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Inaugural May Family July 4th Picnic A Success (video)

Lumon May hosted a July 4th picnic at Legion Field. Based on the community's response, May told me that he plans on making it an annual event. "We started at 11 am and the people kept coming to enjoy the music and food," said May, who is running for Escambia County Commission, District 3. "If [...]

Rubio’s Right-Wing Dimples

Rubio’s Right-Wing Dimples

Back by the Science-Fiction section, at the end of the line, he was being referred to as “very visionary,” “very sincere” and “very  smart.” At the front of the line people described him as “fantastic,” “bright” and “something to reckon with.” It was a friendly [...]

Palin mocks Obama for pot-smoking and coke snortin’ (video)

At the annual Right Online conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, former Governor Sarah Palin went after President Obama for “snortin’ cocaine." My Conservative Republican friends are always upset the liberal pundits are so mean-spirited. Folks, both sides play to their bases, which is obvious here. [...]

Is Scott hurting Romney’s chances with Hispanic vote?

Is Scott hurting Romney’s chances with Hispanic vote?

This afternoon on Fox News Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced his intentions to continue to purging the voter registration books. “..this afternoon we will file a lawsuit the secretary of State of Florida against the Department of Homeland Security to give us the database," said Scott. "We [...]

Fight For Your Right (to Vote)

A judge’s temporary injunction blocking key provisions of Florida’s new election law has voter registration groups hopeful as they head toward this year’s primary and general elections. “I get calls everyday from volunteers who are very eager to get back to voter registration,” said [...]

Time to repaint the graffitti…

Although, he didn't come right out and say it, Ron Paul in effect, has ended his campaign. Quote: “Moving forward, however, we will no longer spend resources campaigning in primaries in states that have not yet voted" Source: Los Angeles Times

VP Rubio could put Romney over in key states

VP Rubio could put Romney over in key states

The same Suffolk University poll that I reported earlier this morning also show that U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) could make a difference if Mitt Romney chose him as his running mate. Actually, both Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush could move voters to Romney. A Romney-Bush [...]

Presidential Poll Shows Dead Heat in Florida

Presidential Poll Shows Dead Heat in Florida

The latest Suffolk University poll of likely Florida voters has President Barack Obama with slight 1-point lead over Republican Mitt Romney in Florida, 46 percent to 45 percent, with 7 percent undecided. The figure is well within the survey’s 4 percent margin of error. This result contrasts [...]

Florida will be a battleground state

As we are now shifting towards the general election,  Florida is likely to be one of the 12 major battleground states in the 2012 presidential election. If the election were held today, according to USA TODAY/GALLUP polling, Obama leads in battleground voters (42-51%) especially with women [...]

What Not To Say: Rosen apologizes when NOBODY liked her Ann Romney dis

Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen apologized this afternoon for saying that at Ann Romney had "never worked a day in her life" during a CNN interview last night. Ann Romney of course responded quickly (on Fox this morning and then did a pretty good job in keeping the tweets coming) but the Obama [...]

As Good as Over…. Santorum announces he is suspending his campaign

"We made a decision over the weekend that while this presidential race for us is over for me, and we will suspend our campaign effective today, we are not done fighting," Santorum said at a press conference, but this removes Romney's last obstacle.  SOURCE: CBS

Odds favor Rubio for VP choice

Paddy Power makes Florida Senator Mark Rubio the favorite to be the Republican Vice Presidential candidate at 2/1, followed by Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie and Governor of New Mexico Susana Martinez who are considered to be his nearest rivals at odds of 5/1 and 11/2 respectively. Also [...]

GOP 2012: They’re not going anywhere

Both Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich vowed to stick it out today:  until somebody has 1,144 delegates. After all, it didn't hurt Obama to slug it out withlinton in 2008: READ MORE ON CNN.COM

oh, was that mic on?

RAW VIDEO: President Obama was caught on a live mic yesterday, telling Russia’s President Medvedev (and Vladimir Putin) that after the election, he will have more “flexibility” in regards to a missle defense system.  Source: Russian Times  

Santorum leads AL day before voting

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy appeared with Mitt Romney on Fox and Friends this morning live from Mobile at the Whistle Stop Bar and Grill.  Newt Gingrich was in Biloxi for the Energy Summit and Santorum  headed to Ocean Springs. In a new poll,  conducted by Alabama State University’s Center for [...]

Romney Works His “Away Game” in Southern Mississippi and Learns to Love Grits…. Fast!

Because all you have to do is say “ya’ll” a couple of times and tell people you actually tried grits to win Alabama hearts and influence Mississippians.  But should he really refer to any state he wishes to lead  as his “away” game? And aren’t the grits a little stale?  From the [...]

The Results Are In: Not Over For Romney Yet

After Super Tuesday, Romney is still the frontrunner in the GOP race, but just barely.  Rick Santorum  won three states and came within a percentage point of a win in the closely-watched contest in Ohio. So he can’t just wrap this up and concentrate on Obama. This will be a long mess into the [...]

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