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Presidential Inauguration Can Bring Scam Artists, High Prices

The Presidential Inauguration is upon us, and this blogger attended the last one, the historic first time an African American was sworn in as President Of The United States, and of course, that was Barack Obama. Now, four years later, President Obama has successfully won reelection thanks to the largest grassroots campaign in history, and […]

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Election 2012 Winners & Losers: Buffy Wicks, Big Bird, Karl Rove, Gallup Poll

Ok, now that Election 2012 is history, it’s time to pick out our winners and losers. Some of them will be unexpected people you’ve never heard of, others will be characters, of several kinds. It all will be interesting. And without any further ado, as they say, here we go: Winners: Buffy Wicks: My friend […]

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Twitter Political Index: Obama Maintains Lead

According to some studies, Social Media’s the great barometer of who will win an election. And if that’s the case, President Obama’s got this one against Mitt Romney sewn up. The key is the Twitter Political Index. The intent of the Twitter Political Index is to be a daily gauge of online conversation and sentiment […]

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Barack Obama For President Of The United States Of America

Today’s Election Day 2012, and you’ve heard the cliched statement that “You have a clear choice.” Well, folks, it’s true: you really do. The choice for this video-blogger is simple: Barack Obama should be reelected as President of The United States. And it’s for a set of reasons that go far beyond the campaign’s “feel […]

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Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Anne Hathaway, Natalie Portman, Stars Stump For Obama

As we move toward Election Day 2012, the stars are out for the reelection of President Barack Obama. According to Twitter celebrities like Jay-Z, Olivia Munn, Kerry Washington, Bruce Springsteen, Anne Hathaway, Natalie Portman, Katy Perry, and Eva Longoria are either out stumping for the President, or were out campaigning for him today, and over […]

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Thomas Peterffy, Pro-GOP Ad Buyer, Called Shady Wall Street Chieftain

Thomas Peterffy’s a name you’ve probably never heard of until a run of pro-GOP ads that have been played again and again on YouTube and on CNN. The ad starts out with “I grew up in a socialist country…” and goes on to talk about his fear that America’s becoming socialist. Here’s the video, which […]

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Hurricane Sandy Brings Mitt Romney’s Insensitive Anti-FEMA Ideas To Light

Hurricane Sandy is more than just the perfect storm, it’s the perfect tool to out a campaigns message for better or worse. For President Barack Obama, it’s for the better, as an improved FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) was a central focus of the Obama Administration, which was anxious to avoid the problems caused by […]

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Hillary Clinton Said House Republican Cuts Harm National Security

Zennie62 outlined how House GOP leaders worked to diminish the President’s ability to use military action in Libya, where Benghazi is located. Now, comes a Washington Post report from 2011 reporting that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned that House GOP budget cuts would harm national security. “The scope of the proposed House cuts is […]

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House GOP Voted Against Allowing Obama To Deploy Troops In Libya, Benghazi

Lost in the Fox News-led, right-wing desire to pin the Benghazi tragedy on President Obama is the fact that in 2011, House Republicans led several efforts to prevent or curb Barack Obama from having the necessary deployment of US Armed Forces in Libya. And, yes, these actions were specifically against Libya, where Benghazi is located. […]

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Mitt Romney Must Show College Transcripts

Where are Gov. Mitt Romney’s college transcripts? For all of the questions about President Obama and his college transcripts, which are not sealed by the way, no one has asked to see Governor Mitt Romney’s college transcripts. Here’s where silliness ensues. Because it’s one thing to know that Romney graduated in a certain year, or […]

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Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney. Epic Rap Battles Of History

The YouTube Channel “ERB” or Epic Rap Battles Of History is one of the best channels on YouTube not called Zennie62. In this installment, it’s President Obama versus Mitt Romney. And if you recognize the man who’s playing President Obama, it’s Alphacat on YouTube, Iman Crosson, who made this rap video just after President Obama […]

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George McGovern Passes At 90: Liberal Lion, Almost President

George McGovern has died. This blogger just got the email alert from CNN, which stated: Former U.S. Sen. George McGovern has died, according to a family statement. He was 90. You just can’t distil a person’s life into once sentence like that, especially not George McGovern’s life. What is best remembered about Mr. McGovern is […]

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Ben Stein Tells Fox News America Has To Raise Taxes On Very Rich

Ben Stein, still better known for his role as the teacher in Ferris Buehler’s Day Off who said “Buehler. Buehler? Anyone? Buehler?” may have just equaled, if not topped that performance today. Mr. Stein, a guest on the show Fox News’ Fox and Friends today, proved he was a real economist, and not a conservative […]

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U2’s Walk On: Barack Obama Campaign Favorite

One reason campaign rallies for President Obama are so much fun, is the music. And one song that this blogger can’t forget since the successful Barack Obama in San Francisco Rally at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium is this one by U2 called Walk On. U2 as a group is a well-known supporter of President […]

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President Obama’s Massive Party In San Francisco

Let’s get this out of the way: the Obama Victory Fund Party held at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium was a hell of a lot of fun. This blogger was blessed with the opportunity to attend, and not as a press person, but as one who raised $5,500 for President Obama, and entirely via social media: […]

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Presidential Campaign News Source: Cable, Internet, Not Newspapers

According to a study released by the Pew Research Center For The People and The Press, the leaders in where Americans get their news are cable, local TV news, network news, the Internet, and local papers. But what’s interesting in the Pew study, is how its own author of the online article explaining its results […]