Monthly Archives: October 2010

Grijalva HQ evacuated. Tea Party blamed.

Earlier today the Tucson campaign headquarters of Rep. Raul Grijalva was evacuated after a suspicious package with swastikas on the envelope was opened and found to contain an (according to TPD) “unknown powdery substance,” possibly toxic. No one was injured. Since … Continue reading

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How many elections will courts decide instead of the voters?

With just more than two weeks to go until the election there is cause for concern about an issue that is not being openly talked about, yet. This election has more to-close-to-call races going against ensconced incumbents than ever before. … Continue reading

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Grijalva helped Code Pink deliver aid to Iraqi insurgents

Ruth McClung’s opponent for the Arizona District 3 House of Representatives seat not only betrayed his state, Raul Grijalva helped secure approval for Code Pink to deliver $600,000 in cash and supplies to Iraqi insurgents fighting American forces. “Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) along … Continue reading

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Is Grijalva scared about losing on November 2?

Blog etiquette suggests fellow bloggers link to important posts we find on other blogs, but R. Stacy McCain’s latest post on the District 7 race between Republican rocket scientist Ruth McClung and Democratic Congressional progressive caucus chairman Raul Grijalva is too … Continue reading

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Pink and the National Football League

I’m a fairly hard-core NFL football fan and I feel I must proclaim that there is something fundamentally wrong with professional football players wearing pink accessories with their team uniform colors. Don’t get me wrong, the Susan G. Komen Foundation … Continue reading

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The hell with hope. Vote for change.

Jed Babbin at The American Spectator writes about unleashing every weapon in the GOP and Tea Party arsenal in the final three weeks before the November 2nd election. With so much at stake for the future of the country, this … Continue reading

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McClung & Kelly campaigns surge as McCain meets the Tea Party

Senator John McCain, already a shoo-in for re-election to his senate seat, redeemed his reputation with Arizona Tea Party members by throwing his considerable political weight behind two unexpectedly strong conservative candidates who are within striking distance of taking two … Continue reading

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