But when he took office, Obama sought the cooperation of the health insurance industry, to avoid a reincarnation of its devastating
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But Ted Cruz's campaign takes the cake when it comes to gender pay gaps.
Jimmy Carter as Jesus. Enough said.
I swear to God, I've aged eons since this election cycle began; the image above would be funny if it weren't so true. Why does it take Americans so damn long to elect a president? Why? It only took eight months for me to decide to marry my husband; just half a year is needed to grow enough wheat to feed the nation.
"Who's going to contribute to Newt 2012?"
What then might a hopeful, optimistic message for reform of the federal government contain? It would insist on hiring the best people, quickly. The reality is that the federal hiring system is too complex, too slow, and turns off or away good people.
There is no way to stop the barrage of insulting, deceptive attacks that will be leveled at Clinton, or any candidate for that matter, but the least we can do is refuse to be influenced by people who distort the facts, resort to fiction and refuse to do the level of research that separates journalists with integrity from imposters.
Earlier on Saturday, Obama also held a rally in Wisconsin, a state considered safely in his column earlier this year. DUBUQUE
To get a sense of the sequence of political slogans and catchphrases through the years, I've compiled a list of some of the more entertaining slogans advanced during presidential campaigns.
I believe George McGovern might have grown in the presidency -- as did Lincoln and Harry Truman. Surely, he might have made mistakes, but could four years of cumulative errors have been worse than four more years of Nixon and the nightmare of Watergate?
How disgusting it is that an advertisement for President Roosevelt's re-election campaign is shamelessly referring to the success of this year's D-Day invasion and the recent liberation of Paris in his campaign for re-election!
No Latino has ever made it to the White House, although at least one has entered the race. Bill Richardson, a former New
Biden acknowledged that there's widespread dissatisfaction among teachers for the Obama administration's policies, drawing