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Author: BobR    Date: 03/02/2016 14:18:27

Every four years, the preliminary primaries and caucuses always seem like such a bunch of silly pomp and circumstance, as relatively small states attract candidates to eat fried foods at county fairs, and show they are just "plain folk" too. There is much ballyhoo over the results, even though they add little significance toward the end result (the convention). Finally, we arrive at Super Tuesday, and the shit gets real.
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16 comments (Latest Comment: 03/02/2016 18:28:36 by Mondobubba)

Abbreviated AAV
Author: TriSec    Date: 03/01/2016 10:11:46

Good Morning.

Just a quickie at this hour. I'm working the polls this year for the first time, and I'll need to be on-site pretty soon.
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13 comments (Latest Comment: 03/02/2016 02:10:04 by TriSec)

Leap Day!
Author: Raine    Date: 02/29/2016 14:09:35

Today is a the extra day we get. let's make it wonderful!
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15 comments (Latest Comment: 03/01/2016 04:48:07 by BobR)

Then There's This
Author: velveeta jones    Date: 02/28/2016 14:36:11

I wanted to make a video of the Republican candidates as the "Mean Girls", because lets face it, they are the Plastics. Dumb bullies who want to rule the school, er, world.
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1 comments (Latest Comment: 02/28/2016 15:20:47 by AuntAzalea)

TriSec's List
Author: TriSec    Date: 02/27/2016 02:37:14

Good evening. (morning)

We're headed up to Loon in Lincoln, NH at the time you read this, so I"m posting later Friday pm so I don't have to do it in the morning.

There's been quite a few stories circulating about this past week about a certain fascist dictator and his lack of an appropriate....appendage.
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2 comments (Latest Comment: 02/28/2016 13:59:33 by velveeta jones)

Fluffy Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 02/26/2016 14:00:16

I'm sort of sad I missed last nights GOP debate, its sounds like it was the craziest of them all so far!

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28 comments (Latest Comment: 02/26/2016 21:06:06 by Raine)

Author: Raine    Date: 02/25/2016 14:06:38

So we are now left with Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Carson and Ohio Governor John Kasich as the contenders for the Republican nomination. Of those left in this race, Kasich (along with many others) has positioned himself as a more moderate choice in the field.
John Kasich's strategy was clear from the day he announced his intention to run for the presidency last summer: In a huge Republican field filled with fringe candidates veering to the far right, stake out a position as the moderate choice.

And if there is a Republican candidate who might be able to claim the mantle of mainstream conservatism, it probably is Kasich. As the governor of Ohio, a classic battleground state contested equally by Democrats and Republicans, he is experienced in moderate politics.

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23 comments (Latest Comment: 02/25/2016 20:22:17 by Mondobubba)

Supreme Delusion
Author: BobR    Date: 2016-02-24 11:48:20

I wrote last week about the Republican response to the death of SCOTUS Justice Antonin Scalia. There were intimations that they wouldn't even allow a debate or vote on any candidate put forward by President Obama. It appears they are serious about this threat:
Some senior Senate Republicans on Tuesday moved to slam the door shut on any Supreme Court nomination President Barack Obama will make as they voiced opposition to even committee hearings on a replacement for the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

"That's the consensus view. ... No hearing, no vote," Senate Judiciary Committee member Lindsey Graham told reporters after leaving a private meeting of the panel's Republicans with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Separately, Senator John Cornyn, the second-ranking Republican behind McConnell, said, "Correct," when asked by Reuters whether the path forward on any Obama nominee would be to deny that person a committee hearing.

They are trying to make the claim that the American People need to have a say in who the next justice will be by their votes in the November presidential election. I am waiting for at least ONE news reporter to ask them "Didn't the American people have their say by voting President Obama in for a second term? Didn't they do so knowing he might be called upon to put another justice onto the court?"
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13 comments (Latest Comment: 02/24/2016 17:51:38 by trojanrabbit)

Ask a Vet
Author: TriSec    Date: 02/23/2016 10:57:02

Good Morning.

We'll start with a brief update - TriSec is "off the grid" this week during the day. The Feds are in my building doing an audit (not the bad kind - we're trying for a certification), and as such we're under a "no phones" rule. Apparently, they think we'll use our cellphone cameras to take pictures of private health information. Which tells me that somebody was actually stupid enough to do that once, but I digress.
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16 comments (Latest Comment: 02/23/2016 18:57:51 by Will in Chicago)

This is all you need for today:
Author: Raine    Date: 02/22/2016 14:10:19

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11 comments (Latest Comment: 02/22/2016 17:17:20 by wickedpam)

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