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What You See Is Not What You Get

Virginia Suffolk Poll Party ID Democrats – 38% +1 Republicans – 35% -1 Independents – 27% +0 2008 Party ID Democrats – 39% Republicans – 33% Independents – 27% 2004 Party ID Democrats – 35% Republicans – 39% Independents – 26% Accurate 2012 Poll Party ID Democrats – 37% Republicans – 36% Independents – 27% [...]

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NYTimes/CBS Oversample Democrats in Latest Poll

In 2008, 7% more Democrats voted in the General Election. The advantage was thanks, in large part, to the amazing amount of energy that the Obama campaign had. In 2012, they do not have that energy, the Republicans do.This picture illustrates the Party ID breakdown in the latest NYTimes/CBS poll. Why they choose to over [...]

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Romney is Winning, and the Liberal Media Knows It

I think that it would be fair to say, this election is close. National polls by both Gallup and Rasmussen show the race virtually tied. The thing to remember is that the President is not elected on a national ballot but state-by-state in the Electoral College. But the Electoral College can be a tricky thing. [...]

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Fool Me Once, Shame On You…

Being a 20 year-old college student, some might say that I am too young to have an opinion. Others may say that I am too young to have an “informed” opinion. Well, just so you all know, you’re wrong. Grant it, many people my age could care so much less about getting out to vote much less [...]

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Sorry Rick, it’s Still Over

Today, the headlines will read something like “Santorum back in the Game” or “Mitt still seeking Conservative Vote”. Maybe, it will even say “Santorum’s race to 1,144”… however, that story would be full of lies. The fact is all of these headlines would be false, as nothing changed after Santorum’s “big” win in Louisiana and [...]

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It’s Over

Could it be? Does the media finally get it? It is beginning to look as though that is the case.  Mitt Romney’s win last night in Illinois was a significant one. It finally marks the beginning of the end. Illinois was Rick Santorum’s last chance to make his case as a contender and he was [...]

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Mitt Romney for President

“Why do I support Mitt Romney? It’s not because he “looks” presidential or because he has been a constant front-runner in this race.  It’s not because of his electability or his Mormon faith.  No, it’s because he is the only man who can get America back on track and his record proves it.” Click here [...]

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The Double Standard

On January 20, 2012, the Obama Administration finalized their plans to move forward with something many Americans feared was coming. As a part of the “Affordable Healthcare Act” passed by a Democrat run Congress and signed into law by President Obama in 2010, the administration would now mandate that all insurances must cover birth control. [...]

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The Truth Behind Santorum

Born on May 10, 1958 in Winchester, Virginia to Aldo and Catherine Santorum, Richard John Santorum, or Rick as his family and friends called him, was raised as a devout Roman Catholic. As a child, Rick attended Butler Area Public Schools in Butler County Pennsylvania. In 1976, his senior year in High School, Rick attended [...]

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