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Does the Democratic Party confuse Democrats as much as the Republican Party confuses Republicans?

I ask this, as a newly studious and active Republican, because the Democrats have no rule similar to the Republicans' Rule 11 which apparently can be used to clear the field of opposing candidates in a race. The Democrats have no need for such a rule to clear the field; you see, they have no rule forbidding supporting one candidate at the expense of another prior to a primary in the first place.

In other words, prior to the citizens getting their say the Democrats can pick a favorite at the national level and send money his/her way unrestricted. His/her opponents, soon discovering that they can't compete with the avalanche of money from the party's national headquarters to their opponent, drop out. Did you think I was going to claim they would be made an offer they couldn't refuse? Of course not, they are much more subtle than that; and so are the Repub

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Sacramento Bee video

Republican Assemblyman Mike Duvall resigned from office today after revelations that he described lewd details of two sexual affairs at a televised committee hearing.

The resignation came after Assembly Speaker Karen Bass today stripped Duvall, R-Yorba Linda, of his spot as vice-chair of the Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee following reports of a long-term affair he has carried on with a female utility company lobbyist.


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National Expositor

 Mike Huckabee named Richard Haas (the President of the CFR) as his advisor on foreign policy.  So what does Richard Haas believe in? Here's an article below which was written by Haas for the Tapei Times. It basically states the Bill of Rights and Constitution should be given up in favor of a cooperative world body run by elite consensus.

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Sonoran Alliance


Politics on the Rocks is proud to announce that Senator John McCain will be speaking at our free networking event on Tuesday, August 25th 5:30-7:30 PM at the elegant Intercontinental Montelucia Resort & Spa in Paradise Valley. Senator McCain will be speaking on several issues facing our country and will have a question and answer session at the end. Again, guests may attend free of charge.


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P.S. Senator McCain’s 2010 Senate campaign will host a separate, private fundraising reception at the Intercontinental Montelucia Resort & Spa before Senator McCain speaks at the Politics on the Rocks event. If you would like to attend the campaign’s private reception, please contact Sarah at or 602-284-4227.

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Peter Schiff - YouTube

AUGUST 7, 2009


This will be a week long promotion to gain support. On August 1st 2009 will be hosting a Jerry Lewis style telethon that will feature many great guests well known to the patriot movement.
The Schiffathon leads up to the official moneybomb on August 7th 2009, please pledge to show your support for Peter Schiff and his bid for US Senate against Christopher Dodd in 2010.

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Wendy MeElroy

The inevitable and inculpatory revelations that will come in the wake of Palin's resignation as Governor of Alaska. The revelations that will make sense of the otherwise bizarre situation. Moore, who calls herself "Just a girl from Homer (Alaska)", has clearly gotten way under Palin's skin if one if to judge by the public letter released by attorney Thomas Van Flein on behalf of the exiting governor. 

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NY Times

[Oh, pullez!] South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford says he's been having an affair with a woman from Argentina and will resign as head of the Republican Governors' Association. He apologized to his wife, staff and others at a news conference after returning from a trip to Argentina that followed a dayslong absence.

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Huffington Post

Months after his long-shot bid for the Republican presidential nomination ended, Rep. Ron Paul has become a hot ticket on the international stage. Unlikely as it may seem, Paul, a Texas Republican, is the most popular member of Congress outside the United States, if foreign television appearances are any indication.

Paul expected his international influence to diminish after the quixotic presidential campaign. In fact, it's gone the other way.

"It's actually building," he told the Huffington Post. "It really truly baffles me. I see myself as somebody who's been saying the same thing for about 30 years and not too many people paying any attention."


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June 08, 2009 C-SPAN
"My primary concern is the safety of ISRAEL" - "Who's going to take responsibility for keeping Israel safe?"
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Republicans, who lost control of the NY Senate last November apparently regained control without an election! During the coup, Democrats fled the chamber, turned out the lights, and cut the Internet feed of chamber proceedings, leaving Republicans and their two Democratic friends to take the vote in the dark.

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