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  • Santorum Organizing; Warren Buffet Supporting Hillary in 2016

    11/15/2012 2:47:08 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 75 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 11/15/2012 | Paul Stanley
    Inside sources close to Rick Santorum are saying the former Pennsylvania senator and 2012 GOP contender is already organizing for a run in 2016. On the other side of the aisle, investor Warren Buffett is already touting his choice to succeed President Obama in the White House. A leading evangelical leader who is close to Santorum and asked not to be identified, told The Christian Post on Wednesday that Santorum is "organizing and making all the necessary preparations" for another run in the 2016 Republican primary. "Rick's getting ready organized and is not going to be behind the eight-ball when...
  • Bill and Hillary Clinton: America's power couple

    08/09/2009 2:37:20 PM PDT · by altair · 8 replies · 561+ views
    UK Telegraph ^ | 7:00AM BST 09 Aug 2009 | Philip Sherwell
    Both Clintons are suddenly back on the world stage - but this time the third person in their marriage isn't an intern, it's a president. From New York, Philip Sherwell dissects the ultimate in power couples.It was vintage Bill Clinton. The former US president had been lying low and licking his wounds after being slammed for some intemperate outbursts during his wife's failed run for the White House. But that semi-seclusion ended in headline-grabbing fashion last week as he burst back on to the world stage with a foray to North Korea to collect two jailed US journalists sentenced to...
  • This is FUNNY! If only we had more of these "expose" Obama moments courtesy of dimbulb Obats!!

    10/12/2008 3:41:55 PM PDT · by dascallie · 11 replies · 1,891+ views
    Boy, Chris Matthews really changed his tune since February..I guess this was before his "leg-thrill" moment.
  • YouBoob-Too uninformed to vote?

    08/01/2007 2:13:58 PM PDT · by GATOR NAVY · 28 replies · 754+ views
    NRO ^ | 1 Aug 07 | Jonah Goldberg
    Can you name all three branches of government? Can you name even one? Do you know who your congressman is? Your senators? Do you even know how many senators each state gets? If you know the answers to these questions (and you probably do because you’re an NRO reader), you’re in the minority. A very high percentage of the U.S. electorate isn’t very well qualified to vote, if by “qualified” you mean having a basic understanding of our government, its functions and its challenges. Almost half of the American public doesn’t know that each state gets two senators. More than...
  • Caption John Kerry being snubbed in Iraq's US Embassy mess hall (Priceless!)

    12/28/2006 5:31:36 AM PST · by redstates4ever · 33 replies · 3,622+ views
    Hot Talk ^ | 12/28/06 | Hot Talk
    ""This is a true story.....Check out this photo from our mess hall at the US Embassy yesterday morning. Sen. Kerry found himself all alone while he was over here. He cancelled his press conference because no one came, he worked out alone in the gym w/o any soldiers even going up to say hi or ask for an autograph (I was one of those who was in the gym at the same time), and he found himself eating breakfast with only a couple of folks who are obviously not troops. What is amazing is Bill O'Reilly came to visit...
  • Electronic Voting Can't Be Trusted

    11/29/2006 11:14:22 AM PST · by lifelong_republican · 107 replies · 1,309+ views
    Sun-Sentinel ^ | 29 November 2006 | Norma Fisher
    "...These machines must go. There is no way to know if one's vote is accurately accounted for..."
  • To My Conservative Brothers and Sisters,( a Michael Moore barfaroo )

    11/27/2006 5:20:10 AM PST · by jmaroneps37 · 23 replies · 956+ views ^ | Nov. 16, 2006 | Michael Moore
    I know you are dismayed and disheartened at the results of last week's election. You're worried that the country is heading toward a very bad place you don't want it to go. Your 12-year Republican Revolution has ended with so much yet to do, so many promises left unfulfilled. You are in a funk, and I understand. Well, cheer up, my friends! Do not despair. I have good news for you. I, and the millions of others who are now in charge with our Democratic Congress, have a pledge we would like to make to you, a list of promises...
  • Hillary Condi Ho Down (Vanity)

    10/05/2006 10:08:24 AM PDT · by roaddog727 · 4 replies · 967+ views
    i.euniverse ^ | today | UNK
    A humorous rendition
  • Hillary/Condi HoDown

    I received this in an email and thought some of you might get a kick out of it, (I did). Mc
  • Did WWIII Actually Begin in 1979 ?

    08/02/2006 9:11:31 AM PDT · by genefromjersey · 5 replies · 270+ views
    The Inside Straight ^ | 08/02/06 | vanity
    A speech, attributed to a Navy Captain from NAS Pensacola,details a number of warlike acts carried out against the US prior to 9/11.
  • Missing migrants put area farms in tight spot [illegals=missing migrants]

    07/10/2006 7:40:22 AM PDT · by SJackson · 73 replies · 1,117+ views
    The Daily News ^ | 7-10-06 | Sophie Swecker
    WOODLAND --- A third of Jerry Dobbins' 155-acre strawberry crop rotted on the vine this year. His blueberry bushes are so heavy with fruit that the branches are hanging near the ground. There is no one to pick them. Dobbins Farm in Woodland is one of many farms across the state facing a huge labor shortage this growing season, as tighter security along the U.S.-Mexico border has crimped the supply of Latino migrant farm workers. The strawberry harvest, one of the hardest fruits to pick because of it's low proximity to the ground, has already come and gone at Dobbins'...
  • Howard Kaloogian - Photo by candidate not taken in Baghdad

