Tag: John McCain

Karger, gay Republican, announces plans to run for president: You can share the same bed but you can’t share the same dream

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on March 26, 2011 0 Comments
Karger, gay Republican, announces plans to run for president: You can share the same bed but you can’t share the same dream

Being gay is hard. Being gay and a Republican is even harder. Fred Karger, an openly gay Republican, has announced his intentions to run for the 2012 presidential elections. Frankly, Fred is certainly capable to be the President of the United States, considering his political experience advising Presidents Nixon, Reagan, and Bush. The question is, […]

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Lieberman quitting before losing: If a frog leaves the swamp for the mountains, it means it is in danger

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 19, 2011 0 Comments
Lieberman quitting before losing: If a frog leaves the swamp for the mountains, it means it is in danger

Joe Lieberman,the controversial Senator from Connecticut, is about to announce his 2012 retirement. There is no such thing as senator for life. Seen like Judas by Democrats for supporting John McCain instead of candidate Obama during the 2008 presidential election, Joe Lieberman is very unpopular in his state, making winning another term unlikely. Joe is also […]

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Palin’s words incite violence: Our examples are like seeds on a windy day, they spread far and wide

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics, Tragedy by on January 10, 2011 0 Comments
Palin’s words incite violence: Our examples are like seeds on a windy day, they spread far and wide

John McCain must be scratching his head. He made Sarah Palin a star. Palin has led the Tea Party movement like an insurgent group.  The leader of rednecks in America has often led her “troops” like a cult. Her words are taken as holy words for her followers. She successfuly helped to elect new lawmakers from her […]

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Democrats need to be more assertive: He who is unable to dance blames it on the stony yard

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 9, 2010 0 Comments
Democrats need to be more assertive: He who is unable to dance blames it on the stony yard

After winning the extension of low tax rates for the rich known as the Bush tax cuts, the GOP is setting the tone in Washington. Now, they are claiming that there is no time left to debate and vote on the defense authorization bill, which includes the repeal of the discriminatory law “don’t ask, don’t tell.” What […]

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Does McCain’s opinion matter on Don’t ask, Don’t tell? He who eats alone, chokes alone

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 1, 2010 0 Comments
Does McCain’s opinion matter on Don’t ask, Don’t tell? He who eats alone, chokes alone

Senator John McCain is under a lot of criticism for changing his position on the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy that allows gay and lesbian to serve in the military, albeit in hiding. The change in opinion is natural. As we grow, as time passes, as human beings, we have different approaches based on the […]

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Sarah Palin “Praying” for the Residents of the Gulf Coast: A bird that prays for rain will find itself soaked.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on May 5, 2010 0 Comments
Sarah Palin “Praying” for the Residents of the Gulf Coast: A bird that prays for rain will find itself soaked.

Where are Sarah Palin, John McCain, and Michael Steele now? Since the Gulf oil spill occurred, the champions of “drill, baby, drill” have been mysteriously silent. It seems that they are trapped between attacking the president for being “too slow” in response to the BP oil spill and the fact that they were pushing for more […]

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Governor Charlie Crist Leaves the GOP: In a fight with a fool it’s a wise man who quits.

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on May 1, 2010 0 Comments
Governor Charlie Crist Leaves the GOP: In a fight with a fool it’s a wise man who quits.

Florida governor Charlie Crist, a moderate Republican, has announced that he is running for reelection as  an independent. He is seen by many as “the other John McCain” for not being too conservative. Crist’s support for the Obama economic stimulus has cost him support within the Republican party. There is a war between the conservative and moderate […]

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John McCain and Sarah Palin Together Again: A bad cook also has his share of bad food.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 28, 2010 1 Comment
John McCain and Sarah Palin Together Again: A bad cook also has his share of bad food.

Senator John McCain, former presidential candidate, is facing a challenge from within his political party as he seeks reelection. Many in his own party think that he’s not conservative enough. He has turned to his former running mate Sarah Palin for help. As during the presidential election, when they were behind in polls, their rhetoric […]

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Napolitano out of touch like McCain was: Words are like the spider’s web: a shelter for the clever ones and a trap for the not-so-clever

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff by on January 4, 2010 0 Comments
Napolitano out of touch like McCain was: Words are like the spider’s web: a shelter for the clever ones and a trap for the not-so-clever

The finger pointing after the failed terrorist attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day continues. Some politicians are seeing this “failure” as an opportunity to score a political point. The American political class is very divided at exactly time they should not be. Janet Napolitano, the Secretary of Homeland Security is under […]

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Sarah Palin and McCain visor: A woman who delivers a baby in the market square has nothing to hide.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 19, 2009 0 Comments
Sarah Palin and McCain visor: A woman who delivers a baby in the market square has nothing to hide.

The media released a picture of former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin wearing a visor with the words “McCain for president” blacked out, creating another controversy. It is unclear if it is a political statement or simply a deliberate way to get attention. After a month of touring with book signings, slowly Palin is fading into […]

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