All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Election’

Rick Perry’s Son, Griff, Takes to Twitter To Promote Dad

Griffin Perry, son of GOP Presidential hopeful Rick Perry, has been a busy guy on Twitter. He posts during debates. He slams Dad’s opponents. He slips in backhanded compliments. Perry himself (or his campaign staffer assigned to tweet for him) is usually pretty tame: @TeamRickPerryTeam Rick Perry.@GovernorPerry will secure the border within one year of taking his hand off the …

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Obama “Clock” Redistributes Wealth To Developer

When I first thought of an “Obama clock”, I imagined that thing that hung on my aunt’s wall: a cat with swinging pendulum tail and eyes that swung back and forth, frightening 5 year-old boys. But, with an Obama face. Turns out, it was far less exciting. The press release from Trojan Tree touting the newest release of “Obama Clock”, …

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Michele Bachmann Tastes Defeat, Declares She’s Full Now

The Republican presidential candidates brought their appetites to Iowa last night and the people’s diner served up some heaping morsels of democracy. While Rick Perry liked the taste of defeat and is going back for a Texas-sized scoop of seconds, Michele Bachmann however has asked the waiter for her bill. (image)video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Yup. After a paltry showing …

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Google Election & Politics Helps Informed Voters Stay Informed

The U.S. presidential election cycle used to be like a regulated yet exhilarating amusement park ride that you could count on starting and stopping at certain times. Think of the Scrambler: dizzying in experience yet timed to end at a reliable time. Now, with the ubiquity of the 24-hour news cycle and the hordes of blogs and other commentators, the …

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