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  • Barbara Bush: Oval Office not limited to political dynasties

    01/16/2014 4:55:56 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 6 replies
    The Hill ^ | January 16, 2014 | Rebecca Shabad
    (VIDEO-AT-LINK)Former first lady Barbara Bush reiterates in a new interview that presidents don’t have to be members of political dynasties. "If we can't find more than two or three families to run for office, that's silly, because there are great governors and great eligible people to run," Bush says in an interview that will air Monday on C-SPAN. "And I think that the Kennedys, Clintons, Bushes — there are just more families than that. And I'm not arrogant enough to think that we alone are raising" presidential candidates. Her son Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida, is considered a potential...
  • Romney Says GOP's Not 'Party of the Rich,' But 'of Those Who Want to Be Rich'

    07/16/2012 11:39:38 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 23 replies
    Yahoo! News / ABC News ^ | July 16, 2012 | Emily Friedman
    JACKSON, Miss. - At a fundraiser at a country club in Mississippi this evening that was expected to raise a record-breaking $1.7 million, Mitt Romney defended the Republican Party against its reputation as the "party of the rich" explaining that really, it is a party focused on helping the poor. "We're accused, by the way - in our party - of being the party of the rich," Romney said. "And it's an awful moniker, because that's just not true. We're the party of people who want to get rich. And we're also the party of people who want to care...
  • Paul Begala: Romney’s Dixie Debacle in Mississippi and Alabama Primaries

    03/14/2012 8:19:39 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies · 1+ views
    The Daily Beast ^ | March 13, 2012 | Paul Begala
    One of the great legends of political consulting is the Dog Food Problem: an apocryphal tale of a company that had the best packaging, the best advertising, the best marketing. But there was only one problem: the dog wouldn't eat it. Forevermore we should no longer call it a Dog Food Problem. We should call it a Mitt Romney Problem. In truth Romney is still probably the most likely GOP nominee. He has the most money, the best organization, the most endorsements, and the best hair. There is only one thing wrong with the Mitt Romney campaign: Mitt Romney. If...
  • Deal not sealed, Romney hits Santorum with big ad buys

    03/08/2012 10:50:05 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 16 replies
    Yahoo! News / Reuters ^ | March 9, 2012 | Patricia Zengerle
    Mitt Romney's presidential campaign would like to be focusing its attacks on Democratic President Barack Obama around now. But after failing to seize control of the Republican nomination race on "Super Tuesday," Romney cannot shake off rival Rick Santorum, whom he criticized on Thursday as a political insider. Opening up a new front against Santorum, the Romney campaign accused him of being a lobbyist in his home state of Pennsylvania even before he went to Washington in 1991. Romney's campaign also attacked Santorum for holding regular meetings with lobbyists as a Senate leader, part of the Republican "K Street Project"...
  • Barbour: 'I'm crazy about Newt'

    03/02/2011 9:39:13 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 10 replies
    The Politico ^ | March 2, 2011 | Kasie Hunt
    Haley Barbour is all about Newt Gingrich Continue Reading "I'm crazy about Newt," Barbour told reporters after a breakfast at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce after he was asked about Gingrich's likely presidential announcement. "We've been friends for a very long time." Gingrich is considering a presidential run and has been the focus of intense speculation this week after it was reported that he planned to announce the formation of an exploratory committee on Thursday. His spokesman, Rick Tyler, issued a strong statement Tuesday night insisting Gingrich would not use his Thursday trip to Georgia to make a presidential announcement.....
  • Barbour: Obama one of "greatest politicians" ever

    02/27/2011 9:12:14 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 86 replies
    The Politico ^ | February 27, 2011 | Kasie Hunt
    President Barack Obama is one of America's best politicians ever, according to one of his potential rivals for re-election in 2012. "The president is one of the greatest politicians in the history of the United States," Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press."Barbour's comments came during a discussion of Wisconsin's budget battle - a fight that's sparked widespread protests as Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has tried to curtail collective bargaining rights for public employees. Obama is "quiet [on the issue] because most Americans know this has to be done,"
  • The best campaign ad of 2012 (Ronald Reagan on Haley Barbour)

