Category Archives: Election

The OSCE and Election Monitoring

When I first heard that the UN has been asked to monitor the US elections, I was annoyed.  And then when I heard that it was actually the OSCE, I thought, “Oh, no biggie.” I once acted as an election monitor for the … Continue reading

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Obama and Dictators

Why do the people around Obama frequently compare him to dictators? His latest “Lena Dunham/first time” ad is a rip off of an old ad for Vladimir Putin.  In it, the actress makes coy allusions to her “first time” (voting) and how it … Continue reading

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New Project Veritas Video: Voter Fraud

James O’Keefe just came out with a new voter fraud video.  In it, an undercover reporter speaks with Patrick Moran, the field director (and son) of a Virginia congressman, about how to conduct voter fraud.

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Tie Goes to the Runner

Did you watch the debate last night?  I only caught the first hour, which seemed like the least interesting.  The best part of the first hour was Obama’s angry glare, as if he was trying to make Romney’s head burst … Continue reading

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And They Said the Tea Party Was Dead

I’m kind of liking this Tea Party Victory Fund ad.  It’s brutal, but honest.  And kind of sad.

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Obama Campaign Plummeting?

Hm…  I want to believe, but always wonder if I’m engagin in wishful thinking.

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Who Won the Veep Debate?

People see what they want to see.  So while I thought Joe Biden made himself an unlikable fellow with his rapid blinking and creepy smirk, I wasn’t sure how his mannerisms would play with the rest of the country. Today, most of … Continue reading

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