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Clueless Mitt Romney Says Obama Won With “Gifts” To Blacks And Hispanics

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Even though he was promising “gifts” in the form of tax breaks to rich white people, Mitt Romney came out on Wednesday and told Republican donors that President Obama only won because he gave “gifts” to blacks, Hispanics and young people. “The president’s campaign, if you will, focused on giving targeted groups a big gift,” […]

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Happy Election Day – Huge Voter Turnout Nationwide

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Today is the day that all of us political junkies have been waiting for. Officials are reporting huge lines at most voting locations across the country. As many of us have been reporting over the last few weeks, it’s all going to come down to a few swing states and the President seems to be […]

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Mayor Michael Bloomberg Endorses Barack Obama For President

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The man who once ran as a Republican for the office of Mayor of New York City has endorsed Barack Obama for a second term as President of the United States. Michael Bloomberg, now an independent, backed the President, who spent all of Wednesday with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, surveying the devastation caused by […]

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How Hurricane Sandy Will Affect Voter Turnout

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As the northeast battens down the hatches in preparation for Sandy’s landfall, I can’t help but think of the political ramifications of this cat 1 juggernaut. To be sure, I’m not trying to make light of or overlook the very real dangers and widespread damage this Frankenstorm will certainly cause, but I’m trapped inside, on […]

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Joe Biden Screws Up Again, Forgets Name of Virginia Senate Candidate

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Adding to his long list of verbal miscues, Vice President Joe Biden mixed up the name of the Democratic Senate candidate in Lynchburg, Virginia on Sunday, calling him by the wrong two different times. “I want to tell you, it’s good to be in a state that’s going to be represented by Tim Kaine. What […]

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Barbara Walters Tells Trump: “You’re Making A Fool Of Yourself”

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Legendary news woman Barbara Walters let her old friend Donald Trump know that he’s making a fool of himself with his continued support of the “birther” movement. “Donald, you’re making a fool of yourself,” Walters snapped on “The View” Thursday morning. The TV host, who is in her 6th decade on the air, looked directly […]

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Early Polls Give Obama Big Win In Last Debate

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CNN’s viewer polls showed that President Barack Obama clearly won Monday night’s debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. By a margin of 48 percent to 40 percent, CNN’s viewers found that Obama won tonight’s debate on foreign policy. Even Republican die-hard Ari Fleischer admitted that Obama won the third and final debate. CBS […]

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Cash Money (Record) Election

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With all the talk of excessive government spending & the need for cuts during this election, it’s beautifully ironic that a main takeaway from the 2012 cycle is just how masterfully both candidates can absolutely liquefy and get rid of money with such little effect. As of September 21st, according to the Washington Post, the Republican’s […]

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Obama Gets Big Lift In Florida And In Polls

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At an un-announced campaign stop in Fort Pierce Florida today, President Obama met Scott Van Duzar, who owns a local pizza shop in the small southern town. After complimenting the former New Yorker on his pizza and his pectoral muscles, Van Duzar picked the President up in the air and gave him a huge hug. […]

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America’s Two Party System Leaves Us Two Terrible Choices In November

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In all the years that I have been following politics, I don’t know if I have ever seen an election where it seems both parties dislike their own guy this much. The Republican base, which is made up of conservatives with hard line views on issues such as abortion, smaller government and the sanctity of […]

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