By Carole on Aug 4, 2011
Earlier this week it was Pennsylvania. Today Florida voters are the latest in an important swing state to say President Barack Obama does not deserve to be re-elected. According to a Quinnipiac University poll released today, 50% of voters in the Sunshine State believe the president does not deserve a second term (only 42% believe he does, 8% had no opinion).
By Carole on Aug 2, 2011
During the debt debate, President Barack Obama used divisive rhetoric and threats against our most vulnerable citizens to create the impression that his "balanced approach" including job-killing tax hikes was the answer. By fanning the flames of class warfare and threatening to deny grandmothers their Social Security checks, he did get many people to temporarily agree with him. But impressions built on lies do not last long and reality eventually prevails.
By Carole on Oct 2, 2010
Democratic Senate candidate Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) has been doing his best to hide from his own liberal record in Congress. Hoping voters will forget his two terms in the US House of Representatives during which he voted with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) 97% of the time, Congressman Sestak has produced campaign ads highlighting only his service in the US Navy and giving the false impression that he has gone directly from his military career to his current run for the Senate.
By Carole on Sep 28, 2010
US Senate candidate and Congressman Joe Sestak (D-Pennsylvania) decided to skip a debate against Republican Pat Toomey Monday night. Rather than take the stage and defend his record of support for the Obama agenda, Representative Sestak claimed he had a scheduling conflict and chose to attend a Pittsburgh fundraiser with Senator John Kerry (D-Massachusetts) and his wife Teresa Heinz instead.
By Carole on Sep 18, 2010
In his last campaign ad, Pennsylvania's Democratic Congressman and US Senate candidate Joe Sestak tried to trick voters into believing he went right from his years of military service to his current campaign. He conveniently omitted his years in the US House of Representatives where he strongly supported Wall Street bailouts and the Obama agenda. In his latest ad he's at it again.