Sunday, March 04, 2012

New Documentary About Obama and Israel: Daylight

From the Emergency Committee for Israel.

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Russian Election Results

From Fox News:
Exit polls cited by state television say Vladimir Putin has won Russia's presidential election, which the opposition and independent observers say has been marred by widespread violations.

Putin tallied 59 percent of Sunday's vote, according to a nationwide exit poll conducted by the VTsIOM polling agency for Channel one television. Another exit poll done by the FOM polling agency for Rossiya TV showed Putin received 58 percent of the ballot.

Communist Party candidate Gennady Zyuganov, got support of some 18 percent, according to the survey, and the others -- nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, socialist Sergei Mironov and billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov -- were in single digits.

Opposition leaders and Russian observers said Sunday they are seeing widespread violations in elections that are expected to return Vladimir Putin to the Kremlin.
If confirmed, claims of violations could undermine the legitimacy of Putin's victory and help fuel opposition protests.

The independent elections watchdog agency Golos said it was receiving reports of so-called "carousel voting," in which busloads of voters are driven around to cast ballots multiple times.
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2012 Republican Delegate Count

These are the current estimated delegate counts from the Associated Press:

Romney - 180
Santorum - 90
Gingrich - 29
Ron Paul - 23
Huntsman - 2

Through two months of voting, slightly more than 300 delegates have been awarded to the field, but everything is about to change - 466 delegates are set to be awarded in Super Tuesday's 10 state run, which could result in either this race getting a lot closer, or someone pulling away altogether.

1,144 delegates are required to win the Republican nomination, anything less after the first ballot is considered to be an brokered convention, in which delegates can support whomever they please for our nomination, regardless if they have been in the race, or not.

Stay tuned for continuing primary updates from Pundit Press.

China's Newest Hit TV Show: Death Row Interviews

From the Daily Mail:
With her silk scarves and immaculate make-up, Ding Yu looks every inch the modern television presenter. Indeed, for the past five years she has hosted a hugely successful prime-time show in China which has a devoted following of 40 million viewers every Saturday night.

But while in Britain the weekend evening entertainment will be The X Factor or Strictly Come Dancing, Ms Ding’s show features harrowing – some would say voyeuristic – footage of prisoners confessing their crimes and begging forgiveness before being led away to their executions.

The scenes are recorded sometimes minutes before the prisoners are put to death, or in other cases when only days of their life remain.

The glamorous Ms Ding conducts face-to-face interviews with the prisoners, who have often committed especially gruesome crimes. Her subjects sit in handcuffs and leg chains, guarded by warders. She warms up with anodyne questions about favourite films or music, but then hectors the prisoners about the violent details of their crimes and eventually wrings apologies out of them.

She promises to relay final messages to family members, who are usually not allowed to visit them on death row. The cameras keep rolling as the condemned say a farewell message and are led away to be killed by firing squad or lethal injection.
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If you've been keeping up with the news, then you know about the Rush Limbaugh controversy. If you haven't, here it is in a nutshell.
This link has a good synopsis of what prompted Limbaugh to cover the issue in the first place. Let me quote from the article:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), said she called the hearing of the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee because Sandra Fluke, a student at Georgetown University Law School, was not allowed to testify at the Feb. 16 hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
“Democrats are prepared to hear from a single witness today, a Georgetown Law student, Sandra Fluke, to testify before the committee,” Pelosi said in her opening remarks. “We are proud to bring Sandra before our Steering and Policy Committee to deliver the testimony she was denied last week, to stand firm in the cause of women’s health -- to no longer be held silent. Sandra is a bold and passionate leader for young women and all women, at Georgetown and across the country. She understands that this issue that we’re discussing is a matter of women’s health, plain and simple.”
Pelosi noted that Fluke has been active in the battle against human trafficking and domestic violence, and she also served as the president and secretary of a “reproductive justice” group at Georgetown Law School
Fluke said Georgetown, a Jesuit school, does not provide contraceptive coverage in its student health plan, a situation that places "financial, emotional and medical burdens" on students.
She expressed gratitude for the Obama administration's contraception mandate, which will force religiously affiliated schools and hospitals to provide services that some religions, including Catholicism, find morally wrong and impermissible.
Okay, I hear you ask, but how did Limbaugh come up with the conclusion that Sandra Fluke was a “prostitute” and a “slut”?

Well, for the answer to that, we'll have to read another article. This article is one with a little bit more detail. Again, I'll quote from the article:

"Forty percent of the female students at Georgetown Law reported to us that they struggled financially as a result of this policy (Georgetown student insurance not covering contraception), Fluke reported.
It costs a female student $3,000 to have protected sex over the course of her three-year stint in law school, according to her calculations.
"Without insurance coverage, contraception, as you know, can cost a woman over $3,000 during law school," Fluke told the hearing. (my emphasis)

