No Image

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 […]

No Image

SC US Senate Candidate Vic Rawl files protest of election results

June 14, 2010 politisite 0

South Carolina Democratic Senate Candidate, Vic Rawl, filed a protest of last Tuesday’s election results with the South Carolina Democratic Party.  Rawl said he, did not file the  protest for personal or political gain, but on behalf of the people of South Carolina.  He cites irregularities in the election results that caused him to lose and his opponent, Alvin Greene to win by nearly thirty thousand votes. There is a […]

No Image

S.C. Democratic Party asks winner of Senate race to withdraw

June 9, 2010 politisite 0

South Carolina Democrat Senate Candidate, Alvin Greene, doesn’t have money, Yard signs, a website, or a comprehensive platform.  What he does have is a felony.  Greene won against Vic Rawl who was favored to win the election.  Following hearing about Greenes pending legal issues, the South Carolina Democratic Party has asked him to withdraw from the race. Greene, a 32-year-old unemployed African-American Army veteran, raised no money in his short […]

No Image

Congress takes first steps to circumvent Supreme Court ruling

February 13, 2010 politisite 0

In response to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the recent Citizens United v. FEC case — which overturned campaign finance law that barred corporations and unions from paying unlimited sums for political ads and was widely hailed by conservatives as a victory for first-amendment rights — Democratic leaders in Congress have begun taking steps to circumvent the decision. Reports the Financial Times: Senior Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation yesterday that would […]