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Big Finance Democrats Willing to Throw Obama Under the Bus for irking their Masters

As you may know, the presidential re-election campaign of Barack Obama recently released a campaign advertisement that — correctly, according to PolitiFact — showed how Mitt Romney made himself rich as head of Bain Capital by gutting American industries, kicking Americans out of work and subjecting American workers’ hard-earned pensions to jeopardy.

The facts are [...]

Conservative Media and Blogosphere to Nail Romney on Flag Pin Issue… any day now…

When Barack Obama failed to wear a lapel pin during the 2008 presidential race, FOX News went ape over it:

The conservative blogosphere couldn’t stop talking about it for months. Flag pin, flag pin, flag pin, flag pin, flag pin.

So surely Michelle Malkin, Pamela Gellar, FOX News and the gang will be rolling [...]

Romney At The Ritz In Pentagon City

Mitt Romney has announced that no one will be allowed to participate in tonight’s “policy roundtable” without giving a minimum of $10,000 to his presidential campaign. [...]

Republicans Push Out Romney Staffer. For Performance? No, for being Gay.

Some credit is due to Mitt Romney for hiring political staffer Richard Grenell despite the fact Grenell is openly gay.

Think about that sentence. Is this still a world in which people who don’t discriminate against gay people are worthy of special recognition? If you’re living in the Republicans’ world, it is. Grenell resigned from [...]

Barack Obama Attacks Polar Bears Just Before Earth Day

This Earth Day, you’ll heard Democrats talking about how horrible Mitt Romney would be for the environment, and it’s true – as President, Mitt Romney would support anti-environmental policies. What you won’t hear Democrats talking about is the wonderful environmental record of Barack Obama. That’s because Obama has a terrible environmental record [...]

Americans Elect Leaders Can’t Stop Themselves from Weighing in on the Presidential Race

Americans Elect has a neutrality policy for itself as a collectivity and for its directors, officers and paid staff.

FAQ:

Does Americans Elect support any candidate?

No. Americans Elect, its directors, officers, and paid staff do not and will not support or oppose any particular candidate…

Rules:

Rule 10.0 Free Speech and Neutrality. Until [...]

Reading the Auras of The Presidential Candidates

After a divine revelation, I have realized the power to see the auras of the 2012 Republican presidential candidates, magical fields of energy emanating from their bodies. [...]

Poor Ann Romney

If money isn’t really important to the Romneys, why have they collected so much of it? Why are they hoarding their wealth, instead of giving it away to people who need it? [...]

Gingrich Accuses Mitt Romney Of Mass Cash Hypnosis

Newt Gingrich says that Mitt Romney has hired secret agents with mind control powers to “brainwash” you. Does that come with a brain rinse? [...]

A Map of 2012 Maine Republican Caucus Results by County (Or Is It?)

2/17 Update: the Maine GOP has retracted its official results for Washington and Waldo Counties, promising after considerable pressure to count caucus votes that had gone uncounted. A new count will be made at the March 10 meeting of the Republican State Committee. See this space for further updates.

2/15 Update: See the end of [...]

What the CafePress Merch Meter Didn’t Predict for the 2012 Elections… And Why

Direct-to-Garment printer CafePress has a “Cultural Barometer” of sales records it’s been using to track trends of support for 2012 Republican presidential contenders. Here are the CafePress Barometer’s readings from November 14 through December 31 of 2011.

Just a few days after the point of last tracking, the 2012 Republican Caucuses in Iowa reported [...]