So, according to Fluke's calculations, 40% of Georgetown Law's female students are having three thousand dollars worth of sex over a three year period (no pun intended). Which works out to an average of one thousand dollars every year.
Rethink those numbers for a second: Forty percent of Georgetown Law's female students are spending one thousand dollars per year in order to have protected sex.
Let that sink in for a few seconds. One thousand dollars per year to have protected sex.
And, because Fluke wants that to be covered by insurance, you and I will be paying for it. Unless you know of some other way for something to be covered by insurance? No? Me neither.
Now, there are a myriad number of ways to have protected sex nowadays. The cheapest (and according to the contraception experts, most effective) ways to do so is by using a condom. Now, I admit, it's been a couple of years since I've had to buy a condom, so they may have sky-rocketed (no pun intended) in price lately. But I don't think that they've gone so far up that they are a $1,000 a pop (again, no pun intended).
As a matter of fact, let's find out, shall we? After 30 seconds (because I've got a slow connection, that's why) of googling the subject “condom prices”, one of the first links is . Perusing the selection, we find that the most expensive condom is $1.25, and is known as The Strapped XL condom. Since the Georgetown Law female student is so strapped for cash, this is obviously not the first choice. That would probably be the Crown Condom by Okamoto, retailing for the spine-tingling price of $.45, or 100 for $19.95.
Well, let's suppose that the Georgetown Law female student decides to get $1,000 worth of the most expensive condoms. How many would that be? Some quick math tells us that $1,000 divided by $1.25 equals 800 condoms. Divide 800 condoms by 365 days and you get 2.19 times. That's at least 2 times a day and three times every 5 days every day for an entire year.
Wait, there's a Kennedy Party Pack! $30.95 for 100 condoms! How many would that be? Some quick math tells us that $1,000 divided by $30.95 equals about 32 1/3 packs of 100 condoms. Divide that by 365 days in the year, and we've got 8.85 instances of protected sex every day for the entire year.
Nah, who wants the most expensive condom? Let's suppose instead that the Georgetown Law female student decides to get $1,000 worth of the least expensive condoms. How many would that be? Some quick math tells us that $1,000 divided by $.45 equals 2222.22 condoms. Divide 2,222.22 by 365 days, and you get a smidgen over 6 times. That Georgetown Law female student would be having protected sex 6 times a day, every day for the entire year.
Nah, we're going for quantity here, not quality. Let's suppose instead that the Georgetown Law female student decides to get $1,000 worth of the least expensive condoms, but in the $19.95 100 pack set. How many would that be? Some quick math tells us that $1,000 divided by $19.95 equals 50 1/8 sets of 100 condoms. That's a little over 5,000 condoms to be used over the next year. That's, um, not quite 14 times a day every day for the entire year.
Now, as you can see, the range for the daily ration of protected sex is anywhere from a little over 2 times to a little under 14 times, depending on your wants and needs. That's every day for an entire year, with no days off.
Now, there are other options, but I think I've made my point clear. The only way that you could spend $1,000 to have protected sex is to be using that protection at the very least two times a day everyday for the entire year. Perhaps 40% of the females at Georgetown Law are doing that, but I'm thinking not. For one thing, nobody would be getting any studying done!
Guys at Georgetown Law are really liking their odds nowadays, though.
Now comes the news that Ms. Sandra Fluke is contemplating suing Rush, apparently for slander. I don't think Fluke is getting the best legal advice available to her if this story is true.
I want to see this happen. The prosecution, according to established law, would have to prove that Ms. Fluke is not “a prostitute” or “a slut” in order to win. The defense would have a heyday, and I guarantee you that once Mr. Limbaugh is up there on the stand, things would get very interesting. I can just imagine him running through all of these numbers that I've just run through.
And the calling up of old boyfriends would make for fascinating TV, to say the least. What would they have to say, I wonder? The testimony of how many times they had protected sex would run on every nightly newscast. The laughter and jokes would carry us through the long hot summer that is coming up.
Please, please, please, Ms. Fluke, don't throw Br'er Limbaugh into that thorn bush!

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Romney Wins Washington in Landslide

In what should send shivers down the collective spine of Santorum supporters, Romney did not only come away with a 13% margin of victory, and an predicted 30 delegates out of the caucuses held in Washington yesterday afternoon, but their man finished third behind Ron Paul in a state he was 11% ahead just one week ago.

2012 Washington GOP Caucuses:

Romney - 19,111 - 38%
Ron Paul - 12,594 - 25%
Santorum - 12,089 - 24%
Gingrich - 5,221 - 10%
Over 50,000 folks participated in the caucuses, which surpassed state party estimates and broke the old attendance record of 25,000. It also represents the last contest before Super Tuesday erupts in 2 days; before the Republican nomination could either be wrapped up by Romney, or Santorum, even possibly Gingrich, come storming back into the fight.

Regardless of what happens then, we know what happened yesterday: Mitt Romney added another thirty delegates (estimated by the AP, as the straw poll was non-binding in Washington) to his ever increasing total, while winning his forth straight contest and setting Santorum back even more.

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Putin Election Results

From Fox News:
Exit polls cited by state television say Vladimir Putin has won Russia's presidential election, which the opposition and independent observers say has been marred by widespread violations.

Putin tallied 59 percent of Sunday's vote, according to a nationwide exit poll conducted by the VTsIOM polling agency for Channel one television. Another exit poll done by the FOM polling agency for Rossiya TV showed Putin received 58 percent of the ballot.

Communist Party candidate Gennady Zyuganov, got support of some 18 percent, according to the survey, and the others -- nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, socialist Sergei Mironov and billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov -- were in single digits.

Opposition leaders and Russian observers said Sunday they are seeing widespread violations in elections that are expected to return Vladimir Putin to the Kremlin.
If confirmed, claims of violations could undermine the legitimacy of Putin's victory and help fuel opposition protests.

The independent elections watchdog agency Golos said it was receiving reports of so-called "carousel voting," in which busloads of voters are driven around to cast ballots multiple times.
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Exit Polls Show Putin Wins Russian Presidential After Tremendous Voter Fraud

From Fox News:
Exit polls cited by state television say Vladimir Putin has won Russia's presidential election, which the opposition and independent observers say has been marred by widespread violations.

Putin tallied 59 percent of Sunday's vote, according to a nationwide exit poll conducted by the VTsIOM polling agency for Channel one television. Another exit poll done by the FOM polling agency for Rossiya TV showed Putin received 58 percent of the ballot.

Communist Party candidate Gennady Zyuganov, got support of some 18 percent, according to the survey, and the others -- nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, socialist Sergei Mironov and billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov -- were in single digits.

Opposition leaders and Russian observers said Sunday they are seeing widespread violations in elections that are expected to return Vladimir Putin to the Kremlin.
If confirmed, claims of violations could undermine the legitimacy of Putin's victory and help fuel opposition protests.

The independent elections watchdog agency Golos said it was receiving reports of so-called "carousel voting," in which busloads of voters are driven around to cast ballots multiple times.
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Saturday, March 03, 2012

Hey Look, Yet Another Video of Mitt Romney Flip-Flopping and Lying

If this guy gets the nomination, I'm going to have to wear an atomic-powered clothes pin on my nose:

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Obama Likens Himself To Gandhi And Nelson Mandela

We're dealing with a genius here. From Real Clear Politics:
"The civil rights movement was hard. Winning the vote for women was hard. Making sure that workers had some basic protections was hard," President Obama said at a fundraiser while talking about how difficult it is to bring about "change" in politics.

"Around the world, Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, what they did was hard. It takes time. It takes more than a single term. It takes more than a single president. It takes more than a single individual," Obama said.

"What it takes is ordinary citizens who keep believe, who are committed to fighting and pushing and inching this country closer and closer to our highest ideals. And I said in 2008, 'that I am not a perfect man and I will not be a perfect president.' But I promised you, but I promised you, I promised you back then that I would always tell you what I believe. I would always tell you where I stood," he also said at a fundraiser in NYC.

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Ted Nugent Endorses Romney

Perhaps the most important endorsement during the entire 2012 Republican race has just occurred. If analysts thought Kid Rock helped my man Mitt Romney win Michigan, then this endorsement might bring him all the way to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Ladies and gentlemen, do you have cat scratch fever?

Thats right, Ted Nugent endorsed Mr. Romney yesterday afternoon on his twitter feed:

"after a long heart&soul conversation with MittRomney today I concluded this goodman will represent we the people & I endorsed him"

This isn't exactly President Bush, but Nugent definitely appeals to a strong segment of voters in this nation, especially those who cling to their religion and guns (especially the guns) and I'm looking forward to hearing some Mitt-scratch fever lyrics on the campaign trail.

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P.S. - If Ted Nugent is behind Romney, then how can you be against him? Just remember he knows how to use his guns, and that standing against Ted is standing with radical liberal elites... Just sayin'

Video: What Would a Debate Between Barack Obama and Newt Gingrich Look Like?

Newt Gingrich DEMOLISHES Barack Obama in debate. from Peter Shepherd on Vimeo.

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Friday, March 02, 2012

Hank the Cat Comes Under Attack

Damn dogs.

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Romney Leads in Washington

HT: Politico

The Michigan bounce is real. Just forty-eight hours after the nation woke up to Mitt Romney's major victory in Michigan and Santorum's attempt to claim he still won, even though he didn't, Washington Republicans have been swept up by Mittmentum - what was an eleven point deficit yesterday, is now him leading by five.

Public Policy Polling:

Romney - 37%.
Santorum - 32%.
Ron Paul - 16%.
Gingrich - 13%.

Both Romney and Paul are campaigning in the state today in hopes of gaining the straw poll votes of an estimated 25,000-40,000 Republicans tomorrow afternoon, which will be a state record for caucus turnout. However, Romney's late momentum will probably seal the deal for his campaign and a good chunk of the 43 delegates at stake.

Only time will tell, but I'm confident of Romney's forth consecutive victory in the Republican race in Washington tomorrow afternoon.

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The Return of Baseball

It's the most wonderful time of the year: baseball is back.

After months of freezing cold, constant boredness and the heart-break of another failed Jets' season, springtime is once again bringing back the rejuvenation of baseball into our homes, fields and minds.

The pre-season brought many changes as well: Albert Pujols to the Angels, Prince Fielder to Detroit, Bobby Valentine hired to manage the Redsox and the Marlins signing Jose Reyes from the NY Mets. Plus, the post-season will now have an additional round of wild card playoffs, which should be quite interesting to see in action.

Sadly, my Braves front office made no major decisions over the winter. Our roster matches 2011 too perfectly in my opinion, although that doesn't hurt us considering we were just one game from being playoff bound, rather then the eventual World Series champions, St. Louis.

I'm hopeful our 2012 club, anchored by Chipper Jones, Brian McCann and Craig Kimbrel will bring Atlanta back to the playoffs, but regardless of outcome, I sure am glad the boys of summer are once again taking the field, and soon center-stage on my television, computer and life.

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My Prediction for the Secret Obama Tapes

With the conservative world still mourning Andrew Breitbart, one of his confidantes stated yesterday that Breitbart's plan of releasing tapes of a young Barack Obama would go on. As he told Sean Hannity last night, the tapes will be released in a week to ten days.

So what's going to be on these tapes?

I had a chance to peruse the HotAir comments and some common themes keep surfacing:

- Radical racial rhetoric.
- Radical Marxist rhetoric.
- Film of Obama with Bill Ayers or Bernie Dohrn.
- Film of Obama during his 1980s trip to Pakistan.

While any of these are certainly possible, the question has to come up. How much personal information about Obama's life was videotaped in the 1980s? Sure, some of his friends may have viedeotaped a young idealist-- but those tapes would likely not be available, even today.

Unfortunately for the righty blogs, including our own, I don't think there will be anything spectacular. Likely it's a lefty professor spouting some Marxist nonsense and a 22-year old Obama looking on in a crowd of 50-500, nodding his head. Or maybe it's him attending a liberation theology church. I just don't see where the major keystone comes in here.

Think about what Obama has stated he's done:

- Spent 20 years in Reverend Wright's church
- Used cocaine
- Spent time with Marxist students and professors

What beyond this would truly be so shocking?


Barack Obama was a Young Republican!!!!!! /s

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Video: Obama Heckled on Iran at NYC Fundraiser

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Breitbart Friend: Obama College Tapes to be Released Soon

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Creepy: Robert the Haunted Doll

A creepy way to start your day:

