In the face of polls that show them trailing, the campaign of Alison Lundergan Grimes is unfazed by the media talk and focused on Election Day.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus admitted that if Democrats keep the Senate it will be another failed election for the Republican Party.
Mitt Romney can’t stop lying. On Fox News Sunday, Romney claimed that if Republicans win the Senate they will prove that Democrats are the real party of no.
President Obama told a huge, pumped up crowd that everyone needs to feel a sense of urgency about this election, and get their friends and neighbors to vote, because “Their vote could decide whether 28 million American workers get the raise they deserve.”
David Rothkopf says, “Bush recognized the urgent need for change and instituted a sweeping reordering of his administration, its policies and priorities.”
Sarah Jones and Jason Easley discuss Mitch McConnell illegal attempt to keep Democrats from going to the polls in Kentucky in this special edition of the Politicus Podcast.
It’s a neat trick, pretending facts don’t exist so you can replace them with some agenda-friendly invented facts. *Cough* Benghazi *Cough*
Although the religious right has effectively, through the Catholic Supreme Court, eliminated the Establishment Clause of the 1st Amendment and wiped out religious freedom of non-evangelicals, women, and non-believers, they are still convinced they are facing an existential threat from the federal government.
On the heels of illegal McConnell campaign flyers sent to targeted Democrats in coal country, the Grimes campaign is demanding that Mitch McConnell answer some key questions.
What the future holds for voting in North Carolina is unknown. What is known is that the damaging and chilling effects of this law will be felt for decades, even if the law is overturned this summer.
Several Kentucky voters who received the mailers spoke with PoliticusUSA on the grounds that I agree to not use their full names out of further fear of political retribution. This is a horrible reflection of the inevitable result of this kind of intimidation and makes Grimes’ point that voters are entitled to privacy rather poignantly.
Senator Mitch McConnell appears to have committed two separate felony offenses, and that’s just under Kentucky state laws. The Kentucky GOP is beginning to look like a band of lawbreakers.
Bill Maher unloaded on cowardly Democratic candidates who have adopted the loser strategy of distancing themselves from the president, and throwing Obama under the bus.
Not a lot of voters will fit in that tiny little GOP tent set up deep in the heart of Dixie, surrounded by Confederate flags and guarded by white supremacist militias