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Takedown! Thu, 18 Oct 2012 14:00:01 +0000 Found this on The Spew’s Twitter timeline, but there was no credit, so I can’t tell you who created it. 

 hat tip: Max McLeieer via Twitter.

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Thomas Peterffy – Freedom To Succeed Thu, 11 Oct 2012 03:30:38 +0000 Mr. Peterffy tells a story that liberals do not want to hear.  Watch.


Thomas Peterffy grew up in socialist Hungary. Despite the fact that he could not speak English when he immigrated to the United States in 1956, Thomas fulfilled the American dream. With hard work and dedication, he started a business that today employs thousands of people. In the 1970s, Thomas bought a seat on the American Stock Exchange. He played a key role in developing the electronic trading of securities and is the founder of Interactive Brokers, an online discount brokerage firm with offices all over the world.

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Important Obama Debate Highlights Fri, 05 Oct 2012 02:33:08 +0000 I think this video from PoliticsBuzz hits on all the important points and sums it up quite well.  Please let us know what you think in the comments section.



hat tip - Kit Edwards via Twitter

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Pelosi/Obama Mute Button Ad Sun, 23 Sep 2012 20:45:16 +0000 Found this over at Hot Air.  It’s the new Team Romney Ad.  Short and sweet, and right to the point. 

“Bob Woodward, the Washington Post reporter who broke Watergate, recently wrote that during stimulus negotiations, President Obama called his Democratic leadership team, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi. And as President Obama spoke, Nancy Pelosi hit the mute button. Went on with their meeting, ignoring the President. Not even listening to what he had to say.

If he cannot lead his own party, how can he lead America?”


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Who Is Congressman Paul Ryan? Sat, 11 Aug 2012 19:40:09 +0000 Start here:


You can learn more about Congressman Ryan here.

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The Real Story About Mitt Romney and African-American Folks Tue, 17 Jan 2012 16:24:50 +0000 In what appears to be “a pulling of the race card,”  the media has  recently been saturated with claims that Mitt Romney is “too white.”  The implication is that he is unable to represent African-Americans because of  his skin color.  An unfair charge if ever there was one.  If only these reporters would do their jobs and let us know the real story.  A simple search will afford all types of photos to show us that the Romney family has been  involved in the African-American community for years.


Great, Great Grandaddy Romney with some of the fellas


Before there was Atticus


Good times


Mitt with the leader of the Pack




Meet 'n Greet with the Flav


Romney Cares


There's gold in them thar hills




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Belated Christmas Coal for Romney Sat, 07 Jan 2012 17:43:10 +0000 When a candidate’s hometown  newspaper doesn’t support you, you have to know more trouble will be coming down the pike.


 Jon Huntsman was endorsed for president by The Boston Globe on Thursday.

The endorsement… is a well-received coup for a campaign that’s struggled to win endorsements and backings of major national or regional newspapers or political icons.

But perhaps the bigger news is that the Boston paper opted not to support Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and the Republican primary race’s front-runner.


Read the whole article  article


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The Governorship That Partially Disappeared Tue, 06 Dec 2011 14:58:25 +0000 It is beyond belief that this guy is still at the near top of the list.  When are Conservatives, Republicans and Independents going to wake up and smell the stink of this guy?


Photo:  hooptedoodle


From: Yahoo

How Mitt Romney Tried to Erase the Evidence of His Governorship

By: Dashiell Bennett | The Atlantic Wire

Shortly before leaving the governor's office in Massachusetts, Mitt Romney's administration spent nearly $100,000 of state money to purge computer and email records in an unprecedented attempt to wipe out the paper trail of his tenure. His staff took home hard drives from state-owned computers and erased emails and other communications from state servers, complicating current efforts to retrieve and review the records of Romney's four-year term that ended in 2007.

Read the article here

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It appears that many people agree… Fri, 25 Nov 2011 23:33:08 +0000 … that Romney is still not trustworthy.    Over a month ago, Supraman posted an article (click here) questioning if he could be trusted.  Still having fears, many GOP voters  are convinced that Romney will always flip – flop on the conservative  issues the voters hold dear.   

Check out the article at LA Times


Photo:  (Paul Sancya, Associated Press / November 9, 2011)

As other Republican candidates have stumbled their way toward the presidential primaries, Mitt Romney has put together what would seem to be all the elements of a winning campaign: an effective staff, a robust treasury and smooth, knowledgeable performances both in debates and on the trail.

But for months, the threshold of support for the former Massachusetts governor hasn’t inched above a quarter of Republican voters in national polls. For many GOP voters in early primary states, hesitation about Romney comes back to one thing: their perception that he has routinely molded his views to suit the political mood, with ambition his overriding principle.

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