Now, the minister is calling on the pastors of Detroit to come together and buy land. The question is: Can the minister be heard now?
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Now that the election has passed, the good people of the Republican Party should examine themselves and keep the country a two-party system. It is the best thing for the country to have a balance of power. The party in the White House must be kept in check by the party out of the White … Continue Reading →
Some big-name pundits are starting to talk about electoral college predictions, as Glenn Beck weighs in with a 321-217 Romney romp.
This is a summary of the second debate between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama in a real-time diary format.
Vice President Joe Biden channeled Raging Biden, but Rep. Paul Ryan held up, holding serve for Romney’s initial debate lead. Starting from foreign policy, leading to the economy, and on to Medicare/Medicaid, we seem to learn more about policy from the people who actually won’t be president. The vice presidential session felt like a real … Continue Reading →
Mitt Romney has wasted months trying to get people to like him. The key to winning lies solely in the debates. Not his heart aching for jobless people.
“Now, CHRISTIE! now, PALIN! now, RYAN and PORTMAN! On, BACHMANN! on AKIN! out, DINGELL and WAXMAN! To the top of the House! To the top of the Hall! Now tax away! tax away! tax away all!”
Twas the evening before Romney and all through the house, Not a Democrat was stirring not even a mouse. The donations were hung, with Paul Ryan with care, with hopes of St. Eastwood, soon would be there. The Paulites were there, all snug in their beds, With visions of Gold Standards dancing in their head. … Continue Reading →
The election of the next president of the United States is a boon for the ad industry. Some research groups think that the total spent will reach $2.9 billion. Most of the money is being spent by a handful of billionaires, people that will benefit the most or suffer the most according to who’s elected. … Continue Reading →
Mitt Romney introduced Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as “The next president of the United States” last Saturday in Norfolk, Virginia. He was right.