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Thursday, March 01, 2012

None Dare Call It…

In 1777 the British thought they had finally hit upon a strategy to crush the rebellion.  They would divide the colonies.  General John Burgoyne had presented a bold plan to the government in London.  He proposed to invade New England from Canada marching down the Hudson River Valley.  There British troops moving up from New Jersey and New York under the command of General Howe would join Burgoyne and effectively cut the colonies in  two demoralizing the rebels and discouraging the French who were considering recognizing the independence of America.
In early summer Burgoyne set off with a professional army of over 7,000 men and many thousands of Indian allies.  In a declaration Burgoyne threatened to unleash his Indian allies to pillage the Americans.  When numerous atrocities were committed the vast majority of Americans in the path of the invading army resolved to join the rebellion thus swelling the troops and supplies of the Americans.
As the British proceeded south the resistance constantly stiffened and the swarm of snipers buzzed about the invaders like mosquitos snipping at their heels over and over.  Burgoyne ignored these attacks and continued his advance to the south in a grand style.  Meanwhile, miles to the south General Howe made a decision that would have a fateful consequence.   Instead of marching to meet Burgoyne as he was supposed to do he decided to attack Philadelphia, the Rebel capital.  Not aware of the change of plans Burgoyne continued to march south unconcerned that his supply lines were becoming longer and less secure since he thought he would receive everything he needed as soon as the reinforcements arrived.
Soon American ambushes began to defeat or capture any British forces sent out from the main body to forage or scout.  The Americans began to burn and destroy all supplies, crops, and pasture in front of the British.  Day by day General Burgoyne should have begun to realize he was marching into a trap.  Finally in the first week of October 1777 the American Continental Army confronted the British north of Albany near the town of Saratoga.  Ever the flamboyant firebrand Burgoyne though now surrounded and outnumbered trusted to his professional troops to overwhelm and defeat the citizen soldiers of the American Army.  Without hesitation Burgoyne took the offensive and was soon smashing his way through the poorly trained militias that made up a major portion of the American Army.  He seemed about to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat when one of America’s greatest heroes intervened.
When the British were about to break through General Benedict Arnold rallied his troops and against the orders of his commanding officer led a valiant counterattack which changed the course of the day and set the stage for the eventual surrender of the entire British army.  This ultimately led to the recognition of America by France.  And this led to the French fleet and army being present at Yorktown for the final victory which won the war.
General Arnold was grievously wounded at the battle of Saratoga and would never completely recover his health.  In the reports of the battle the American commanding general Horatio Gates did not mention Arnold’s heroic deeds and took all the credit for the victory himself.
This slight festered in the heart of Arnold, and is believed to be the reason why he eventually betrayed the cause he had sworn to defend and earned a name forever synonymous with traitor in American History.
In 1777 a foreign army tried to divide America.  The assault was met by minute men rushing from all directions leaving the comfort of their homes to sacrifice their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor to save their home land.  Today the forces of social welfare use class warfare to divide and conquer.  Now is the time for all good men to come to the aide of their country!  Now is the time for loyalty and patriotism not the time to be timid in the face of forces dedicated to the transformation of our Republic.
Exactly what is treason?  It is the offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance: the betrayal of a trust.
Benedict Arnold did that by trying to surrender his command: the fortress at West Point.  He betrayed his trust and sought to bring about the defeat of his nation. 
What should we call leaders who act against the interest of the nation?  Who fight endless wars for peace that do not enhance our security or protect our interest?  What should we call leaders who sacrifice our energy independence to a false religion of manmade global warming and squander our treasure pouring it into ideologically driven fringe technologies that fail time and time again?  What should we call leaders who embrace our enemies and offend our friends?  What should we call leaders who have cast off all fiscal restraint and are spending us and our great grandchildren into oblivion?  What do we call leaders who ignore the limitations of the Constitution, expand the police and detention powers of the military, and actively work to put law abiding citizens under constant surveillance?
Historians always say that hindsight is 20/20 and looking back we can see that General Arnold believed he had a reason or at least an excuse for his treason.
Seeing as clearly in the present is always a more challenging assignment; however, it is our responsibility to act as the stewards of the heritage we have received.  And as the current stewards of America’s precious heritage of limited government, personal liberty, and economic freedom it is our duty to evaluate those who are sailing the ship of state over Niagara without even a barrel and ask ourselves why are they doing this?  Why are those sworn to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States doing everything conceivable to undermine the Republic and institute a centrally-planned collectivist democracy in its place?
The hidden secrets of the heart are impossible to discern.  None of us can ever truly know the unspoken motives of another.  Therefore we must base our interpretations of motive upon actions.  We watch the bravest of the brave fight and die in wars already surrendered.   We watch endless talk about the debt as the debt is constantly increased.  We watch as thousands of new regulations are added every day binding the free citizens of America in a totalitarian nightmare of control.  Though none dare call it by its real name, none dare point the finger of accusation for fear of being called a bigot, a racist, or intolerant, is it time to use the word none dare speak: treason?
As Thomas Paine once said, “THESE are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives everything its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated.”
Dr. Owens teaches History, Political Science, and Religion for Southside Virginia Community College.  He is the Historian of the Future and the author of the History of the Future @ © 2012 Robert R. Owens  Follow Dr. Robert Owens on Facebook or Twitter @ Drrobertowens

Bomb Squad Called to Rush Limbaugh's House on Palm Beach

From News Channel Five, NBC:
The bomb squad has been called to the Palm Beach home of Rush Limbaugh.

Officials say security found a suspicious package and called for assistance.

The conservative talk-show host lives on the northern end of the island.

The Palm Beach Daily News reports Palm Beach police blocked off North Ocean Boulevard and are re-routing northbound traffic onto North Ocean Way.
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Honoring Breitbart

There is a sadness that is permeating the people on the right today.  A fearless warrior has left us today.  A man who was willing to shine a bright light on the hypocrisy that surrounds our politics today.  He was fearless.  He was tenacious.  He also was a son, a brother, a son-in-law, a husband, and a father.  His eldest child is just 12 years old.

I have been reading the tributes to him around the blogosphere.  Some made by people who only knew of him.  Others by people who met him.  And some who could rightly call him a friend.  They are very touching.  Some surprises are there as well.  Media Matters handled it with dignity:
Media Matters has a long history with Andrew Breitbart. We've disagreed more than we've found common ground, but there was never any question of Andrew's passion for and commitment to what he believed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family today.
Of course there are those on the left that have not.  The twitter feeds will make your hair curl and frankly ashamed.  They are all too willing --eager really -- to bring up Breitbart's response after the passing of liberal lion Ted Kennedy, which was not his best moment, to justify their own hate filled over the top glee at the death of a man who was too young to die.

We also have the people on the right who have already are out with the conspiracy theories that he was murdered.  Some of the accused are George Soros, President Obama, The CIA (apparently they invented a some sort of dart that gives people heart attacks without leaving a trace except a red spot where the dart hits them), and lest we forget Bill Ayers.

What is being lost in all of this is his family.  He has four young children who are dealing with the loss of their beloved daddy.  From all the accounts I have ever heard from people who really knew him, he was a very happily married man and a doting father.  This is a devastating loss for them.

