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Why Every Candidate in the Debate Should Have Refused to Pledge Support to the GOP

Thursday night’s first-of-the-season Republican debate began with an explosion of ire and outrage as Donald Trump refused to pledge not to run as an independent should he not win the party nomination. The real outrage is that all ten candidates standing on stage did not raise their hands. Of all the night’s questions Fox News anchors deserve to be lambasted ...

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Broader GOP Tensions Resonate in Debate Infighting Over Surveillance

The apex of Thursday night’s prime time GOP debate came as the discussion, never that robust, devolved into two contenders for the nation’s highest office shouting at each other, ironically over hugs. Paul and Christie sparred over the post-9/11 perennial tensions between national security and civil liberties. Paul, who has adopted the fresh-faced libertarian banner is best known for his ...

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An Overview of the Fox News “JV” Debate

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Thursday night’s so-called JV debate offered little new insight into the candidates. Topics ranged from the American economy, foreign policy, the dominance of Donald Trump in the race and why each candidate’s vision was the best option. Logistically it’s worth noting, with 17 candidates running, a candidate needs to only be polling at 5.9% to achieve a plurality of the ...

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MSNBC: Dang! Romney Right Again

Did you watch the last presidential debate? The number crunchers expect fewer did because of the baseball final and Monday Night Football. Those who did watch it generally reported a rather ho-hum evening. No knock out punches on either side (to the chagrin or relief of each side). But today the fact checkers are out in force. It appears that ...

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On Benghazi “They Stood and Watched and Our People Died” says Retired CIA Officer

On the eve of the final Presidential debate, CBS reported the US had drones overhead watching the attack at Benghazi.  “Watched” is the key word here, “watched” for seven hours.   This attack was not over in minutes.  So what if anything, did the “powers that be” do during these seven hours?  The answer seems to be “what they didn’t do”. ...

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Obama looked weak, out-of-place next to Romney at debate

In the barely-moderated presidential debate held today, Mitt Romney came with his A-game and the President appeared as though he would rather have been anywhere else. President Obama spent much of the debate staring down at his podium with an occasional smirk on his face while Romney looked confident and appeared genuinely interested in what Obama had to say. The ...

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11 Deceptions About the Tax Debate

Below are the Whitehouse.gov’s “11 Facts About the Tax Debate.”  As usual, they are out of context, disproportioned, deceptive, and out right false briefing points.  Here are just a few reasons why they are nothing more than election year red herrings.  (A fitting expression for such socialist ideals.) WH.gov points are in italics. 1.     Nearly $1 Trillion would be ...

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February 22nd CNN Republican Debate 8pm ET

Overview Tonight may be the last of the Republican presidential primary debates as Santorum, Romney and Paul declined to appear at the March 1st Georgia debate and MSNBC has cancelled its March 5th event. Santorum has been riding a huge swell of support and funding after his three state sweep almost two weeks ago. The former Senator is still leading ...

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Romney & Santorum Decline, Thus, March 1st Debate Now Cancelled

Story Via Red Alert Politics (By Stacey Disterhof ) Erick Erickson created a buzz this afternoon after tweeting former Massachusetts Governor and Presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, would not be participating in the Georgia Republican Party/CNN debate on March 1. The Atlanta Journal Consitution picked up on it as well, stating Romney officials told CNN about their decision  to bow out earlier today. Chris Kelleher, from the Georgia ...

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Stephen Colbert Campaign Would Help Republicans

Believe it or not, as a Presidential candidate, Stephen Colbert would help the Republican party defeat President Obama.  In a recent Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey: Stephen Colbert, would actually hurt the president more than [it would] Romney, pulling 13% of the national vote and keeping Obama to a 41-38 margin This is particularly shocking, because Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson ...

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Embracing Technology, Obama To Host Google+ Hang Out Today

When Google launched it’s “Google Plus” – a social network – one of the key features was a “Hang Out”.  A “Hang Out” is where users can interact and communicate with multiple friends and people in a video conference style setting. Today at 5:30 ET, President Obama will be hosting a Google+ Hang Out town hall meeting.  The President is ...

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