a scandal because Washington, a black man, was a Guest of the President, in a formal setting. Roosevelt knew it would provoke a scandal, and even confided as much to Washington. They both were determined to do it. ONE OF THE GOOD REPUBLICANS.
FACE THE NATION dives into the VA Hospitals topic. I wonder, why we ignore the fact that the Republican Party is trying to cut services to the Veterans, while it was the White House who initiated the investigations that are leading to fix and correct an administration run amok (courtesy of the "parking" of partisans into civil service jobs, conducted by the GWB cabinet).
“It’s a problem when you have so many conspiracy theories knocked down by the facts and yet the adherents to those theories only become more convinced that the facts are what they so clearly are. That information, which is fed by the Republican Party in this case, reconfirms for those who want to believe in conspiracy theories that don’t have any factual basis but tell them they’re true anyway, by media outlets that pound that message in to those who are predisposed to believe it.” This is a direct quote from Jay Carney, when asked if the White House would cooperate with the newly appointed committee that has been charged with getting the truth out about the Benghazi tragedy! My question is simple and to the point! If they have nothing to hide and fear, from the truth, why then do they not release all documents, emails, tapes, etc. to be inspected. Enough said!!! Oh, and having the babbling Jay Carney present the case is, in itself, leading to further suspicion of what is being hidden! Anyone .. ...
Bob Woodward, one of the heroes of Watergate, has called out the White House and State Department on this Benghazi phony video story. Exactly when did this revered journalist become a shill for the Republican Party?
George H.W. Bush wants Jeb to run for president: Neil Bush — the offspring of the forty-first president of the United States and the brother of number 43 — said during an interview with the news network that aired Thursday that the patriarch of the Texas political dynasty wants his second son, former governor of Florida Jeb Bush, to run in 2016. Jeb Bush, 61, has repeatedly been considered a potential Republican Party candidate during the next presidential election, and on Wednesday this week he said during an address in New York, "I'm thinking about running for president," according to CBS. His brother now says that the rest of the family has been getting involved in the debate as well. Speaking to CNN, Neil Bush explained that a discussion erupted recently when his mother, former first lady Barbara Bush, said there had been “enough Bushes” in the White House already. “We’re sitting in the waiting room of the hotel waiting to go to the Bush library event, and mom said that, we were all watchi ...
"Eric Holder is exactly right. The Republican Party has been doing everything in their power since day one to try and manufacture some kind of Watergate-esque scandal that could bring down the Obama Administration. They are doing so because they know that with eight successful years of Democratic policies in place, the Republican Party will be unlikely to take back the White House any time soon. They have been digging and digging for some kind of scandal and at this point the hole is so big that there is no way to return to the surface, so they continue digging deeper no matter how foolish they appear." - Trevor LaFaucimore (Politicus USA)
The Lyndon Johnson Center, Austin, Texas hosting the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act 1964, National Civil Rights Summit focusing on enhancement of Civil Rights in the 21st Century in the Untied States. The following is for your review and share of the History of the Civil Rights in the United States which began long before 1964. Democrats’ pro-slavery agenda, anti-slavery activists founded the Republican Party, starting with a few dozen men and women in Ripon, Wisconsin on March 20, 1854. The party spread across the northern and western United States like a prairie fire of freedom. The first Republican state convention was held in Jackson, Michigan in July 1854. The Republican National Committee met for the first time in 1856, followed four months later by the first Republican National Convention. In the election of 1860, Republicans swept to victory in the White House and won majorities in both houses of Congress. Just six years after the party’s founding, the Governor of every northern stat ...
The epic sibling drama of the Republican Party is finally coming to a climax. For many years, George and Barbara Bush assumed that their second son, Jeb, would be a winner in politics, while W., their eldest, would be a loser. Jeb was the prince of the dynasty, destined to be king. (Poppy Bush would only call their dynasty “the d word,” wrinkling his nose in a vain attempt to seem like a Greenwich populist.) The raffish, Roman candle, W., on the other hand, was discouraged by his mother from running for governor of Texas when his father was in the White House. Bar also did not want W. to run for that office in 1993 at the same time that Jeb was running for governor of Florida, for fear that W. would divert too much money from the Bush Rolodex of donors and turn the contest into “a People Magazine story,” as Jeb resignedly called it back when he told me he couldn’t “control” his older brother. Democrats began mocking them during their twin races as “Tweedledee and Tweedledum,” especially ...
In their weekly addresses, the White House and the Republican Party described different visions for how to fix an economy that still struggles to show consistent growth.
I love it; it seems that Certain Republican Leaders are having {a private get together} sponsored by a Jewish Billionaire, so they can decide what the Republican Party should do to take control of the White House... They are called the Republican Jewish Coalition... Hmmm? Well where is the Republican White Coalition, or the Republican Black Coalition, or the Latino Republican Coalition? I thought Republicans were all just Americans? And considering so many say Republicans {are the True Christians} of America and The World, why are all these {State Leaders} hanging out at a Convention in the Billionaires Casino in Las Vegas? Could they not do {what they need} in Alabama at a civic center? Yes, my trouble in Atlanta was because of the 2012 Elections, and even though I did not Vote for Obama, nor am I a Democrat, I was singled out because I shared information like this... At least Governor Christy {made a slip} at this Zionist Only Event when we said: I should fly a helicopter over Occupied Palestine... The ...
Cheered by a youthful audience in one of the country's most liberal enclaves, Sen. Rand Paul - one of the Republican Party's leading contenders for the White House in 2016 - delivered a scathing rebuke to the U.S. intelligence community Wednesday, calling it "drunk with power." Paul's comments come…
Most of us know that Theodore Roosevelt was twice elected to serve as President (1901-1909). Do you know that he tried and failed to achieve a third term in 1912? His third attempt at office was classic Teddy Roosevelt! When Roosevelt retired in 1908, he essentially hand-picked his successor: William Howard Taft ran for the Republican Party nomination and was easily elected to the White House with 321 electoral votes. Once there, however, Taft proceeded to disappoint his predecessor mightily. Roosevelt was so disillusioned with his own choice that he decided to re-enter the political arena. He wanted to take the Republican Party nomination away from Taft. Roosevelt still enjoyed much support among the Republican base. When the Republican Party convention was held, however, the leaders of the Party chose to ignore the voters’ preferences. They selected the incumbent Taft as the Republican Party nominee, despite Roosevelt’s strong showing at the convention. When the announcement was made, many Roosevelt ...
"Imagine with me for a moment, imagine a time when liberty is again spread from coast to coast. Imagine a time when our great country is again governed by the Constitution. Imagine a time when the White House is once again occupied by a friend of liberty. You may think I’m talking about electing Republicans. I’m not. I’m talking about electing lovers of liberty. It isn’t good enough to pick the lesser of two evils. We must elect men and women of principle, and conviction and action, who will lead us back to greatness. There is a great and tumultuous battle underway for the future, not of the Republican Party but the future of the entire country." Rand Paul, 2014, CPAC
At CPAC, the Republican Party reaches out to the people who keep costing it the White House.
Rush Limbaugh: "'Ours is a world governed by the aggressive use of force.' It always has been, and it always will be. No matter how you analyze that. If you want to look at the current conflict between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party, A, who's setting the rules? Democrats." "Did you hear that the White House put out a photo of Obama talking on the phone with Vlad, and Obama's sleeves were rolled up? That was done to make it look like Obama was really working hard -- I mean, really taking it seriously." *** can refuse service and be applauded for it; Christians cannot. So when it comes to hypocrisy, *** take the wedding cake." Good show yesterday (I heard it all while painting walls and ceilings).
Posted at 11:38 AM ET, 12/28/2012 Will less art and music in the classroom really help students soar academically? By Tyleah Hawkins Journalism students at Howard University’s school of communications were deeply engaged in this year’s presidential campaign as Barack Obama and Mitt Romney battled for the White House. The students wrote widely about the candidates and the issues. Some traveled to Ohio, a key battleground state, and wrote about classmates who canvassed voters there as volunteers for the Obama campaign. Others wrote about college students struggling to pay rising tuitions after their parents had lost jobs and homes to foreclosures. One student wrote about black Republicans who supported Romney and their status as double minorities – minorities within the Republican Party and among black voters who largely supported Obama. Throughout the year, students reported on the economic and social challenges that working people and poor communities were facing, issues that were being neglected b ...
The British Hand Behind the Clinton Impeachment Two events on April 6, 1994 highlight a crucial aspect of the British genesis of the assault on the U.S. Presidency of Bill Clinton, an attempted coup against the United States. At breakfast on that day, Democratic consultant and combative supporter of President Clinton James Carville invited the Washington D.C. press corps to join him for an educational event. What he presented was a "Media Food Chain" chart (dubbed by the White House as the "Communications Stream of Conspiracy Commerce"), in which he documented that every single "Clinton scandal" story that had appeared in the American press and media, had first appeared in the British press. As EIR's Debra Freeman reported his presentation in 1998, "First, the story would be published, usually in its most scurrilous and vicious form, in the British press. Then, a week or two later, the story would come out in the Washington Times, or the American Spectator, or on the editorial page of the Wall Street Jour ...
Why Remaking The Modern Republican Party Is So *** Hard and it is so *** difficult to get rid of the damned Tea Party? WE USE TO BE THE PARTY OF IDEAS, WHAT THE *** HAPPENED? WASHINGTON -- Al From, the engineer of the Democratic Party's rebirth after Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale and Michael Dukakis, at first seems an unlikely adviser to the modern Republican Party. But the parallels are obvious: The Democratic Party, too, was stuck in Loserville during the 1980s. Eight years before Bill Clinton won the White House back for the Democrats, From created the movement that helped him do it by forming the Democratic Leadership Council, which pushed the Democrats toward more centrist policies and rhetoric. Now 70, From has written a book about how he did it: The New Democrats and the Return to Power. From was adamant, when we spoke, that the GOP's revival begins with ideas. A presidential candidate will come behind the agenda that gets results, he said. The attention deficit disorder of modern politics, and t .. ...
Important changes for 2016 Republican Primaries: by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus 25 Jan 2014 After the 2012 president election, it was clear that the Republican Party needed to take steps to give our presidential nominees a better chance at winning the White House. One of those steps is a shorter primary process. It’s my goal to have a convention in late June or early July. That way the nominee has access to general election resources earlier, allowing him or her to be more competitive against the Democrats’ nominee. It also means the media can’t over-hype a drawn-out fight among our candidates. But we did have to make sure that our primary voters would have their voices heard—and that all primary candidates would have a chance to make their cases. So on Friday, we passed new rules to shape the 2016 presidential primary process. •First, the “carve out” states (Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada) will hold their contests in February. •Other states can start their contests on or . ...
Unaccountable Hillary Clinton Brent Bozell | Jan 24, 2014 Brent Bozell Recommend this article Recommend 216 65 CNN anchor Jake Tapper blandly admitted the obvious in a radio interview with conservative host Hugh Hewitt. The same reporters that insist their former Republican Party favorite Chris Christie is ruined for 2016 by traffic jams on a bridge are letting Hillary Clinton skate for embassy-security neglect that led to four dead government employees at Benghazi. Why would so-called watchdogs of government suggest Clinton is a shoo-in in 2016 as if Benghazi never happened? Tapper strangely suggested that Benghazi always seemed like more of a White House scandal than a State Department scandal, and I don't blame him, because Clinton didn't grant him an interview. "Hillary Clinton was on her way out, and you know, I can't tackle her," he said in self-defense. "I haven't had a chance to interview her since Benghazi happened. I don't even know, has she done interviews? I think she did some interviews on he ...
