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Romney Accused of Swaying Primaries [Update]

The Republican National Committee (RNC) has established a list of rules that requires certain states to hold their primaries/caucus’ before any others. Within those 5 ‘first in the nation’ states, there are state laws that require they hold their primaries/caucus’ so many days before or after a similar poll. As an example, New Hampshire’s law … Continue reading

Did Herman Cain Already Name V.P. Picks?

The media is already hounding Herman Cain on why he would already be mentioning his V.P. picks when we haven’t even had a primary or caucus yet. From what I gathered from what Cain said on the Steve Gill radio show, I’m not so sure he actually chose his picks, but you can read and/or … Continue reading

Obama’s Democratic Opponent

Only those who do a little political research in lieu of relying on the media know that there are currently eleven, not nine, GOP candidates vying for the nomination to be on the 2012 ballot against Incumbent President Barack Obama. Or maybe the ‘other’ Democrat presidential candidate. That’s right, since January of this year there … Continue reading

Media darlings dump P5, Cain steals show with props from Santorum [UPDATE]

Today Florida’s Presidency 5 had a string of events leading up to the afternoon straw poll, with results said to be given by FL Gov. Rick Scott around 5:45 PM ET. Florida takes pride in being the one state whose straw polls has picked the Republican nominee who later went on to win the presidency … Continue reading

Campaign 2012: Analysts Follow the Money Trail [updated Aug. 19]

It’s nothing new to “political junkies”, as the media now calls common citizens who take their politics seriously, that the media is bias. Yes, you have your left-leaning networks versing FOX News who purportedly leans right, but the most common denominator of all networks when it comes to major election season is the money. It … Continue reading

Obama’s Broken and Backward Speaking Record

On his new campaign tour today, while addressing an audience in Iowa, Obama is cited as passing the blame of the failure in Washington to come to a debt agreement on partisan politics: “6:22 p.m. –As he did earlier today in Cannon Falls, Minn., Obama talks about the nation’s economic challenges — and the Washington … Continue reading

Letter from Rep. André Carson (D) IN.

In a letter dated June 3, 2011 and sent out via a mass mailing to his constituents in the 7th district, Democratic Rep. André Carson addresses the high price of gas in the kick-off to his 2012 re-election bid. Dear Friend, As you know, Indianapolis gas prices skyrocketed above $4.00 per gallon recently and still … Continue reading

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