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Congressional Quarterly: Democrats to Gain More Seats in 2008

It would be nice to double or triple the Blue representation in OC by 2008. CQ WEEKLY – COVER STORY Nov. 25, 2007 – 4:39 p.m. It’s Looking Like Blue Skies All Over Again By Bob Benenson and Jonathan Allen, CQ Staff Just over a year ago, Democrats seized control of Congress because of the…

Get Your IMPEACHMENT On TODAY in Santa Ana!

Are you ready to impeach in the belly of the beast? If so, join OC Impeach in front of The OC Register Building in Downtown Santa Ana at 2:00 PM this afternoon! If you want to see the Bush-Cheney crime family impeached for their high crimes and misdemeanors, join your fellow progressive OC denizens in…

LiberalOC Open Forum

It’s Thanksgiving Weekend.  Most people are shopping, while some of us can’t seem to “step away from the blog.” Whatever the case, since it’s a bit slow on the political news front, we figured that some of you may want to talk about OC-related political issues that we haven’t thought of yet. So have at…

Who’s Really The Most Electable Democrat?

Analyst Reveals John Edwards, not Hillary Clinton, as Most Electable Democrat David Terr, PhD number theorist and graduate from UC Berkeley, “we have almost 250 polls involving a hypothetical election between Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton and she is consistently performing worse than Edwards is in those same polls.” They argue that Hillary Clinton performs…

He did it again!!! Bush Pardons More Turkeys

I thought Scooter Libby was enough, but I guess I was wrong. Today in Washington, D.C. President Bush pardoned two more turkey’s. The turkeys, named May and Flower, will now be placed on a “slow boat” to Orlando, Fl. where they will serve as the Grand Marshal’s at Disneyworld’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. I’m still waiting…

Edwards responds to “Mudslinging” charge on Face the Nation

H/T Huffington Post ‘Mudslinging’ against Clinton: This is ‘milquetoast’ Former Sen. John Edwards, who ran for president in 2004 with an unfailingly upbeat campaign and then joined the ticket of his party’s nominee, has come back this year with a fighting edge – an edge which Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York has likened to…