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When all candidates and elected officials are losers, how can America win?

When all candidates and elected officials are losers, how can America win?

A lot of discussion here on Capitol Hill Blue lately about partisanship, degrees of unethical or criminal behavior and whether or not one political party is better than another. Some have suggested that I am trying to avoid alienating sources on either side of the fence by laying equal blame on Democrats and Republicans, liberals […]

Homophobic Santorum calls endorsement of gay marriage ‘suicidal’

Homophobic Santorum calls endorsement of gay marriage ‘suicidal’

One of the Republican Party’s leading homophobes, former Senator and failed Presidential candidate  Rick Santorum, is carrying his stirdent anti-gay message even further, urging fellow Republicans to avoid what he calls a “suicidal” endorsement of marrige equality. Even though polls show widespread public support for gay marriage, Santorum claims the trend if “only a fad” […]

Rabid-right Republicans, as usual, resist long-needed change in hypocritical and bigoted ideas

Rabid-right Republicans, as usual, resist long-needed change in hypocritical and bigoted ideas

The rabid right wing of the Republican Party, less and less of a factor as time marches on without them, is still fighting to prevent the party from moving forward and joining modern times. “Look, the Republican Party is not going to change,” former Senator and failed Presidential candidate Rick Santorum told Politico recently.  “If […]

Failed ‘fiscal conservative’ GOP Presidential candidates face millions in unpaid campaign debts

Failed ‘fiscal conservative’ GOP Presidential candidates face millions in unpaid campaign debts

Failed Republican primary candidates for President — who preached fiscal responsibility throughout their aborted runs for office — face millions of dollars of debts from their now shuttered campaigns. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich‘s campaign owes creditors close to $5 million, according to his Sept. 30 filing with the Federal Election Campaign. Gingrich, […]

Romney took tough welfare line in Massachusetts

Romney took tough welfare line in Massachusetts

  Mitt Romney, who is trying to gain an edge in the presidential contest with the disputed charge that President Barack Obama is giving welfare recipients a free ride, can point to his own record of pushing for tighter welfare rules during four years as governor of Massachusetts. Romney fought to require single parents with […]

Political candidates preach financial responsibility while stiffing creditors

Political candidates preach financial responsibility while stiffing creditors

GOP Presidential wannabes like Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Jon Huntsman and Newt Gingrich may preach financial responsibility on the campaign trail but they are deadbeats when it comes to paying their campaign bills. Gingrich, a former Speaker of the House, owes $4.85 million in unpaid campaign debts.  Santorum, a former Senator, has stilled creditors for […]

The race for the nomination is over. Time for the GOP to get its act together

The race for the nomination is over. Time for the GOP to get its act together

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney clinched the Republican nomination for President Tuesday night with a convincing win in Texas, a state where Ron Paul‘s never-say-die supporters carpet-bombed the web with loud predictions of an upset win and who now will undoubtedly claim fraud at the polls. Romney ended the night with 1,184 delegates — well […]

Mitt Romney clinches nomination with Texas win; Ron Paul strikes out in home state

Mitt Romney clinches nomination with Texas win; Ron Paul strikes out in home state

All Mitt Romney needed to do in the Texas GOP primary Tuesday was win at least 38 percent of the vote to gather enough delegates to officially clinch the nomination for President. He pulled down 69 percent, picked up 97 of the proportionally awarded delegates and cleared the 1,144 total hurdle with numbers. The Republican […]

Romney closes in on magic delegate number with primary sweeps in Arkansas, Kentucky

Romney closes in on magic delegate number with primary sweeps in Arkansas, Kentucky

Mitt Romney closed in on the Republican Presidential nomination Tuesday, sweeping primaries in Arkansas and Kentucky, ending the day just 79 delegates shy of the 1,144 needed to officially clinch the race. Romney captured all 42 delegates in Kentucky and 31 of the 33 up for grabs in in Arkansas.  A convincing win next week […]

Right-wing fatcats slow to write checks for Romney

Right-wing fatcats slow to write checks for Romney

Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney and his party raised a sizable $40 million last month from donors who want him to replace President Barack Obama. But even as Romney solidifies his position as the eventual GOP nominee, many supporters who backed his primary election challengers have not yet come to his aid. An Associated Press review […]

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