In 2016, the Republican Party will salivate for a win in the presidential election after what will have seemed like an eternity of not having one of their own in the White House. Despite New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie seemingly being in the same mold as the last two failed GOP nominees (a moderate,…
This day in History 1999 On January 7, 1999, the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, formally charged with lying under oath and obstructing justice, begins in the Senate. As instructed in Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution, Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist was sworn in to preside, and the senators were sworn in as jurors. Congress had only attempted to remove a president on one other occasion: the 1868 impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson, who incurred the Republican Party's wrath after he proposed a conservative Reconstruction plan. In November 1995, Clinton began an affair with Monica Lewinsky, a 21-year-old unpaid intern. Over a year and a half, the president and Lewinsky had nearly a dozen sexual encounters in the White House. In April 1996, Lewinsky was transferred to the Pentagon. That summer, she first confided in Pentagon co-worker Linda Tripp about her sexual relationship with the president. In 1997, with the relationship over, Tripp began secretly to record convers ...
Changing circumstances for the 2014, 2016 elections (I'm not crazy about Christie, but if I have to choose between him and Clinton, the choice will have to be for Christie. What a choice we have if this is to be the ballot in 16.) my comment CNN/ORC poll now claims New Jesrsey Gov. Chris Christie is polling at 48 percent relative to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 46 percent in a prospective 2016 presidential election matchup. Fox News referred to the poll as evidence that the 2016 election is already largely determined as a contest of strength between a Republican Party united around Christie and a Democratic Party backing Clinton. The CNN poll of 48 percent for Christie implies a public perception that moderate Republican rule is now preferable to 6 or 10 more years of liberal Democratic rule in the White House. Larry Sabato, Professor of Politics at University of Virginia told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly that Christie will be set back in the presidential race by the 8-10 point "gender gap" i .. ...
Racist?, War On Women? Have ya had enough of Dem's spouting? History 101, In 1853 Great men came together to form the Republican Party for one purpose, to free slaves. In just 7 short years we had a President in the White House and were able to do more than what we set out to do. In 1887 A Republican Senator after riding on a train with Susan B. Anthony, took her legislation to congress that gave women the right to vote, it was shot down by Dem's and we tried year after year and finally in 1920 the Republican Senate Majority Leader was finally able to sign it in to law! All freedoms have come by Republicans and all Government control and takeovers have been Democrat lead! The media will not let you know any of this for they are liberal too! Would be happy to answer any history question one may have! We were founded on God, Freedom, Liberties, Guns, Do not let any more of these be taken from us, educate yourself!!!
Washington (CNN) -- A handful of Republican Party officials is quietly advancing a new batch of rules aimed at streamlining a chaotic presidential nominating process that many party insiders viewed as damaging to the their campaign for the White House in 2012, multiple GOP sources told CNN. In a series of closed-door meetings since August, handpicked members of the Republican National Committee have been meeting with party Chairman Reince Priebus in Washington to hash out details of a sweeping plan to condense the nominating calendar, severely punish primary and caucus states that upend the agreed-upon voting order and potentially move the party's national convention to earlier in the summer, with late June emerging as the ideal target date. No party convention has been held that early since the steamy summer of 1948, when Republicans nominated Thomas Dewey as their standard bearer in Philadelphia. The 17-member special rules subcommittee tasked with reforming the nominating process, appointed with little ...
According to National Journal: "Tactics being discussed among Republican strategists, donors, and party leaders include running attack ads against Tea-Party candidates for Congress." The article goes on to state that this RINO, anti-Tea Party group is also looking at overthrowing Ron Paul's libertarian acolytes dominating the Iowa and Minnesota state parties; promoting open primaries over nominating conventions, which can produce Republican hard-liners such as Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli and shut down instigator Mike Lee of Utah; and countering political juggernauts Heritage Action, The Club for Growth, and FreedomWorks that target Republican incumbents who have consorted with Democrats. It would seem that the Republican Party is getting rather "antsy" because of their close relationship with their old adversary, the Democrat party, wouldn't it? Is this the aftereffects of their RINO practices as of late? a divided Republican Party means another democrat in the White House. To elect a ...
Nov. 6, 1860 Abraham Lincoln elected President excepts from Wikipedia: The United States presidential election of 1860 was the 19th quadrennial presidential election. The election was held on Tuesday, November 6, 1860 and served as the immediate impetus for the outbreak of the American Civil War. The United States had been divided during the 1850s on questions surrounding the expansion of slavery and the rights of slave owners. In 1860, these issues broke the Democratic Party into Northern and Southern factions, and a new Constitutional Union Party appeared. In the face of a divided opposition, the Republican Party, dominant in the North, secured a majority of the electoral votes, putting Abraham Lincoln in the White House with almost no support from the South. Before Lincoln's inauguration, seven Southern states declared their secession and later formed the Confederacy. Secessionists from four additional Border states joined them when Lincoln's call to restore federal property in the South forced them t ...
berita hari ini : Both Sides Invoke Obama in Climax of Virginia Governor's Race - New York Times By Axel Gerdau Obama Campaigns for Terry McAuliffe: Ahead of Tuesday's election, President Obama campaigned in Arlington alongside Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic candidate for governor in Virginia. ARLINGTON, Va. — To motivate voters, Virginia’s bitter rivals for governor reached out to the same figure on the weekend before Election Day: President Obama. The president’s motorcade ferried him five miles from the White House on Sunday to a rally for Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic candidate, here in the Northern Virginia suburbs that are emblematic of the state’s shift from a Republican stronghold. Mr. Obama hit *** the theme that Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, Mr. McAuliffe’s Republican rival in Tuesday’s election, was an extremist who would not reach across the aisle to govern. “You’ve seen an extreme faction of the Republican Party that has shown again and again and again that they’re willin ...
This article does not have an author so definite discernment advised - but sounds about right Israel Buys the US Congress: Sabotaging the US-Iran Peace Negotiations November 02, 2013 “Pro-Israel Policy groups such as AIPAC work with unlimited funding to divert US policy in the region ( Middle East )” Jack Straw, Member of Parliament and former Foreign Secretary of the British Labor Party “The United States should drop a nuclear bomb on Iran to spur the country to end its nuclear program” Sheldon Adelson, biggest donor to the Republican Party and major fundraiser for pro-Israel political action committees, speech at Yeshiva University, New York City, October 22, 2013. Introduction The question of war or peace with Iran rests with the policies adopted by the White House and the US Congress. The peace overtures by newly elected Iranian President Rohani have resonated favorably around the world, except with Israel and its Zionist acolytes in North America and Europe . The first negotiating session pro ...
Good Morning. Is the Republican Party actively helping the Tea Party to start a Civil War in this Country? Some districts controlled by Republicans in Colorado are voting on Election Day to succeed from the U.S., many conservatives in mainly Southern States are hoping to succeed also. The South will rise again, I lived in the South for 5 years and many time, I heard exactly that, racism is alive and well in this country. During the 2012 presidential campaign, a Getty Images photographer covering a Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan rally captured an image of a Romney/Ryan supporter wearing a T-shirt reading Put the white back in the White House. What area in this Country is the Republican Party the strongest? The answer is the south, and who in the Republican Party who caused the Government Shutdown (Tea Party) come from? Again the answer is the south. After Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, 31 Republican Representatives voted no to give aid, we are all suppose to be Americans no matter what area we live in. What ar ...
Boehner and Cantor-- who allowed the GOP's racist wing shut down the government because of their pathological fury over an African-American in the White House-- have been whining that Obama wants to "kill the Republican Party." Unfortunately, he isn't… and even if he wanted to, suicide seems a far more likely cause of the once-credible party's demise. MoveOn's district polling has shown vulnerable Republicans in districts the DCCC has never contested-- districts they always considered too far out of reach. But a competent DCCC (even more a fantasy than an Obama wanting to kill the Republican Party) would be working today towards retiring powerful GOP policymakers like Buck McKeon (R-CA), Fred Upton (R-MI), Mike Rogers (R-MI), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), Darrell Issa (R-CA), Ed Royce (R-CA), Paul Ryan (R-WI), John Kline (R-MN), Peter Roskam (R-IL), Scott Garrett (R-NJ)-- all of whom are electorally vulnerable because of their backing of the Tea Party's insane actions in shutting down the government. But ...
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Cruz doubles down on choice tofight ObamaCare in Iowa stop October 26, 2013 FoxNews.com Friday, Oct. 25, 2013: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks during the Republican Party of Iowa's Reagan Dinner at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa.AP Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is charging ahead with his argument that attempts to dismantle ObamaCare needed to be part of the recent Washington budget negotiations and is firing back at the GOP establishment and others who say his tactics led to an unnecessary, partial Government Shutdown. Cruz, who appears poised for a president bid, told hundreds at a GOP fundraiser in Iowa on Friday that efforts he led to “defund” ObamaCare will carry the fight through the 2014 congressional and 2016 White House races. "One of the things we accomplished in the fight over ObamaCare is we elevated the national debate over what a disaster, what a train wreck, how much ObamaCare is hurting millions of Americans across this country," Cruz said at the Iowa GOP's annual fundr ...
By Hedrick Smith (Reuters) - The political battlefield of the current Government Shutdown looks a lot like the last big shutdown of 1995. But major changes within the Republican Party in Congress - a weaker leadership, the demise of moderates and two decades of gerrymandering - could make this year's endgame far harder. Then as now, a rebellious Republican Congress used a budget bill to set up a deliberate confrontation with a Democratic president over spending priorities. GOP militants and radicals in the House - today's wing nuts - bet that gridlock, disarray and the embarrassment of a shutdown would force the White House to give in. Then, as now, the president defied the Republican brinksmanship and took the political risk of a Government Shutdown rather than bowing to the GOP's surrender terms. Former President Bill Clinton enjoyed the sport of sparring with Congress and President Barack Obama, after giving in so many times in the past three years, has finally decided to dig in his heels. What's more, ...
Here's what I think about this Government Shutdown: I believe that while the idea to defund Obamacare or Affordable Care Act is a nice idea, to put it in a budget bill that would go to the Senate is a grievous error in judgement. No matter what Rand Paul or Ted Cruz try to do, the fact is that Democrats control the Senate and their leader Harry Reid marches lockstep with "Dear Leader". Had the Republican Party not ran Senate candidates who do not understand the consequences of uttering bizarre and often backwards opinions in public in the age of social networking and viral media, they would have made this a bit simpler(Control of the White House would also be a plus). What I foresee happening is the Republican Party suffering horrible losses in 2014 and eventually 2016 due to this little tantrum. The American People as blind and dumb as many of them are will hold fast to this whole "Republicans are to blame" song and dance and will want to continue to suckle on the government teat unless the Republican Pa ...
