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Brat wins Republican primary: All rotten fish taste the same

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on June 10, 2014 0 Comments
Brat wins Republican primary: All rotten fish taste the same

Eric Cantor, the powerful number two Republican in the House of Representatives has lost the Republican primary to David Brat, a conservative Tea Party challenger. The big upset is certainly a message from the arch conservatives who see the Republican in Washington as not conservative enough. This defeat doesn’t change anything for the Democrats and […]

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Rand Paul digs up old Clinton-Lewinsky scandal: No matter how far a man urinates, the last drop always falls at his feet

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on February 14, 2014 0 Comments
Rand Paul digs up old Clinton-Lewinsky scandal: No matter how far a man urinates, the last drop always falls at his feet

Rand Paul, the Senator of Kentucky, sees himself as the GOP candidate for the US Presidential election of 2016 in the wake of Gov. Chris Christie’s Bridgegate scandal. Good strategy or lack of imagination, the Senator is focusing on Bill Clinton. Why is Rand Paul talking about Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky? The Lewinsky scandal is old. Why […]

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Democrats learn from past, stay strong in face of shutdown: A child born under a thunderstorm is not afraid of the roaring of a lion

Filed in Current affairs, GOP by on October 21, 2013 0 Comments
Democrats learn from past, stay strong in face of shutdown: A child born under a thunderstorm is not afraid of the roaring of a lion

The US government shutdown is temporarily over… until the next crisis in months to come. I give credit to Democrats for sticking together like fingers of the same hand against the GOP. The Democrats learned lessons from the great government shutdown of 1995-1996. John Boehner, on the other hand, repeated the same strategy that made […]

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GOP miscalculates consequences of shutdown: A person who sells eggs doesn’t start a fight in the market

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on October 13, 2013 1 Comment
GOP miscalculates consequences of shutdown: A person who sells eggs doesn’t start a fight in the market

The US government is on its knees, still shut down by the Republican party, despite the outrage of the people. It is clear that the GOP has miscalculated the consequences of their actions. This shutdown is causing them more trouble than they anticipated. The world is watching and discovering the weaknesses of the most powerful country […]

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Michele Bachmann leaving congress: The cleverness of a woman is worse than witchcraft

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on May 29, 2013 0 Comments
Michele Bachmann leaving congress: The cleverness of a woman is worse than witchcraft

Michele Bachmann, spokesperson of the Tea Party, has announced that she is not running for reelection. She is retiring not because she is tired of politics, but because she is under investigation for campaign finance violations. You may think that those who want to change “Washington” would be better than those in Washington now; unfortunately, it […]

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IRS targets Tea Party: He who falls victim to his enemies can expect no mercy

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on May 19, 2013 2 Comments
IRS targets Tea Party: He who falls victim to his enemies can expect no mercy

Recent IRS actions have reinforced conservative conspiracy theories. The irony is that the Tea Party is acting like they got a surprise ice cold shower. The Muslim Americans and Muslim nonprofits that endure worse screening from the IRS do not cry as loudly. We all agree that profiling conservative groups was wrong. This scandal is […]

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Rand Paul tops Marco Rubio in polls: It is the same moon that wanes today that will be the full moon tomorrow

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on April 13, 2013 1 Comment
Rand Paul tops Marco Rubio in polls: It is the same moon that wanes today that will be the full moon tomorrow

The latest CNN political polls have shown that Rand Paul is more favorable than Marco Rubio among Republicans. While it is too soon to think of the next US presidential election, both GOP stars lack political realism. Rubio certainly has not learned a lesson from the last election. Thinking that being a Latino in the […]

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Senator Portman: The judge’s son is not a judge.

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Marriage, Politics, Religion by on March 16, 2013 0 Comments
Senator Portman: The judge’s son is not a judge.

Conservative US Senator Rob Portman of Ohio is in the news for changing his stand on gay marriage. The Senator is a Methodist. He believed in and defended the marriage act, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman. The Senator’s change of heart came after he found out that his own son, Will, is […]

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Romney finally releases 2011 tax return: Much silence has a mighty noise

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, US presidential elections by on September 21, 2012 0 Comments
Romney finally releases 2011 tax return: Much silence has a mighty noise

Finally, Mitt Romney’s 2011 tax return has been released. Many things have been said and many questions asked. So far, it has not been proven that he has done anything wrong. For sure, silence can be our worse enemy. By releasing his tax return information, he has set himself free of bad publicity and constant speculations that […]

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Eastwood overshadows Romney: Better a mistake at the beginning than at the end

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, US presidential elections by on September 2, 2012 0 Comments
Eastwood overshadows Romney: Better a mistake at the beginning than at the end

Honestly, Clint Eastwood’s speech to an empty chair at the Republican National Convention was like a piece of hair in the soup. The 82 year old actor and movie director is  pro choice and pro gay marriage, which differ from the Republican philosophy. What they have in common is their love for guns. His speech at the Republican convention overshadowed […]

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