    02/07/2011 5:52:57 PM PST · by Artemis Webb · 17 replies
    Politico ^ | 020711 | Ben Smith
    So it may not actually have been cut yet, but Haley Barbour's rivals will struggle to beat his repurposing of this direct-to-camera endorsement from his 1982 Senate race: "I'd like to take a moment to talk with you about our country's future and a very special leader - Haley Barbour. The problems of the 1980's are rapidly changing and demanding new solutions and fresh vigorous ideas. I've learned first hand that Haley Barbour has the intelligence, courage and experience to make a great United States Senator. These are difficult times but slowly and surely we are making America prosperous again....
  • 2012 siren: Barbour to South Carolina

    01/25/2011 10:20:18 AM PST · by Artemis Webb · 16 replies
    Politico ^ | 012411 | Ben Smith
    Mississippi Gov Haley Barbour will visit the Republican-heavy Upstate of South Carolina Wednesday for two private events with local GOP officials to discuss a potential presidential run, POLITICO has learned. Barbour will meet with Republicans first in Greenville and then in Spartanburg. The closed-door gatherings will include party leaders and current and former elected officials, according to a South Carolina source familiar with the events. Barbour's trip to the first-in-the-South Palmetto State illustrates his increasing seriousness about a presidential bid. His appearance in the two Upstate cities comes just a few weeks after he appeared in Columbia for the inauguration...
  • Words show Haley may not be PC, but he's honest

    12/31/2010 12:04:27 PM PST · by Artemis Webb · 5 replies
    SunHerald.com ^ | 123110 | Wyatt Emmerich
    JACKSON -- The good news for Haley Barbour is that the left wing is after him. That means he’s being taken as a serious contender. The ruckus over Barbour’s latest interview is a typical example of taking individual words out of context. For instance, Barbour is being blasted for saying that something -- we don’t know what -- “wasn’t that bad.” The liberal bloggers argue that Barbour was saying the Citizens Council and the KKK “wasn’t that bad” but, in fact, Barbour said no such thing. Here’s is the exact text of the Weekly Standard article. “In interviews Barbour doesn’t...
  • Sarah Palin Endorses Steven Palazzo

    10/30/2010 5:47:27 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 13 replies
    Y'All Politics ^ | October 30, 2010
    “Hi, this is Sarah Palin. I’m calling to encourage you to send a message to Washington in this election. Steven Palazzo is a principled conservative like you and me. We can depend on him to support our values and stand up to the liberals in Washington. Let’s change things on Tuesday. Vote conservative Republican Steven Palazzo for Congress. Thank you.” – Governor Sarah Palin Steven had this to say: “I’m honored to be endorsed by Governor Sarah Palin. She is a great representative of the Tea Party’s ideals. As our momentum continues to build, we look forward to Election Day.”...
  • Sarah Palin: Abortion an "Essential" Issue in 2010 Elections to Mitigate Obama

    10/06/2010 9:20:16 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 12 replies
    Life News ^ | October 6, 2010 | Steven Ertelt, Editor
    In a speech Tuesday night at a pro-life event in Houston, former presidential candidate Sarah Palin said abortion is an "essential" issues for the pro-life movement in the 2010 elections. Palin said it is important to take advantage of the opportunity the elections present to mitigate President Barack Obama's pro-abortion agenda. Palin said Obama has been responsible for "the biggest advance of the abortion industry in America" thanks to the ObamaCare bill that includes abortion funding, she said, according to CNN. She added Obama is "the most pro-abortion president to ever occupy the White House," "That's why it's essential that...
  • Bennie Thompson ambushed by opponent

    07/14/2010 8:20:38 AM PDT · by prplhze2000 · 1 replies
    Jackson Jambalaya ^ | July 14, 2010 | kingfish
    Video of Bennie Thompson's opponent ambushing him at town hall last week. David went looking for Goliath last week and found him.
  • Palin, GOP say Obama's Oil Spill Response Comes up Short

    05/28/2010 5:32:21 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 3 replies · 366+ views
    CBS News ^ | May 28, 2010 | Stephanie Condon
    President Obama repeatedly said yesterday during his press conference on the Gulf oil spill that he takes responsibility for the disaster. Nevertheless, Republicans are pounding the president for failing to step up as a leader during the crisis. Some are also questioning his decision to extend for six months a moratorium on new offshore drilling plans. Millions of gallons of oil have flowed into the Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded on April 20. Oil company BP, which was operating the rig, is responsible for the cost of the clean up and containment efforts under the...
  • The darkhorse Republican from the South for 2012