Obama Tells Republicans to ‘Reopen the Governor Scott Walkernment’ WASHINGTON — President Obama admonished House Republicans on Tuesday to quit fighting his three-year-old health care law and to “reopen the government,” a show of defiance that reflected Democrats’ confidence that conservatives have overreached after years of budget battles with the White House. “As long as I am president, I will not give in to reckless demands by some in the Republican Party to deny affordable Health Insurance to millions of hard-working Americans,” Mr. Obama said from the Rose Garden, flanked by new beneficiaries of the insurance program. Then, gesturing toward his guests, he added, “I want Republicans in Congress to know — these are the Americans you’d hurt if you were allowed to dismantle this law.” The president’s televised appearance captured the split-screen nature of this first of October: It was the start of a new fiscal year, with the federal government largely shuttered because of the p ...
I realize most Americans like Bill Clinton and he is a very personable man, but he is also a snake. The financial position we are in now are because of the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000, along with the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999. They were largely to blame for the housing and credit bubbles that eventually led to the 2008 financial collapse. Clinton, contrary to what he told Americans was a strong proponent of both bills as was an overwhelming majority of Democrats. But as the financial markets along with the economy collapsed in 2008, the media withheld this inconvenient truth from the public opting instead to blame it all on President George W. Bush and the Republican Party. This assisted Barack Obama's ascendancy to the White House. Now, as the Clintons try to get themselves back into the Oval Office, they most certainly don't want the truth about their involvement in that financial crisis to be made public. As such, you can understand why they wouldn't want the public t ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A threatened Government Shutdown only hours away, House Republicans scaled back their demands for delays in the nation's health care overhaul Monday night as the price for essential federal funding. But President Barack Obama and Democrats rejected the proposals as quickly as they were made. "We're at the brink," said Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md. On a long day and night in the Capitol, the Senate torpedoed one GOP attempt to tie government financing to changes in "Obamacare," and House Republicans countered with a second despite unmistakable signs their unity was fraying. The stock market dropped on fears that political gridlock between the White House and a Tea Party-heavy Republican Party would prevail, though analysts suggested significant damage to the national economy was unlikely unless a shutdown lasted more than a few days. Still, a shutdown would send hundreds of thousands of workers home and inconvenience millions of people who rely on federal services or are drawn to the nat ...
Not Only Muslim Leaders, Governors But Also Christian Equivalents Show Off Their Religions too! Ted Cruz is praying in front of the White House. Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz is the junior United States Senator for the state of Texas since 2013. He is a member of the Republican Party. What did Jesus say about how to pray? "5 “Also, when YOU pray, YOU must not be as the hypocrites; because they like to pray standing in the synagogues and on the corners of the broad ways to be visible to men. Truly I say to YOU, They are having their reward in full. 6 You, however, when you pray, go into your private room and, after shutting your door, pray to your Father who is in secret; then your Father who looks on in secret will repay you." -Matthew 6:5-6.
Tough talk and fearless politics have made Senator Rand Paul a leader in the Republican Party. Could he—and his charming, secret-weapon wife, Kelley—win the White House?
A Republican Party looking for a White House winner after back-to-back Democratic victories is facing the challenge of a growing population that seeks Immigration Reform and acceptance of same-sex marriage. Story: we want to win general elections we're going to have to have a few people in the party who disagree on an issue or two," said Henry Barbour, a Republican National Committee member from Mississippi. "We can't demand purity." How do you think the GOP leadership should handle these social issues?
When will NBC wise up and make a West Wing sequel? Here's my proposed premise; Matt Santos (Jimmy Smits) fails to get re-elected and the Republican Party takes over the Presidency, and Congress. Sam Seaborn (Rob Lowe) despite being the underdog for the Democratic nomination secures it through a flourish of inspirational speeches. The first season is about his campaign, getting the band back together (along with new faces). His VP running-mate is Charlie Young (Dule Hill) take the White House making Jeb Bartlet (Martin Sheen) a proud man just before his death. There you go Hollywood..you are welcome.
Marc Rich, on his way to *** at 78, represents what is wrong with the Republican Party. They tried to impeach a president over Monica Lewinsky and are trying to make hay over Benghazi, but his pardon by Bill Clinton is probably the biggest White House scandal in the last 20 years, outside of *** Cheney's being left untried for war crimes. Not that they were silent on this one but why have they not shown more outrage about this? It takes a lot more to get them angry at a millionaire tax cheat I guess.
Republican Minority leader, Mitch Mcconnell said, "The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president," according to The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Like a spoiled child holding their breath until they get their way, GOP leader Senator Mitch McConnell does not feel that representing and serving the American People should be the goal of the Republican Party. Instead, the leader of the party of "No" has finally come out and said what many have suspected since Barack Obama won the White House. McConnell's statement explains the GOP obstructionism that has crippled efforts to revive the economy, appoint leaders to key administrative positions, and move forward with new legislation. Since the GOP took the majority in Congress in the November 2nd elections, much of their rhetoric has been focused on moving backward. Repealing health care reform tops Some Republicans' lists. With hyperinflation threatening on the horizon, unemployment still at the heart of Amer ...
It was a race of certainty on both sides. Even on Election Day, Mitt Romney's campaign advisers were convinced Romney would be elected president, while Barack Obama's team was equally resolute: he would reclaim the White House. How was the Republican Party so misguided? Where did the party go wro...
The Weekend Round Table with David Strom! 2-4 PM, AM 1130. Don't miss this one! Topics include: More on the Obama scandals at DOJ, IRS, NSA, State, EPA, ICE, HHS, CIA and the White House. Plus the heavy tax burden placed on Rochester so the Mayo Clinic can lead the Nanny State movement in MN. The 2014 election gets very interesting and what does the College Republican National Committee have to say about it the Republican Party.
With the Republican focus given from their "leaders" (a poll of Young Republicans associate the party leaders as Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, and Glenn Beck.none of the top elected officials in Washington at all) - and from Faux "Fox News" Noise they have decided NOT to govern and fix the country with jobs, infrastructure, end wars, etc but overreach on "faux" scandals that do not have direct connection to the President much like they did in the 1999. David Frum (the very same David Frum who is a Republican Strategist who worked for the GW Bush White House) Warns Republicans About Their Total War Against President Obama. Frum pointed out that the IRS 'scandal' is an agency scandal, not a White House scandal, and urged Republicans to stop trying to destroy the government. Some great commentary about hijacking the of Republican Party and the The Tea Party Marie Gill Longar Last night *** Lugar, an esteemed member of Congress for many years in Indiana said that he will not be supporting Murdock, the teabag ...
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Fareed Zakaria "Fareed Zakaria GPS," Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN On GPS this Sunday: A GPS panel on Syria, Russia, the White House and the Republican Party. Weighing in will be Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Remnick, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, former Mitt Romney foreign policy advisor Dan Senor and American Enterprise Institute scholar Danielle Pletka. “I think that many Democrats, as well, are deeply troubled that the president's [Syria] strategy has been a moral failure and practically has, you know, we've certainly seen the violence spread into Lebanon, creating real risks to Jordan, as well, and to Iraq,” Kristof says. “Now, it's not clear that any other strategy would be any better. He may well say that. But I think there's a lot of real discomfort that the administration has been essentially paralyzed and that this isn't working very well.” Then, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on some of the bright spots in the U.S. economy. And later, inside ...
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is the smartest guy, the biggest thinker in the Republican Party as it looks toward winning the White House in 2016, GOP strategist Karl Rove tells Newsmax TV. Six months ago, I would have said, No, he's not going to run, Rove tells...
Statement of Candidacy As a lifelong resident of the Old Dominion, I was born in Fairfax Hospital and raised in Stafford, at a time when it was still largely a county defined by "turning off the paved road,” rather than the burgeoning DC outer suburb it has become. I first took a real interest in politics during the 1980 elections, and by the time I started high school in 1986, I was a confirmed conservative Republican. As the years flew by, and as the Gulf War and the George H.W. Bush presidency exposed the opportunistic and increasingly totalitarian nature of the Republican Party establishment, I moved more and more into the pro-liberty corner, until I became disgusted and disillusioned by the nomination of Bob Dole for President in 1996. In 2001, soon after George W. Bush entered the White House, I became involved in the Republican Liberty Caucus, with Chairman Chuck Muth at the helm. I drifted away after several years, disillusioned with the direction the organization, and our nation,appeared to be ...
WASHINGTON, March 07, 2013 A Republican Senator seeking to block President Barack Obama's pick to lead the CIA over concerns about drone strikes on US soil completed a nearly 13-hour speaking filibuster early Thursday. In a remarkable display highlighting the partisan rift in Washington, Rand Paul led the filibuster of John Brennan's appointment after the White House refused to unequivocally rule out drone strikes on US soil. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat, tried to bring the blocking tactic to a close, but Paul, a favorite of the Republican Party's conservative Tea Party faction, refused to stop. His oratory held up any other Senate action as he railed against US policy on targeted killings from just before noon (1700 GMT) Wednesday until nearly 1:00 am (0600 GMT) Thursday. During the marathon delaying tactic, Paul said he would be happy to yield the floor "if the president or the Attorney General will clarify that they are not going to kill non-combatants in America." The drone issue has ...
3/2/2013 Obama the Dictator is Intervening in a State’s Right Case on the Issue of *** Marriage David L Lamon   This issue of *** marriage the Obama White House is challenging in the Supreme Court should be raising the ire of every Pastor in the nation but it isn't. They say they love their young people but by their silence on this issue they are throwing them to the wolves. It is that simple. Rebellion against *** marriage not only by the saints in the pew but the people in the land should be so loud even the White House cannot ignore it. I care about gun rights and the constitution but of equal concern for me is the issue of *** marriage. God calls the sin of homosexuality an abomination; therefore, as children of God we should call a spade a spade as well.   So where or who is the brainchild of this operation?   It is the Democratic Party and some RINOS that have infiltrated the Conservative Party wing of the Republican Party with the help of the ACLU and its activist judges that have distorted th ...
"Cuts will Turn Off voters GOP is Courting" Maria Cardona CNN Headshot- large Maria Cardona is a Democratic strategist and a princeipal at the Dewey Sqaure Group, where she founded Latinovations. She is also a former senior adviser to Hillary Clinton, and former communications director to the Democratic National Committee. Earlier this month, the House Majority Leader, Eric Cantor, rolled out to much fanfare a new "branding effort" for the Republican Party, focused on broadening its appeal and helping the Middle Class. It seemed hopeful at the time. Sadly, today it is laughable. We are days away from severe forced spending cuts that will do nothing but hurt the very people the GOP is trying to win over. Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana recently declared that Republicans had to stop being "the stupid party" if they were ever going to put together the long-term winning coalition they needs to reach the White House in 2016. Sorry, governor: your party didn't listen. If the forced cuts, known as the sequester, ...
February 26, 2013 from Mark Halperin A Day in the Life of the Republican Party’s Search for Newness Losing a presidential election can focus the collective mind, but the individual minds involved can have minds of their own. As the Republican Party debates in public and in private what has to change, here are Tuesday’s tea leaves: A. In the internal divisions over how to handle the end of the endgame on the sequester PR fight, the GOP is oh-so divided on what kind of legislation to offer. Lindsey Graham and a few others are suddenly born-again tax raisers. John Mccain is affronted by the notion of turning spending decisions fully over to the President. And there remains a deep, subterranean fear that the White House would win the hearts-and-mind battle (big) if the current cuts kick in. B. There’s a brand new list of Republican bigwigs who support *** marriage. The fact that there won’t be much backlash to this announcement (as compared to what would have ensued not that many years ago) speaks ...