There will be an autopsy.  His father in law has made a public statement that he had a history of heart problems.  I personally knew two people who died very young from natural causes.  Both under the age of 40.  Someone I have known since elementary school has heart problems so severe he can longer work.  These issues started in his late 20's.  These things do happen to young people.

Andrew Breitbart tried to shine a bright light on the truth.  He firmly believed in it.  To honor his memory we owe him and his family some time to process this loss.  To respect the fact that he has young children.  There will be plenty of time after the coroners determine the true cause of death to talk about what happened.  Today should be about honoring a man who stood up for what he believed in.  Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, as human beings, we owe his family the time to mourn their loss with dignity and respect.   Above all, we owe Breitbart the truth, not theories that have no basis in fact.

I read somewhere today that he was a devout atheist.  I don't know if that is true or not.  But in case it is, Andrew, may your spirit live on in the hearts and minds of your children.  There are foremost in my thoughts today.

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Watch Secret Obama Harvard Video Live

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Video: Greg Gutfeld on Breitbart Death

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Onward to Washington

Before we jump aboard the Super Tuesday express and literally explode our minds with following 10 states at once, let's slow down and remember the good Republican electorate of Washington has their voice heard on Saturday, and that 43 delegates are up grabs in the first north-west state to vote.

The last poll on the state of the race in Washington was taken nine days ago by Public Policy Polling, which showed Santorum with a commanding eleven point lead over Romney. However, with Romney rocketing to a 16 point lead in Rasmussen's latest national poll released this morning, it's very likely they race is much closer in Washington today.

GOP officials are expecting over 25,000 voters to attend local caucuses this weekend to take part in a non-binding straw poll and the beginning of the process of electing delegates to the convention. With three of four candidates planning to campaign in the state Friday, things could get interesting.

We have no historical basis for what may occur this time, as Romney dropped out of the race just two days before the 2008 caucuses, but Ron Paul was able to grab 21% of the vote and 5 delegates against McCain and Huckabee, so that is something to consider when looking at Saturday's vote.

I don't know who will win Washington's Republican caucuses Saturday, but it will be interesting never-the-less to follow this race to its quick conclusion.

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Yeah Right... Obama: I Knew About Jeremy Lin Before Everyone!


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Breaking: Philadelphia International Airport Closed

Fox is reporting the airport is closed due to "police activity."

An airport spokesperson told FOX 29 at 11:43 a.m. that the airport is closed, it's a police matter, and police are handling the situation.

But FOX 29's Sean Tobin reported from the scene that planes were taking off again by 11:52 a.m.

There are multiple unconfirmed reports on Twitter from people claiming to be passengers on planes at PHL that a Jeep was being driven on the runway, but that vehicle has been stopped.


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Liberals Celebrate Death of Andrew Breitbart: "Goodbye, A**hole"

From the civil minds of liberalism comes a few heart-felt messages about the sudden death of Andrew Breitbart. Here are just a few ghastly posts from Democratic Underground celebrating the death of Mr. Breitbart (profanity blurred):
Another commenter posted this:
And from another thread on the same topic:

Remember, these are the very same people who blame conservatives for a lack of "civility" in our political discourse, and they could not wait 24 hours to dance on the grave of Andrew Breitbart.  Disgusting.

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News is just breaking this morning that Andrew Breitbart passed away last night. Andrew's websites are reporting that he died of natural causes.

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OWS Arsonist Accidentally Sets Self On Fire

Just like the Tea Party, huh?

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Video: Are YOU Prepared for the End of the World?

Not as much as this guy, I bet.

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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Allen West:

Compliments of the Right Scoop.

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Santorum's Organization Problems

With attention shifting to Super Tuesday after Mitt Romney's two big victories last night, the often troubling issue of Rick Santorum's organizational issues are creeping once again into the limelight.

We begin with Virginia, where as everyone knows only Romney and Paul were capable enough to qualify for the ballot, while Perry infamously filed suit because he could not get 10,000 signatures because they changed the rules, or something like that. Santorum didn't come close to the required number, and now 49 delegates are heading to Romney.

Then we head off to Tennessee, where Santorum's campaign managed to find absolutely no-one to become an official delegate in the primary's interesting way of awarding delegates. In Tennessee - delegates aren't awarded by who wins the state or congressional districts, but by which 41 personal delegates are elected to go to the state convention (14 at-large, 27 congressional).

And now Ohio, where the Santorum and Romney campaigns will spend most of the next week for, however, due to Santorum's campaign once again failing to run cohesively, they failed to field nine delegates in three districts, meaning he will gain nothing, even if the voters back him in those three districts.

With almost 500 delegates up for grabs on Super Tuesday, Santorum's campaign will be unable to compete for almost 20% of them off the bat, because of his campaign's disorganization, and down right amatuerish ground work. Not a confidence builder when our opponent in November has last time's organization, and around one billion dollars to play around with this time.

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P.S. - Santorum could still technically win delegates in Tennessee, but his voters will have to vote uncommitted delegates, who can go to anyone they bother, or delegates of another candidate in.... neither of which guarantee he receives one elected delegate from Super Tuesday.

GOP Strategist: Romney Must Go All In

GOP stretegist Alex Castellanos told CNN last night that in order to win, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney must 'give everything now.'

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Arizona & Michigan Last Thoughts

Before I shut down the lap top for some much needed rest (for me as well), here are some final thoughts on tonight's primary battles in Arizona and Michigan, which were both won by Mitt Romney.

1. If the current vote totals from Arizona hold up, Romney will have won the state by both more votes, and by a bigger percentage then Senator John McCain did in 2008. Quite the political coup if I say so.

2. Romney is in position to win Michigan by forty thousand more votes then he did in 2008, when not even McCain seriously challenged him in his home state, while his percentage of vote is also a couple points better as well, even though more Democrats crossed over to influence the vote then last time.

3. The Associated Press now has Romney at 157 delegates to Santorum's 77, while Gingrich, and Paul linger far behind. The key point is that Mr. Romney is 11% of the way to securing the nomination and with him the favorite to win over half of next week's primaries, that margin is going to getter better as time goes on.