    03/01/2010 8:31:12 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 35 replies · 1,072+ views
    Southern Political Report ^ | March 1, 2010 | Professor John A. Tures
    Like Mike Huckabee did in the 2008 GOP Primary, a dark horse candidate from the South could rise up to win some big races in 2012. But who could that little known candidate be? I’ll offer some suggestions about who could be a household name in two years. In my last column “Why Republicans are in trouble in 2012” I described the woes of the Grand Old Party for 2012. A combination of weak candidates with surprisingly thin resumes and potential nominees with bad luck in their state’s history could hand what might be a winnable race against President Obama...
  • Mississippi: Two GOP State Senators Eye 1st District Race

    03/25/2009 1:13:24 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 8 replies · 846+ views
    Roll Call ^ | March 24, 2009 | John McArdle
    Ever since Rep. Travis Childers (D) won a stunning special election victory in the 1st district in May 2008, Republicans have been itching to win back this conservative district previously held for seven terms by now-Sen. Roger Wicker (R).
  • Round One: "John" vs. "Senator Obama"

    09/29/2008 3:40:02 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 16 replies · 1,507+ views
    Townhall ^ | September 29, 2008 | Conservative Dude
    After watching the debate live and now having had a couple days to fully absorb what was all too obvious that night: McCain won--oh, my mistake--John. It's hard to not be partisan when saying who won--especially since each candidate did express their positions rather clearly, but I'll give it a shot. I try to imagine what it would have been like if I'd just woken up from a coma, or had never heard of either candidate before. What would I admire in each of them? What are their strengths and weaknesses? Are they smokers or non-smokers? The most important answers...
  • (First Mac vs. O Debate) Up To The Judges

    09/27/2008 3:34:19 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 4 replies · 694+ views
    Savage Politics ^ | September 27, 2008
    Every single pundit and political analyst in America today is spinning the result of yesterday’s debate towards his own personal ideological preference. Generally though, most do agree that John McCain did a lot better than Barack Obama, because he was able to continually (and effectively) get his main talking point through, “Mr. Obama doesn’t understand”, without appearing condescending or angry. McCain was able to constantly tell the audience that the problem with Obama was not his “bad faith” or lack of motivation, but simple naivete and inexperience. Barack Obama, on his part, was simply unable to get his talking point...
  • McCain's Move: 4 Different Debate Scenarios

    09/25/2008 1:53:05 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 56 replies · 1,448+ views
    Townhall ^ | September 25, 2008 | Matt Lewis
    It looks like Obama has firmly declared he will be at the debate, while McCain has allowed a little wiggle room by "requesting" the debate be postponed -- and "challenging" Obama to agree. Regardless, this "staring contest" over whether or not to debate tomorrow night, could have real political ramifications. McCain's opening salvo was shrewd and bold, but Obama's comeback was good, too ("Part of the president's job is to deal with more than one thing at once.") Following are some thoughts on how McCain might respond to Obama's insistence on continuing with the debate: 1. McCain could still show...
  • Ross and Harper Advance to Runoff

    03/12/2008 9:52:39 AM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 2 replies · 528+ views
    WLBT Channel 2 ^ | March 12, 2008
    The Republican race for Mississippi's third congressional district will go to a runoff. Charlie Ross won the most votes out of a field of seven candidates. Gregg Harper came in second place, with David Landrum trailing in third. Ross, a former state senator, was cheered by a crowd of supporters Tuesday night at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum. The 52-year-old Brandon resident told WLBT Tuesday afternoon that he expected to be in a runoff. He said he was excited about leading the pack of qualified candidates. "It's like we're in the third quarter of a ball game,"...
  • Poll shows race for Pickering’s seat between Landrum, Ross

    02/14/2008 7:36:07 PM PST · by Clintonfatigued · 19 replies · 789+ views
    The Hill ^ | February 14, 2008 | Aaron Blake
    The GOP contest for Rep. Chip Pickering’s (R-Miss.) seat looks to be a two-candidate race, according to a poll conducted for businessman David Landrum’s campaign in late January. Former state Sen. Charlie Ross leads Landrum 30 to 24 percent ahead of the March 11 primary, with no other candidate in the double digits. If no candidate reaches 50 percent in the primary, a runoff will be held April 1. A previous poll suggested that Ross, who ran for lieutenant governor last year and is the only well-known political figure in the race, held a large early lead. But Landrum has...
  • GOP presidential candidate [Fred Thompson]picking up endorsements in Jackson visit

