If Florida were a country it would be considered a rogue nation loaded with human right violations, but Florida is part of the United States of America and America seems to be OK with Florida's third world "banana republic" attitude when it comes to Presidential elections. We could overlook Florida's 2012 voter problems if it was an anomaly, but it wasn't it was the way Florida Governor Rick Scott wanted it!
This ain't complicated! If Sheldon Adelson can afford to give Republicans $53.4 million he can afford to pay his fair share of taxes. Sheldon Adelson is betting his $53.4 million on the Republican Party and Mitt Romney because he knows if Mitt Romney gets elected he, Sheldon Adelson, will get billions in tax breaks.
Benjamin Netanyahu can say he doesn't want to get involved in American politics, but when we take a closer look at Benjamin Netanyahu and Mitt Romney's campaign donors it be comes obvious that Benjamin Netanyahu and Mitt Romney are on the same page.
Kansas City Star JERUSALEM -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have acknowledged a friendship that goes back decades, but the financial ties that also bind them became evident last month when the premier [Benjamin Netanyahu] revealed his list of campaign donors. Read more.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Mitt Romney and their big money donors think they can buy the election here in America and then use their influence to drag us into a war with Iran. I don't trust these guys. Remember the USS Liberty?
It seems Chevron likes Boehner's House Republicans more than Nancy Pelosi and that should tell us something. Chevron owns John Boehner and the Republican members in the House of Representatives. See page 9 in this Federal Election Commission filing PDF.
The Hill Chevron’s move to help keep the House in GOP hands arrives as the oil industry is fighting a number of battles on Capitol Hill, including Democratic efforts to repeal various industry tax deductions.
The Chevron donation appears to be the largest by a publicly traded company since the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United v. FEC decision, according to Public Campaign Action Fund, a group that promotes the public financing of elections. Read more.
It appears the Republican Congressional Leadership Fund has money to burn. Hell according to their expenditures they paid Angler, LLC $65,000 for a web video (see page 16in this Federal Election Commission filing PDF. $65,000 for a web video? Give me a break!
The Koch brothers (aka Tea Party) and their Americans for Prosperity hold a " "Obama's Failing Agenda Tour" rally in Madison, Indiana and no one shows up. They took out a 3/4 page ad in the local newspaper to no avail. Surely the folks they were trying to reach in their Madison, Indiana newspaper ad can read. Or can they?
Indiana Republican U.S. Senatorial Candidate Richard Mourdock: “I’ve struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from God. And even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”
During the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates CNN and MSNBC have undecided voters watching the debates and after the debates CNN and MSNBC ask these supposedly undecided voters if the debates changed their minds. What a joke.
Anyone at this point in the Presidential election that claims to be an undecided voter is either lying or totally uninformed. Where in the Hell have they been the last twelve years or for that matter the last twenty years. Sure some voters will be voting for the first time and some will be very young, but that's no excuse for being uninformed and or not knowing the real differences between the two candidates. So give me a break CNN And MSNBC and don't waste my time, your time and your money trying to convince me you're actually interviewing undecided voters.
The Benghazi consulate attack cost the lives of four Americans. U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, both former Navy SEAL commandos working as diplomatic security officers. The fourth was Sean Smith, an information management officer.
The Benghazi consulate attack was a tragedy and became political immediately. Tuesday, September 11, 2012 10:24 p.m. Mitt Romney had this to say:
Huffington Post "I'm outraged by the attacks on American diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt and by the death of an American consulate worker in Benghazi," Romney said in the statement. "It's disgraceful that the Obama Administration's first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks."