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Ann Romney Blames Media For Election Loss

Though blaming the media and labeling it “liberal” is a common refrain for conservatives in the U.S., hearing the accusation come from a woman who could have been First Lady shows just how divisive political media in the country has become. During a Fox News interview with Chris Wallace this weekend, Ann Romney, wife of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, …

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Ted Nugent On Election: The Best Of His Twitter Feed

Ted Nugent has been overwhelmingly vocal about President Obama’s first term, and it looks like that’s not about to change now that America has elected him to serve again. The rocker and hunting enthusiast has been tweeting up a storm lately about where he thinks the country is going and why, and many of his views have caused other Twitter …

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Chris Christie Slams “Know-Nothing” Romney Staffers

Before Hurricane Sandy descended upon the northeastern states, New Jersey governor Chris Christie says, he told Mitt Romney that he more than likely wouldn’t be available for any campaign events in the week leading up to the election. Romney, he insists, was understanding. However, some in Romney’s camp don’t feel the same way, and have bashed the governor for not …

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President Obama Does Gangnam Style with a T-Rex in NMA’s Election Animation

You knew it was coming. No major world event is ever really complete without a breakdown from our favorite Taiwanese animators. NMA has just released their take on the 2012 Presidential Election, and it lives up to their delightfully odd standard. If you only watch one post-election wrap-up this morning, please let it be this one. Divorced from political bias, …

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Popular Vote: Will Obama Take That, Too?

While the days leading up to the election were stressful for the parties involved, perhaps even more stress was laid upon the shoulders of each candidate’s supporters on election night. It seemed like a very tight race for hours, sometimes even coming within a few hundred votes for some states. Shortly before midnight, however, President Obama won the necessary amount …

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On Election Night, Gloat to Your Political Frenemies with These GIFs

On election night, the chances are pretty high that your Facebook and Twitter streams will be inundated with policial posts. Some of your friends will rejoice, others will be apoplectic. Thus is the nature of bitter political contests. Many users will simply stay off social media in an effort to avoid the political bickering – but if you want to …

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Presidential Polls: Gallup Gives Romney The Lead

It seems the most recent Presidential Debate didn’t hurt Mitt Romney in the eyes of the nation, according to yesterday’s Gallup poll. Republicans were angry with the debate’s moderator, Candy Crowley, for seemingly favoring the president by allowing him more time to speak and then daring to interject when Romney falsely accused him of never calling the attacks on the …

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Candy Crowley Takes Heat For Fact-Checking

Candy Crowley, the second female moderator in the presidential debates, is taking some fire for becoming “an active part of the debate”, as alleged by New Hampshire governor John Sununu. Her comment to Governor Romney during the tense back-and-forth over the Libya attacks–in which she asserted that President Obama did, in fact, call it an act of terror the next …

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Sandra Fluke: Future Under Romney Humiliating To Women

Sandra Fluke, the former Georgetown Law student who found herself in the national spotlight when Rush Limbaugh called her a “slut” for her stance on birth control coverage under health care laws, took the stage last night at the Democratic National Convention to support President Obama. Fluke made it clear that she thinks a future under Mitt Romney’s reign would …

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Donations Via Text Could Change Game For Obama

In recent years, voting has become more and more popular amongst young people, due in part to campaigns by MTV like “Rock The Vote” and influential stars urging today’s youth to go make a difference; in the past, an overwhelming number of young people in the states were found to be liberal, meaning their votes have been extremely important for …

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Obama’s ‘Life Of Julia’ Keeps Democrats At Social Media Forefront

Last week the Republican party launched a Social Victory app to try to get a foothold onto what has been a one sided battle: The fight for social media dominance. This fight was utterly dominated by Barack Obama in the 2008 Presidential election, and some strategists pointed to this as a huge reason why he won so handily. The 2012 …

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Romney Targeted By Text Message Spam

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is being targeted by the latest practice of voter suppression in the form of political text message spam. Progressive organization Revolution Messaging has been working to raise the awareness of this dangerous new tactic by calling on the Federal Communications Commission to put a stop to it. Complaints are rolling in about these unsolicited text …

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