    11/19/2007 5:32:20 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 15 replies · 444+ views
    The Clarion-Ledger | November 19, 2007 | Leah Rupp
    Cannot be posted due to copyright issues: http://www.clarionledger.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071119/NEWS/71119048
  • Herring tribute featuring GOP's Fred Thompson (Mississippi Republicans-Nov. 19th)

    11/09/2007 4:15:43 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 15 replies · 510+ views
    The Madison County Journal ^ | November 8, 2007 | Andrew Ujifusa
    Presidential candidate Fred Thompson will be a special guest at a tribute dinner for state Republican Party Chairman Jim Herring on Nov. 19 at the Jackson Hilton on County Line Road. Thompson will join Herring and other state GOP leaders at the event beginning with a 5:30 p.m. reception. The dinner is being hosted by the Mississippi Republican Elected Officials Association. When he considers the position of the Republican Party in Mississippi, Herring thinks the hard work in the past is paying huge dividends in the present. "The most satisfying part of it is seeing your organization grow and prosper,...
  • Barbour picks up endorsements from Dems (MS Governor)

    10/19/2007 4:28:07 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 5 replies · 435+ views
    The Meridian Star ^ | October 17, 2007 | Emily Wagster Pettus
    Several prominent Mississippi politicians, including a Democrat who served in President Clinton’s Cabinet, are endorsing Republican Haley Barbour for a second term as governor. ‘‘We’ve got to do what’s best for Mississippi, and in this case, it has to be the person over the party,’’ Mike Espy, who was Clinton’s first secretary of agriculture, said Wednesday. Espy stood by Barbour and the governor’s wife, Marsha, during a news conference at the state Capitol. About two dozen other politicians, ministers and businesspeople stood on the marble steps behind them.
  • Rural Development chief resigns to run for Chip Pickering's post

    09/15/2007 8:45:29 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 5 replies · 669+ views
    The Commercial Dispatch ^ | September 14, 2007 | John Mott Coffey
    A former aide to Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Pickering said he's going to run for the seat being vacated by the 3rd District congressman. “I'm getting ready and, in the next few weeks, will be formally announcing it,” said John Rounsaville, who resigned his job Thursday as Mississippi director of the USDA Office of Rural Development. Appointed to the U.S. Department of Agriculture post last November, Rounsaville previously served as Pickering's deputy chief of staff for five years and then worked three years for Republican Gov. Haley Barbour as a policy adviser. Pickering announced last month that he won't seek...
  • Pickering Seat Likely to Stay in GOP Column

    08/17/2007 8:29:55 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 12 replies · 1,172+ views
    Political Wire ^ | August 17, 2007
    Republicans are likely to retain the Mississippi Congressional District being left open because of the retirement of Rep. Chip Pickering, but that doesn’t mean that Mississippi 3rd District voters won't see a competitive campaign. Contrary to initial reports, Pickering will not resign his seat. Instead, he will serve out his term but not seek reelection. GOP insiders describe the district as overflowing with potential Republican candidates and expect a multi-candidate primary. Atop the list are two statewide names: Tate Reeves and Amy Tuck. Reeves is Mississippi's 32 year old state Treasurer, the first Republican to hold the office since Reconstruction....
  • vote

    08/20/2005 5:22:25 AM PDT · by 800vote · 10 replies · 803+ views
    Blog 800vote.com ^ | 8/20/2005 | Jay Patel;
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  • Check This Group Out. They did great in Ohio

    08/04/2005 6:18:57 AM PDT · by Doc_J_Butler · 3 replies · 2,662+ views
    Dr_JacksonB
    You guys should check this group out. I met one of their members out in Ohio working with a congressional candidate. They knew what they were doing and I was impressed but i didn't realize that Alex had his own team until yesterday. I looked at their website its got some really solid ideas in terms of strategy. Check it out: http://www.vandenberg-strategies.com
  • MI Agriculture Commissioner Joins G.O.P., Bolts 'Rat Party

    06/07/2005 9:33:37 AM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 6 replies · 1,264+ views
    The Times Piscayne ^ | June 6, 2005
    Agriculture Commissioner Lester Spell has switched to the Republican Party almost 10 years in office as a Democrat, saying his work within his department is more in line with the principals of the GOP.
  • Lyndon LaRouche Supporter Running For Senate Against Trent Lott In 2006

