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  • Mike Castle Illegally Used Campaign Fund for Personal Expenses -- not Christine O'Donnell

    03/06/2011 5:53:31 AM PST · by Moseley · 58 replies
    Delaware News Center ^ | March 6, 2011 | Jonathon Moseley
    Violations of campaign finance laws were committed NOT by Christine O'Donnell, but apparently instead by former Congressman Mike Castle, the candidate for U.S. Senate in Delaware, as revealed in his Federal Election Commission campaign finance reports. Unlike O'Donnell who was clearly a candidate for office in January 2009, Mike Castle did not file a Statement of Candidacy until October 19, 2009. As a result, none of Mike Castle's expenses from January 2009 through October 2009 would qualify as legitimate campaign expenses -- at least if we apply the Delaware Republican Party's own standards from their attacks on Christine O'Donnell. Castle's...
  • Democrats UNDER-Represented in Delaware Election. O’Donnell did not motivate Democrats

    12/28/2010 1:43:14 PM PST · by Moseley · 61 replies · 6+ views
    Red State ^ | December 28, 2010 | Pete Fescue
    Democrats were apparently under-represented in Delaware’s US Senate race on November 2, 2010, according to CNN exit polls taken on election night. Voter registration for Delaware’s 2010 election totaled Democrats: 47 %. Republicans: 29.4%. “Other” & Independents: 23.5% (Voter registration closed on October 9, 2010. Registration totals are as of October 21, 2010.) http://elections.delaware.gov/services/candidate/regtotals.shtml However, actual voter turn out according to CNN’s exit poll was: Democrats: 44%. Republicans: 30%. “Other” & Independents: 27% http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2010/results/polls/#val=DES01p1 Thus Democrats were under-represented among the actual voters who turned out in the November 2 election. Only 44% of actual voters were Democrats although 47% of...
  • Karl Rove: Sarah Palin not a ‘front-runner’ for 2012

    12/07/2010 9:46:03 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 71 replies
    The State Column ^ | December 8, 2010
    Former presidential adviser Karl Rove said Tuesday that the race for the Republican Party presidential nomination is wide open. “There is no front-runner in Iowa; there’s no front-runner in America,” Rove said on Fox News. “We should welcome that.” Since November, Mr. Rove has made similar comments during his speaking tours. He has openly criticized a number of Republican nominees, including Republican Delaware U.S. Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell. Ms. O’Donnell eventually lost to Democratic U.S. Senator Chris Coons. He noted that recent polls show four candidates who are consistently ahead. Among those included likely include former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin,...
  • Rove: Sarah Palin Needs To Show She Can "Unify" Republicans

    11/26/2010 2:02:46 PM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 132 replies
    Karl Rove discusses Sarah Palin's book tour and a possible presidential run. Palin will be doing three book tour events in Iowa, which Rove calls a "smart move." "She's got a problem with Independents and she has a problem with Democrats," Rove said about Palin's rating with these groups.
  • Karl Rove, The Saboteur

    11/11/2010 4:09:26 AM PST · by Cringing Negativism Network · 11 replies
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    If Karl Rove were twice as smart, he'd still be stupid. Karl Rove is so ugly! When his mother dropped him off at school ... she was cited for littering. Karl Rove is so ugly, Hello Kitty said goodbye to him.