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Senate Election 2012: Could the Senate Race be More Significant than the Presidential Election?

May 7, 2012 by

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As we all already know this year upcoming election is going to be extraordinarily important. There will be two very significant elections this year; the presidential election and thee Senate election. Both races are equal in importance and in both races the GOP has the opportunity to gain an extremely large amount of political momentum. […]

2012 Election.0: Campaigning Online is KEY

October 26, 2011 by

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The 2012 election day is coming up. But in the meantime candidates have to (and are) campaigning! But campaigning online is the key to success. Read more....

Hillary Clinton informed me and America of something today!

October 19, 2011 by

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Hillary Clinton has kankles….

Tonight’s GOP Debate

October 18, 2011 by

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Tonight’s GOP debate is more then likely going to be pretty good. The debate will be hosted by and televised on CNN at 8PM ET in Las Vegas, Nevada! The moderator will be Anderson Cooper. “The latest Republican TV debate will probably attract more attention then all the previous ones…” -Guardian UK The top three […]

Herman Cain

October 15, 2011 by

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I’ve flip flopped all over about the candidates I’ve liked and not liked. I was lovin’ Mitt Romney at first but he’s much to moderate and the GOP never has and never will win with a moderate, then all the sudden here comes Perry and I loved him but he’s much to moderate as well […]

Obama’s Joke of a Jobs Plan Fails In Congress (Miserably)

October 3, 2011 by

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  Obama’s cute lil’ jobs plan wasn’t a huge hit in Congress. I guess it was a real shame the Democratic party spent all that advertising money on such a stupid plan. When I read the plan I thought a socialistic Afghan hound wrote the bill, sure enough a socialistic Afghan hound did write the […]

There’s Been NO Recovery!

October 3, 2011 by

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As if the United States needed any further evidence that the recovery is not a recovery. The nation’s economy has grown, however slowly, since December 2009, but new data from the Census Bureau highlight the sad but unsurprising truth that for many Americans, the recovery never happened, and relief is not in sight. It also highlights the […]