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2012 Potential Presidential Candidates – Add these sites to your Bookmarks

December 20, 2010 Politisite 0

Here is a site that evaluates potential 2012 presidential candidate. Worth a book mark It is also broken down by Party: Republican, Democrat, Libertarian and Independent. Additionally,   there is a candidate comparison tool that allows you to choose candidates and compare biographies and issues between various choices. While  it is a bit early to determine, this site may be a good tool for the 2012 presidential campaign. Related: The […]

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Alvin Greene Plans Presidential Run in 2012 as a REPUBLICAN!

November 21, 2010 Politisite 0

Alvin Greene has decided to mad a bid for President in 2012. He related to a local radio show, that he is upset with the Democratic party’s lack of support for his Senate Bid against Senator Jim DeMint and will run as a Republican. This comes after the GOP and Tea Party got behind and African-American Candidate in SC, Tim Scott. Scott was able to beat the grand son for Strom Thurmond in the Primaries and easley beat the Democrat candidate in the Midterm. Greene figures he should get better support from the GOP.

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Democratic Strategist and Pollster: Obama should not seek reelection in 2012

November 15, 2010 Politisite 0

President Obama must decide now how he wants to govern in the two years leading up to the 2012 presidential election.
In recent days, he has offered differing visions of how he might approach the country’s problems. At one point, he spoke of the need for “mid-course corrections.” At another, he expressed a desire to take ideas from both sides of the aisle. And before this month’s midterm elections, he said he believed that the next two years would involve “hand-to-hand combat” with Republicans, whom he also referred to as “enemies.”
It is clear that the president is still trying to reach a resolution in his own mind as to what he should do and how he should do it.
This is a critical moment for the country. From the faltering economy to the burdensome deficit to our foreign policy struggles, America is suffering a widespread sense of crisis and anxiety about the future. Under these circumstances, Obama has the opportunity to seize the high ground and the imagination of the nation once again, and to galvanize the public for the hard decisions that must be made. The only way he can do so, though, is by putting national interests ahead of personal or political ones.
To that end, we believe Obama should announce immediately that he will not be a candidate for reelection in 2012

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Obama in Rolling Stone: Accomplished 70 percent of promises

September 28, 2010 Politisite 0

What do you say to those people who have developed a sense of frustration — your base — who feel that you need to fight harder? That’s a bunch of different questions, so let me see if I can kind of knock them out one by one. One of the healthy things about the Democratic Party is that it is diverse and opinionated. We have big arguments within the party […]

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Hillary Clinton's Campaign for 2012 Is Underway

September 10, 2010 Politisite 0

Hillary’s campaign for the Democrat nomination for president in 2012 began last June 8, when, during an interview with an Ecuadorean television reporter, she announced the Department of Justice’s plan to bring a lawsuit against Arizona’s immigration act. The conventional wisdom among news outlets back then was that while speaking off-script, she prematurely “let the cat out of the bag” — so wrote the Huffington Post. The episode was widely […]

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Hillary being primed for 2012 Run by Democratic Party, Biden Out?

August 9, 2010 Politisite 0

Right now, Joe Biden is sitting in a chair somewhere, perhaps sipping a glass of wine and enjoying the company of the Cartoon Network’s prime time programming. Seemingly delightfully oblivious to the position he’s in, Joe has become the unwitting scapegoat to the problems of the Obama administration. That is, after Obama has been blamed of course. So in their scramble to keep a good face on the party, the […]

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14th Amendment enacted to Grant Slaves Citizenship, or for illegals run to the border to have that baby in America

August 6, 2010 Politisite 0

What was the intent of the Amendment?  Restore Blacks to full citizenship that the original Constitution denied them or to all Hispanics to run for the border when they are 8 1/2 months pregnant to achieve citizenship for their baby?  If people would actually look at the case decisions both the prevailing and the descending opinions, Americans would understand the law and it’s original intent. Fourteenth Amendment: West’s Encyclopedia of […]

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Liberal States want to bypass Electoral College in 2012 election

July 20, 2010 Politisite 0

The Electoral College is a frequently discussed, and often criticized, way of choosing the president. Hoping to bypass it, some states believe they’ve come up with a better method. As The Boston Globe reports today (July 20), Massachusetts could become the sixth state — along with Illinois, New Jersey, Hawaii, Maryland and Washington — to pass legislation that would skip the Electoral College system altogether. Under the new plan, the […]

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West Virginia Governor will appoint Carte Goodwin for Byrd Seat

July 16, 2010 Politisite 0

Update: Gov. Manchin appointment of Goodwin will occur at 2 p.m EDT today. Gov. Joe Manchin is tapping his former chief counsel and a member of a prominent West Virginia family, Carte Goodwin, to succeed the late U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd, Democratic officials told The Associated Press on Friday. Three officials familiar with the governor’s pick spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they were not […]

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West Virginia Governor will appoint Carte Goodwin for Byrd Seat

July 16, 2010 Politisite 0

Update: Gov. Manchin appointment of Goodwin will occur at 2 p.m EDT today. Gov. Joe Manchin is tapping his former chief counsel and a member of a prominent West Virginia family, Carte Goodwin, to succeed the late U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd, Democratic officials told The Associated Press on Friday. Three officials familiar with the governor’s pick spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they were not […]