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Republicans, shouldn’t you be thanking Obama for even keeping your party in the picture?

Posted on October 30th, 2010 by admin1

The stimulous package easily passed in the house, without a single republican vote. Yet Obama is still consulting republicans and allowing them to be part of the bill, while every other democrat in the capital is saying "don’t even throw them a bone." If it weren’t for Obama’s bi partisanship, the repubs could do nothing […]

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Now that Larry Craig has opened a consulting firm, what will he be consulting about?

Posted on October 6th, 2010 by admin1

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090727/ap_on_re_us/us_craig_consulting Perhaps to stay away from public restrooms? Another example of ‘Republican family values’? Thoughts? He’ll be taking a "wide stance" on a variety of issues, I’m sure.

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Rep. Jim Clyburn D. S.C. claims his primary opponent has ties to Republican consulting firm? And Al Green,…?

Posted on August 25th, 2010 by admin1

The man who won the Dem. primary for S.C. senate seat and is currently up on charges of felony sexual obscenity charges is a Republican mole planted to embarrass Dem. party… I GOTTA ASK…ARE WE REPUBLICANS WHO LIVE IN S.C. GOOD OR WHAT TO HAVE DONE ALL THIS??????? At present having felony obscenity charges pending […]

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Starting a Republican Club at my school, do I need to consult the party?

Posted on June 3rd, 2010 by admin1

I want to start a republican club at my school, do I need to contact my local GOP office and ask if it’s okay or can I go right on ahead? I would. They have more money than you and might be able to help you out with stuff you never thought of. Remember, the […]

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In the Nov. 08 Election for President, what usually Republican states is Obama going to win to defeat McCain?

Posted on April 27th, 2010 by admin1

I perdict without consulting my crystal ball that Obama will beat McCain by taking several traditional Republican States, but what usually dependable Republican States will Obama win to become President in 2009? That’s a difficult thing to predict, but, in my eyes, the lowest-hanging fruit are the Carolinas, with their blue urban centers and large […]

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Apparently, Freddie Mac paid a Republican consulting firm $2 million to kill regulation ! Your thoughts ?

Posted on April 27th, 2010 by admin1

According to reports, DCI of Washington D.C. the company in question had in their cross hairs Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel cponsor of the bill which would have regulated and trimmed Freddie Mac. Reports also states that DCI’s CEO Doug Goodyear was later hired by Presidential candidate John McCain’s campaign to manage the GOP’s convention in […]

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