Former House Speaker and Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said the current GOP would be “incapable of competing” against Hillary Clinton should she run in 2016. Gingrich on NBC’s “Meet the Press” called Clinton a “very formidable” person who is married to “the most popular Democrat in the country.” “If [the Republicans'] competitor in ’16 is going to be Hillary Clinton, supported by Bill Clinton and presumably, a still relatively popular President Barack Obama, trying to win that will be truly the Super Bowl. And the Republican Party today is incapable of competing at that level,” Gingrich said. Gingrich also said the reason Republicans lost the White House last month was “much more than Mitt Romney.” “We didn’t blow it because of Mitt Romney, we blew it because of a party which has refused to engage the reality of American life and refused to think through what the average American needs for a better future,” he said.
Been busy the past days doing work for the Breaking the Silence Speakers Tour. If you have not signed up to bring us to your community, you can do so by visiting is my Washington/Capitol Hill lesson for the week ... There too many political parties interest in the United States to hold Barack Obama accountable. 1. Democratic Party leaders are not holding Barack Obama accountable vis-a-vis the crisis in the Congo due to a few things. a. Obama may not come to their fundraisers or other party leaders may not support their campaigns for calling out a democratic president b. They may not get appointments to key offices opened for democrats or nominated for positions c. They may not be invited to the White House or other Democratic Party events e. They may lose party support for giving Republicans something to talk about to attack a democratic president 2. Republican Party leaders can't wait for Obama to mess up so they can use the Congo as a way to holding a Democratic president accountable due to a few things ...
The GOP's race problem extends not just to African American and Latino voters but to white voters as well: "Given that a majority of the electorate will remain white for a number of years, the hurdle that the Republican Party faces is building the party’s white margins by 2 to 3 points. Working directly against this goal is the Republican 'brand identity' that has emerged from the stars of the conservative media ecosystem: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, Ann Coulter, and others. "It is not so much Latino and black voters that the Republican Party needs. To win the White House again, it must assuage the social conscience of mainstream, moderate white voters among whom an ethos of tolerance has become normal. These voters are concerned with fairness and diversity, even as they stand to the right of center. It is there that the upcoming political battles — on the gamut of issues from race to rights — will be fought."
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is one of the most popular leaders in the Republican Party . He shows up in polls among top GOP presidential prospects for 2016. But Christie has struggled for years to lose weight, and a former White House doctor recently said the governor would risk a heart attac...
-The Real Governor Christi Issue- The issue of whether Bill Clinton's White House Physician, Connie Mariano, was right or wrong for simply high-lighting Christi's severe overweight problem, isn't the real question, but rather is it simply a matter of fact. The Governor has done an exemplary job in taking care of the needs of New Jersey. I do not generally like Republicans because the Republican Party has distanced itself from the evolving needs of the American People. Christi, should be a Democrat, because he does not fit the current 'republican mold'. I like Mr. Christi, and I do not want him to die. We have just gotten rid of the worst president that has ever sat in the White House, in George W. Bush. His legitimacy is non-existent, due to in part to his brother's tampering with the Florida ballots, during the election, and due in part to the Supreme Court's interference with the re-count being conducted, after the election, among other things. Americans are entitled to know who will be controlling th . ...
Richard Nixon’s Even-Darker Legacy February 2, 2013 Exclusive: Richard Nixon, who was born a century ago, cast a long shadow over U.S. politics, arguably reaching to the anything-goes tactics of today’s Republican Party. His admirers want to reverse history’s negative judgment but perhaps the Nixon centennial can finally allow for recognition of Nixon’s dirtiest trick, says Robert Parry. By Robert Parry This year’s centennial of Richard Nixon’s birth has brought some of his old guard out the shadows in what amounts to a last-ditch battle to refurbish his reputation by stressing the positives of his five-plus years in the White House. Thus, there is much talk of Nixon’s opening to China and the Environmental Protection Agency as well as favorable comparisons between the relatively pragmatic Nixon and today’s crop of ideological Republicans. However, this rehabilitation – led by the likes of Nixon’s National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger and daughter Julie Nixon Eisenhower – ignores ...
McCain a 'bozo' for supporting Former congressman says 'the guy has no common sense' WASHINGTON – Sen. John Mccain is a “bozo” for supporting amnesty for illegal aliens, and rising GOP star Sen. Marco Rubio is doing it because he’s maneuvering for a possible presidential candidacy, charges a former Republican Colorado congressman who for years was the chief advocate in Congress for border security. Former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, author of “In Mortal Danger: The Battle for America’s Border and Security”, spoke to WND on the recent Senate and White House proposals for amnesty. From the Senate came a “compromise” proposal by a “Gang of Eight” Republicans and Democrats. It would include a “pathway to citizenship” for illegal aliens and aligns closely with Barack Obama’s strategy. “This is not a compromise; this is suicide for the Republican Party,” Tancredo told WND. He cited two of the GOP supporters, Rubio, R-Fla., and McCain, R-Ariz. “I think they’re naïve,” he said. ...
I'm sure all my Republican friends will disagree with this. Taken from Truthdig.com Soon after President Obama’s second inaugural address, John Boehner said the White House would try “to annihilate the Republican Party”. Actually, the GOP is doing a pretty good job annihilating itself. As Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal put it, Republicans need to “stop being the stupid party.” The GOP crackup was probably inevitable. Inconsistencies and tensions within the GOP have been growing for years – ever since Ronald Reagan put together the coalition that became the modern Republican Party. All President Obama has done is finally find ways to exploit these inconsistencies. In his first term Barack Obama seemed the perfect foil: A black man, a big- spending liberal, perhaps (they hissed) not even an American. Republicans accused him of being insufficiently patriotic. Right-wing TV and radio snarled he secretly wanted to take over America, suspend our rights. Mitch Mcconnell declared that unseating him . ...
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Thom Hartmann and Sam Sacks in today's Chimp: "Four years ago Inaugural Day, as the new president, Barack Obama, was making the rounds of the inaugural balls, Eric Cantor had gathered powerful members of the Republican Party at an upscale steakhouse in Washington, DC’s Penn Quarter, a private room in a restaurant called the Caucus Room. Their agenda was straightforward. Sabotage the American economy, blame it on the young President, and then retake the White House in four years."
"So White House officials’ devious plan to destroy the Republican Party, in Brooks’s view, is that they will propose more moderate, popular policies than they did in their first term, thus making Republicans look terrible when they vote against everything. "There’s an Occam’s Razor problem with all these columns: Perhaps the White House is hewing to the popular, reasonable positions it took in the 2012 campaign because, well, those are its positions. "If the Republican Party can’t either agree to them or come up with popular, reasonable positions of its own, the problem here might be located inside the Republican Party rather than at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave." ~ Ezra Klein "Whatever it is, I'm against it.and even when you've changed it or condensed it...I'm against it!" ~ Republican strategist, Groucho Marx
White House party crasher and joke of a reality star Tareq Salahi will launch an "independent Republican" bid for Governor of Virginia, Bearing Drift reports. Salahi decided against challenging Ken Cuccinelli at the Republican Party's convention in May. A local NBC affiliate has more: White House Pa...
New right wing email lie today. From GOP USA; because someone posted a petition on that We The People site calling for the Roman Catholic Church to be listed as a hate group because it opposes same-sex marriage the email says that the White House is after the Catholic Church. This would mean that the White House was behind all of those petitions to secede from the union, also. This is the kind of crap that can turn you away from the Republican Party as being, if not downright stupid, even evil. (Next up; a whopper from the Democratic Party).
Haunt of the Month: Mary Todd Lincoln In honor of the new Lincoln movie, our Haunt of the Month is Mary Todd Lincoln Mary Todd Lincoln Shops in NYC Century 21 at 22 Cortlandt Street in NYC attracts ghosts in search of discounts. They were big spenders in their day; they now come back in search of bargains. Mary Todd Lincoln, sometimes in the company of the Astors or Vanderbilts from the nineteenth century, has been espied shopping there in the wee hours of the morning after the store has been closed for the day. Lincoln was the original person who shopped until she was dead from exhaustion. She managed to spend a $25,000 ($500,000 in today's money in a time when a good day's pay was one dollar per day) appropriation that was supposed to last four years in one year to redecorate the White House. Abe Lincoln had the Republican Party come up with the money to avoid a scandal. The Lincoln movie directed by Steven Spielberg makes mention of this when Mary Todd Lincoln greets the chairman of the committee who i ...
News Update: Charlie Crist: Why I Left the Republican Party - "What changed is the leadership of the Republican Party. As I said at the convention, I didn't leave the Republican Party, it left me. Whether the issue was immigration, or education, or you name it - the environment. I feel at home now." -- Former Florida Republican Governor Charlie Crist officially registered as a Democrat at a White House holiday party this week. Crist, long rumored to be a closet case, ori...
When Ronald Reagan left the White House in 1989 his brand was a total success. Over the next 24 years Country Club and Ivy League Republicans devoid of principles and character kidnapped the Republican Party and proceeded to undo all the changes which he had put into place which had the United States Supreme in the world, its people prosperous and free. The time has come to primary these dopes into oblivion, find the next Reagan and try to put this country (Humpty Dumpty) back together again. Maybe such an effort is too late and will fail. But it is all we've got left. We have Bushed, Doled, McCained and Romneyed this country into moral and financial poverty. If we are going to go down on the Titantic, at least we owe it to ourselves to fight for our lives instead of wait for the cold icy waters to which we are surely headed. This is not all the fault of the Democratic Party nor Obama. The blame lays squarely upon greedy power hungry wheelers and dealers within the heirarchy of the Republican Part ...
Great read into our history. Reading this tells me, now might be the time to go third party. The country now is divided enough to make an impact. A third party to over take both major parties at the end of the next 4 years. That is if there is another election. "..splintered the National Democratic Party into antislavery northern and pro-slavery southern wings, and guaranteed massive losses for the ruling Democratic Party in the next election including the White House, catapulted an obscure Illinois politician named Abraham Lincoln and the new Republican Party onto the national political stage.."
Punch You are not a country, Nigeria (1) November 19, 2012 by Tayo Oke Three weeks before the 2012 US Presidential election, Mitt Romney and his camp had assumed victory; they had started measuring the drapes in the White House, and also carving up positions in an effort to reshape the US administration to fit a different approach to governance they were about to unveil. Indeed, campaign organisers had set up a giant outdoor tent for what they believed would be a victory speech to be given by ‘President-elect’ Romney. They were so convinced of their impending victory that key Romney strategists had even started contemplating a plan for his re-election come 2016. So, the voters’ verdict, giving President Barack Obama a second term came like a jolt to the Grand Old Party aka, Republican Party, on November 6. In case anyone is wondering at this juncture what Nigeria has got to do with this, I say hold your peace and trundle along with me. So, as I was saying, the inquest into Romney’s defeat has s .. ...
