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  • 7/17: New Hampshire 2016 Could Be Swing State

    08/03/2014 3:30:16 PM PDT · by Plummz · 161 replies
    Marist College ^ | 7/17/14 | Marist Poll
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in a close contest against potential GOP rival, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul in a 2016 general election matchup in New Hampshire. Clinton has single-digit leads against New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, and Florida Senator Marco Rubio. She has a wider lead over Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Texas Senator Ted Cruz. But, only against Cruz is Clinton supported by more than 50% of New Hampshire voters. Clinton does better than each of her potential opponents among independent voters. The gender gap in all of these matchups is wide....
  • Conservatives Support for Marriage Equality Growing [retread zig zag zot!]

    03/24/2013 12:47:34 PM PDT · by zigzagzoom · 93 replies
    Human Rights Campaign ^ | Maureen McCarty
    Today Meghan McCain and Margaret Hoover paired up to pen an op-ed for USA Today, calling on conservatives to support marriage equality. In the article, McCain and Hoover outline the inevitable demise of anti-LGBT organizations and leadership, as country continues to shift support toward marriage equality. They wrote: Marriage is marriage, whether a person is straight or gay. Marriage also promotes outcomes that we as conservatives should support: stable homes, with committed couples who take care of themselves without government intrusion. We know the benefits to society from healthy marriages, and we celebrate them. Our fellow Republicans should be strengthening...
  • Now scorching the airwaves: The new 'N-word' [No, not *that* Rush. Got Z-word?]

    06/19/2010 11:40:23 AM PDT · by kirbyu · 36 replies · 1,332+ views
    <p>By perpetuating "negrophilia," which Rush describes as an "undue and inordinate affinity for blacks," whites, fearing a brand of racism, shy from frank commentary about race.</p> <p>"Negrophilia" has confused concepts of charity and infected public policy to disastrous effect – particularly for the black community, Rush says.</p>