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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:29 pm 
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I just got invited to the Romney Election Night Party in Boston after the primary tomorrow!

I'm guessing no open bar...

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Is that Rmoney's bitch in the doghouse?


It seems that way more and more every day.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 6:37 pm 
Oh goodie, there was a problem with ballots in Franklin County Ohio. Many polling places have multiple precincts - A, B, C, etc. - voting in the same place. In this election, though, because many places didn't have Issues on the ballot, the ballots were identical for all the precincts in a particular polling place. The BOE of elections decided to save some money and print just the A precinct ballots with the intention of using them for all the precincts. However, the poll workers didn't get the memo, couldn't find the B,C,D ballots and some people left before the problem was resolved.

Cue the howler monkeys! Since noon I've received 4 urgent robocalls - 3 from Romney, 1 from Santorum - telling me there might have been a problem in my precinct and if I left without voting, the problem is resolved and I should go back. "Go Back and Vote! Before 6:30P. In the name of all that is holy, go back and vote! For meeeee!"

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lol, guess it's been rough on Newt:

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/03/06/gingrich-dozes-off-on-camera-during-aipac/

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 8:07 pm 
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Georgia favors hometown boy? This will further confuse the race.

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No shocker: CBS: Gingrich to win Georgia, CBS News projects

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Mitt appears to be losing Ohio. Good job Kimba!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:09 pm 
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He's gaining, though.

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In Ohio, it looks like Romney will pull it out, though it's still too close to call. Josh Mandel , a complete weasel, will face Sherod Brown in the Senate race and in really wonderful news, mean Jean Schmidt (R-2), infamous for calling John Murtha a coward, has lost her primary race. With 84% of the vote reporting, Marcy Kaptur has a healthy lead over Dennis Kucinich but the race hasn't been called yet.


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Kucinich has lost. Subodh Chandra, the lawyer who is also admitted in CA and filed a bar complaint against Orly, lost the race for Cuyahoga County prosecutor. :(


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Nuts! I was hoping Rmoney would get battered and bruised a bit more than has occurred. Santorum appears to be the 2008 version of Mike Huckabee (aka Huckabeen). Gingrich and Paul have done so poorly that questions regarding their continued participation are bound to emerge.
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Real Clear Politics has delegates won as follows:
Rmoney.....354
Santorum...147
Gingrich......87
Paul...........54
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls ... count.html
CNN has it:
Rmoney.....404
Santorum...165
Gingrich.....106
Paul...........66
http://www.cnn.com/election/2012/primar ... ?hpt=hp_t1

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 8:32 am 
In Ohio - Rmoney 37.99%, Santorum google it 36.98% Rmoney barely squeaked through. I think he's getting sufficiently bloodied. But now I must admit I was wrong :o about Santorum google it lasting only until after Arizona.

Kucinich lost in his newly gerrymandered district. Mary Jo Kilroy lost the primary in her newly gerrymandered district. Pat Lang, Athens law director, won the Democratic primary in the gerrymandered 15th district to run against Republican darling, Steve Stivers.

Palin, in a desperate effort to remain relevant, told reporters in Wasilla yesterday that she wants "more people to have a say about who is the nominee". I think she's saying the millions of Republicans who have voted in the primaries don't count, or maybe she's saying anybody but Rmoney.


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Palin, in a desperate effort to remain relevant, told reporters in Wasilla yesterday that she wants "more people to have a say about who is the nominee". I think she's saying the millions of Republicans who have voted in the primaries don't count, or maybe she's saying anybody but Rmoney.


I think she's saying anybody but anybody who's not Palin.

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Kerchner: Rick Santorum Still Refusing to Provide Copies of Naturalization Papers Proving His Father was a U.S. Citizen When Rick was Born
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Many, many contacts over several months by many people to Rick Santorum’s campaign offices by telephone, letters, and email … and even to his home address in VA via registered postal mail with questions about how, where, and when his father Aldo Santorum [who was born in Italy to non-U.S. Citizen parents] became a US. Citizen, have gone unanswered. Rick it is a simple question and the public has the right to know. When did your immigrant father who came to the USA naturalize? Provide a copy of the paperwork of same to the American electorate.