People are misinterpreting Bobby Jindal's comments about the Republican Party. He's not talking about real or substantive changes but cosmetic and pr changes. He's telling Republicans that he will stick to the script and not make the stupid comments that Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock and Mitt Romney made. Jindal is a master of spin, damage control and hiding the truth. He is positioning himself to be the GOP's savior from the multi-cultural and multi-ethnic coalition the Democratic Party has put together over the last 20 years. Jindal however, is still the tool of the rich and the corporate elite and no populist. His actions as Governor and his campaign finance reports tell the real story. Jindal is in a race against time however; he needs to win the White House in 2016 before the bottom falls out in Louisiana and he is exposed as a colossal failure.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal says the Republican Party needs to go back to basics to attract the broad coalition of voters credited with putting President Barack Obama back in the White House.
Hostess through History: Yes, when Washington crossed the Deleware, to sustain himself and his men, he had Twinkies distributed to the troops. Years later Andy Jackson bribed the Cherokee Nation to accept the Removal Act using Twinkies. After this historic moment, Lincoln and the new Republican Party celebrated with a Hostess Cake and four years later after the Civil War ended, the nation chomped down on...you guessed it, Twinkies. Then came the Indian Wars out West and guess what sustained the Pony Soldiers and the Buffalo Soldiers? They served Twinkies on the Titanic while the band played. Woodrow Wilson celebrated the establishment of the League of Nations with the beloved cup cakes of Hostess. When the Great Depression hit, the soup kitchens served Twinkies with their rag soups. WWI and WWII troops could not get Twinkies, by the way, due to a national shortage. However, Korean troops were bolstered by supplies of same. Vietnam soldiers had no shortage. Pres. Nixon , not a fan, banned the Twinkie from ...
TGIF!!! Short week...UGA and the Falcons should win this weekend!! Thanksgiving is next week.and there's a LOT to be thankful for.like Mitt Romney NOT being in the White House!! Republicans are clamoring for the "proctological exam"; I can give them the light they need!! FACT: The American electorate is NOT stupid.and we understand the nuances that they persist in putting forth!! We also know that when you make something OBVIOUS to us, that's your TRUTH!! I know many don't remember this, but in 1968, Kevin Phillips of the Nixon campaign devised the "Southern Strategy" ! I know many know what that is.but for those who don't: the "Southern Strategy" was the mechanism devised by Republicans to marginalize the black vote, to amplify racial animus in the GOP, and to further accept the racist tenets of political conservatism. When interviewed by NBC News, Kevin Phillips stated that "black people have no place in the Republican Party"; for 54 years, that has been the basis of the modern Republican Party.how the ...
GHNS -- Four years ago, Republicans went into the wilderness. Having lost the White House and both houses of Congress, it was time for the Grand Old Party to think again about what it was and where it was going. Fairly quickly, they found the Tea Party movement, a new home for their anger and energy. But the Tea Party road turned out to be a dead end. It looked new at first, but was really the shrinking Republican Party – aging, white, religious conservatives – with a new set of slogans. Soon the Tea Party was hijacked by PACs and hacks like Tom Delay and Sarah Palin. Then Tea Party energy hijacked the presidential nomination process and things went downhill from there. The primaries were clown shows, producing a winner who couldn’t Etch-A-Sketch away the pandering he’d had to do to get the nomination. But as Republicans get past the stages of denial and anger, they are coming to see their problems as much deeper. Forget Mitt Romney, Hurricane Sandy and Chris Christie. Republicans lost Senate seat ...
News Break! this is what the citizens of MS should do in following Tx read : Texan Files Petition to Withdraw from United States of America ARLINGTON, TX, November 12, 2012 – Texans are signing a petetion to peacefully with draw for the United States after the re-election of President Obama. The petetion has reached the required number of signatures for review by the White House. According to We the People Forum the petetion has received 57, 276 signatures. The required number for it to be considered by the White House is 25,000. According to ABC News, "At least 17 other states have similar petitions to the Texas secession request on the We the People forum including New Jersey, New York, Montana, Colorado, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina, Oregon and Michigan. The closest behind Texas was Louisiana with 15,617 signatures." According to CBS News, the treasurer of the Hardin County Republican Party, Peter Morrison, as ...
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I can't wait to read Francis's Schaeffer's book called "Crazy for God" - he points out how fundamentalist Evangelicals destroy families, values, and they destroyed the Republican Party with their crazy thoughts. Schaeffer's book also reminds me that it's one of the recurring tragedies of US history that, from time to time, various movements of self-righteous, ideology-driven Christians decide it's time to try to impose their ideas on society at large. Schaeffer has to live with the painful memory of having been one of the key figures helping to create one of the constituencies that did the most to put George Bush in the White House in their one-issue hope that he would find ways to make abortion, if not illegal, at least less frequent. After eight years in the Oval Office, in fact abortion is no less deeply embedded in American life than it was before Bush's election. Little if anything was done by his administration to help women who felt they had no option but abortion find alternatives. He talks abou . ...
An open letter to the Republican National Committee Chairman: November 12, 2012 Dear Mr. Chairman: I have to ask why Mitt Romney conceded so quickly in the face of the mounting evidence of voter fraud. There is a prevailing opinion among many that some sort of deal was struck between Obama, the Republican Party, Mitt Romney, and the Washington DC Establishment. I intend to find out. Likewise, I would expect and demand that you do the same. If a recount is needed, then do it! There is much more at stake in this than the simple matter of whom controls the White House. There are the volumes of unchecked Executive Orders emanating from the White House, the disregard for our Constitution in submitting to a foreign entity (the UN), the attempts at eliminating our Second Amendment, the curtailing of our First Amendment, and the numerous scandalous behaviors by this rogue regime, and by a President who cannot even prove beyond a doubt his "actual place of birth" and "questionable Parentage!" I would likewis ...
White House's Anita Dunn says Fox News is a wing of the Republican Party
Barry Goldwater, after his massive defeat, stayed true enough to his principled conservatism that the modern Republican Party was a beneficiary of his legacy—a beneficiary but not the determiner of that legacy. It was Goldwater himself who told the heir to his influence, Richard Nixon, that it was time to cleanse the White House by leaving it. Though Goldwater was a factor in the Southern Strategy of Nixon, he was no racist, and no fanatic of any stripe. He was an acidulous critic of the religious right and a strong advocate for women’s rights (like abortion). He had backbone. What vestige of a backbone is Romney left with? Things he was once proud of —health-care guarantees, opposition to noxious emissions, support of *** rights and women’s rights, he had the shamelessness to treat as matters of shame all through his years-long crawl to the Republican nomination. [...] McGovern and Dole were war heroes. They asked what they could do for their country. Romney, who avoided military service as a mis ...
What can the GOP do to win next time around? Some Republican conservatives wieghed in (via Yahoo! News): After the Republican Party was denied its bid for the White House and lost two Senate seats to Democrats, Yahoo! asked voters what they'd like the GOP to focus on in the next two to four years. Here are one voter's thoughts. COMMENTARY | As a young conservative voter, I find myself dismayed with the current state of the Republican Party. The party has some hard questions that must be asked within its rank-and-file in order to guide the ship into the future. Unless we face these hard questions, we risk becoming a regional party with little hope of attaining anything beyond the majority that we have in the House of Representatives. Social issues The Republican Party must propagate more moderate social stances on issues such as abortion and *** rights. Karl Rove steered George W. Bush toward "shoring up the base" of evangelicals in 2004 to reassure his re-election, but the GOP should have played the "long ...
--- In a conversation with the Des Moines Register last month, Obama predicted that GOP opposition could crumble after Hispanics delivered the White House to him. The conversation was initially off the record but later published with the president's consent. "And since this is off the record, I will just be very blunt," Obama said. "Should I win a second term, a big reason I will win a second term is because the Republican nominee and the Republican Party have so alienated the fastest-growing demographic group in the country, the Latino community."
The Republican Party is run by a bunch of angry white guys ie. Carl Rove and Donald Trump if you witnessed their behavior in the last few days. If they ever want to regain the White House they will have to realize that America is so diverse and the average American looks a lot more like Barack Obama and has more of his life story than angry white guys. For instance the Hispanics felt abandoned left out and in most cases hated by the Republican Party as do other ethic people and as you can see by the results of the last 2 elections you cannot win without them. The RP must see that we are a nation of immigrants, past and present. Every existing American today ancestors came from somewhere else unless you are American lndian or Eskimo. Our culture is rich and diverse because of this not in spite of it. Don't get me wrong I don't want to help the Republicans win at all I'm just sayin'
I SPEAK MY MIND : Lol How r u, dear friends? Have u ever read Animal Farm story? There is an animal there that we call a donkey. When other animals were celebrating victory over their enemies n excited about fantasising their 'good' future under the leadership of Napoleon, the donkey didn't celebrate nor become optimistic. When asked why he didn't not share their happiness he said, " Nothing will change. Donkeys live longer ... Lol After Barak Obama was re-elected to White House as USA President some ppl wanted to know how I feel about his election victory since he has African roots, like the donkey I say : Nothing will change. I lived longer to tell the story - the story that once upon a time the Republican Party (Romney's) ruled USA under George Bush senior n George Bush junior n they pushed American agenda of capitalism, neo-colonialism n imperialism in the whole world, including Afrika ( nothing changed). Democratic Party under Bill Clinton n Obama ruled USA pushing the same American capitalism, neo ...
Ohio State with 18 electoral College votes has proved to be the toughest battle ground for both parties which wants to get a favourable result their to brighten their chances of winning the presidency. Historically, no Republican Party candidate has made it to the White House without winning in Ohio. Poll statistics favour President Obama who hold 48 per cent lead against Mitt Romney who hold 46%. Gary Anderson of Libertarian Party who is on the ballot in Ohio, hold 4% while the Green Party candidate also on the ballot has 2% of acceptance in the state. Analysis believe that the two minor parties on the ballot in Ohio.
Last week we got a brief glimpse of what a reasonable Republican Party would look like. Faced with unspeakable destruction brought on by Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Romney surrogate and formerly as vicious an attack dog on President Obama as anyone in the GOP, suddenly began bestowing lavish praise on the president. Where once he was claiming that Obama had never learned how to lead anything, suddenly he was praising the president's leadership skills. For several days, in interview after interview, Christie spoke of the tremendous cooperation and assistance he was receiving from the White House, and the two spent Oct. 31 surveying the damage. It took disaster to get the facade of fake outrage at "big government" and the other unwarranted right-wing attacks against Obama dropped, but suddenly all Americans got to see how government should and could work when the goal is helping people and not merely dethroning the opposition party.
Wednesday night, Christie acknowledged the odd circumstances. Chris Christie talks about President Obama touring damage from Hurricane Sandy The president said the wants to make sure there is nothing we ask for as a state that we don't get Watch video "I’m aware of all the atmospherics," he said. "I’m not in a coma. But the fact is I don’t care. There will be some folks who will criticize me for complimenting him. Well you know, I speak the truth. That’s what I do. I say what I feel and what I believe. And I’m just doing the same thing with the president of the United States." Democrats and Republicans in the state welcomed the teamwork between the Statehouse and the White House, saying that providing relief to those left homeless, without power and surrounded by floodwaters as well as rebuilding the Shore would be any governor’s first priority. Tom Wilson, a former chairman of the state Republican Party, said Christie is "honest to a fault." "He’s just being honest and telling people, ‘Lo ...
