Over the next several weeks President Obama will be working hard…working hard to get Nancy Pelosi back in the Speaker’s seat. Well let’s be fair, he will be campaigning for Mrs. Pelosi along with three Democratic Party committees, the DNC, DCCC, and DSCC.
After announcing that she would not run for re-election next year, Michele Bachmann also spurred her opponent to drop out of the race.
So, when Occupy Wall Street - and their blind allegiance minions - took to the streets in New York, they merely filled in the blanks in the protest template.
“It sucked, it sucked, and it was terrific.” That’s a remarkably blunt answer to a question posed to Republican pollster Neil Newhouse about the GOP’s generic-ballot poll numbers in the last three congressional election cycles.
In the wake of the Tucson tragedy the left has made quite the big deal of a map that Sarah Palin put on her website To listen to the media murmur you would think that Palin's Map was the primary, if not the sole cause of the shooting of Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the murder of six innocent people.
Nancy Pelosi is so very, very popular that 19 of her colleagues - her DEMOCRAT colleagues - voted against her for Speaker when the House opened for business on Wednesday.
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