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Rick Perry - Amazing Candidate

This is the Republican candidate I would most like to see.

Steele Crazy After All These Years

RNC Chairman Michael Steele defends his controversial comments about Afghanistan from his 5th of July vegan barbecue. (06:51)

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Two Girls One GOP

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CPAC 2010 - Rage Within the Machine

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Zombie Reagan


Zombie Reagan Raised From Grave To Lead GOP
(tip to Max)

Jonathan Haidt - The difference between liberals and conservatives

Crossing the Mara-Mara Again

Every decision is liberating, even if it leads to disaster. Otherwise, why do so many people walk upright and with open eyes into their misfortune? –Elias Canetti

A friend wrote, "Canetti might have written that of wildebeests as they gleefully jump into the Mara-Mara on the their annual migration across the plains of Africa and often into the waiting jaws of a Nile crocodile."

Canetti might also have written that of the so-called progressives, who, blinded by their hatred of Barack Obama, have gleefully jumped into the Republican Party on their delusional migration from sanity to insanity.

I certainly understand their reservations with Barack Obama; I share many of them. I can even understand if they choose to support Ralph Nader, or another progressive candidate. But John McCain and his fundamentalist sidekick Sarah Palin, give me a break.

Now some of them will claim that they are not for either of the mainstream candidates, but by their fruits you shall know them, and those fruits are plain to see.

It is painful to watch the machinations they go through trying to avoid the cognitive dissonance they are surely suffering from. They are trying to convince themselves that there is no 'real' difference between McCain and Obama, but just comparing the two candidates views on healthcare should dispel that.

It is unlikely it will however since their journey is not based on reason, but is an emotional one, much like the Obamabots they ridiculed before.

Here's what I'd like them to do. Imagine they are sitting across the table from Hillary Clinton and explain to her exactly why it is that they are supporting John McCain and Sarah Palin, because supporting them they are.

Republicans Are Evil




Senator Durbin On Republican Obstructionism



Whose Nominee?

contributed by Charles Lemos

Just exactly who is voting for Barack Obama in these contests? For an answer to this question came this answer from Representative Dennis Kucinich.

In Ohio's primary election in the 10th Congressional District last week, more than 10,000 registered Republicans switched their party affiliation on election day and became "Democrats for a Day." Their purpose was twofold 1) allowing them to try to unseat the one Congressman who has been a national leader on every issue and who reflects the core values of real Democrats: Representative Dennis Kucinich and 2) to sway the Democratic nomination in favour of Barack Obama, not because they support Barack Obama necessarily but because they want to derail Hillary Clinton.



10,000 Republicans in one Congressional District. If you believe that these are Republicans who have seen the light, think again. My view of open primaries is now firmly against them. Just who is electing whose nominee?

MyDD :: GOP Meddling Bodes Ill for Democrats

MyDD :: GOP Meddling Bodes Ill for Democrats

“Republicans have won five out of the last seven presidential elections. Not too shabby. And who is the only Democrat who's managed to beat them in the last 28 years? A lying, corrupt, backroom deal-making, racist Clinton - at least, that seems to be the way a lot of people view him. Read the posts of some (not all) Obama supporters. You'll see more venom directed toward Bill and Hillary Clinton than toward George Bush. I think that's a problem.”

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