On MSNBC's Ed Schultz program Friday night, the former chief of staff for Colin Powell, retired Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, said, of the Republican Party, "My party is full of racists ... and the real reason a considerable portion of my party wants President Obama out of the White House has nothin...
I am so sick of hearing lies such as, "Elect the Republicans and we will go back to slavery." How ignorant of history can people be??? THE REPUBLICANS DID NOT SUPPORT SLAVERY! Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president and he was opposed to slavery duh? He had a open door policy for "his friend, Frederick Douglas" to the White House. Even CNN says, "Few relationships in American History have been more remarkable than that between President Abraham Lincoln and black abolitionist and former slave Frederick Douglass." Then there is the claim that the Republicans will being back Jim Crow laws. Again, people don't know their history very well. It was the Southern Democrats who wanted slavery to continue. After the Civil War, most white Southerners opposed Radical Reconstruction and the Republican Party's support of black civil and political rights. The Democratic Party identified itself as the "white man's party" and demonized the Republican Party as being *** dominated," even though whites . ...
Note to President Obama: Please lead and assure the Nation that you're winning this election and that the confused Republicans will be left to reexamine their priorities next month for Congress and for the White House. The Republicans can't be allowed to win based on completely changing their positions in the last minute, after destroying the economy with wars and record deficits from 2002-2008, and in blocking efforts to generate jobs and grow the economy from 2009-2012. The Republicans can no longer be trusted to appoint judges to the Supreme Court when they are creating policies demeaning to women and other hard-working Americans such as corporations are people; really? I'm a business owner, and my corporation is not a person. My business will be doing even better than it already is and start hiring even more people when ordinary Americans with a job, a dream, and big plans for the future hire our company to help them advance their goals. We need a new Republican Party that's willing to work to hel ...
Here is biographical information about Henry Chase Hager, who is getting married to President Bush's daughter, Jenna Welch Bush, on May 10. Birth: May 9, 1978. Hometown: Richmond, Va. Parents: John Henry and Margaret Chase Hager. Father is chairman of Republican Party in Virginia, former lieutenant governor in Virginia and former assistant secretary of Education Department. Sibling: John "Jack" Virgil Hager, who works for Otis Elevator, a subsidiary of United Technologies Co. in New York. Education: 1996 graduate of St. Christopher's School, a college preparatory school for boys in Richmond, Va.; earned undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University in 2000; to receive master's degree on May 18 from University of Virginia's Darden School of Business. Employment: White House aide to former Bush political adviser Karl Rove; worked on President Bush's re-election campaign in 2004; aide to Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez; summer intern for ConocoPhillips in Houston. Martial status: Engaged Aug. 15, 2007 ...
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson you are very right your Republican Party is full of Racist. Yes we are all aware if this and had known this for some time. I am thankful that we agree on what's at stake and that is the only reason that your Party want President Barack Obama out of the White House is Racially Motivated and not because of his Competence. You and your Republican Party know that the President has done an exceptional Job. Wake up America lets go forward Vote for President Barack Obama. Trust me our Vice President knew exactly what he was talking about when he made his statement 2 or 3 months ago.
Interesting news. As we face the fourth and final debate tonight, I read where conservative Ralph Reed pointed out that since the Republican Party was founded in 1854, NO Republican has won the White House without winning Ohio. So, ladies and gentleman, after all the billions spent, it all comes down to ONE state in this election. Whoever wins Ohio, wins the Presidency. I wonder if I've got time to move...LOL.
"I Like Ike" I just watched a little mini-bio on Dwight D. Eisenhower. And I got to say I am feeling pretty good about him. Nothing new really, but it is impressive to see his major accomplishments all at once. Obviously he is a man with an impressive military record, but upon leaving the White House he warned the nation against the "military-industrial complex." He was diligent in his opposition to Communism, but he brought down military spending, and challenged the extreme methods of Joseph McCarthy, using executive privilege to prevent people in his administration from testifying in HUAC’s hearings. Some of his foreign policy decisions turned out to be problematic, but the mostly laudatory documentary didn't talk about that, and I guess will save that for another time. Before he decided to run, President Truman urged him to run as a Democrat. He declined as he favored the Republican Party, but during his campaign he disregarded the counsel of his advisors and campaigned in the Democratic South. ...
American's : share and support the Greatest " four Year's ago you chose a Color young man with not Much Experiance in the worst Economy and political situeation cause by the Republican with Bad Reputation ever all over the world . and he became the Greatest man in American History in the White House as a Commonder in Chief . and he show's you he can do it , he Broth you Reputaion back , he distroy the Enemy and he did the best and most Important Health Care system for all Ame rican , no President can do it befor and he Stude for the Poor and Middle Class people against Republican and those %1 . he Proved he will never give up for American People and Republican Party they try and use all their Power against him to not be succeeded , Just because of his Color , Now he has more Experiance and ready to move the Country forward . and all is in your Hand American to stand by Him and support him and Democrat to get the Mejority of the House Back and you will see how fast he will Move the Country forward in the s ...
Okay, so I have my absentee ballot. And I have the accompanying candidate literature. As you all know I am a “big supporter” of the Republican Party. You may remember that in March, the GOP sent me a GOLD card, with an accompanying letter telling me to hold it in my hands and imagine life with a Conservative Majority. Thus, some conservative organization sent me my marching orders on how to vote this November. If I read the graphic presentation of this lit piece correctly, I am supposed to vote for the Ghost of Ronald Regan and his running mate the Bald Eagle. The two of them will be moving into the White House, from their current habitat inside in the Liberty Bell. They live there together, as roommates in a totally non *** way. Once elected, they will work to Restore Freedom. They will also appoint their neighbor the Gadsden Snake to be Secretary of the Treasury or maybe Secretary of State. I am unclear about this last bit.
In the election of 1928, the Republican Party of Herbert Hoover promised voters "a chicken in every pot and a car in every backyard." (We all know how that turned out.) Now, Mitt Romney is pledging that "If I'm President" every college graduate will be guaranteed a job, Iran will have no nuclear weapons and the United States will dominate the 21st century. And when Romney isn't making fantastic promises about what he'll do when he gets to the White House, he's slandering the current occupant, Barack Obama. "I Won't Let Iran Get Nukes" Governor Romney's guarantees start with Iran and its nuclear program. In a November 10, 2011 op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, Romney pledged, "I won't let Iran get nukes." Or as he put it 10 days earlier during a GOP national security debate: "If we re-elect Barack Obama, Iran will have a nuclear weapon. If you elect me as president, Iran will not have a nuclear weapon." As to how he'll ensure that outcome, Romney explained that "If you want peace, prepare for war." And des ...
Back in 1980, Ronald Reagan opened his successful campaign over the Labor Day Weekend on Liberty Island in New York Harbor with the Statue of Liberty serving as a backdrop. With his shirtsleeves rolled up, Reagan began his race for the White House by appealing directly to ethnic Catholic voters. In his remarks that day, he lauded the true grit of millions of immigrants who had passed through Ellis Island. This soft-spoken former Democrat invited Catholics to follow his lead into the Republican Party. Portraying himself as the antithesis of cultural liberalism, Reagan stressed the themes of “work, family, neighborhood, peace and freedom.” He told Catholic voters: The secret is that when the Left took over the Democratic Party we took over the Republican Party. We made the Republican Party into the Party of the working people, the family, the neighborhood, the defense of freedom, and yes, the American Flag and the Pledge of Allegiance to one Nation under God. So, you see, the Party that so many of u ...
"In 1915, legendary racist and cinematic genius D.W. Griffith convinced many that the Confederate South had wrongly lost its freedom and its rights in the Civil War - and was doomed to all manner of mistreatment by the rise of assertive blacks. Rednecks like Jesse Helms and Strom Thurmondstarted off as Democrats but switched to the Republican Party. Like many "Dixiecrats",they were angry with President Lyndon B. Johnson, who turned out to be the greatest Civil Rights legislator since Lincoln. Richard Nixon would use a "Southern Strategy" to play on racial fears on his way to the White House. Bitterness from white southernershas since evolvedinto a so-called dog whistle in far right rhetoric. It plays on the same idea found in Griffiths racist films - you cannot trust blacks in power not to do you in." Stanley Crouch.more to come...'nuff said!
Ronald Reagan the only republican I ever voted for now I know why.Although at the time I felt I could more effectively get my ideas of a collective philosophy accomplished as a Republican more so than a Democrat, I realize now that the Republican Party was indeed the party of purely individual rights, not the Democrats. When I worked as the president of the Screen Actors Guild I understood the need for people to stick together for the greater good to get their goals accomplished. I admired other great presidents of the past such as Franklin Roosevelt, and Dwight Eisenhower who knew that in order for the nation to thrive, we must all thrive. I am also saddened that the Republican Party of today thinks I wanted God in the White House and to rule the nation. That is not true at all, after I was nearly assassinated I wanted God more in my own personal life. I acknowledged that I was to be here for a reason and serve him and my nation together, but they always stayed separate in my mind just as in the Constitu ...
Does anyone remember the Republican Primary debates? There was the time the audience cheered as Rick Perry expressed no unease at the idea of an innocent man being executed. There was the time the crowd booed a *** veteran who asked about Don't Ask Don't Tell. And there was the time when the audience demanded that the uninsured be left to die (yes that happened). So the problem isn't just that Mitt Romney is the worst campaigner in the history of running for President. The problem is that in order to secure the nomination to run for President as a Republican, you have to make yourself unelectable in the general election. Mitt Romney will be blamed for Republican losses this year, not just the White House, but in the Senate, and even in the House, and much of that criticism and blame will be justified. But it will not fix the problem with the Republican Party: it's base is effing nuts, and the so-called Tea Party is pushing it off the cliff into full-blown crazy. The Republican Party, if it wants to surviv ...
Someone tell me whether the Republicans are signaling that they intend to cut income taxes for the wealthiest by raising them on the middle and low income if they take the Congress and White House. Many Republicans are continuing to defend Mitt Romney’s recent outed comment about 47 percent of Americans (presumably those that don’t have to pay federal income tax) backing Barack Obama partly due to having a “victim mentality.” Rep. Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader, recently said that all Americans should pay some sort of income tax, so they have “skin in the game.” At the same time, Speaker of the House John Bohner is saying he won’t allow the so-called Bush tax cuts on those making more than $250,000 a year to expire, and that he’d like to see more cuts for those with the highest incomes. On one side of the Republican Party, there’s talk about instituting income taxes on some; on the other side reducing them for others.
The joke as told by the announcer, went something like this: Playboy is offering Ann Romney $250,000 to pose in the magazine and the White House is upset about it because National Geographic only offered Michelle Obama $50 to pose for them. After I first read this, I wanted to tell myself not to assume it is racist. That was until I read it again. For Hayhurst to say the National Geographic called Michelle Obama on the phone is tantamount to saying she is an animal. Which is very racist. Disgraceful! Filthy, and offensive! The Republican Party may try to hide the party's history of racism. However, let us review their past. Through the mid 1900's the Republican Party has condoned or endorsed the Ku Klux Klan; the John Birch Society; Nazi philosophy and all variety of right-wing hate groups. Their last golden child of hate, Pastor Terry Jones, was just banned from Germany. - - - Isn't it time to just say NO to hate?
Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett and President Dealing with Black Issues? Some have said that the Republican Party has been the primary obstructionist that keeps President Barack Obama from dealing with African American issues. Even those who acknowledge that the president hasn’t said a word about black suffering are quick to find whatever excuse they can for inaction on the part of the White House. Rather than earning the black vote by presenting a healthy track record of effort on behalf of the black community, black people are simply being told to “keep the faith” (note the religious reference) and to “have Barack’s back,” (note the hood slang reference). It’s as if we’re being told to “stop snitching” on the White House, while Obama Administration officials sit back and laugh at how stupid we are for not asking for anything in return for unprecedented political loyalty. We get one speech after another with Obama Administration officials reminding us of how many Civil Rights leaders d ...
An "Unbiased Reporter" wrote the following : "For anyone who was there (the Reagan Years) and paying attention, : . . . "However, I don't want to be all negative, Reagan did conquer Grenada. A proud moment in American Military history. Well, actually, the invasion of Grenada was meant to distract the simple-minded Americans who just watched Reagan bungle his invasion of Beirut, Lebanon, where over 200 marines were murdered by Reagan's trading partners, Hezbollah. To the horror of the Republican Party, some of us remember. The Joint Chiefs wanted our marines to be housed on our ships at sea, where they'd be safe. But the Reagan White House thought it would "look better" if those brave men slept on land, instead. This disastrous decision, made by political hacks at the White House and approved by the senile and confused president, over the objections of the Joint Chiefs, cost hundreds of brave men their lives. Can you imagine the years of endless hearings that Congressmen Dan Burton, Henry Hyde and th ...
Went to see Craig Romney this afternoon. He was at the official opening of the Romney Victory Office here in Gastonia representing Gaston County for the Republican Party. I really liked his line "How about a leader that's used to signing the front of a paycheck and not just the back?" We need a job creator in the White House.
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My Hope IS that America will do a good decision on November 6th and stop blaming President Obama for this economy problems. you can go to Cnn and get a copy President Bush speech of September,24 of 2008 Bush plans prime-time speech The President will speak to the public about the proposed $700 billion bailout on TV tonight to urge skeptical senators. WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush will deliver a prime-time speech Wednesday night to put pressure on Congress to pass a $700 billion plan to bail out Wall Street, the White House announced. Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke warned Wednesday that the current Wall Street crisis is the worst the country has faced since the end of World War II and urged Congress to take action on a proposed bailout package. But members of Congress - including members of Bush's own Republican Party - have expressed skepticism about the plan drafted by Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. Bush's speech is due to begin at 9:01 p.m. ET and last just under 15 minutes. Min ...
Platform Hints of Obama Cybersec Action Plank: Going Forward, President to Update CyberdefensesThe plank of the Democratic Party platform on cybersecurity suggests that President Obama will take unilateral action to safeguard the nation's critical IT infrastructure because of Congress' inability to enact comprehensive cybersecurity legislation. In the Democratic Party's platform, voted on Sept. 4 at its national convention in Charlotte, N.C., the official party stance states: "Going forward, the president will continue to take executive action to strengthen and update our cyberdefenses."Unlike the Republican Party platform, which doesn't necessarily reflect every view of presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the Democratic platform mirrors the administration's positions on issues. The Obama Administration has signaled it might take unilateral steps on cybersecurity. White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan said in a TV interview in August that the administration needs to see what it can do to develop ...
All informed American Volters know that since President Obama took office and the occupancy of the White House, The Republican Party ceased and the Republican Tea Party engaged in the most destructive,covert plan to make President Obama a one term President, no matter how bad off it would leave the working poor and Middle Class in America! Don't let anyone buy your vote! Vote on November 6, 2012 for President Obama and VP Joe Biden!
Some thoughts on the upcoming elections: First, the Obama Team, in my opinion is the best election campaign team I have ever seen in my life time. Think about it: These guys buried the Clintons in the 2008 primaries and they took an African American, a junior senator, all the way to the White House. These people know how to win elections. Second, the Romney Campaign is very disorganized on the ground; they have all the money they need, but Romney is running as a manager and he really does not have a message that works outside of his base. Also, everytime he gains a little steam, either he or somebody else in the Republican Party says something either so stupid and/or repulsive that the Romney people have to spend a week or so putting out the fire. That is not a path to victory.
Hmmm let me think? OBAMA or MITT? ... O or Mitt and Willard and his team of Republican Party crony's? They first steal the nomination from Ron Paul, now they are doing everything they can to get Gary Johnson off state ballots. The only way these thugs can get into the White House is to bankrupt the competition. How can anyone support this bunch ?
I think I got the Republican hierarchy figured out. They like people and want to help them … as long as they’re members of the Country Club. They love people with yachts. What about the guy fishing in his Jon boat? Oh, let’s tell him we’re going to outlaw abortion. Let’s not tell him we can’t do that, only the courts can. When they say they love the little guy they mean the five foot one guy driving the Cadillac. They love public education but not for their kids. They have their elitist schools that promote bullying. They are not the party of Abraham Lincoln who freed the slaves. They’re the party that sold out people of color in the South to get Rutherford Hayes in the White House in 1876. After 1890 the southern black man was disenfranchised for 75 years. They are not the Republican Party of Teddy Roosevelt who gave us our beautiful national parks and forests. They are the party of Herbert Hoover who tried trickle down and got us into the Great Depression. They aren’t the party of Ike Ei ...
Ulysses S. Grant (born Hiram Ulysses Grant; April 27, 1822 – July 23, 1885) was the 18th President of the United States (1869–1877) following his dominant role in the second half of the Civil War. Under Grant, the Union Army defeated the Confederate military and effectively ended the war with the surrender of Robert E. Lee's army at Appomattox. As president he led the Radical Republicans in their effort to eliminate all vestiges of Confederate nationalism and slavery; he effectively destroyed the Ku Klux Klan in 1871.[1] His reputation was marred by his repeated defense of corrupt appointees, and by the deep economic depression (called the "Panic of 1873") that dominated his second term. Although his Republican Party split in 1872 with reformers denouncing him, Grant was easily reelected. By 1874 the conservative white Southern opposition regained control of every state in the South and as he left the White House in March 1877 his policies were being undone. Reconstruction ended on a note of failure a ...
Posted: 08/30/2012 10:30 PM EDT Filed Under Barack Obama, Barack Obama 2012, President Barack Obama, The Road to the White House, President Obama, Mitt Romney, Economy, Paul Ryan, Politics News, Republican National Committee, 2012 Election, Republican National Convention Mitt Romney, whose life so far has epitomized the American Dream — in spades — experienced a triumph that fewer than 100 other Americans have enjoyed when he accepted the Republican Party's nomination to become president of the United States. In excerpts released by the campaign in advance of his speech, Romney recalled the "fresh excitement about the possibilities of a new president" four years ago and said that President Obama's "promises gave way to disappointment and division." "So here we stand. Americans have a choice, A decision. To make that choice, you need to know more about me and where I will lead our country," Romney is expected to say. This is likely the most important speech of his campaign. He is also expected to say: ...
Just an early morning thought : This week, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan become the official White House ticket for the Republican Party. And they are dangerous for women. Their party's platform supports a constitutional amendment banning abortion in almost all cases -- with no exception for rape or incest. Will you make a contribution to NARAL Pro-Choice America to make sure we have the resources to fight against this radical agenda? Just look at how anti-choice candidates have responded to Rep. Todd Akin's disgusting comments about "legitimate rape." Paul Ryan called rape just another "method of conception." And on Monday, U.S. Senate candidate Tom Smith (R-PA) said that a pregnancy caused by rape was "similar" to "having a baby out of wedlock." It's clear that, no matter how much Mitt Romney tries to distance himself from Akin, this is what anti-choice extremists really believe. And they want to force these ludicrous beliefs onto you and me. To ME .. it's awesome to have a MAN tell any Woman how to live he ...
The governor-heavy lineup plays to the party's strengths in tackling problems. When the leaders of the Republican Party assemble in Tampa this week, they'll have their eyes set on capturing control of the federal government and propelling Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan into the White House.
You know. Look. I don't want to offend anyone. I really don't. I know I come from a really conservative state, but I can't be the only person who sees that the Republican Party is a mess, man. Who thought Sarah Palin was a good idea? And then she abandons her political responsibilities to exploit her fame with a bunch of reality tv shows. Meanwhile, Herman Cain is harassing women and babbling incoherently about Libya. Rick Perry is falling asleep during debates. Rush Limbaugh is calling people *** . Todd Akin is talking about "legitimate rape". Other Republicans routinely talk about the Earth being 5000 years old and a bunch of other nonsense. Sally Kern is cuckoo and Glenn Beck is a space cadet. It's like the Republicans are trying to avoid the White House. So there you go. The Republicans are going to hand over another term to Obama. And I think that's just fantastic, because he is by far the best choice available. All of the cool Republicans recognize that the party is a mess. Peggy Noonan said the . ...
Why We Don't Spend As Much Time Denouncing Republicans As We Do Democrats By Bruce A. Dixon Created 08/22/2012 - 12:00 Submitted by Bruce A. Dixon on Wed, 08/22/2012 - 12:00 By BAR managing editor Bruce A. Dixon Every now and then attentive listeners and readers ask why we at Black Agenda Report don't spend nearly as much time denouncing racist, misogynist and downright evil Republicans like Romney and Ryan as we do detailing the betrayals and failures of Democrats like our black political class, and its current corporate mascots in city halls, state legislatures, the Congress and the White House. We know who and what the Republican Party is. Back in the mid 1960s, when Democratic president Lyndon Johnson, under relentless pressure from the Freedom Movement embraced enforcement of the Voting Rights Act in the South, Republicans opened their doors wide to welcome the exodus of white supremacist voters and politicians who'd been Democrats until that time. The modern Republican Party re-made itself into the ...
I winder when ODUMBA is going to fie this *** BULL *** Asked About the Big Sis Sexual Harassment Scandal? August 21, 2012 BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Here, grab audio sound bite number eight. I mentioned in the previous busy broadcast hour that it was Todd Akin who finally drew Barack Obama out and sent him to the White House pressroom. Two months without taking substantive questions from his own stenographers. He's been talking to People Magazine, Entertainment Tonight, but his own stenographers' feelings were hurt. He won't come out and talk to 'em. So Akin says what he says Sunday in St. Louis, and Obama says, (imitating Obama) "You know what, I'm gonna go out, I'm gonna talk to press." And it was yesterday at the White House, the press briefing, Obama dropped in, spoke with his stenographers, and Jim Kuhnhenn, AP, said, "You're no doubt aware the comments made by Todd Akin. I wondered if you think those views represent the views of the Republican Party in general." Oh, what a probing ...