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Rick Santorum has been asked repeatedly to provide copies to the public of his father’s Citizenship papers. The questions to Rick Santorum have gone repeatedly ignored and unanswered. Why? This evasive behavior on this subject by Rick Santorum reminds me of the same type of behavior by Marco Rubio. See the prior story about Marco Rubio and ultimately what we learned as to why he was evading answering the citizenship status of his parents and when they became U.S. Citizens in relation to Marco’s birth date here.

Thus given Rick Santorum’s similar evasive behavior over a lengthy period of time in his not answering the questions and providing copies of the citizenship papers for his father Aldo Santorum, if they exist, to show when Aldo Santorum naturalized as a U.S. Citizen, we have begun to dig in earnest to find the answers. We constitutionalists who firmly believe that the “natural born Citizen” clause in the U.S. Constitution is very important and applies to all, and that all candidates for the office of President and Vice President need to publicly prove that status, i.e., that they were born in the USA to two (born or naturalized) U.S. Citizen parents, in light of what we have discovered about the person now residing in the Oval Office, have begun the paper trail research in the various archives to get the facts that Rick Santorum refuses to provide willingly. Why Rick Santorum is making things so difficult for we in the American electorate and is not being transparent and open and giving the public the information they ask for on this matter is beyond me. Come on Rick, provide the information and supporting paperwork voluntarily.

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Does the proven lack of “natural born Citizen” of the United States status by several nationally promoted Republican candidates for President and/or Vice President explain why the Republican National Committee and Party and their conservative allies in the media have not said a word about Obama’s clear cut lack of “natural born Citizen” status and the criminal acts to cover that up by Obama? Are these Republican and so called conservative allies in the media allowing Obama to destroy the Constitution and Republic all for personal political gain of their party? If so, what does that say about their being “true conservatives” as some so publicly claim?

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I see that Charlie K has a new sparkly toy to play with. He had better be careful not to get Santorum googleit on him.

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Newt Announces Gaurantee Of Obama Reelection

...ok, I made the headline up, but in essence, this is what he is going to do. Thanks Newty! :mrgreen:


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/07/newt-gingrich-rick-santorum_n_1327703.html

...oh - and infighting is funny! :lol:

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Of course you all see what this means. Even assuming without admitting that Rick Santorum's Italian-born father was ever an American citizen, Rick Santorum was an Italian citizen at birth. He is still an Italian citizen; he has presented no proof that he has ever denounced his Italian citizenship. Santorum's grandfather was an Italian citizen who was not naturalized as an American citizen before Santorum's father was born. This website proves it. Rick Santorum is an Italian citizen. Did America fight World War II so that an Italian citizen could be President?


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Hey, look who just endorsed Santorum.

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Lars Enedge, NH State Representative
William Estrada, Director, Generation Joshua
Carl Falk, Palmetto Family Council
Joseph Farah, Editor, World Net Daily
Foster Friess, Investor
Pricie Hanna, Let Freedom Ring
Sue Hardenbergh, Co-leader, Anderson Tea Party Ohio


http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com ... fVlg%3D%3D

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Missouri Republicans originally scheduled a presidential preference primary for February 7, 2012. The Republican National Committee notified MOGOP that Missouri would lose 50% of their convention delegates by having an election before super Tuesday. The MO House and Senate (both contolled by Republicans) couldn't get their act together and move the election date into March so the state GOP announced the primary (which cost Missouri taxpayers a few million $) would be simply a beauty pageant and delegates would instead be awarded via a caucus system beginning in March. The date for the county caucuses was set for March 17, until somebody noticed that the selected date conflicted with Green Beer Day. Therefore county caucuses in Jackson County (Kanas City) and St Louis will be held March 24.
St Louis Post-Dispatch wrote:
Most caucuses will be held at 10 a.m. on March 17, but St. Louis city and Jackson County, which includes Kansas City, received special permission to hold their caucuses a week later, March 24, so as not to interfere with St. Patrick's Day.

http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt ... 512a5.html
Lt Gov Peter Kinder (R-MO) could have told MOGOP about the conflict had they only asked (he's the liason for bar happenings in Missouri).

