Rep. James P. Moran Jr. (D-Va.) is once again drawing attention for making controversial comments to the media, after the told the Arab television network Alhurra that the GOP won in November because many Americans don’t want a black president. In the interview, which has been flagged by the Weekly Standard and The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin, Moran said that Democratic losses in the 2010 elections … … happened because […]
This year we’ve turned Obama and Biden into puppets to sing a duet of regret. After a grueling year of Wikileaks and oil spills, join our Oval Officers in kicking off 2011 by kicking 2010 out the door! Related: See more funny videos at http://sendables.jibjab.com !
Read the Lawsuit – PDF: Miller v. Division of Elections complaint Alaska’s bitterly contested Senate election went to state court Monday when Republican Joe Miller sued the state over the way write-in ballots for his GOP rival have been counted. Miller is trying to stop the state from using discretion in determining voter intent on write-in ballots cast for Sen. Lisa Murkowski. The Associated Press last week called the race […]
After a while it gets old being an ass. Elephants are more social and won’t forget the move that four Democrats are making. They are switching to the Republican party. Some say folks like to be on the winning team. Others are saying they were promised something. The truth is that being fiscal conservative and pro-life is out of favor with the Democratic party. Shame this is all about the State House in Alabama.
Hopefully United States House Democrats will take a look at the new Majority in the GOP and do as they have done in Alabama
Come on in.. the water is warm.
An Alaska federal judge ruled Friday that Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller’s challenge to the counting of write-in ballots raises “serious” legal issues but is a matter for a state, not federal, court to decide. Yet in deferring to an Alaska state court for a final decision, U.S. District Judge Ralph Beistline said he would grant a temporary injunction to halt official certification of the Nov. 2 election — an […]
From the New York Times, a softball question: “In what ways is politics harder for women than men?” From Nancy Pelosi: “For example, when I became the speaker, we won 30 seats. It was a victorious thing — I was the first woman speaker. It didn’t get that much play. And I’m not a publicity seeker, so it was O.K. with me. Boehner, before the election, they had him on […]
For 34-year-old Adam Green, the midterm elections were not a repudiation of liberalism but a rejection of Barack Obama’s accommodating style. “The only way to get the Republicans to the table,” he says, “is to punch them in the face real hard on one issue.” So when he read this month about White House aides conceding that they would likely support a tax-cut extension for the richest 2% of Americans […]
Maybe the election told us more then we thought. Independent Middle America voted for Republicans because their districts and states don’t have Bed Bugs and Rabid Bats. Liberal Environmentalists who have disdain for TNT and other pesticides are causing the inner cities to be overrun by pests. You made you bed… now Lie in it! Oh and watch you head!
Has Nancy Pelosi lost more than just the Speaker position in the House? Today’s vote shows that more than just the ‘blue dogs’ have problems with a Pelosi minority leader. There are many reasons why Democrats suffered its worst defeat in the House since 1938 — a net loss of 61 as of this writing, with the possibility of three more seats falling to the GOP. Nancy Pelosi may not […]
House Democrats voted Wednesday to retain Nancy Pelosi as their leader when they become the chamber’s minority party in January. By a vote of 150-43, House Democrats voted for the California lawmaker as their leader over challenger Rep. Heath Shuler of North Carolina. Votes were cast by secret ballot. Pelosi had four members speak on her behalf in the Democrats’ closed-door meeting. She was nominated by Rep. Mike Doyle of […]