I've noticed the members of the Cain Train have taken an example from us and now encourage their members to vote in online polls. I don't complain about this, in fact, I applaud it. It's refreshing to see a constituency take positive action instead of complaining how we're "spamming" all the polls. They've advertised these two a bit better than we have, though, so I thought I'd give us an opportunity to compete.
Even though it's a poll called "Did Herman Cain convince you he's innocent?": http://www.therightscoop.com/poll-did-herman-cain-convince-y...
This time asking whether or not you believe Herman Cain. Vote, if you like: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/herman-cain-denies-...
So what have we learned in a decade?
One lesson is that the Patriot Act hasn’t been about getting the bad guys – namely, terrorists or even criminals. The government had the power to do that without the Patriot Act. Instead, the Patriot Act gives the government the power secretly to collect and forever keep information on ordinary people who are not suspected of doing anything wrong.
sent me this video called "I'd like to beat Obama with a Cain." I'm sharing it only because there's a picture thirty seconds into it featuring Dick Cheney behind bars: http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?p=97738
Is there any chance they're regretful?
I think we all knew Rick Perry would prove to be a "flash in the pan." Will Herman Cain take a nosedive, too?:
Is it just me, or does every politician sounds more and more like Ron Paul all the time, especially when they're in a tight spot?: http://www.vxec.com/2011/06/white-house-official-obama-belie...
Let's start with some history. The current State Chairman, Dick Wadhams, on 1/18, announced he would run again: http://blogs.denverpost.com/thespot/2011/01/18/wadhams-to-se... At the time, the only other announced candidate who is still currently in the race was Bart Baron, a Michigan transplant who no one seems to know anything about.
because Ron Paul refused to vote for HR 1717, a resolution to congratulate a Chinese dissident for winning a Nobel Peace prize: http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2010/12/027864.php
Here's Ron Paul's explanation in his own words: http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul709.html
I say no. I'm posting this because I was out walking for my State House candidate earlier this evening, and I ran into a democrat who insisted, as a Christian, and as a generous person, she thought higher taxes were more moral and more consistent with Christ's teachings.
I just got a letter from Michael Steele, accompanied by a survey. The letter says, "Your registered Census is one of a select few being mailed into Colorado's 1st Congressional District. Because of your high level of political involvement and steadfast commitment to the Republican Party (yeah, that describes me, *heavy sarcasm*), your personal input on the questions presented in your Census Document is critical to our Party's future."
I hope this isn't too far off topic, but a friend of mine wrote this column to express her take on the First Lady's cause, and I found it to be quite poignant: http://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_14759824#ixzz0jTPifV5C