    04/02/2006 9:44:48 AM PDT · by Fred · 12 replies · 939+ views
    San Diego Union Tribune ^ | March 30, 2006 | Bill Ainsworth
    SACRAMENTO – During his congressional campaign, Howard Kaloogian has portrayed himself as an aggressive conservative willing to go the extra mile, or in this case, 7,000 miles, to show that the war in Iraq is going well. But a funny thing happened on the way back from Baghdad – at least according to Kaloogian: His group stopped in Istanbul, their pictures got confused and now he's at the center of a national Internet photo scandal. For weeks, Kaloogian's campaign Web site featured a photo of a peaceful city block to help make his case that things are going well in...
  • Google's Attack on Bush

    03/17/2006 7:04:33 AM PST · by mcvey · 54 replies · 1,088+ views
    I was tipped off to this last night, checked it this morning and found it to be true. If you go to Google, type in "failure" and then hit the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button, you get a copy of the White House website for George Bush. Ok. Please ping the people you know. I am not certain who watches our list, but I have seen it picked up by various places. Thanks, McVey
  • Muslims Denounce Danish Cartoon Caricature of Prophet (Demand UN sanctions!!)

    01/30/2006 1:38:07 PM PST · by Proud_USA_Republican · 26 replies · 923+ views
    Muslim American Society ^ | 1/30/2006 | MASNET
    CAIRO, Jan 30 (MASNET & News Agencies) - The Muslim world's two main political bodies have said they were seeking a U.N. resolution, backed by possible sanctions, to protect religions following an outcry caused by publication in Scandinavia of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed (saw). Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) secretary general Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu told reporters in Cairo Sunday that the international body would "ask the U.N. general assembly to pass a resolution banning attacks on religious beliefs." The deputy secretary general of the Arab League, Ahmed Ben Helli, confirmed that contacts were under way for such a proposal...
  • Warriors and wusses

    01/24/2006 9:38:49 AM PST · by seanmerc · 50 replies · 1,162+ views
    The Los Angeles Times ^ | January 24, 2006 | Joel Stein, Los Angeles Times
    Warriors and wusses I DON'T SUPPORT our troops. This is a particularly difficult opinion to have, especially if you are the kind of person who likes to put bumper stickers on his car. Supporting the troops is a position that even Calvin is unwilling to urinate on. I'm sure I'd like the troops. They seem gutsy, young and up for anything. If you're wandering into a recruiter's office and signing up for eight years of unknown danger, I want to hang with you in Vegas. And I've got no problem with other people — the ones who were for the...
  • Subject: The Marine and the Professor.

    01/11/2006 2:17:30 PM PST · by paltz · 3 replies · 481+ views
    Subject: The Marine and the Professor. A Marine was attending a college course between missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. The professor, an avowed atheist, shocked the class one day when he walked in, looked toward the ceiling, and said loudly, "God, if you are real, then I want you to knock me off this platform. I'll give you exactly 15 minutes."The lecture room fell silent and the professor began his lecture. Ten minutes went by and the professor proclaimed, "Here I am God - still waiting." It got down to the last minute when the Marine stood up, walked toward...
  • Michael Schiavo thinking of his own political future when he endorsed Tim Kaine(D)? (that Schiavo)

    11/06/2005 6:14:01 PM PST · by Former Military Chick · 100 replies · 1,783+ views
    National Journal ^ | Nov. 3, 2005 | National Journal
    Why did Michael Schiavo, a Floridian with Pennsylvania roots, endorse Democrat Tim Kaine's run for Virginia governor? Your guess is as good as Kaine's, whose campaign first learned the news on Wednesday after Schiavo's PR firm gave the mini-scoop to the Washington Post. The maneuver was meant to motivate base Democrats in Virginia six days before the Nov. 8 vote. Schiavo's statement said lots of mean things about Jeb Bush and Florida, and only a few nice things about Kaine and Virginia. This makes us wonder: Is Schiavo focused on Virginia's well being, or his own political future? Doesn't Florida...
  • Starbucks cups with gay author's quote pulled from Baylor

    09/20/2005 9:34:23 AM PDT · by BurbankKarl · 30 replies · 1,209+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | 9/20/05 | ap
    WACO, Texas – Coffee cups with a gay author's quote about growing up homosexual have been pulled from Baylor University's Starbucks coffee shop. Dining contractor Aramark pulled the cups earlier this month from the campus store following an e-mail sent to Baylor's dining service, saying the quote was inappropriate at a Baptist University. Aramark, which oversees the coffee outlet, consulted with Starbucks' district office and removed the cups to avoid offending others, Baylor officials said Monday. "My understanding is it was a decision made by Baylor dining services staff, and I've not yet been able to trace it back to...
  • Evacuees surprise ABC with Bush praise

    09/16/2005 3:23:01 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 103 replies · 4,566+ views
    WND ^ | September 16, 2005
    Reporter apparently sought critical remarks after speechAn ABC News reporter who apparently expected hurricane evacuees to criticize the president after his speech last night, instead heard words of praise for Bush and blame for local officials. Dean Reynolds, in the parking lot of Houston's Astrodome, spoke with black evacuees from New Orleans, but "not one of the six people interviewed on camera had a bad word for Bush – despite Reynolds' best efforts," said the Media Research Center in a report on the segment. "You talk about a major big media backfire, folks, this is it," commented radio talk host...
  • Pat Robertson Calls for Hugo Chavez's Assassination

    08/23/2005 4:30:32 PM PDT · by no dems · 106 replies · 2,455+ views | 8-23-05 | The Associated Press
    Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson suggested on-air that American operatives assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to stop his country from becoming "a launching pad for communist infiltration and Muslim extremism." "We have the ability to take him out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability," Robertson said Monday on the Christian Broadcast Network's "The 700 Club." "We don't need another $200 billion war to get rid of one, you know, strong-arm dictator," he continued. "It's a whole lot easier to have some of the covert operatives do the job and then get it over with." Chavez...