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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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Herman Cain, rising star, being targeted: The higher the monkey climbs, the more it is exposed to danger

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on November 2, 2011 0 Comments
Herman Cain, rising star, being targeted: The higher the monkey climbs, the more it is exposed to danger

In politics, rising stars are ambushed. Herman Cain, the rising star of the GOP presidential race, has been accused of sexual harassment back in the years when he was nobody. No surprise. Herman Cain should expect worse than sexual harassment allegations. His life is under a microscope, his words carefully analyzed. The conservatives don’t know […]

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None of the GOP presidential candidates have spoken out against religious intolerance towards Romney: He who has approved of wrongdoing is as guilty as he who committed it

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on October 14, 2011 0 Comments
None of the GOP presidential candidates have spoken out against religious intolerance towards Romney: He who has approved of wrongdoing is as guilty as he who committed it

The GOP presidential race is heating up and full of surprises: a Black, a Mormon, and more. The Republicans are a little lost, put in a position of electing a Mormon or putting another Black man in the White House. The front runner keeps switching — now Cain, was Romney, previously Perry. Mitt Romney, is […]

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Liberal media and GOP attacking Perry: He who digs a pit for others must invariably fall into it

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on September 15, 2011 0 Comments
Liberal media and GOP attacking Perry: He who digs a pit for others must invariably fall into it

American politics is slippery. Since Governor Perry is leading the GOP candidates for the presidential nomination, more information is surfacing about his “record” as governor of Texas, including a sex tape of him. The liberal media seems afraid of this rising dynamic governor. So does his own political party. These two groups need to be […]

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Does Herman Cain know how far African Americans have come? A river that forgets its source will soon dry out

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on June 21, 2011 0 Comments
Does Herman Cain know how far African Americans have come? A river that forgets its source will soon dry out

Hateful rhetoric to score a political point is dangerous. Hateful rhetoric coming from a man of color — in this case, Herman Cain — is troubling. Cain, an African American GOP presidential candidate, has said that he will not feel comfortable appointing a Muslim to his cabinet.  A popular saying that I learned as child was “don’t […]

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Is Palin running for president or not? Women and glass are always in danger

Filed in Politics by on May 31, 2011 0 Comments
Is Palin running for president or not? Women and glass are always in danger

Is she running or not? Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin, who has been quiet for a while, is back in the news. The GOP cannot find someone capable of beating President Obama next year. The golden women of the Tea Party are signaling that they are willing to step in.  Living in a very mysogynist society, Sarah Palin will face […]

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Romney should be evaluated for his political beliefs, not for being a Mormon: If a man believes in a stone, that stone will serve him well

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on April 2, 2011 0 Comments
Romney should be evaluated for his political beliefs, not for being a Mormon: If a man believes in a stone, that stone will serve him well

US presidential candidates are tested for their faith in God as much as for their knowledge of interior and foreign affairs or whether they are “likable” or not. Faith is important for every American. Religious intolerance is a sort of poison injected to disqualify a political opponent. We have seen Protestant versus Catholic. Not long ago, President Obama, who […]

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Palin and Bachmann likely to be contenders for the GOP nomination: Pots take turns to sit on the fire

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 18, 2011 0 Comments
Palin and Bachmann likely to be contenders for the GOP nomination: Pots take turns to sit on the fire

 Her popularity sinking, Sarah Palin has been very quiet lately. Her silence means for the media fewer headlines. Like a mushroom growing in mud, Michele Bachmann is the new star of the Tea Party. The media is turning its attention to her–not for her messages to her supporters, but for her misstatements. The American media […]

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The Tea Party will never be the voice of the GOP: No matter how long a log may float in water, it will never become a crocodile

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on March 4, 2011 0 Comments
The Tea Party will never be the voice of the GOP: No matter how long a log may float in water, it will never become a crocodile

Childreen of the same mother do not always agree. When Judson Phillips, a Tea Party leader, wrote a letter to the Speaker of the house John Boehner informing him that he looks like a fool, it shows the disagreement between the conservatives and the ultra conservatives within the GOP over the spending cuts in their budget […]

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Capuano apologizes, but can’t retract his words: Words are like bullets; if they escape, you can’t catch them again

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on February 25, 2011 0 Comments
Capuano apologizes, but can’t retract his words: Words are like bullets; if they escape, you can’t catch them again

Politics in America is a circus. The Republican party suffers a lot because of liberal media biased views. “Republican” is synonym for rich and fighters for the rich; meanwhile the Democrats portray themselves as “protectors” of the poor. The Democrats often get away easily with scandals. Rep. Michael Capuano, a Democrat from Massachusetts, is under a lot of […]

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