    04/16/2005 1:12:10 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 6 replies · 1,535+ views
    State Rep. Erik Fleming, who endorsed Lyndon LaRouche's 2004 Presidential Campaign, is currently the only announced candidate against Trent Lott.
  • Politician Republican Democrat Congress Lawyer Neckwear

    03/27/2005 7:04:33 AM PST · by starwonders · 1,624+ views
    Starwonders.com Neckwear ^ | 03-27-2005 | Starwonders.com
    Wear a necktie to show your interest. We deal with government agencies, fund raisers, private organizations. We are a wholesale neckwear business. Star Wonders WHOLESALE Neck Tie Store | $3.50 to $4.75 a Tie ANY Variety. 100's of Ties.
  • Apple pie proud !

    11/16/2004 9:39:17 PM PST · by marquisdesloth · 2 replies · 1,713+ views
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  • Gannett Fails One-Newspaper Communities/Counties- Queue for Government Intervention?

    07/18/2004 9:49:31 PM PDT · by housecandidate · 4 replies · 4,997+ views
    July 19, 2004 | Joe Alloway
    Gannett Fails One-Newspaper Communities/Counties- Port Huron Times Herald a Queue for Government Intervention? In particular, with today’s concentration of all reporting medium with just a few companies- who determines the void or lack of reporting in the best interest to citizens. I’ve challenged a Gannett newspaper, the Times Herald of Port Huron Michigan of its obligation citizens in one-newspaper counties. There appears to be an immediate need to make certain legislation be brought requiring corporate newspapers to better report news and serving the communities they cover. At a crucial time with the 2004 Primary literally days away- this particular newspaper,...
  • Poll: JOE ALLOWAY leads PHIL PAVLOV in Michigan House District 81 - Alloway predicted winner

    07/18/2004 9:31:03 AM PDT · by housecandidate · 1 replies · 3,079+ views
    Ann Arbor PTM/UM Polling | July 17, 2004 | Andrea VanAndle
    The poll of 600 likely Republican voters in St. Clair County Michigan’s State Representative District 81 countywide found Alloway leading Pavlov by 12 points, 48 percent to 40 percent in a three-way race with Yale Republican Steve Pray Nader included in the ballot test.
  • Illegal Michigan State Paid Employee's Electioneering and Campaign Fixing Near Day of Reckoning

    07/10/2004 8:22:08 PM PDT · by housecandidate · 1 replies · 2,656+ views
    “A Michigan Impossible until we work together ending illegal state house electioneering practices” Joe Alloway-R Michigan House District 81 St. Clair County Michigan PORT HURON – JULY 11, 2004 - Please listen to a recent interview (http://66.92.134.175/~benburch/old/TrupianoShow-(10-5-2004).mp3) exposing Michigan’s #1 area to reform and that’s ending illegal activities in Michigan’s House Republican Caucus Communications Office! Very few citizens asked have no idea of what that word means. Folks, the bottom line is we’ve had some major problems in this antiquated, 50-person staffed office and they’re just coming public. Take recent revelations of state employees assigned to representatives as campaign managers...
  • My trip across the country

    07/03/2004 12:05:22 PM PDT · by elder5 · 11 replies · 4,354+ views
    I just got back last week from driving across the country, I live in Washington State and drove to PA in see my wifes family and took I-80 and I-90 back home. With my Bush/Cheney sticker from 2000 in my back window along with my W-04 sticker I got a aproviel rating of about 75% judging from the honks and thumbs ups from fellow drivers. Funny how I got the 1 finger salute from the folks with the Kerry stickers. My question to you is do you vent your hate and anger at fellow drivers on the road with a...
  • The most taxpayer-unfriendly members of congress

    06/03/2004 7:27:36 PM PDT · by aardbokonon · 7 replies · 2,861+ views
    aard_bokonon
    Last night, I was told that a report was recently published by some DC think-tank. This report ranked members of congress in order of taxpayer-friendliness, i.e. it examined their votes on tax-related bills and determined where any particular member of congress came in on higher or lower taxes for their constituents. The same person who told me about the report told me that a whopping 75% of house and senate members from my state were in the top 20 LEAST friendly to taxpayers in their voting records. Have any of you heard of this report? Can you point me to...
  • ARE YOU A "REGISTERED" VOTER???