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Romney Wins Michigan

After weeks of intense fighting between the two leaders, Mitt Romney has won the Michigan GOP Primary with nearly 85% of precincts reporting. He was thought to be on the decline as Santorum's campaign was thought to be gaining 'momentum' over the weekend, but he is on track to win by four, maybe five points.

With 84% of precincts reporting (via Fox):

Romney - 346,840 (41%)
Santorum - 317,100 (38%)
Ron Paul - 97,961 (12%)
Gingrich - 55,655 (7%)

Mr. Romney just out did his 2008 performance of 338,000 votes, even though only 810,000 votes have been counted, which is nearly 60,000 less then ballots cast overall last time around. So, folks might obsess over Santorum's strong showing, but Romney has both improved his vote totals, percentage, and strength over the last primary.

Not bad for some at risk of losing his native state, eh?

Add this to his victory in Arizona, and tonight is a very good night for Romney, in regards to two major victories, and claiming over 75% of delegates when all votes are counted.

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Arizona Primary Results, 2/28/12

With 76% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 201,941 (48%)
Santorum - 109,805 (26%)
Gingrich - 69,262 (16%)
Ron Paul - 35,812 (8%)

No surprise here: Pundit Press projects that Mitt Romney has won the Republican primary in Arizona. In the long run, however, this might not matter at all if Romney loses Michigan.

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Live Michigan Primary Results, 2/28/12

Update at 10:19pm- Pundit Press projects that Mitt Romney will win the Michigan Primary.

Update at 10:16pm- With 63.2% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.7%
Rick Santorum- 37.3%
Ron Paul- 11.5%
Newt Gingrich- 6.7%

Update at 10:06pm- With 57.7% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 40.3%
Rick Santorum- 36.0%
Ron Paul- 11.5%
Newt Gingrich- 6.6%

Update at 9:59pm- With 48.4% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 40.0%
Rick Santorum- 36.1%
Ron Paul- 11.6%
Newt Gingrich- 6.6%

Update at 9:55pm- With 46.1% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.6%
Rick Santorum- 37.5%
Ron Paul- 11.6%
Newt Gingrich- 6.6%

Update at 9:47pm- With 36.1% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.0%
Rick Santorum- 38.2%
Ron Paul- 11.7%
Newt Gingrich- 6.4%

Update at 9:42pm- With 34.2% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.0%
Rick Santorum- 38.1%
Ron Paul- 11.7%
Newt Gingrich- 6.4%

Update at 9:31pm- With 27.6% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.3%
Rick Santorum- 37.9%
Ron Paul- 11.6%
Newt Gingrich- 6.5%

Update at 9:17pm- With 20.0% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.0%
Rick Santorum- 38.1%
Ron Paul- 11.4%
Newt Gingrich- 6.6%

Update at 9:11pm- With 17.6% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 41.4%
Rick Santorum- 37.8%
Ron Paul- 11.2%
Newt Gingrich- 6.7%

Update at 9:09pm- With 15.2% reporting:

Mitt Romney- 40.9%
Rick Santorum- 38.4%
Ron Paul- 10.8%
Newt Gingrich- 6.9%

Update at 9:02pm- With 11.2% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 39.8%
Mitt Romney- 39.6%
Ron Paul- 10.9%
Newt Gingrich- 6.7%

Update at 8:58pm- With 10.3% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 40.4%
Mitt Romney- 39.0%
Ron Paul- 10.8%
Newt Gingrich- 6.9%

Update at 8:55pm- With 9.3% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 40.3%
Mitt Romney- 39.0%
Ron Paul- 10.9%
Newt Gingrich- 6.9%

Update at 8:51pm- With 7.8% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 40.9%
Mitt Romney- 38.4%
Ron Paul- 11.0%
Newt Gingrich- 6.7%

Update at 8:48pm- With 6.4% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 39.6%
Mitt Romney- 39.3%
Ron Paul- 11.2%
Newt Gingrich- 6.9%

Update at 8:43pm- With 5.0% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 40.4%
Mitt Romney- 38.5%
Ron Paul- 11.1%
Newt Gingrich- 6.9%

Update at 8:40pm- With 3.9% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 40.0%
Mitt Romney- 39.0%
Ron Paul- 10.8%
Newt Gingrich- 7.1%

Update at 8:37pm- With 3.3% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 39.8%
Mitt Romney- 39.4%
Ron Paul- 10.5%
Newt Gingrich- 7.2%

Update at 8:33pm- With 2.7% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 41.3%
Mitt Romney- 37.9%
Ron Paul- 10.5%
Newt Gingrich- 7.2%

Update at 8:27pm- With 1.6% reporting:

Rick Santorum- 42.1%
Mitt Romney- 36.8%
Ron Paul- 11.0%
Newt Gingrich- 7.0%

Update- With .8% reporting at 8:24pm:

Rick Santorum- 40.8%
Mitt Romney- 35.6%
Ron Paul- 12.1%
Newt Gingrich- 7.7%

With .01% reporting at 8:18pm:

Rick Santorum- 47.6%
Mitt Romney- 34.0%
Ron Paul- 13.6%
Newt Gingrich- 4.9%

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Michigan Republican Primary Results

UPDATE (11:00 PM)

With 86% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 354,465 (41%)
Santorum - 326,483 (38%)
Ron Paul - 101,175 (12%)
Gingrich - 57,598 (7%)

UPDATE (10:30 PM)

With 76% of precincts reporting, this is my last update:

Romney - 315,851 (41%)
Santorum - 285,103 (37%)
Ron Paul - 88,101 (12%)
Gingrich - 50,465 (7%)

UPDATE (10:25 PM)


UPDATE (10:23 PM)

71% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 296,100 (41%)
Santorum - 266,954 (37%)
Ron Paul - 83,156 (12%)
Gingrich - 47,423 (7%)

UPDATE (10:17 PM)

69% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 287,999 (42%)
Santorum - 258,052 (37%)
Ron Paul - 79,720 (12%)
Gingrich - 46,059 (7%)

UPDATE (10:13 PM)

68% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 279,198 (40%)
Gingrich - 250,149 (36%)
Ron Paul - 79,559 (11%)
Gingrich - 45,838 (7%)

UPDATE (10:10 PM)

With two-thirds of precincts reporting, Romney is leading by thirty thousand votes, or four percent, I think it's safe to say Michigan is going for Mr. Romney...

