Will early primaries help 3rd party candidates?

I heard someone (Michael Graham radio 96.9) comment this morning about the possibility of the earlier primaries and caucuses helping the third party candidates.  With SC moving up to mid January – do you think voters will be burnt out of the campaign by the time next summer rolls around? Is this a perfect opportunity to have a third party…

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An American Prayer

( – promoted by Patrick) One of the more bizarre arguments from the political left is the claim that the Republican Party’s base has an overabundance of religious extremists. I’ve heard this opinion from the left for as long as I’ve followed politics, and I’ve never really understood the rationale for this argument. The usual claim is that figures such…

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Which is it, Hill?

http://news.yahoo.co… So, a year ago it was “I would certainly take nuclear weapons off the table” concerning Iran. Now, it’s “I don’t believe that any president should make any blanket statements with respect to the use or non-use of nuclear weapons.” Just for clarification, which IS it?  Nukes or no nukes? When attacking Bush, it’s “I have said publicly no…

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Isn’t it appropriate that the yellow cake poll be removed now that we know what Newt actually said?

Isn’t it appropriate that now that Mr Gingrich has clarified his position on CNN that this liberal sock puppet poll is irellevant???
Why are liberal sock puppets being headlined with false and misleading information????
Why are they allowed to spew liberal psycho-babble and grossly misleading ‘opinions” on a supossedly conservative site??
Hey Eabo and Patrick..Wake up !!!!…

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Thoughts on the AFL-CIO Democrat forum

Not sure if anybody watched the Democrat forum held by the AFL-CIO last evening, but it proved entertaining.  I imagine most people were watching Barry Bonds muscle his 756th homerun out of the park in San Francisco.  That aside, I caught the majority of the forum and here are my thoughts. Joe Biden:  Coming off as an angry old man…

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Broadband Hype

Over the past few weeks I’ve had my fill of broadband hype.  Reading about the state and federal initiatives to bring broadband to the poor unwashed masses has left me a bit cold.  Has everyone forgotten that what existed before broadband was not nothing, and that broadband did not itself come from nothing?  There was a technological progression of sorts,…

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