    05/10/2004 11:34:21 AM PDT · by GeorgeW23225 · 6 replies · 7,989+ views
    Are you a registered voter?? Do you know anyone who needs to register?? Check this out: http://www.ConservativeAlerts.com/vote.htm Ultra liberal "MoveOn" is attempting to register 100,000 new left wing voters. WE need to register 200,000 new conservative voters!! Just click on the above link, click on your State, fill in the necessary information, print it out, and mail it in!! It's a simple as that!! As you all know, this will be the most important election in our lifetime. Our future depends on it, and the future of our children depends on it. It is an election we MUST win!! DO...
  • Pray for Thomas Hamill - brave captured American Patriot.

    04/10/2004 11:57:32 PM PDT · by TomasUSMC · 38 replies · 2,166+ views
    <p>Mr. Tom Hamill was captured when his convoy was attacked by Muslim guerrillas. He showed great courage and patriotism when interviewed immediately after being captured he said, " Our convoy was attacked, thats all I'm saying."</p> <p>Militants threatened to kill American hostage Thomas Hamill, 43, of Macon, Miss., who was the latest in a series of kidnappings in Iraq.</p>
  • Congressional Races to watch so far 2004 - ALL States

    04/09/2004 11:41:43 PM PDT · by Dan from Michigan · 20 replies · 10,035+ views
    Several Sources | 4-8-04 | Dan from MI
    I've seen the senate races heating up, but not nearly as much on the house seats. I'm mostly using information from DC POLITICAL REPORT and POLITICS1. STATES Alabama DISTRICT 3 - The other Mike Rogers (R) won in 02 with 50.3% over Democrat Joe Turnham(48.2%) in an open seat. So far, it looks as he is facing Democrat Bill Fuller, Ex-State Human Resources Commissioner. I haven't heard much about this race, but the first defense is hardest. Alaska SENATE - Lisa Murkowski(R) vs Ex governor Tony Knowles. This will be a tough race as Knowles is an ex-governor and Murkowski...
  • Why Spanish Election results are irrelevent to US War on Terror

    03/15/2004 7:06:23 AM PST · by MNJohnnie · 4 replies · 2,593+ views
    3/15/04 | John Knight
    Journalists, political pundits and other Hysteric Left activists are desperately trying to spin some cosmic significance out of Sunday's Spanish elections. The "conventional wisdom" is that the Spanish Election results are some sort of significant defeat for President Bush and the War on Terror. As usual the "News Media's" thinking is neither conventional nor wise. What all the various activists miss is the reality of American Exceptionalism. As much as the International Political Left hates, and try's to deny, the reality is the USA operates on a completely different political level then the rest of the world. On Sunday, the...
  • Kerry Laughed at and Booed in a Black Church

    03/14/2004 5:34:05 PM PST · by MidTown_Doc · 8 replies · 1,408+ views
    The Warroom with Jim Quinn ^ | March 8, 2004 | Jim Quinn
    This audio (The Warroom with Jim Quinn - WPGB Pittsburgh) contains a partial recording of the Kerry debacle the media is hiding. It was broadcast in it's entire state on Jackson, MS local television. Anyone have the audio links? How can you resist Kerry muttering the words "my brother" to be followed by a chorus of laughter? Then receiving rounding boo's and catcalls for his equating the civil rights to gay rights? You've got help me here ...
  • Mike Lott gets U.S. House nomination in Mississippi

    03/10/2004 5:37:58 PM PST · by Clintonfatigued · 8 replies · 1,422+ views
    The Sun Herald ^ | March 10, 2004 | Mike Cummings
    State Representative Mike Lott handily won the Republican primary Tuesday to face Congressman Gene Taylor.
  • Democrat Primary turnout not a even close to being a record

    03/09/2004 8:08:22 PM PST · by MNJohnnie · 3 replies · 2,798+ views
    Accuracy In Media ^ | Paul Weyrich
    The reason for my apology was that throughout this primary season we have been hearing about the record turnout of voters participating in Democrat caucuses and primaries. I bought the lie. The truth is that, except for Iowa and New Hampshire, there has not been any sort of record turnout for the Democrats. Even in New Hampshire the vote was far less than what the Republicans had when they last had a contested primary in 2000. The Democrats this year had 219,787 votes in their primary. The GOP in 2000 had 239,523 votes. That 20,000 difference is major in a...
  • Freep this poll

    03/07/2004 10:07:11 AM PST · by MNJohnnie · 8 replies · 2,575+ views
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  • Heinz Foundation Bankrolled Group Protesting Bush 9/11 Ads