UPDATE (10:06 PM)

65% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 264,079 (40%)
Santorum - 236,041 (36%)
Ron Paul - 75,274 (11%)
Gingrich - 43,232 (7%)

UPDATE (9:59 PM)

My connection has been down, sorry for the delay.

59% of precincts (switched to Fox from NY Times):

Romney - 235,086 (40%)
Santorum - 212,559 (36%)
Ron Paul - 67,075 (12%)
Gingrich - 39,411 (7%)

UPDATE (9:47 PM)

36% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 174,569 (41.0%)
Santorum - 162,547 (38.2%)
Ron Paul - 49,783 (11.7%)
Gingrich - 27,428 (6.4%)

UPDATE (9:44 PM)

34% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 166,563 (41.0%)
Santorum - 154,872 (38.1%)
Ron Paul - 47,458 (11.7%)
Gingrich - 26,174 (6.4%)

UPDATE (9:34 PM)

31% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 153,193 (41.3%)
Santorum - 139,992 (37.7%)
Ron Paul - 43,298 (11.7%)
Gingrich - 24,010 (6.5%)

UPDATE (9:31 PM)

28% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 140,667 (41.3%)
Santorum - 129,075 (37.9%)
Ron Paul - 39,472 (11.6%)
Gingrich - 22,155 (6.5%)

UPDATE (9:27 PM)

27% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 133,715 (41.1%)
Santorum - 123,449 (38.0%)
Ron Paul - 37,592 (11.6%)
Gingrich - 21,342 (6.6%)

UPDATE (9:24 PM)

24% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 126,616 (41.2%)
Santorum - 116,391 (38.0%)
Ron Paul - 34,703 (11.3%)
Gingrich - 20,360 (6.6%)

Karl Rove just predicted Romney will win on Fox.

UPDATE (9:20 PM)

22% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 116,226 (41.2%)
Santorum - 106,988 (37.9%)
Ron Paul - 32,097 (11.4%)
Gingrich - 18,703 (6.6%)

UPDATE (9:15 PM)

18% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 97,621 (41.4%)
Santorum - 89,040 (37.8%)
Ron Paul - 26,323 (11.2%)
Gingrich - 15,828 (6.7%)

UPDATE (9:11 PM)

15% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 81,063 (40.9%)
Santorum - 76,248 (38.4%)
Ron Paul - 21,447 (10.8%)
Gingrich - 13,623 (6.9%)

UPDATE (9:08 PM)

12% of precincts reporting:

Romney - 69,527 (41.0%)
Santorum - 65,429 (38.5%)
Ron Paul - 18,245 (10.7%)
Gingrich - 11,561 (6.8%)

UPDATE (9:05 PM)

11% of precincts reporting:

Santorum - 55,967 (39.8%)
Romney - 55,734 (39.6%)
Ron Paul - 15,377 (10.9%)
Gingrich - 9,487 (6.7%)

UPDATE (9:00 PM)

11% of precincts reporting:

Santorum - 51,516 (40.2%)
Romney - 50,057 (39.1%)
Ron Paul - 13,926 (10.9%)
Gingrich - 8,824 (6.9%)

UPDATE (8:58 PM)

10% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 49,566 (40.4%)
Romney - 47,891 (39.0%)
Ron Paul - 13,295 (10.8%)
Gingrich - 8,474 (6.9%)

UPDATE (8:56 PM)

9% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 45,231 (40.3%)
Romney - 43,822 (39.0%)
Ron Paul - 12,199 (10.9%)
Gingrich - 7,696 (6.9%)

UPDATE (8:53 PM)

8% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 39,405 (40.9%)
Romney - 36,987 (38.4%)
Ron Paul - 10,560 (11.0%)
Gingrich - 6,493 (6.7%)

UPDATE (8:48 PM)

6% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 30,881 (39.6%)
Romney - 30,607 (39.3%)
Ron Paul - 8,718 (11.2%)
Gingrich - 5,414 (6.9%)

This race is not going to be decided early, folks.

UPDATE (8:43 PM)

5% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 23,427 (40.4%)
Romney - 22,318 (38.5%)
Ron Paul - 6,416 (11.1%)
Gingrich - 4,021 (6.9%)

UPDATE (8:37 PM)

4% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 18,854 (40.0%)
Romney - 18,397 (39.0%)
Ron Paul - 5,109 (10.8%)
Gingrich - 3,346 (7.1%)

UPDATE (8:35 PM)

3% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 13,091 (41.3%)
Romney - 12,015 (37.9%)
Ron Paul - 3,334 (10.5)
Gingrich - 2,291 (7.2%)

UPDATE (8:31 PM)

2% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 8,134 (42.1%)
Romney - 7,126 (36.8%)
Ron Paul - 2,119 (11.0%)
Gingrich - 1,361 (7.0%)

UPDATE (8:28 PM)

1% of precints reporting:

Santorum - 3,622 (40.8%)
Romney - 3,162 (35.6%)
Ron Paul - 1,074 (12.1%)
Gingrich - 679 (7.7%)

UPDATE (8:20 PM)

The first results are in:

Santorum - 49 (47.6%)
Romney - 35 (34.0%)
Ron Paul - 14 (13.6%)
Gingrich - 5 (4.9%)

UPDATE (8:00 PM)

Polls are closing across parts of Michigan right now. Exit polls show 10% of primary voters today were Democrats, so make of that what you will.

--Original Article--

The final votes in today's much anticipated Michigan Republican primary are being cast as precints slowly start to close. The main candidates have been criss-crossing the lower peninsula in hopes of gaining last minute votes, but when the results start rolling in, none of that will have mattered.

Pundit Press will be covering the Michigan results until someone wins, and if pre-primary polls are accurate that could mean until late tonight, as voters were split right down the middle about these two candidates as late as Public Policy Polling's last survey yesterday afternoon.

Stay tuned.