There is no word yet if the caucuses will be postponed again should the Univ of Missouri Tigers still be alive in the NCAA tourney.

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Paulistas are enraged:

Slate Dave Weigel March 11, 2012 The Virgin Islands Caucus: How Ron Paul Lost By Getting the Most Votes
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How did Paul get 11 more votes than Romney, but lose to him on delegates? It's complicated. The Virgin Islands doesn't portion out delegates by popular vote. Voters literally elect delegates -- the six with the most support get to go to Tampa. So April Newland, John Clendenin, Luis Martinez, all Romney supporters, made it into the top bracket. Warren Bruce Cole, an uncommitted delegate, won then backed Romney. Only one Paul delegate, Robert Max Schanfarber, made the six.

A pity for Paul. Just like in Virginia, he and Romney were the only candidates who hustled to qualify for the election. Both had six VI delegates on the slate; Santorum only had two.

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Jeff Foxworthy endorses Mitt Romney and plans to campaign with him in Alabama and Mississippi.

Think Progress has a few suggestions for jokes for him to use on the campaign trail.

 If your wife drives “a couple of Cadillacs,” you might not be a redneck.
 If you think $374,000 in speaking fees is “not very much” money, you might not be a redneck.
 If your tax return is 203 pages long, you might not be a redneck.
 If you think it’s a problem that billionaires aren’t allowed to give you all the money they want, you might not be a redneck.
 If your earliest memories include looking down upon the people of New York from a helipad with your CEO father, you might not be a redneck.
 If you think “cheesy grits” from a Hilton hotel is down home southern cooking, you might not be a redneck.
 If you only hunt “small varmints, if you will,” you might not be a redneck.
 If you help your son set up a business by fronting him $10 million, you might not be a redneck.
 If the business is named after the place where your “ski mansion” is located, you might not be a redneck.

More at the link
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St Louis Post Dispatch wrote:
That caucus, the only one in St. Charles County, was supposed to award more delegates than any other caucus statewide. The caucus was adjourned without allocating delegates.
http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt ... 0f31a.html

Update!
The St Charles County Missouri Republicans will try it again, this time under the direct supervision of the state GOP bosses.
St Louis Post-Dispatch wrote:
[MO Republican State Chairman David] Cole will serve as temporary chairman of the replacement caucus, which he set for 7 p.m. April 10 at the St. Charles Convention Center.
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The state party's general counsel, Jefferson City attorney Harvey Tettlebaum, will be parliamentarian for the April caucus to handle any new rules disputes.

Not everyone is happy with the news.
St Louis Post-Dispatch wrote:
But on Friday, county Councilman Joe Brazil blasted what he called the state party's "hostile takeover" of the county GOP committee's responsibility.
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[Republican St Charles County Chairman Eugene] Dokes acknowledged on Friday making some mistakes at the first caucus, including allowing only one person to be nominated as chairman. But he said he wouldn't quit.
http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/stch ... a2668.html

I gotta go with Dokes and Brazil. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?

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Santorum is nuttier than I thought.

Santorum: 'Issue in this race is not the economy'

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Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says the issue in the presidential race is not the economy but an oppressive government that's taking away people's freedom.

Santorum made the remark Monday while campaigning in Rockford, Ill. Illinois has its GOP primary on Tuesday.

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Polls show that the economy is the foremost issue for American voters.

Santorum criticized Obama's healthcare law, particularly its mandate that people have health insurance. He said the economy is an issue because the government is oppressing people and taking away their freedom and that the economy is suffering as a result.


http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/usnews ... ot-economy

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