    03/07/2004 6:25:25 AM PST · by MNJohnnie · 11 replies · 4,351+ views
    http://newsmax.com/archives/ic/2004/3/6/121052.shtml Well isn't this intresting. The "objective news media" supposed 9-11 surviors protesting Bush's ads are actually anti-war stooges financed by John Kerry's wife. Please take a moment and vist the New York Times, Washington Post, MSNBC, CBS, NBC and ABC etc to email the Omsbudsman, the Publisher, the News Editor and demand to know why they allowed clearly partisan advocates of Kerry's Presidential Campaign were presented on their "News" programs with no reference to their ties to the Kerry camp. We absolutely must demand the "News Media" be held accountable for their free advertising for the Kerry camp.
  • Bush Ads help get the word out

    03/04/2004 11:30:46 AM PST · by MNJohnnie · 3 replies · 5,816+ views
    http://www.georgewbush.com/tvads/ Here is a link to the 1st three Bush Re-election ads. As expected the DNC directed its "Objective News Media" mouthpieces at CNN, NBC, CBS and ABC to generate phoney hysteria about these ads. Compared to the demogagery and lies spread by the Kerry Campaign, Moveon.org and the DNC about Bush for the last 6 months, this is probably the mildest sets of ads that have run so far this political season. Please email this link to every person on you email contact list. We need to get as many people as possible to see these ads. They are...
  • Conservatives Unite!

    02/06/2004 10:45:27 AM PST · by rcofdayton · 9 replies · 2,640+ views
    Self ^ | 6 Feb 04 | rcofdayton
    Conservatives should write in Tom Tancredo in the primary ballot to demonstrate the depth of concern we have with the President. If enough do this, he will get the message.
  • Stephanie Summers-O’Neal Formally Announces Candidacy for U.S. Congress [MS-2]

    01/02/2004 11:30:45 AM PST · by JohnnyZ · 2 replies · 2,722+ views
    Magnolia Report ^ | December 19, 2003 | Summers-O'Neal campaign
    Jackson, MS -- Stephanie Summers-O’Neal, a Jackson native and local business owner, announced her historic candidacy for Mississippi’s second congressional district during press conferences in Jackson and Greenville today. Summers-O’Neal will be the first African-American, female, Republican elected to the U.S. Congress when Mississippians send her to Congress next November. “As a citizen of the Second District, I believe we deserve the best this country has to offer. We deserve better job opportunities so we can build better lives, quality education so our children can contribute to society, access to the best in health care, and strong communities in which...
  • Current Party Control (By State)

    10/27/2003 3:55:28 PM PST · by rightcoast · 9 replies · 6,718+ views
    Politics1 ^ | October 27, 2003 | rightcoast
    Below is a list of each state and its "Political Party statistics", meaning that state's current governor, U.S. Senators, U.S. Congressmen, and who they voted for in the 2000 election.  This is useful data in trying to predict future voting trends.   AlabamaGovernor Bob Riley (R)Senator Richard Shelby (R)Senator Jeff Sessions (R)5 Republican Congressmen2 Democrat Congressmen2000 Election: Bush AlaskaGovernor Frank Murkowski (R)Senator Lisa Murkowski (R)Senator Ted Stevens (R)1 Republican Congressman2000 Election: Bush ArizonaGovernor Janet Napolitano (D)Senator John McCain (R)Senator Jon Kyl (R)6 Republican Congressmen2 Democrat Congressmen2000 Election: Bush ArkansasGovernor Mike Huckabee (R)Senator Blanche Lincoln (D)Senator Mark Pryor (D)3 Democrat Congressmen1 Republican Congressman2000 Election:...
  • Herring says Northeast Mississippi key to governor's mansion

    05/31/2003 10:59:53 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 2 replies · 1,033+ views
    Daily Journal ^ | 5/29/03 | Jane Clark Summers
    CORINTH - Northeast Mississippi voters will decide who will serve as governor for the next four years, Mississippi Republican Party Chairman Jim Herring predicted Thursday at a Rotary Club address in Corinth. "Whoever wins in Northeast Mississippi will be the governor," Herring said. "It is the battleground area of this state. If the Republicans establish dominance in Northeast Mississippi this year, we will win." Herring, who has served as head of the state party for three years, said his analysis of state elections four years ago showed Republican Mike Parker could have won the governor's race if the party had...