Category Archives: Politics

“I’m a Republican, and You Should Get Covered”

From with a hat tip to Joanmar on the Daily Kos rec’d list comes yet another inspiring story about how Obamacare is helping Americans, including those who do not normally support President Obama. Mark D. Bearden is a retired … Continue reading

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The Christie Internal Investigation Should Be Investigated

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was exonerated of any wrongdoing in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal by an internal review that was released yesterday. The taxpayers of New Jersey paid more than $1 million for that internal review. … Continue reading

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More Volunteer Positions Available at All Things Democrat

We still have volunteer opportunities available. Follow the links for job details and apply at Jobs4Dems: Two Video Bloggers – Posting the latest videos and campaign ads from numerous sources in our Videos pages. This is a new position that’s … Continue reading

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Election Reports – Central States – 3/26/14

The latest poll numbers for the Kansas gubernatorial race show Paul Davis, the Democratic candidate, with a two-point lead over the incumbent, Republican Sam Brownback. Public Policy Polling found that Brownback has a 51% disapproval rating among all voters, and … Continue reading

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The Fictitious Life of Rafael Cruz, Part 1: The Young “Revolutionary”

By now, most Americans have heard the heartwarming tales of Rafael Cruz’s excellent adventures: how he fought as a teenage revolutionary in Cuba, was captured and tortured, escaped to America by way of a student visa, spoke almost no English, … Continue reading

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Election Reports – Western States – 3/24/14

In Hawaii, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 142 is endorsing Governor Neil Abercrombie’s bid for a second term. The Union has approximately 18,000 members and will represent the largest endorsement in the campaign thus far. Abercrombie has also … Continue reading

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Dems Projected To Lose (An Evidently Already Lost) Senate

The general tone of this post will be pretty freaking defeatist, so let me start with my key to victory for Democrats in the coming midterm election. There are plenty of ideas about messages Democrats should use, like income disparity … Continue reading

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Why Does Governor Christie Hate New Jersey Drivers?

The title of this post in any other forum would indicate the subject is the infamous George Washington Bridge traffic jam that was organized by members of the Christie administration for petty political purposes. When it comes to Christie pissing … Continue reading

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Awkward: GOP Women’s PAC Leader Says Women Too ‘Busy’ To Need Equal Pay Laws

The leader of a recently-launched politically action committee aimed at female voters in Texas said this week that equal pay lays were not “practical” because women were “extremely busy.” During a Sunday interview with WFAA’s Inside Texas… Continue reading

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I apologize if this post is filled with errors and mumble jumble sentences… but I’m attempting to bash this out as I sit at my desk literally laughing so hard that I’m crying.   Trying to type accurately as my body shakes … Continue reading

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Arizona GOP Congressional Candidate: Slavery Wasn’t So Bad, ‘Kept Business Rolling’

An Arizona Republican who is running to represent the state’s 2nd District in Congress wrote on Facebook that the institution of slavery wasn’t really so hard on slaves and was actually good for the economy. According to the Root’s Keli Goff,… Continue reading

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The Donald Whets Democratic Appetites

Donald Trump ended speculation about a possible run for N.Y. Governor, while stoking the hopes and dreams of Democrats that he will run for president in 2016. Trump twittled: “While I won’t be running for Governor of New York State, a race I would have … Continue reading