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Guess the Party? Congressman Sues Over Sandwich

January 26, 2011 politisite 0

Here is a Hint, Which political party has the most Lawyers? Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D., Ohio) filed suit against Restaurants Associates Inc. of New York, its parent company, Compass Group, and two food distributors over a sandwich he bought in April 2008 at a House cafeteria. Mr. Kucinich suffered “serious and permanent injuries” when he chomped down on one or more unpitted olives, according to a complaint filed in the […]

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So much for the new era of political civility Democratic Congressman Compares GOP Health Care Attacks to Nazi 'Lies'

January 19, 2011 politisite 0

Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., compared Republican attacks on the health care overhaul to Nazi propaganda advanced by Joseph Goebbels that led to the Holocaust. Cohen, who is Jewish, made the remarks to a mostly empty chamber on Tuesday night as he argued against a Republican bill to repeal the health care law. “They don’t like the truth so they summarily dismiss it,” Cohen said. “They say it’s a government takeover […]

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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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Omnibus Bill Killed, Democrat McCaskill says GOP throws stones, not without Earmark Sin

December 16, 2010 politisite 0

Sen. GOP Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has long been known as an effective whip, and Thursday night he showed his prowess as he effectively stripped Democrats of the GOP votes needed to pass the $1.2 trillion omnibus spending bill, killing the measure for good. A visibly frustrated and angry Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid of Nevada, lashed out, saying that he had nine GOP senators supporting the measure, but that […]

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Fidel Castro: America a Ruined Nation, Tea Party is Extreme and Leading to Fascism

November 18, 2010 politisite 0

Fidel sounds like Democrat leadership talking points. Well, it’s official. If this monster is threatened by it, the Tea Party can’t be all bad: Speaking to a group of students visiting Havana, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro accused the Tea Party of leading the United States towards “fascism.” In his comments, Castro chided the United States as a “ruined nation” and derided the Tea Party as “extreme right.” I mean […]

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New Video Spoofs Democrat Sen. Barbara Boxer’s Infamous “Call Me Senator” Moment – Video

October 25, 2010 politisite 0

Call Me Madam Joe from RightChange on Vimeo. Here is an outstanding and hilarious new video that spoofs California Democrat Sen. Barbara Boxer’s “Call Me Senator” moment with a U.S. General. The General addressed Boxer as “Ma’am,” which is completely respectful and in accord with military protocol. But Boxer told him she wanted to be called “Senator” because, “I worked so hard for that title.” This video absolutely skewers Boxer […]

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Democrat Slaps Black Republican During Debate (Video)

October 18, 2010 politisite 0

Dem Rep. Ed Perlmutter slapped GOP challenger Ryan Frazier, a veteran, during their debate while arguing over Obamacare. Via Jammie Wearing Fool: Michael Sadoval at NRO reported on the incident: Democratic Rep. Ed Perlmutter and GOP challenger Ryan Frazier verbally sparred over many issues, from energy and taxes to foreign policy and the national debt. But it was during an exchange over health care, and the health care bill itself, […]

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Democrat Timothy Horrigan quits NH House over Palin death remark

August 12, 2010 politisite 0

CONCORD, N.H.—A Democrat who quipped on Facebook about Sarah Palin’s death quit the state Legislature on Thursday and apologized for his remarks. Rep. Timothy Horrigan of Durham delivered a letter of resignation to the House speaker and also said he was discontinuing his re-election campaign. Horrigan had posted Wednesday that a “dead Palin wd be even more dangerous than a live one” and said she “is all about her myth […]

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California Congressional candidate vows hunger strike until opponent agrees to debate

August 11, 2010 politisite 0

One of the frustrations of political challengers is getting the incumbent to debate. Ray Lutz, a Democratic candidate in the 52nd Congressional District in eastern San Diego County, has a novel approach: a hunger strike until one-term Republican incumbent Duncan D. Hunter agrees to debate. “Until Hunter steps up to the plate, I’ll be stepping away from the dinner plate,” Lutz said. The hunger strike is set to officially begin […]

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Michigan Primary Results- Seven Term Democrat Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick loses Re-election Bid

August 4, 2010 politisite 0

Another one bites the dust! And another one,  and another one,  another incumbent bites the dust Seven-term Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (D-MI) became the latest Congressional casualty in a primary season fraught with anti-incumbent furor early Wednesday morning. State Sen. Hansen Clarke (D) upset Kilpatrick in a stunner to secure the Democratic nomination in Michigan’s 13th Congressional district. Kilpatrick became the fourth House member to lose their primary this year. […]