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Ann Romney speech surpasses all expectations: A husband may be the head of a home but the wife is the heart of a home

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics, US presidential elections by on August 30, 2012 0 Comments
Ann Romney speech surpasses all expectations: A husband may be the head of a home but the wife is the heart of a home

The speech of Ann Romney at the Republican convention has certainly touched many people. She had done her homework and was very capable, surpassing all expectations. She personalized her husband by recalling the time they were less rich. Obviously, being handsome, French-speaking, rich, and eloquant are not enough to appeal to American women. Women are like bees, when […]

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Isaac misses Tampa and Republican convention: A cloudy sky doesn’t always cry rain

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, US presidential elections by on August 28, 2012 0 Comments
Isaac misses Tampa and Republican convention: A cloudy sky doesn’t always cry rain

Despite the fear of tropical storm Isaac, the Republican convention is officially open. Immediately adjourned for Tuesday, they will be a day short. Issac will miss Tampa, which was the hope of Republican National Commitee (RNC). The next hope is that Mitt Romney will do everything to improve his image as “out of touch” with […]

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What is Romney hiding? Moustaches hide the imperfections of the mouth

What is Romney hiding? Moustaches hide the imperfections of the mouth

Children of the same family do not always agree. Mitt Romney, the GOP presidential candidate, is under pressure not only from his political opponents, the Democrats, but also from his own political party, to release his tax returns. The former Massachussets governor is known for being a successful business man. His hesitation for releasing his […]

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Rush Limbaugh: He who is born a fool is never cured

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics, Religion by on March 12, 2012 0 Comments
Rush Limbaugh: He who is born a fool is never cured

Watching American society arguing about birth control is incomprehensible.  It seems like anytime American women gain one step, they are held back three steps. Birth control is a private matter and a civil right. The involvement of American Taliban — I mean the American ultra- conservatives — in the debate adds more spice in the sauce. Rush Limbaugh, […]

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Democrats watching the Republicans battle: A fight between grasshoppers is a joy to the crow

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on February 11, 2012 0 Comments
Democrats watching the Republicans battle: A fight between grasshoppers is a joy to the crow

The Republican presidential primaries are still going on. Yesterday’s winner is today’s loser. Today’s winner is tomorrow’s loser. It is unclear who is going to cross the finishing line first. Tuesday, Rick Santorum had a big night. Tomorrow, we do not know who will be the winner. All we do know is that, when it’s time to […]

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Huntsman drops out and endorses Romney in spite of differences: Children of the same mother do not always agree

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on January 17, 2012 0 Comments
Huntsman drops out and endorses Romney in spite of differences: Children of the same mother do not always agree

As expected, one by one, the Republican contenders are dropping out of the Republican primary race. Like the African Americans’ choice of President Obama because of his Blackness, Jon Huntsman has endorsed his fellow Mormon, Mitt Romney. There is no shame about that. His choice is welcome at a time Mormonism is under attack by those who believe that […]

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Lack of civility in GOP primaries going to hurt Romney in the end: War is a disaster for winner and loser alike

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on January 11, 2012 0 Comments
Lack of civility in GOP primaries going to hurt Romney in the end: War is a disaster for winner and loser alike

Money matters in a political campaign. Money buys votes. Winning New Hampshire for Mitt Romney is like winning in his backyard. The former Governor of Massachussetts has been leading consistently in the polls. His faux pas (“I like being able to fire people”) has been an opportunity for his opponents to attack him. Despite everything, […]

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Ron Paul needs to admit he was wrong and move on: If a father is a dog, the son will be a dog

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on December 28, 2011 0 Comments
Ron Paul needs to admit he was wrong and move on: If a father is a dog, the son will be a dog

When asked during a recent CNN interview about his controversial newsletters, Ron Paul got defensive. Ron Paul has been accused of racism. Would he really have published an article without reading its contents?  Why not admit being wrong and move on? You can deduce the truth: Ron Paul is the father of Rand Paul, the “prince” of […]

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Bush Senior endorses Romney: Older then you by a day, wiser then you by a year

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on December 27, 2011 0 Comments
Bush Senior endorses Romney: Older then you by a day, wiser then you by a year

As we are approaching the Republican party primaries, uncertainties are still in the air. The polls are switching from one candidate to another. Each week a new leader emerges and his dark side is exposed. Each candidate’s character has been tested. Mitt Romney, who has been losing his momentum, has regained some energy after being endorsed by “Papa” […]

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Is Herman Cain still a political influence: A tree is best measured when it is down

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on December 7, 2011 0 Comments
Is Herman Cain still a political influence: A tree is best measured when it is down

Herman Cain has quit his bid for the US presidency. It was inevitable. Too many women popped up from nowhere to put him down. Now that he is out of the race, his ex-contenders are waiting anxiously for his endorsement. The most likely candidates are Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich: Romney, a fellow businessman, and […]

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