Posts tagged "Republicans"

Canadian Born Ted Cruz Is Hellbent On Destroying America

Canadian Born Ted Cruz Is Hellbent On Destroying America
Ironically Hispanic U.S. Senator Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz (R-Tx) seems to have become the new darling of the Tea Party. And just as ironic is the fact that this darling made his way into America from north of the border rather than the usual route from the south. But that’s neither here nor there as... Read more »

Gerrymandering Politicians Like Government Shutdowns

Gerrymandering Politicians Like Government Shutdowns
So far as I am concerned Newt Gingrich is completely wrong when he says the Founding Fathers liked government shutdowns. The way I see it Gerrymandering Politicians Like Government Shutdowns much more than what those Founding Fathers could have ever imagined doing. Personally I don’t think they would have stooped to such lows to ensure... Read more »

GOP Cross The Rubicon

GOP Cross The Rubicon
The Republican Party is effectively dead at this point and they have no one to blame but themselves. Even before the Original Tea Party Movement was hijacked, by those now calling themselves the same, Republicans displayed a disdain for the Moderates within its party. And that disdain eventually led the leadership to brand them persona... Read more »
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Presidential Debates or Major League Baseball?

Presidential Debates or Major League Baseball?
I don’t know about anyone else but the final day of the Major League Baseball season has a hell of a lot more to offer than two stooges trying to bamboozle the electorate. Promises, promises, promises. That’s all Americans get from its elected leaders, and mind you – I am using that term leaders very... Read more »

Political Ideology Way Too Overrated and Misunderstood

Political Ideology Way Too Overrated and Misunderstood
Voters tend to believe in political ideology much more than those who are actually running for office. Naturally candidates will more often than not say whatever they must in order to get elected and worry about their promises later. Oh well, that is politics I suppose. Still, finding a candidate to believe in can be... Read more »

Political Robocalls Annoying But Did Help Me Decide - To Skip Illinois Primary

Political Robocalls Annoying But Did Help Me Decide - To Skip Illinois Primary
I don’t know about you, but robocalls annoy me and that is why registered with the Do Not Call Registry. Unfortunately, the brains behind the Act excluded political robocalls. And now that Illinois is in play for the GOP, well, let’s just say the number of calls per day have left me even more annoyed... Read more »
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2012 Super Tuesday: Much Ado Over Nothing

2012 Super Tuesday: Much Ado Over Nothing
Generally Super Tuesday marks an awakening to the many who, up until now, have not paid as much attention to the National Political scene as perhaps they should have. Yet I get sense that this year will be much different. Let’s face it, President Obama is just biding his time, while collecting obscene campaign contributions,... Read more »

Politicians Resemble Costa Concordia's Francesco Schettino

Politicians Resemble Costa Concordia's Francesco Schettino
I have always found it amusing whenever spin doctors begin wagging the dog in favor of their ideological beliefs. However after a top Republican official, Reince Priebus, sparked a political uproar on Sunday by comparing President Barack Obama to disgraced Italian ship captain Francesco Schettino it got even more amusing. And sadder! You know, I... Read more »

Mitt Romney's New Hampshire Win A Slam Dunk: South Carolina The Real Test!

Mitt Romney's New Hampshire Win A Slam Dunk: South Carolina The Real Test!
The cheesecake Iowa Caucuses and New Hampshire Primary are finally over and, for the Republican Party, the time has finally come to determine where it stands among a more divided constituency. South Carolina will go a long way in answering that question as the first of the “Real Primaries.” And no – I am not... Read more »
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Priceless Debate Moment: Obamacare Modeled On Romneycare and Actually Suggested By Newt

Priceless Debate Moment: Obamacare Modeled On Romneycare and Actually Suggested By Newt
Perhaps the most hilarious moment in the so-called “Far West GOP Debate” was when former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum provoked Mitt Romney by saying he had no credibility in vowing to repeal Obamacare because President Obama modeled his program, in part, after Romney’s Massachusetts program. After Romney gave his standard debate answer, Newt Gingrich appeared... Read more »