Silversun Pickups have fired off a legal letter ordering politician Mitt Romney to stop playing one of their songs on his campaign trail. The Republican Party candidate has allegedly been playing the group’s track “Panic Switch” during events as he challenges President Barack Obama for the White House in this year’s election. The band’s lawyers have now written a cease and desist letter to Romney, urging him to stop playing the 2009 hit without permission. Frontman Brian Aubert tells TMZ.com, “We don’t like people going behind our backs, using our music without asking, and we don’t like the Romney campaign. We’re nice, approachable people. We won’t bite. Unless you’re Mitt Romney! … He is inadvertently playing a song that describes his whole campaign.” Copied from the San Francisco Chronicle
Romey's advisor and mouth piece is John Sununu. As White House Chief of Staff, Sununu took personal trips, for skiing and other purposes, and classified them as official, for purposes such as conservation or promoting the Thousand Points of Light. Sununu had paid the government only $892 for his more than $615,000 worth of military jet travel. Sununu said that his use of the jets was necessary because he had to be near a telephone at all times for reasons of national security. Sununu worsened the situation shortly afterwards when, after leaking rumors of financial difficulties in his family, he traveled to a rare stamp auction at Christie's auction house in New York City from Washington in a government limousine to bid on rare stamps. Sununu then sent the car and driver back to Washington unoccupied while he returned on a corporate jet. Sununu repaid over $47,000 to the government for the flights on the orders of White House counsel C. Boyden Gray, with financial help of the Republican Party. However, the ...
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"...Mr. Ryan's selection as Mitt Romney's running mate is, in fact, a great sign of our nation's progress on *** rights. Most progressive media outlets are salivating over Mr. Ryan's controversial budget, his 'radical' political ideology, and his anti *** and anti-women votes (he voted for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), but first tried to kill it), suggesting that he will be a lightning rod that galvanizes progressives, crystallizes the line of attack against Mr. Romney, and propels President Obama back to the White House. "But, Mr. Romney's choice shows that not only does he want this entire election to be about the economy, but that he realizes the only way today's arch-conservative Republican Party can win is by hiding its arch-conservative views on social issues, in general, and *** rights, in particular. Whereas in the last decade, President Bush's team orchestrated Mr. Bush's re-election by highlighting Republican views on same-sex marriage, the selection of Mr. Ryan -- a vocal fiscal ...
I've noticed this week that both Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich have been talking about what a great President Bill Clinton was. They have pointed out how he balanced budgets and reformed welfare. Talk about flip flopping! These guys and the Republican Party tried to run President Clinton out of the White House at one time. President Clinton was the best President America has had in my lifetime. I'm glad the Republicans have finally seen the light.
Romney’s tax plan Mitt Romney is correct in wanting to draw attention to the economy in his campaign for the White House. But while the Republican Party candidate wants voters across the nation to use just one lens — the one that produces a critical view of President Barack Obama — they would be better served in examining the issue from multiple angles. That includes Romney’s own tax policy. Our former governor may be trying to sell himself as a man for all the people, but his proposal for reforming taxes in the United States would actually benefit the wealthiest Americans … his peers. Now, we know that this sounds like something Romney’s opponents would cook up. But this bit of information comes from experts associated with the nonprofit Tax Policy Center, whose analysis found that what the Republican candidate has in mind would provide those earning more than $1 million a year a pay boost of some $87,117 annually. As for those making less than $200,000, they would see what they have to pay i ...
the independents called themselves "We the People" in 1991, until liberal Henry Ross Perot sabataged the movement.Now, we got all of our ducks in a row and are the Tea Party. We got Ron Paul (who is better than Reagan as he will appoint NO members of the Council on Foreign Relations for his posts), onto the Republican ballet. However, the scam going on within the pachyderm is voting for delegates behind closed doors now. No paper record is being kept and the "bosses" are claiming nobody is voting for Ron Paul. There are millions of Tea people - how can this be when Ron Paul is selling out entire stadiums and Mitt Romney has only hundreds show up at his events with the media claiming thousands giving him a big boost. Take a hint-get a clue Republicans, this is the only window of opportunity to get a conservative in what is left of the White House. The Whig Party destroyed themselves this very same way and the Republican Party was born. We accomplished our goal . It is up to the rest of the Republicans to j ...
Happy Fourth of July FB Peeps. As we celebrate this day please remember to be safe and take care to enjoy our freedoms. Freedoms that may be at risk if the Republican Party takes the White House and the U.S. Congress. Take for example President Obama's health care plan requiring all Americans to have Health Insurance. The Republicans is saying the President is overstepping his authority. If that is the case who was the *** that said that I must carry full coverage auto insurance on a car that I am financing? Better yet who is the son of biscuit that forces me to purchase homeowners' insurance on a home I am financing? Living in Florida do you know how many people would have been able to keep there home if they didn't have to carry mandatory homeowners' insurance to the protect the bank's investment? Get out and vote this election and vote DEMOCRAT. Peace
I don't like to wade into the murky waters of political campaigns. But having lived in this country for 35 years, can anyone explain to me why seemingly intelligent people believe the Republican Party should even be considered for the highest office in the land given its penchant for pseudo politicians leading its assault on the White House. And why do radio show hosts who are paid by the Republican Party to brainwash gullible listeners always have to scream into the microphones...what are they so angry about? I often believe that if the Founding Fathers of this nation had any idea what the political arena would look like in a couple of centuries - they would have asked King George if he'd like to take The Colony back...one things for sure, if Obama isn't re-elected I'm moving to Cuba...great medical programme there. That's my daily vent.
I'm disappointed with Justice Roberts. Having said that I still believe that we will be able to claim victory in November. This unparallel decision may very well serve as the catalyst to unite ALL the conservatives and create a solid and strong movement that will remove this "OBAMINATION" from our White House. Together we will ROCK the Republican Party ! We will be SOLID as a ROCK! If God is for us, who can be against us ? NOBODY!! Keep Praying for America The Beautiful!
The question has been raised why the Republican Party chose to run a nincompoop like George Bush. They picked Bush so they cold manipulate him. They like to put into office a figure head, any vote-winning popular figure, including Donald Duck and Horace Horsecollar, and have him follow orders and do what the Party wants him to do. The real president in Bush's two administrations was the man from *** *** Cheney. Cheney had an agenda that made Republican mouths drool, and he had the drive and dishonesty to bring it to fruition even though he was only Vice President. He conned people, conned even White House staff like Colin Powell, who has since publicly expressed his embarrassment at being gulled into complicity. In addition, Cheney the Crook had David Addington, his own Vice Presidential counsel, writing all of the President's signing statements. Not just an occasional statement. More than 1000 signing statements on 1000 bills, in effect emasculating them. A signing statement is a message append . ...
I think the Republican Party should nominate Tim Tebow as their presidential candidate. Conservative NFL fans will go crazy for him as he makes suave and politically correct press conference statements while playing for the New York Jets. As a backup. To Mark Sanchez. Actually, he'd probably have a better shot at getting the starting job in the White House - Obama doesn't have a $48 million contract.
Ron Paul supporters need to cheer up. Vote for Gary Johnson helping the Libertarian gain ballot access. More important this will deny Romney the White House. It will be better if Obama beats him as Barrack is already unpopular and that will only increase since he will have no after election honeymoon. Most important this will teach the Republican Party hacks that took us for granted that we call the shots around here. Any Ron Paul supporter who votes for Romney is a *** fool no matter how randy they might be feeling. Gary Johnson FOR PRESIDENT!!!
Dear Friends, What do the chairman of the Republican Party in North Carolina; the Republican Majority Leader of the Alaska State Senate; and the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, a prominent Republican from Alaska, have in common with the editors of Field and Stream magazine and the New York Times? Answer...
Choice is clear in race for White House The choice for president has never been clearer than in 2012. For the Tea Party-dominated Republican Party we have Willard Mitt Romney, who is worth approximately $25 million, and pays only 13 percent in taxes. He hides his money overseas and hasn’t held a full-time job in six years — unless you call running for president a job. He “doesn’t care about the poor,” he “likes to fire people,” he believes “corporations are people,” and is a corporate raider. He will return us to the disastrous policies of G.W. Bush which almost caused our country to dip into a depression. It’s simple: you can’t cut taxes on the upper classes, fight two wars, and deregulate the banks and Wall Street. President Obama saved the U.S. from economic disaster with his quick, decisive economic policies. Romney would have let GM go bankrupt. So, it’s back to the failed policies of the G.W. Bush years or continued progress under President Obama. It is so sad that the averag ...
Please take enjoy the following clip provided by WRAL.com. While on a fundraising trip for the Republican Party, Fred Thompson, a former senator and 2008 presidential campaign, talks to David Crabtree about the intensity of the 2012 presidential c…
In a new report certain to generate consternation in the stock market and the White House but private glee in the Republican Party, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Friday that the private ...
I agree with Grover Norquist, who wrote in the British Guardian, “Ron Paul is the only candidate for the Republican nomination whose endorsement will matter to Mitt Romney. It is the only endorsement that will bring votes and the only endorsement, if withheld, that could cost Romney the general election.” Considering who is in the White House right now, what happens in Tampa could be one of the most pivotal events in American History. The only question is which way the Republican Party will pivot.
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It's only April, and I am already tired of this Presidential Campaign. It is getting a little ridiculous. Chris Matthews told Michael Steele (former Chair of the Rep Nat Com) the other night that he is upset with "the Republican Party and all of the 'Grand Wizards' who associate with it." Huh?? Totally inappropriate, espeically since Mr. Steele is an Afro American. The Prez, out making "official" White House speeches, has told his audiences that "I was not born wiht a silver spoon in my mouth" - a little knock at his opposition?? David Axelrod, the Prez's campaign committee has been chiding Romney for putting his dog on the roof of his car while on vacation. Come on, lets talk about issues!! The economy, housing problems, unenmplyment, Iran, N Korea, Syria, our National Debt.
(CNN) - Former GOP White House contender Jon Huntsman on Monday explained the comparison he made between the Republican Party and Communist Party of China the night before as "waxing philosophical" on the state of politics.
Video on msnbc.com: Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., and the Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson discuss the ways in which President Obama’s opponents are trying to link the White House to the Secret Service scandal.
How is it then that after eight years of Clinton and more than three already of Obama, Social Security and Medicare are still intact? The short answer is: we’ve been lucky. After ending “welfare as we know it,” Clinton set out to take on Social Security. He failed only because Republicans couldn’t resist making a federal case out of his dalliance with Monica Lewinsky. When Obama, aiming to please deficit hawks, tried much the same, he encountered a less salacious obstacle – obstinacy. If Obama proposed it, Republicans were against it. (This is the wonderful thing about today's Republican Party's Congressional Critters. They are DUMBER THAN DIRT! that don't appreciate that they've got (potentially) the greatest Republican President ever in office RIGHT NOW AT THIS MOMENT; the one (the annointed one) capable of rolling back Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid! And so they turned down a Grand Compromise confected in the White House that Reagan could only have dreamed of achieving. In a se ...
Hello Folks My dad taught me that the closer you get over a target the more flak you get. Perhaps some of you good patriots that were born of the greatest generation this nation ever witnessed and those are the folks who witnessed Nazi Germany and Japan know this to be true. I have had some people make remarks to denigrate my campaign. This is an old trick used by the enemy. You divide and conquer . This way the enemy is easy to defeat. There is one thing I can do every morning and feel good about myself and that is the knowledge that I am doing everything I possibly can to take proactive steps to expose the fraud in the White House. Today I had someone say they contacted my campaign manager about a crucial Tea Party speech I was offered to give. I was also supposed to speak to the Republican Party. Funny how easy it is to contact me. Just Google my name and pick from the thousands of posts. Then I get hit with a bolt of lightning. The strategy that I am the architect of by going after the DNC and Secreta ...
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