by Javier Manjarres As a followup to our piece on Democrat candidate for Congress Patrick Murphy and his campaign disclosure problems, a subsequent search of the Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections records shows that Murphy was a registered Republican in Miami-Dade county from 2004 up until January of 2011 and he cast his vote in … Read more
Archive for June, 2011
by Javier Manjarres With the Democrat Party set on avenging the losses it suffered in the 2010 elections, Congressman Allen West’s Congressional District 22 is being targeted as a ‘must have’ seat, and it surely will be one of the most contentious congressional races next year. West beat incumbent Ron Klein in 2010, and he … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Good ol’ Congressman Allen West took some time to ‘show some love’ for the Code Pinkers who have protested his townhall meetings by referring to them as ‘losers’ and ‘Code Yellow’. West refers to them as such because they have not denounced President Obama for violating the War Powers Act in the … Read more
by Javier Manjarres The Miami-Dade county Mayoral race is in its stretch run, and now it appears that underdog County Commissioner Carlos Gimenez is in position to take down the hands down favorite in the race, Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina. In a recent Miami Herald poll, Gimenez leads Robaina 50-39 amongst ‘likely’ voters in the … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Our good friend, former Alabama Agriculture Commissioner Dale Peterson candidate has endorsed Herman Cain in the GOP’s Presidential primary race. We caught up with good ol’ Dale in New Orleans where he reaffimed his support for Cain and discussed his political future. Peterson said he would only run if “it was the … Read more
by Javier Manjarres The conservative winds of change may very well have blown through the crowded and contentious field of Republican candidates who are vying to unseat Democrat U.S. Senator Bill Nelson in next year’s general election. Up to this point, the Republican candidates in the race-former Senator George LeMieux, FL Senate President Mike Haridopolos … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain made it very clear that he believes Obama and the Democrat Party will liberally play the ‘race card’ and demagogue the Republican party as a racist, anti-black, anti-Hispanic party come next year’s general election.
by Javier Manjarres While addressing reporters during the 2011 RLC in New Orleans, Presidential candidate Herman Cain was asked what his criticisms of the RNC were, to which Cain replied that he ‘left that plantation a long time ago” as a black Republican. Too Funny, gotta love Cain!
by Javier Manjarres RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day addressed the Republican faithful at the Republican Leadership Conference (RLC) today in New Orleans, Louisiana. Day did not disappoint attendees who were ready for some ‘red meat’ about the Obama Administration. For those of you who may not know Sharon Day, she wears her party beliefs on here … Read more
by Javier Manjarres Recent criticisms of U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner have asserted that the former House Majority Leader was once a supporter of Cap and Trade legislation, citing his support for a bill that he and Senator Marco Rubio championed back in 2008. During a recent a sit down interview that I had with Hasner, … Read more