Democrat war on women: Charlie Crist loves strip club money, won’t return donations — video

charlieCall it part of the Democrat’s own war on women.  Seems Charlie Crist, the Democratic Party candidate for governor of Florida, loves donations from strip clubs.

Even when fully informed of the source, and warned the donations appear sexist, he doubled down and said he wouldn’t return the donations.

Video of his statements can be seen below:

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Third party candidates are set to spoil Senate races

 

Meme courtesy of Facebook.com/theRealCommonSenseConservative

Meme courtesy of Facebook.com/theRealCommonSenseConservative

With control of the Senate coming down to a few seats that are too close to call, independent and third party candidates are positioned to play the spoiler in a number of races. In an unusual development, two independent candidates are making strong campaigns in two states. In several other states, Libertarian candidates are gaining just enough traction to affect the outcome of a close race. One three-way race pits a Tea Party favorite against another Republican and a Democrat.

 

The biggest outside threat to a race comes in Kansas, where independent Greg Orman is in a statistical tie with Republican incumbent Pat Roberts. The Democratic candidate, Chad Taylor, dropped out under pressure from national Democrats to step aside for Orman, a longtime Democrat supporter according to the Washington Examiner. Orman refuses say which party he would caucus with if he becomes the deciding vote in the Senate.

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Video: Hillary Clinton falsely claims businesses and corporations don’t produce jobs

Hillary_ClintonThis has got to be the stupidest thing ever said by a potential Democratic presidential candidate since Obama issued his now-infamous “you didn’t build that” line.

While speaking at a rally in Boston for Democrat gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley on Friday, Hillary Clinton actually said businesses and corporations don’t create jobs.  You read that right.  Clinton, who liberals hail as the most intelligent woman to ever walk the planet, actually made the idiotic claim.

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Fellow at the Hoover Institution: ‘Bush lied, thousands died was an abject lie’

Fellow at the Hoover Institution: ‘Bush lied, thousands died was an abject lie’

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Last week, the New York Times published an article questioning on whether former President George W. Bush was actually correct about Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) that lead-up to the 2003 war that Iraq. While liberals criticized and accused Bush of lying about Iraq’s WMD’s, Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution stated on Tuesday that the liberal left should now forget its old slogan, “Bush lied, thousands died motto.”

As evidence continues to mount that Iraq indeed had WMD’s, Hanson stated that while Republicans wanted to forget about the supposed absence of WMD in great quantities in Iraq, the Democrats saw Republican defensiveness as key to their recovery in 2006 in which the Democrats took over the House and the Senate. Hanson further stated that by the time President Obama was elected, the WND issue had been battered to death, it became no longer a political weapon of the left. Continue reading

Obama’s Politics and Policies are Indeed on November’s Ballot

no love1 coverLet’s get something straight right upfront…Barack HUSSEIN Obama has NO love for America, Americans, our military or our veterans, Israel or any of our other true allies, nor does he hold any affinity whatsoever for Christians and Jews…period. Barack HUSSEIN Obama is indeed (I believe) a muslim and a supporter of all things islamic… of all things counter to the Judeo-Christian principals, morals, and values upon which this great nation was founded…and the fabric of our American society in his eyes would be better served by prayer rugs extending from one coast of America to the other.

Barack HUSSEIN Obama’s presidency is a failure…a complete and total failure. The man who promised ‘hope and change’ instead has delivered NOTHING but ‘distrust, stagnation, utter despair, and disgust.’ Continue reading

Obama admits voter ID laws do not suppress minority voters (video)

 

MSNBC screen shot of Al Sharpton interviewing Barack Obama by David Thornton

MSNBC screen shot of Al Sharpton interviewing Barack Obama by David Thornton

 

President Obama admitted to the nation on Tuesday that controversial voter ID laws do not suppress the minority vote. The president, speaking in a radio interview, said that the primary reason that minority voters stay away from the polls was apathy.

 

Speaking on “Keeping It Real” with Al Sharpton, President Obama admitted, “Most of these laws are not preventing the overwhelming majority of folks who don’t vote from voting. Most people do have an ID. Most people do have a driver’s license. Most people can get to the polls. It may not be as convenient; it may be a little more difficult. There may be a few people who are impeded.”
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Video: Audience laughs at absurd war on women attack by New York Democrat

martharobertsonMartha Robertson, a Democrat running for New York’s 23rd Congressional House seat found herself targeted by an audience that found her pathetic “war on women” attack so absurd they literally laughed out loud.

During a debate held Thursday, she accused Republican Tom Reed of being “part of the War against Women.”

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GOP must appeal to minority and young voters to win a national election

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Fox News (labeled for reuse)

Barack Obama’s two presidential election victories were built on the backs of three groups in which he received landslide victories. Obama won with margins on the order of two-to-one with black, Hispanic and young voters both times he ran. These lopsided numbers of minority and young voters provided him with the slim margin that he needed to eke out a victory over Mitt Romney in spite of a strong showing by Romney among white voters. If any Republican hopes to win a national election in the future, it is axiomatic that he must slice deeply into the Democratic advantage with minority and young voters.

 

The Democratic plan has been one of targeting their message to individual demographic groups in a divide-and-conquer strategy. Black voters are told that Republicans are racist and want to suppress them at the polls and repeal the Voting Rights Act. Hispanics are told that Republicans are racist and want to deport them. Millennials are swayed by Obama’s “cool” factor. The razor thin rationales targeting the various demographic groups should be permeable to Republican attacks.

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Why Tea Party losses in 2014 happened… and why it’s still a success

David W. Thornton

David W. Thornton

2010 was the year of the Tea Party. It seems now that the movement’s impact was a flash in the pan, however. The once mighty grassroots effort flopped in 2012 and continued to slide toward irrelevance in 2014. How did the spontaneous uprising against President Obama’s liberal policies fizzle so quickly, especially since President Obama himself is more unpopular than ever?

 

In 2010, it seemed that the grass roots conservative movement would shake the nation and upend the Obama Administration. That year saw the Democrats take a “shellacking” as Republicans took control the House of Representatives in a landslide of historic proportions. The Republican class of 2010 included such notable names as Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.

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Liberal hate machine falsely claims Fox News told young people not to vote, low-infos outraged

guilfoyleLed by the George Soros-funded Media Matters, the liberal hate machine falsely claimed that Fox News’ Kimberly Guilfoyle told young people not to vote.  Naturally, low-information voters fell for the lie and expressed outrage.  Even Leonard Nimoy fell for the lie.

Did Guilfoyle really say young people shouldn’t vote?  Not really, Twitchy said.

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