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House Democrats Pull Country Back From Fiscal Cliff

WECoyote

Last night the House of Representatives took to the floor to respond to the bi-partisan legislation, overwhelmingly approved by the Senate, to pull the country back from the edge of the fiscal cliff. The 112th Congress, unlike Wile E. Coyote, didn’t look down after House Republicans let the country walk over the edge for almost 24 hours.

San Diego Newspaper Aides Republican Candidates

If you listen to Republicans long enough, the subject of Liberal Media Bias will come up.  They won’t have any problem with the Conservative Media Bias by outlets like Fox News or on political blogs like this one.  In Orange County, where Liberals and Democrats can’t even get a columnist or an editorial with a…

Labor Day is a tough day for GOP Candidates

  GOP VP candidate Paul Ryan learned first hand why, on Labor day, Republican candidates for office should go into hiding.  The YouTube video above is pretty telling.  Lots of anger relating to his [party’s platform, very few pro-Ryan supporters, and a blatant refusal to engage everyday Americans on the GOP’s anti-labor platform. I have…

GOP Convention Day One: Sugar and Spice and Not Much Nice

Ann Romney at RNCC 8-27-2012

A day late, the GOP Convention launched with a dash of sugar (Ann Romney) and a bag of spice (every other speaker). Ann Romney painted her husband as a caring and compassionate man. Not surprising really, that was her job. Her mission was to soften the image of Mitt Romney; to paint him as something other than the corporate raider…

The Mean-Spirited GOP Platform for 2012

  It’s well known that Orange County is the place that former President Ronald Reagan said “All good Republicans go to die.” When taking a look the the GOP platform being circulated ahead of the party’s 2012 national convention in Tampa, we have to wonder if there are any “good” Republicans left in this extreme…

GOP Redefining Rape? Exactly when could a rape be legitimate?

Congressman Paul Ryan (R) Wisconsin

Over the weekend six-term Missouri Congressman Todd Akin, the GOP challenger to Senator Claire McCaskill, provided a clear distinction between the Republican world-view, and that of the majority of Americans. Akin stated that abortion should not be allowed in the case of rape since “women’s bodies have the ability to prevent pregnancy in such cases.”