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Pretty darn crazy. Todd Akin, the guy who thinks women have magic lady parts that secrete a chemical toxin that kills off rape sperm whenever there has been a, ahem, “legitimate rape,” drew nearly 46 percent of the county vote. Akin would have handily bested Sen. Claire McCaskill’s 47 percent if not for one Jonathan […]

So many thoughts, need to focus.  Justice: Congratulations to President Obama and Joe  Biden.  His historic work on health care reform and efforts to  modernize many aspects of the American economy through the stimulus are vindicated and will continue.  Just as importantly, a Romney loss will highlight the faulty strategy of relying on “misrepresentations” as […]

Congratulations to Mary Jo Straatmann who managed to eek out a victory for County Public Administrator 50.35/49.54. Straatmann joins Sen. Claire McCaskill and Gov. Jay Nixon as the only Democrats to win in Franklin County. And to all the other local Democratic candidates who lost, know this: It does not take any political courage or […]

At a recent Romney campaign event one brave soul had the courage to hold up a sign that read, “End Climate Silence,”  and shouted “What about climate? That’s what caused this monster storm,” in reference to hurricane Sandy. Romney was frozen and clueless because he simply has no ideas beyond tax cuts for the rich. […]


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Obama explains the symptoms of Romnesia … Of course, Romnesia is the lay term for this affliction. The Latin term is lyingyourassoff.

Follow this link and click the red “Get The Details” button to learn everything you need to know about Romney’s tax plan. Hilarious because it’s true.

I Like A Man Who Grins When He Fights. – Winston Churchill

This sign was spotted in Springfield.Thanks to James Owen in HD-134 for sending us the picture.@progressmo… — Missouri ProVote (@moprovote) October 11, 2012

Decision 2012

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Latest Polls in Key Battleground States 9/24-26: Florida Florida Times-Union/InAdv Obama 49, Romney 46 Obama +3 Florida CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac Obama 53, Romney 44 Obama +9 Ohio CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac Obama 53, Romney 43 Obama +10 Pennsylvania CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac Obama 54, Romney 42 Obama +12 Pennsylvania Franklin & Marshall Obama 52, Romney 43 Obama +9 Michigan Rasmussen Reports Obama 54, […]