Political Relationship

Bush Administration - Criminals

This site is full of 1% wannabes. You know who you are. You dumb asses want to pretend
that your something that your not. You all are a bunch of sheep that the 1% herd along to do their bidding for them. Now you wannabes want to pretend that the bush administration never existed. Well it did exist and was full of criminal activities that you sheep won't admit.
Read it and weep you right wing suck asses.

http://www.netrootsmass.net/hughs-bush-scandals-list/Bush Scandals List
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Chicago teachers turned down 16% raise

It has been reported that a major issue in the Chicago Public School teachers' strike is that the teachers are asking for a 16% raise. The reality is that the strike started after the Chicago teachers turned down a 16% raise!

The teachers want MORE THAN a 16% pay increase, as well as a greater emphasis on arts, music, and gym.

Is it Morning in America, or has hope given way to malaise? (CNN story)

By Kristi Keck, CNN
Presidents Obama, Carter both elected at a time when voters wanted change
Analyst: Carter comparison shows how expectations have changed since Obama's win
Obama, Reagan faced similar problems but approached them differently, Reagan aide says
Obama should worry about who he is, not who he might be, analyst David Gergen says
(CNN) -- Nearly a year after the presidential election, the excitement of Barack Obama's campaign has faded into the reality of an Obama White House.

Children of Liberty candidate forum

The Children of Liberty held their second candidate forum tonight at the Sylvania Branch library in Sylvania Ohio. The candidates who spoke were Ben Konop, Kevin Milliken, and PREZ Washington. Other candidates in attendance were John Adams and Michael Watson. There were about 30 people at the event this evening.

I Twittered the event which you can see here:

Why I defend Jon Stainbrook

After reading Brian's comment that I was up Jon Stainbrook's ass, I felt it was important to clarify my feelings about Jon Stainbrook and the Lucas County Republican Party.

Bill Clinton, in an interview, says a Governor has more experience than Obama

From an interview with former President Bill Clinton by Bloomberg, Bubba says that a Governor is far more experienced to be President than Obama is. So, according to Bubba Clinton, the Republican Presidential candidate is more experienced than Barak Obama AND the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate is more experienced than Barak Obama.

Giuliani in Ohio; says conservative Palin critics are "jerks"

Rudy Giuliani blasted prominent conservative columnists who have criticized Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin as being unqualified and even worthy of being removed from the GOP ticket.

Email from concerned Republicans

This in by e-mail:
Tomorrow the LCRP Central Committee will vote on our party chairman. Before that
vote happens there are some things you need to know about one of the candidates
for that office. Jon Stainbrook is what many would call a wolf in sheeps clothing.
I know many of you have received his letters and newsletters and it all sounds great

E-mail from a new group

This just in via e-mail from a group calling themselves "Concerned Republican Stain Remover"
Dear Republican Leader,

Bob Barr runs for president as Libertarian

The former GOP congressman from Georgia accuses the government of irresponsible spending. He says McCain can't call himself a true conservative. Clinton and Obama campaign in West Virginia.

WASHINGTON -- Bob Barr, a former congressman from Georgia and a former Republican, today announced his candidacy for president as a Libertarian who would rein in federal spending and foreign wars.

Horrid Movie "Expelled"Reviews - People In Movie Refused Entry

Horrid Reviews - People In Movie Refused Entry
(Sorry to repost this - but I doubted anybody'd see it in older post).
Submitted by starling02 on Sat, 2008-04-19 20:59.

Clinton, Obama focus on faith at forum

GRANTHAM, Pa. - Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday that the potential for life begins at conception as she and presidential rival Sen. Barack Obama answered questions about faith and religion in both their personal lives and the public discourse.

Fred LeFebvre on the Fred LeFebvre and the Morning News show interviews Jon Stainbrook

Fred LeFebvre host of Fred LeFebvre And The Morning News on WSPD had an exclusive interview with Jon Stainbrook this morning followed by one with Doug Haynam. Fred LeFebvre who hosts the show each morning from 5:30-9a on WSPD talked with both Stainbrook and Haynam about the battle going on in the local Republican party. No other local talk show has had Stainbrook on as of this posting, who knows what the future brings for those other shows.

Troy Neff Show: Carty Finkbeiner, Lindsay Webb, Ben Konop and Pete Gerken

Troy gets the newsmakers for you. Carty talks about the Blade article concerning a Middle East nation investing in Toledo. Pete and Ben battle over the LCIC and Lindsay Webb requests a greater role for minorities.

Carty Finkbeiner Middle East

Obama fears 'on your own' society

Obama fears 'on your own' society

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Presidential candidate Barack Obama, largely ignoring his Democratic rival for now, ridiculed likely Republican nominee John McCain on Wednesday for offering "not one single idea" to help hard-pressed homeowners facing foreclosure.

SOCIALIZED MEDICINE: Let's Try a Dose. We're Bound to Feel Better

"Socialized medicine" is the bogeyman that just won't die. The epithet has been hurled at every national health plan since the New Deal -- even Medicare, which critics warned would strip Americans of their freedom.

Merci, Jean LeCain

Bauer urges conservative unity, calls for Huckabee to exit

I'm not sure how I feel about this one --
Jim Brown - OneNewsNow - 2/8/2008 2:20:00 PM

Pastor Got $1.5 Million in Clinton Earmarks Before Endorsement

Pastor Got $1.5 Million in Clinton Earmarks Before Endorsement
(CNSNews.com) - Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) secured more than $1 million in federal funding last year for a Harlem-based non-profit whose leader gave her presidential campaign a major endorsement last weekend.

Romney expected to win Michigan

News organizations are reporting that Mitt Romney has won the Michigan primary, McCain is second, and Huckabee is third.

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