Tag Archive for "2012 Presidential Race"

Democratic Convention Tarnished By Restrictive ID Requirement

  Shock and outrage tarnished the opening of the Democratic National Convention as EVERY person was not only required to show some sort of ID, but actually required to show ID containing their photograph before being allowed to enter the convention.  Things got worse when a further requirement was added requiring everyone wanting to enter the convention…
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Obama Murdergate Scandal Grows

  “I’m going to hold my breath until this goes away!” June has been a bad month for one-term President Obama and it is getting worse by the day.  Today, a congressional committee voted overwhelmingly (23-17) to issue a contempt citation to United States Attorney General Eric Holder for his failure to cooperate with a…
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Governor Martinez Headlines OC Flag Day

  Featuring New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez the 12th annual OCGOP Flag Day Celebration will take place tonight at 7:00 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Irvine. Martinez was elected in November 2, 2010 pledging to cut wasteful spending, lower taxes to create more jobs, end “pay-to-play” practices and other corruption in government and fight to reform…
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Cain Accuser Made A Habit Of Seeking Payoff

First Karen Kraushaar got a payoff from the National Restaurant Trade Association, then immediately sought yet another pay off from her very next job at the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service – difference being that this time the INS was actually interested in investigating a claim rather than quietly paying off some one before…
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Michele Bachman Meets One Cool Dude At Big Canyon

Let me tell you, I am one cool dude.  Tonight I was at a meeting of the New Majority at Big Canyon to hear Minnesota Congresswoman and Presidential Candidate Michele Bachman speak.  There were small conversations clusters spread out through the small banquet room and I sauntered across the room to join a cluster three…
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Perry Launches Presidential Bid In Front Of Cheering OC Crowd

Texas Governor Rick Perry kicked off his 2012 run for the United States Presidency at Newport Beach’s Roger’s Gardens before a lively and vocal crowd of about 1000 supporters.  Not surprisingly, Perry’s speech focused on the economy and job creation pointing out the gains made by Texas in the past four years in stark contrast…
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Gang of Six “Plan” Smoke and Mirrors

The increasingly famous “Gang of Six,” a bipartisan group of senators attempting to come up with a universally acceptable proposal to increase the debt limit, unfortunately has instead come up with a “plan” that makes it impossible to know how it would work.  The media and lawmakers try and make it sound like the core…
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New Poll Shows Obama In Trouble

In a series of polls conducted in the week of June 10-18, only 23% of Americans now say that they are likely to vote for President Obama.  Increasingly troubled by the economy, more Americans are convinced the country is headed in the wrong direction and fewer approve of President Barack Obama’s economic stewardship.  Twenty-six percent…
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Confusion Blankets Obama

  Had George W. or Ronald Reagan made such a blunder the media would have immediately had a feeding frenzy, but not with the Anointed One.  Touring Westminster Abbey President Obama paused to sign the guest book of the Unknown Soldier: It is a great privilege to commemorate our common heritage, and common sacrifice. Barack…
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An Intimate Lunch With the Impressive John Thune

What is probably most impressive about South Dakota Senator John Thune is that his down to earth regular guy persona is actually the real thing.   I had the rare opportunity to sit down to lunch with Senator Thune and about 40 other lucky souls for a little more than an hour today in Santa Ana…
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