Tag: Republican party

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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Republican party and Tea Party: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on February 1, 2011 0 Comments
Republican party and Tea Party: Languages differ but coughs are the same

The Republican party and the Tea Party are like two viruses in the same petri dish; one is virulent and the other attenueted, but they both are still viruses. The latest polls suggesting that ninety percent of Republicans want the Tea Party to play a role within the GOP shows that the Tea Party and the Republican party […]

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Fight over Obamacare coming or not? If the fight is tomorrow,why then clench your fist today

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 3, 2011 0 Comments
Fight over Obamacare coming or not? If the fight is tomorrow,why then clench your fist today

Before the newly elected lawmakers are even sworn in, the GOP has shown signs of a future fight with the White House. Campaign promises and reality are two different things. The Tea Party candidates’ campaign slogan was the repeal of “Obamacare”. It seems to be a top priority for Republicans. I am still very curious, based on the structure of the […]

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Christine O’Donnell fakes her resume? Beware of time because it has the answers

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Strange stuff by on September 30, 2010 0 Comments
Christine O’Donnell fakes her resume? Beware of time because it has the answers

The heroine of the Tea Party movement Christine O’Donnell, who is seeking Joe Biden’s senate seat in Delaware, is facing a torrent of questions about her curricculum vitae. She claims that she has studied at the prestigious Oxford University and Claremond Graduate University, California. The trouble is that not one of the claims is true. God help America! […]

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White Taliban: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 17, 2010 0 Comments
White Taliban: Languages differ but coughs are the same

Those who believe that the rise of the Tea party within the GOP will kill the Republican party and dream to take control of the American Congress are making a mistake. The Republican party and the Tea Party are like the fingers of the same hand. They have the same agenda, to shape America and […]

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Democrats trying to prove their effectiveness: He who is always in a hurry to get things done never gets them done right

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 15, 2010 0 Comments
Democrats trying to prove their effectiveness: He who is always in a hurry to get things done never gets them done right

The more we are approaching the November mid-term elections, the more that Democrats are in hurry. Nancy Pelosi and her “gang” are reorganizing to kill the Republican party’s hope to take control of the Congress. Honestly, what should we expect from the Democrats if they have been unable to achieve much while in control of […]

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Republicans shouldn’t be overconfident: Do not laugh at the fallen; you may find slippery roads ahead

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on August 19, 2010 0 Comments
Republicans shouldn’t be overconfident: Do not laugh at the fallen; you may find slippery roads ahead

The Republican party is feeling good lately. The president’s approval ratings are down, unemployment did not fall as expected by the Democrats, and then the president made his comments about the construction of an Islamic center in New York. Political strategists are predicting a big loss for the Democrats in mid-term elections, which is sending […]

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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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Michael Steele Needs to Quit: If you befriend mosquitoes, they will still attack you at night.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 31, 2010 1 Comment
Michael Steele Needs to Quit: If you befriend mosquitoes, they will still attack you at night.

Definitely, Michael Steele, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, is not good enough for the Republicans. He has been under a lot of criticism since he was elected. Being the first man of color holding such a high position in the Republican party, it is not surprising that he is facing a lot of […]

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Shot Fired at Eric Cantor’s Office: He who defecates on the way finds flies on his way back.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 26, 2010 0 Comments
Shot Fired at Eric Cantor’s Office: He who defecates on the way finds flies on his way back.

The passage of the health insurance reform bill in America has left the GOP in shock. The election of Scott Brown, (the Massachusetts Senator who surprised America by winning the seat long held by the late Ted Kennedy) gave hope to the Republican party. Like a house built on sand, the hope slowly is starting […]

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