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Fox News & the GOPTEA: Cliven who?

Now who could have possibly seen this one coming?

Who could have foreseen that a man who claimed on a live Fox News interview that the Obama administration created a “blood moon” as part of some vast left-wing conspiracy just so it could conduct a secret, covert, kill-order night raid against him personally … just might be a little on the whackjob side of irrational? 1,130 more words

Political Observations

My Chart is Bigger Than Your Chart...

I first saw the Wall Street Journal Obama Spending Chart on Reddit,  but soon it was appearing and re-appearing on my facebook feed as people picked it up in some weird belief that anyone’s voting principles were really going to change because of a chart on the internet. 118 more words


Santorum – Gingrich 2012

Cross posted from http://www.mariopiperni.com


This would be a godsend.

A senior adviser to Newt Gingrich told The Huffington Post Tuesday night the campaign likes the idea of Rick Santorum and Gingrich running on the same ticket for the presidency and vice presidency.

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Oh Really, O’Reilly?

The following post has been duplicated on The Progressive Influence. Mmetrics1’s posts are part of the “Talent Place for Special People ‘ Page.

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Fox News

Politics 2012; "Lindsey Graham: 2012 Election Is GOP's To Lose, 'Everything Is Worse' Under Obama"

How can Lindsey Graham (R) South Carolina, make this claim,

“everything is worse” under President Barack Obama”.“This is our election to lose,” Graham told Candy Crowley on CNN’s “State of the Union” when asked for his assessment of the GOP candidates and the 2012 race.

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Fact Check.Org

GOP Exaggerations in Iowa

Bachmann, Gingrich and Barbour revise history at conservative confab.

March 31, 2011


Several Republicans testing the presidential waters in Iowa made more than a few statements that we found all wet. 220 more words


He Who Lies First, Lies Best

– by ‘tamerlane’

The Lie We Remember

Studies have shown that people tend to remember the first piece of information told them, even if it’s later proven to be false.  1,118 more words