Hmmm: What did Mike Castle talk about with Obama and Biden last night? By Michelle Malkin • September 15, 2010 11:37 PM It’s been 24 hours since Delaware GOP Senate primary winner Christine O’Donnell dethroned nine-term Soros Republican incumbent Mike Castle. As of tonight, he still hadn’t placed an obligatory call to congratulate her — and his e-mail to supporters doesn’t mention her at all, according to the Delaware News Journal. Even […]
WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden says he never viewed ousted Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s mocking comment about him as a personal attack — but rather a reflection of policy disagreements over Afghanistan. Biden told ABC television’s “This Week” that President Barack Obama’s decision to fire his military commander in Afghanistan over McChrystal’s remarks in Rolling Stone magazine was “the absolutely necessary thing to do.” And he said others in the […]
The Federal Election Commission has penalized Vice President Joe Biden’s 2008 presidential campaign $219,000 for accepting over-the-limit contributions and a deeply discounted flight on a private jet owned by an embattled New York hedge fund, as well as for sloppy record-keeping. Biden’s campaign has indicated to the FEC that it will pay the penalty to the U.S. Treasury to resolve the campaign finance compliance issues, which were revealed in an […]
The POTUS doesn’t like being called “unprepared” especially following the Gulf Oil spill. Look for The General to retire abruptly. My guess, resignation on Friday night.
The top U.S. general in Afghanistan apologized on Monday for comments by his aides insulting some of President Barack Obama’s closest advisers in an article to be published on Friday in Rolling Stone magazine.
Former Senate parliamentarian Robert Dove, a guy who’s been getting a lot of exposure lately, says that the vice president, in his role as president of the Senate, can overrule the parliamentarian’s calls on what provisions fit under reconciliation rules and which don’t — a fact that could fundamentally alter the floor debate should Democrats use the maneuver to bypass Republicans’ filibuster threat. “The parliamentarian only can advise, it is […]
Is our Vice-President a walking danger ready to happen. Bidens Motorcade has killed one person, injured Olympic Gold medal winner Peggy Flemming, and today a Mentally ill person (intellectually challenged for all you PC folks) infatuated with the VP breached security to see him. Id stay away. This from CTV British Columbia A mentally ill man with a homemade security pass was able to get within metres of U.S. Vice […]
Both President Obama and Vice-President Biden campaigned against the surge in Iraq. Now that the surge has worked and Iraq is more stable, Biden gets on Larry King Live and says that Iraq will be one of the major successes of the Administration. So they blame Bush for the negatives and take credit for the success, is that an honest Administration? This from The Atlantic Wire: How Can He Take […]
Near Real Time Election Results on NowPublic from the New Hampshire Primary FINAL REPORT: 1:00 pm January 09, 2008 by Albert N. Milliron Republican – Total Votes – 228531 – 97.% Repprting Candidate Votes Percent DelegatesMcCain 86802 37.98% 7 Romney 73806 32.30% 4 Huckabee26035 11.39% 1 Giuliani 20054 8.78% Paul 17831 7.80% Thompson2808 1.23% Hunter 1195 […]
Dodd, Biden drop out after Iowa defeat By: Martin Kady II January 4, 2008 01:52 AM EST Two Senate veterans — Democrats Joe Biden of Delaware and Chris Dodd of Connecticut — are abandoning their presidential campaigns after very poor showings Thursday night in the Iowa caucuses. Neither mustered more than 1 percent in the intensely competitive contest won by freshman Illinois Sen. Barack Obama. Biden was the most promising […]
The Iowa Caucus? Yeah, I had that, took 2 weeks to get Rid of it!! by politisite | January 3, 2008 at 12:57 am | 1345 views | 5 comments How does a caucuses work?Why is the Iowa caucus so important? During the fall and early winter of every fourth year, the United States turns its full attention to the state of Iowa. How come? Why is the Iowa caucus […]