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  • Zogby on Oreilly NOW.. "FLA moving toward Bush, CO toward Kerry"

    11/02/2004 10:47:44 AM PST · by dictatorMA · 107 replies · 629+ views
    John Zogby just stated that its very close in FL but there seems to be movement TO Bush... he also says that CO is moving to Kerry.. He also says PA is even. Zogby doesnt sound too pleased...When pressed for a prediction Zog said "I dont want to make any predictions BUT something in my gut tells me Kerry CAN STILL win this.. but that is my gut and not my brain"
  • The Shadow Party: FrontPage Interviews Co-Author Richard Poe

    08/29/2006 3:12:51 PM PDT · by Richard Poe · 189 replies · 4,379+ views ^ | August 29, 2006 | Jamie Glazov
    A new book by David Horowitz and Richard Poe has enraged the Left and alarmed many conservatives. It exposes the machinations of a radical clique working at the highest levels of government and finance to undermine American power. That book is The Shadow Party: How George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Sixties Radicals Seized Control of the Democratic Party. It hit the New York Times bestseller list in its first week in print. Here to tell us about The Shadow Partyis co-author Richard Poe, our esteemed colleague at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, where he serves as director of research. Mr....
  • Did Republicans Steal the 2004 Election?

    06/01/2006 8:28:44 PM PDT · by Torie · 53 replies · 913+ views
    Taegan Political Wire ^ | June 1, 2006 | Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. via Taegan
    Did Republicans Steal the 2004 Election? Robert F. Kennedy Jr. writes in Rolling Stone: "After carefully examining the evidence, I've become convinced that the president's party mounted a massive, coordinated campaign to subvert the will of the people in 2004. Across the country, Republican election officials and party stalwarts employed a wide range of illegal and unethical tactics to fix the election." "A review of the available data reveals that in Ohio alone, at least 357,000 voters, the overwhelming majority of them Democratic, were prevented from casting ballots or did not have their votes counted in 2004 -- more than...
  • Sorry Liberals: Being Arrogant Does Not Make You Right - (HA! ... yes siree!)

    06/12/2005 5:42:02 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 20 replies · 1,208+ views
    Back during the Presidential Election, Kerry enthusiasts were constantly gushing over the perceived intelligence of John Kerry. If it was not praises toward his “nuanced” approaches of how to creatively surrender to the United Nations and international terrorists then it was how all of his aides had to run around carrying dictionaries just so they could understand his “big words.” Well, the truth is out. Eight months after everyone quit caring about John Kerry’s records, he has finally released them to “The Boston Globe.” Chance of chances, these records show that Senator Kerry was a “C” student with a virtually...
  • Why Did Most Jewish Voters Reject President Bush in the 2004 Election?

    05/17/2005 5:36:30 AM PDT · by ComtedeMaistre · 55 replies · 1,494+ views
    May 17, 2004 | ComtedeMaistre
    When he took office in the year 2001, President Bush began to make every effort to convince Jews that he was on their side. He did everything he could possibly do, to get Jews to vote Republican. Bush is the most pro-Israel President in American history. Indeed, 2004 was anticipated as the year when Jewish voters would vote majority Republican, for the first time since World War Two. But, once again, Jewish voters rejected the outstretched hand of a Republican Presidential candidate. Kerry is the man who once called Yasser Arafat a statesman. And in 2004, Kerry worked in close...
  • In honesty, John Edwards meets unexpected DeLay

    04/21/2005 5:37:57 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 10 replies · 234+ views
    WITH JOHN EDWARDS giving interviews again, one is almost brought to nostalgic tears over memories of the 2004 election. Sure it was bloodcurdling — but in the best ways possible. It was a story of great literary dimension, complete with villains, both of the French and trial-lawyer variety, and heroes, mainly in the form of valiant incumbents and brave war vets. A good time was had by all. Things were especially lovely after Sen. Edwards, that rich nobody from North Carolina, came on board. (Edwards update: various members of his family may have been employed as, or at least hoped...
  • EIB Sounding Board: Democrats Read From Kook Sites (Rush Rips Dems A New Clymer In 2005 Alert)

    01/06/2005 5:31:21 PM PST · by goldstategop · 34 replies · 1,756+ views ^ | 01/06/05 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: Here's Barbara Boxer. Now, this is not Barbara Boxer from the floor of the Senate. This is a Capitol Hill press conference earlier today but this is essentially the same litany that she went through on the floor of the Senate just about 20 minutes ago. BOXER: For most of us in the Senate and the House, we have spent our lives fighting for things we believe in, always fighting to make our nation better. We have fought for social justice. We have fought for economic justice. We have fought for environment justice. We have fought for criminal justice....
  • Report accuses state Democratic Party (Oklahoma)

    01/04/2005 8:32:17 AM PST · by MizSterious · 8 replies · 869+ views
    NEWS9 ^ | 1/03/2005 | Kirsten McIntyre
    Report accuses state Democratic Party By Kirsten McIntyreNEWS 9 The following is a script from a NEWS 9 broadcast Now to our top story tonight -- after a five-month investigation, the state Labor Department is leveling serious allegations against the Oklahoma Democratic Party and its chairman. Kirsten McIntyre is following this investigation and joins us now live with more. NEWS 9 report The investigation began in July after a fatal car accident involving two teenage girls. The probe has resulted in this: a final report, hundreds of pages long. In it, Labor Commissioner Brenda Reneau accuses the party of breaking...

