Category Archives: Presidential Election

Eight-year-old boy: “My mommy, Miss Bachmann, my mommy is gay and she doesn’t need fixing.”

Gay or straight, man or woman, white, black, purple or green, pro-gay marriage or against the issue, whatever your descriptor, I think we can all admit, this took courage. Fuller details provided by The Slate reveal that 8-year-old Elijah attended … Continue reading

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Cain campaign allegedly linked to illegal fundraising

A report obtained and extensively sourced by the Journal Sentinel points to the possibility that Presidential Candidate Herman Cain may have gotten his campaign off the ground by using illegally-raised funds from a supposed nonprofit then run by his current … Continue reading

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Presidential nomination seeks Huckabee

Mike Huckabee supporters are flocking to an online petition to persuade the former governor to throw his hat into the ring for the 2012 presidential election. The petition addresses the Huck directly, telling him, “Our country is at a critical … Continue reading

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‘Dream Team’ calls it quits on 2012

After some shameless flirting, the HuckaTrump has ended its courtship of the mass media by officially opting out of the Republican race to square off against Obama in the 2012 presidential election. The news of Mike Huckabee’s decision to not … Continue reading

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Gingrich to announce bid Wednesday

One of the many “celebrity” candidates, Newt Gingrich, is set to announce his presidential bid via Facebook and Twitter on Wednesday. According to The Associated Press, he will later give his first interview to (surprise, surprise) Fox News, and will … Continue reading

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