About that Claim of Going Broke at Georgetown

So we have this young woman, Sandra Fluke, lying testifying in front of a congressional hearing about the high costs of birth control; students are going broke.  One would think that someone that is smart enough to get into Georgetown law would be able to do what I did in less than a minute.  I googled the locations of Planned Parenthood that are close to the campus. Guess what?  There are four different locations less than 10 miles from campus.  

Oh and you know what else, Target sells generic brand birth control pills for $9 per month.  Let's see that is $108 per year if my math is correct; 9 x 12 yeah that equals 108.  I have no idea what PP charges for birth control but I can't imagine it is much different than Target.  I bet the average Hoya spends more than that on coffee every year.  

Since I live in the greater DC area I can tell you that they have a very aggressive free condom program here.  The reason being that Washington, DC has one of the highest rates of AIDS/HIV infection in the nation.  (Maybe having a lot of sex with local people may not be a good idea, just a thought). The website that tells you how and where you can get your free condoms is in seven different languages, too.  

Isn't it illegal to testify falsely in front of Congress?  I think that is called perjury, but what do I know?   I am not in Georgetown Law School.  Where do the dems find these people who are willing to lie so patently and openly? 

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Video: Longest Paper Airplane Flight

Or at least that's what they're claiming:

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Romney Wins Arizona

No surprise here: Pundit Press projects that Mitt Romney has won the Republican primary in Arizona. In the long run, however, this might not matter at all if Romney loses Michigan.

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Michigan Republicans Vote

It's finally here.
Photograph by The Detroit News
After weeks of fierce campaigning between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in the Wolverine State, voters are heading to the polls as I write this. They are not only awarding delegates tonight, but quite possibly sacred momentum to the eventual victor, as the candidates sprint through 13 contests in one week.

So what should you look out for?

1. Delegates - Michigan awards their 30 delegates proportionally, so the difference between winning, and losing will matter in the delegate race, especially since Romney's guaranteed 29 to start the night off from Arizona's winnter-take-all primary bout, which he leads by almost twenty points right now.

2. Democrats - Michigan is another of those open primary states, where anyone can vote in the GOP, or Democrat races, regardless of registration. And today that matters, because Democrats and unions are actively encouraging cross-over voting to sabotage Romney's small lead among Republicans, not to mention Santorum's robo-calls to Democrats attacking Romney for opposing the auto bailouts.

3. Voting - Almost 20% of all votes cast will have been absentees, or early votes, which Romney has worked hard on getting. Some estimate near 60% of those early ballots are for Romney, so if turnout falls below expectations, or if he performs equal to Santorum in votes cast today, he will comfortably win.

Most importantly, if you reside in Michigan and you're a Republican, please head out to the polls and vote!

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Video: The Con Artist

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Hank for Senate

A cat is running for US Senate in Virginia. You read that right. A cat named Hank is hoping to secure your vote come November. Here's his campaign ad:

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Predictions for Michigan Primary

So far I've gotten all of my predictions correct (at least on who would win, that is), including Iowa. So I feel the need to predict Michigan as well. As much as it pains me to do so, I think Mitt Romney will pull it out in a squeaker against Santorum, while Dr. Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich will come in a distant third and fourth, respectively. Here are the percentages I'm predicting:

Mitt Romney- 37.9%
Rick Santorum- 36.8%
Ron Paul- 10.2%
Newt Gingrich- 9.7%

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Michigan: Santorum's Disgrace

Hundreds of thousands of Michiganders will be heading to the polls in a few hours to decide the hotly contested Republican Primary bout between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, but the last ditch plans Santorum has been implementing in the state should be the downfall of his candidacy.

According to Public Policy Polling, the race is in a statistical dead head right now that could go either way, but one interesting fact note should cause Republicans to pause: Romney leads among registered Republicans (43-38%), while Santorum picks up his small one-point lead among Democrats - who are behind him 47-10%.

Some might claim these are blue dogs, but there's no standing for that, because Santorum's campaign is currently running robo-calls to Democrat voters attacking Mitt Romney for opposing the auto bailout, while Democratic consultants are attempting to get their ranks to cross party lines tomorrow, and back Santorum to hurt Romney's chances...

Wow. And I thought this was the Republican primary.

Call Romney whatever you want, but when the going got tough - he went after his opponent's actual track records; he didn't attempt to bring voters from the opposing party into the fray and steal a win.

It's apparent who I support in the primary, and I'm not asking you to back my man, but please think about the actions of Santorum and whether their consistent with how Conservative Republicans are supposed to act. And remember, please vote and get all your friends too, this is important and every one should be involved.

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Monday, February 27, 2012

Video: Obama as 'The Con Artist'

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SEALs Claim Box Office Victory

The nationwide release of Act of Valor resulted in the eight U.S. Navy SEAL's who acted their roles defeating the latest, and not so greatest, movies out of Hollywood and coming out victorious in both money per theatre ($8,054) and the weekend ($24,476,632).

Tyler Perry's Good Deeds was the closest competitor at just $15 million.

I have not seen the movie yet, but I've been rooting for its success ever since I learned of the role our heroic, and often under-valued SEAL's have in this, from what I've seen regular people say (not New York, or LA film snobs), exceptional war film. And the greatest thing is that they doubled the money spent making the film already...

Congratulations to the creators, actors and SEAL's who came together and brought us this film. I am hopeful this astonishing upset in the box office will lead to more pro-military films coming to cinema's nationwide, or at the least finally end the Hollywood legacy of anti-military ideological skits for good.

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TJ Lane Poem

Accused shooter TJ Lane apparently wrote some pretty poor poetry before the rampage. Here's a portion found on his facebook:

"I'm on the lamb but I ain't no sheep. I am Death. And you have always been the sod. So repulsive and so odd. You never even deserved the presence of God, and yet, I am here. Around your cradle I plod. Came on foot, without shod. How improper, how rude. However, they shall not mind the mud on my feet if there is blood on your sheet. Now! Feel death, not just mocking you. Not just stalking you but inside of you. Wriggle and writhe. Feel smaller beneath my might. Seizure in the Pestilence that is my scythe. Die, all of you."
TJ Lane allegedly had a Twitter account that has been pulled due to the shooting. The alleged shooter also had a facebook account where he apparently put up this photoHis arrest photo can be seen here. And his yearbook picture.

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