Florida’s New Favorite Son, Marco Rubio

November 3, 2010

2010 acceptance speech, after watching Crist go down the drain…

It’s worth the watching …

Down To The House-Stretch

November 2, 2010

Pull, altogether now!!! Let go Nancy, or we break your arms off.

Tea Rex

October 31, 2010

mmm, lying donkeys good.

Sarah — Interviews Barry

October 30, 2010

Gonna Blow

October 29, 2010

Crist Finds the Middle Left

October 18, 2010

Obama Angst Pulls West Virginia Into GOP Column

October 5, 2010

Sharron Angle’s lead widens in Nevada, and now this:

Deep resistance to Obama’s agenda has put a West Virginia Senate seat once thought to be safe territory for Democrats in serious jeopardy.

A new Fox News battleground state poll on the race for the seat held by the late Sen. Robert Byrd(D-KKK) for 51 years shows Republican businessman John Raese with a 5-point lead over Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin among likely voters — 48 percent to 43 percent.

In what may be the year’s clearest case of Obama’s downward pull on his party’s candidates, Manchin gets high marks from voters – 66 percent approved of his job performance and 65 percent had a positive view of him personally — but they still prefer Raese.

The cardboard claptrap of lies that is the Democrat party is folding up nicely.

Las Vegas Review-Journal EDITORIAL: Election offers clear choice — Sharron Angle for U.S. Senate

October 4, 2010

Las Vegas Review-Journal endorses Sharon Angle for Senate.

SMACK!!! over dead acorn Harry Reid. And tells why here.

Crash: WV Gov Behind

September 28, 2010

Tea Party favorite Rep John Raese has edged ahead of West Virginia’s popular former Democrat Governor Joe Manchin for the first time in the state’s special U.S. Senate race. …. Rasmussen

Formerly known as a safe Democrat Senate seat.

LOL: Crist Ballot Position, Number Nine

September 16, 2010

Shows what games the pols play that you don’t even know about — Down ballot, where old Jewish ladies vote for Pat Buchanan, that is where Charlie ‘the independent tuna’ Crist now resides. As an independent you don’t get to pick and choose, they are listed by order of filing.

Charlie Crist’s name was at the top of the ballot as the current governor and a Republican — But as a nonpartisan candidate for the Senate, he shows up ninth in a field of 10 candidates, sandwiched between Rick Tyler and Lewis Jerome Armstrong.

Most have clicked out by the time they scroll down to the eight position. So if Crist loses by a few votes, not likely, FNC poll yesterday put Rubio ahead by 16 points, but if, then it probably was ballot position.

Under Florida state law in general elections, partisan candidates are listed first, starting with the candidate of the party controlling the Governor’s Office. That puts Republican Marco Rubio at the top of the Senate ballot, followed by Democrat Kendrick Meek.

By law, minor party candidates are next: in this case, Libertarian Alexander Snitker followed by Bernie DeCastro of the Constitution Party of Florida. No-party candidates are listed in the order in which they filed their official papers — not alphabetically. So the ballot order comes out as —  Sue Askeland, Bruce Ray Riggs, Bobbie Bean, Tyler, Crist and Armstrong. Crist is Ninth — Hah!

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