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The 2012 Election

For Love of Country

Speaking in Springfield Ohio, Barack Obama mentioned Mitt Romney.  As soon as he mentioned Romney’s name, the crowd began to boo. Obama responded, “No, no, no. Don’t boo, vote. Voting is the best revenge.” Mitt Romney questioned the President’s rhetoric  at a campaign stop in New Hampshire. “Vote for revenge?  Let me tell you what I’d like to tell you: ...

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Congress Has To Buck DC Culture And Investigate Benghazi

For whatever reason, Washington DC has a bizarre culture of failing to get the entire story out. There’s a belief in popular culture that the federal government attempts to conceal as much of the truth as possible and only puts out what the public wants to hear. This needs to be avoided with Benghazi. The whole truth has to come ...

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Yes, Nate Silver is a Joke

If you’ve ever gone on Nate Silver’s 538 Blog for The New York Times, you’ll see where reality ends, and fantasy begins.  It was more vividly displayed after the third and last presidential debate where I wrote, in a previous post, for Hot Air that “the headline for his [Silver’s] October 23 post after the last presidential debate read ‘Obama unlikely to get ...

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GOP Could Gain Seats in ’12, Dubious About The Senate

While the chances of Republicans retaking the U.S. Senate have diminished, thanks to a few unnecessary comments about rap, House Republicans could make gains in 2012.  The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake noted how Democrats were euphoric about retaking the House, but admit that opportunity will not come to fruition due to ten Democratic seats leaning Republican this cycle. Here are ...

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More Green Energy Fun, or Will the Obama Outrage Ever Stop?

WOW! Talk about timing! The State Department (That’s Hillary Clinton) approved $100,000 to “green up” the U.S. embassy in Vienna, Austria, on May 7, 2012. Yet, the State Department could not continue use of a DC-3 (that’s a WWII airplane) by the US Embassy in Lybia, a request made by a group of Special Forces assigned to protect the US ...

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Latino Vote: Families, Children, Faith

Latino actor Eduardo Verastegui star of telenovelas and the movie Bella is a pro-life advocate. He has released several videos denouncing the pro-choice message of  President Obama. Verastegui has released a new video reminding Latinos of their guiding principles to families and faith. Please visit the website to watch it: Urgent Message For Latinos. It’s time to stand for our ...

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The Hope and The Change–Watch and Share

Share This Movie With Your Friends! Dateline Washington, DC – David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United Productions, today announced that Citizens United will be calling nearly 1 million households to promote the film “The Hope and The Change.” The calls will encourage people to view “The Hope and The Change” on Hulu.com. Nearly 40 million unique viewers go to ...

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Creepy: Florida- Crowd Chants ‘Hail Obama’

There are eerie similarities between Barack Obama and Adolph Hitler, and it appears as though Obama’s followers are going to a creepy, new level in Florida. In the 1930’s and 1940’s it was “Heil Hitler”, now, in 2012, it is “Hail Obama”. For those who are not familiar with history, here is a quick note from Wikipedia: Characteristic of a ...

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Will Wisconsin Turn Red With Bart Starr Endorsement?

The Twittersphere was busy with rumors of a big Romney endorsement in Wisconsin this morning and the packed hall erupted into great cheers when they realized beloved Packer Great Bart Starr was taking the stage. The former MVP of Super Bowls I and II, spoke at a campaign event on Friday in Milwaukee. Starr has long been known as a ...

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Geraldo Rivera Visibly Shaking After Exploding At Fox Co-Host Over Benghazi

Geraldo Rivera continues his allegations that anyone claiming the Obama Administration could have mounted a rescue at Benghazi “is just preposterous!”  Geraldo appearing on Fox and Friends Friday morning, seems to have adopted the Left’s talking points, screaming at Co-Host Eric Bolling “You are a politician looking to make a political point!” he added after Bolling challenged him, later repeating the ...

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Four More Days

In the latest jobs report, American unemployment rose to 7.9 percent. The unemployed number increased by 170,000, to 12.3 million. That rate is higher than the day Barack Obama took office. Were workers unemployed long enough to have been dropped from Labor Department statistics added back in, the rate of unemployment would be closer to 14 percent. According to Keith ...

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