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Archive for the day “April 21, 2012”

Caturday at the Kane’s

‘Whass that Uncle Boy-Boy?’

Mitt Romney’s ‘secret loyalty’ pledge?

Dusting of my very best Captain Jack Sparrow – ‘WHAT?!?’
(I have a strange feeling that I’m going to be using Captain Jack a lot this campaign.)

Secrets and lies. These needs to be the talking points.

For Moderaters and Independents to switch from an incumbant President to a one term Governor for their President, why does he have secrets? Why does he lie?

Show Me The Money! Show Me The Secrets! Show Me The Lies!

Remember to keep your Supreme Court Justice ‘certified’ birth certificate AND now your signed ‘loyalty pledge’ with you to prove your a ‘real’ American.
“that requires any candidate for president or vice president to be certified by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court as being a citizen.”
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Silly me. I thought the Constitution did that.

Did we go back to the 50’s and McCarthyism loyalty oaths?
‘For example, many universities tried to impose loyalty oath on their faculty and administrators’.
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And what is it with Republicans and pledges?
‘Republicans pledge allegiance — often’
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‘Republicans’ ‘Pledge to America’ falls short on some of its facts’.
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‘Members of the Republican National Committee gathering in Arizona were invited to meet with Mitt Romney in private Friday and have their pictures taken with the presumptive GOP nominee, but there was a price of admission: loyalty’.

‘All three members of Iowa’s conservative RNC delegation – party chairman A.J. Spiker and committee members Steve Scheffler and Kim Lehman – attempted to enter the reception but were rebuffed after refusing to sign the delegate pledge’.

‘The dispute became heated in the hallway outside, with the Iowans demanding to know why they had to sign a form to get their picture taken with the former Massachusetts governor’.

‘Several of Romney’s deputies on the committee assured the trio that they could keep their support a secret by checking the appropriate box, but they refused to do so’.
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Mitt Romney said ‘Corporations are people my friend.’

No. They are not.


On the April 19th anniversary of the battles of Lexington and Concord that launched the American Revolution, Free Speech for People has released this one-minute video ad, Montana Standing Up.

Here’s the link.

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“Romney doesn’t talk that way.”

“You have to campaign to govern, not just to win,” he said.
“Spend the precious time and dollars explaining what’s at stake and a constructive program to make life better. And as I say, look at everything through the lens of folks who have yet to achieve.”

Governor Daniels paused and then said “Romney doesn’t talk that way.”

Republican Governor Mitch Daniels

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McConnell Breaks With House GOP, Wants To Avoid September Backlash From Middle Class Americans

Senator McConnell for the most part is a jerk.

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But he also is understanding that this is politics and an election year. Unfortunately people can still vote.

The House on the other hand? The teabag members will again force Boehner to his knees and if they push it, even if it’s just getting close to shutting down the Government, Democrats will win back the House REGARDLESS of what the economy is doing.

Go ahead teabaggers. Make America’s day.

‘House Republican leadership, under pressure from more conservative members of their caucus, last month reneged on the August debt deal and announced that they would cut more spending than was agreed to in the Budget Control Act that raised the debt ceiling’.

‘In his first opportunity to weigh in on the battle, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) yesterday sided with Obama and the Senate Democrats. Led by McConnell, all but two Republicans on the Senate Appropriations Committee voted to uphold the August debt deal’.
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