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  • Poll: Palin would stir up even the Democratic primary

    09/29/2011 9:13:47 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | September 29, 2011 | Bob Unruh
    Editor's note: This is another in a series of "WND/WENZEL POLLS" conducted exclusively for WND by the public-opinion research and media consulting company Wenzel Strategies. Former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has said that the 2012 run for the Oval Office will be an out-of-the-box event. But just what did she mean? Voters eventually will find out, presumably. But just in case her "out-of-the-box" reference means something as surprising as challenging Barack Obama in a Democratic Party primary, Fritz Wenzel of Wenzel Strategies included the scenario in his newest poll on the coming election. The telephone...
  • Soros Group Wants Obama to Rule by Executive Order

    11/09/2010 3:03:52 PM PST · by GiovannaNicoletta · 205 replies · 2+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | November 8, 2010 | Aaron Klein
    snip The article recommends that President Obama govern from executive order to push through a progressive agenda. snip Demonstrating the close relationship between the DSA and the Progressive Caucus, two weeks ago WND reported the Democratic chairman of the powerful House Judiciary Committee was caught on tape meeting with DSA leaders to discuss how the group can cooperate to strengthen President Obama and advance their "one-world" plans.
  • Dems come down to Earth, Bush goes other way

    01/18/2004 11:30:16 AM PST · by PLK · 4 replies · 176+ views
    Cedar Rapids Gazette ^ | Jan. 18, 2004 | Mike Deupree
    Just when a guy was thinking he could get to bed early tomorrow night, what happens? The caucuses got interesting.The conventional wisdom long ago awarded the Democratic nod to Howard Dean. Then all of sudden the polls showed Dean neck-and-neck (and neck) with John Kerry and Dick Gephardt, with John Edwards closing fast on the outside. Tomorrow night should be fun.Even more fascinating will be the post-mortem. Whether Dean manages to hold on or not, analysts will be trying to explain how his seemingly insurmountable lead was surmounted, or nearly so.I think the answer may be timing. Dean's primary appeal...
  • Clark touches political hot potato in New Hampshire

    01/17/2004 8:14:19 PM PST · by MegaSilver · 9 replies · 260+ views
    USA Today ^ | 17 January 2004 | The Associated Press
    <p>LACONIA, N.H. (AP) — Democratic presidential contender Wesley Clark said Saturday that one reason New Hampshire property taxes are high is the state has no income or general sales tax.</p> <p>"Some of the responsibility for your high property taxes is a function of your state government and leadership in the state," Clark said in response to a question at a morning campaign stop.</p>
  • Kerry Inches Ahead by Nose in 4-Man Race

    01/15/2004 10:19:38 AM PST · by MegaSilver · 9 replies · 206+ views
    FOXNews.com ^ | 15 November 2003 | Liza Porteus
    <p>DES MOINES, Iowa — The race for the Democratic presidential nomination remains in a statistical dead heat in the vital Iowa caucuses but it has a surprise twist -- Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry (search) has taken the lead, according to the latest tracking poll, released Thursday.</p>
  • Self-imposed exile proving costly for 11

    08/27/2003 5:07:54 AM PDT · by Arrowhead1952 · 27 replies · 183+ views
    ASSOCIATED PRESS (Reported in the Austin American Statesman) ^ | Wednesday, August 27, 2003 | By Lisa Falkenberg
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — State Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos of Austin passes up lunch at the Hilton for a $6 chili dog with sauerkraut. Sen. Eliot Shapleigh has asked his El Paso law partners to take on his clients. And Sen. Leticia Van de Putte took out a loan on her life insurance policy to make up for lost wages. In their 30 days of self-imposed exile, the 11 Texas Democrats who fled the state to block a vote on congressional redistricting have found their own ways of bearing the mounting costs of their political battle. Van de Putte, a San Antonio...