    11/12/2004 8:18:27 AM PST · by RayChuang88 · 12 replies · 1,138+ views
    UExpress Syndication (via ^ | November 11, 2004 | Ann Coulter
    On Fox News' "Special Report," Brit Hume raised the nut conspiracy theories circulating on the Web about Republicans stealing the presidential election. The liberals on the panel responded by quickly pointing out that no national Democrats -- not even Terry McAuliffe! -- had suggested that there had been any systematic vote theft. Hume admitted the rumors of vote fraud were limited to nutcases on the Web. Like most Americans, apparently no one at Fox is watching MSNBC!
  • Smelling the Coffee

    11/06/2004 3:14:54 PM PST · by yonif · 24 replies · 859+ views
    College Voice via my website ^ | November 6, 2004 | Yoni Freeman
    “Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein; and he that rolleth a stone, it shall return upon him.” Proverbs, 26:27 Hours before the American presidential election a few days ago was held, there were supporters of President Bush’s reelection bid who said they believed Senator Kerry was going to come out on top in the end. Indeed, I had such partial thoughts as well. But, thankfully, we were wrong and the elections resulted with President Bush being given a mandate by the American people for four more years, though for some hours it would seem it was a Florida all...

    11/06/2004 2:13:49 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 147 replies · 10,990+ views
    Private Email | NOVEMBER 6, 2004 | ADMIRAL DICK VAN ORDEN
    From a retired US Navy Admiral PARDON ME WHILE I GLOAT by Dick Van Orden I am not normally a cheerful loser or a gracious winner. Whether its tiddly-winks or war at sea, I want to win, win, win! In fact, I hate to lose and when I win I sometimes want to rub the loser's nose in his defeat. After a sleepless night I feel just rotten enough that the past six months of lies and innuendos from the Kerry camp have it all come home to make me more vindictive than usual. As a result, I want to...
  • Political mayhem results in 4 arrests; election results bring out fight in partisans

    11/06/2004 2:40:15 AM PST · by j. earl carter · 19 replies · 1,051+ views
    Athens (Ohio) Messenger ^ | Friday, Nov. 5, 2004 | Angela Mitro, Messenger Staff
    Political mayhem results in 4 arrests Election results bring out the fight in some political partisans The 2004 election has come to a close, but political tensions remain high as four area individuals were arrested Wednesday night and early Thursday morning on charges stemming from disputes involving rival political groups. The Athens Police Department responded to four disputes involving rival political groups. Police said a group of students celebrating President Bush's re-election was confronted by a group of people who were unhappy with the election results. According to the department, the first incident occurred at 10 p.m. Wednesday and resulted...
  • Representative-elect's son arrested in tire slashings

    11/05/2004 11:13:28 PM PST · by alydar · 142 replies · 5,388+ views
    Milwaukee Journal ^ | 11/5 | JOHN DIEDRICH
    The 25-year-old son of newly elected congresswoman Gwen Moore was arrested Friday by Milwaukee police and later released in connection with the election day slashing of tires on 20 vans and cars rented by the Republican Party, according to police records. Sowande Ajumoke Omokunde, also known as Supreme Solar Allah, arrived at the Milwaukee police administration building Friday morning with his attorney, was arrested at 9 a.m. and held in the police holding facility for several hours before being released, according to records. Omokunde is one of three suspects who had been arrested as of late Friday. Opel E. Simmons...
  • Ashland the hold-out

    11/03/2004 12:43:48 AM PST · by Lord Nelson · 3 replies · 201+ views Appears that this is the county left to count.
  • NRO - Kerry Spot - OHIO GOP SAYS IT'S OVER [11/03 10:37 AM]

    11/03/2004 7:42:03 AM PST · by bushsupporter30 · 23 replies · 265+ views
    Ohio Republicans now saying Bush is ahead by more votes than there are provisional ballots, including overseas absentee ballots. The absentee ballots yet to be included include those from military personnel overseas. It seems safe to assume President Bush may have won a vote or two among these votes.
  • The Vietnam War Was Re-Fought Last Night . . . And This Time The Anti-War Protest Crowd Lost

    11/03/2004 6:14:15 AM PST · by stayout · 26 replies · 372+ views
    vanity | 11/03/2004 | stayout
    For your consideration and reflection . . .
  • Kerry Not Doing Well With African-American Voters

    10/29/2004 1:00:01 PM PDT · by moose2004 · 27 replies · 1,827+ views
    New York Post Column Bad News For Kerry
  • Early Voting

    10/26/2004 2:27:09 PM PDT · by Oorang · 5 replies · 220+ views
    Question for Floridian freepers. What has changed that allows people to vote, at the polls, prior to election day? I understand absentee mail in ballots but I cannot find any information regarding the change (and why) to allow voting prior to election day at the polls. Thanks.
  • Chris Matthews On Imus In The Morning

    10/22/2004 5:27:52 AM PDT · by moose2004 · 51 replies · 2,261+ views
    Imus In The Morning ^ | 10/22/04 | moose2004
    Matthews Says Bush "Has Edge" in Race.
  • South Dakota Suspicions

    10/21/2004 9:17:05 PM PDT · by txradioguy · 38 replies · 2,113+ views
    National Review ^ | 07 Nov. 2002 (original publication date) | Byron York
    The very last precincts to be counted killed the hopes of GOP Senate candidate John Thune. Was something funny going on? oday a team of Republican election experts is in South Dakota, looking into the circumstances of Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson's extraordinarily narrow, last-minute victory over Republican candidate John Thune. While it is certainly possible that there were no significant irregularities involved in the voting, some Republicans are puzzled by the way the vote-counting unfolded. Early Wednesday morning, with 99.65 percent of South Dakota's precincts reporting, Thune held a narrow lead over Johnson. It was only when the last three...