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Colorado GOP Launches New Website, Accidentally Uses Photos from Utah, Arizona

Colorado GOP Launches New Website, Accidentally Uses Photos from Utah, Arizona
The Colorado Republican Party’s Official Independent Expenditure Committee (CORE) launched a snazzy new website today, billed as a grassroots organizing and fundraising tool for local and state pols. It’s part of the party’s healthily financed, years-long effort to catch up to the Dems’ technological edge that emerged during the Obama years.
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Texas Judge Switches Sides: 'The Republican Party Left Me'

Texas Judge Switches Sides: 'The Republican Party Left Me'
Bexar County Court at Law Judge Carlo Key switched from the Republican party to the Democratic party emphasizing that the, "Republican party has been at war with itself," and that ultimately, "I have not left the Republican party, it left me."
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RedState Editor Says Conservative Media is Nothing but 'Anger and Noise'

RedState Editor Says Conservative Media is Nothing but 'Anger and Noise'
RedState editor and CNN contributor Erick Erickson called out the "journalism" of conservative media outlets on Wednesday, claiming they've bypassed the basic tenets of journalism in an attempt to gin up and highlight controversies.
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Sarah Palin Drinks Her Last Cup of Fox News Tea

Sarah Palin Drinks Her Last Cup of Fox News Tea
The tea party movement is dead. When an ant mound is poisoned and the queen dies there are still worker ants running around. However, for all practical purposes, the mound is dead. That is the current state of the tea party.
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Why Does Mississippi Vote Republican?

Why Does Mississippi Vote Republican?
There is a reason Mississippi, once a solidly Democratic state, is a modern-day Republican stronghold. But it's not the reason you might think.
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Mark Sanford is Back in the Political Game Following Argentine Affair

The two-term governor was seen as a possible ultraconservative contender for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. That was before he vanished from the state for five days in 2009. Reporters were told he was hiking the Appalachian Trail, but he later tearfully acknowledged he was visiting Maria Belen Chapur, which he told everyone at news conference announcing his affair. He later called her his soul mate in an interview with AP.
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MN Tea Party Still Loves Cravaack

The Tea Party Express rolled into Duluth, MN yesterday. But Tea Party Republican Chip Cravaack was nowhere to be found. After riding the Tea Party wave into Congress, Cravaack is staying away from such gatherings -- he is trying to convince everyone he's a moderate now.
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Romney to Women: Just Ignore What I Said Before

Romney must still be nervous about Rep. Todd Akin's explosive comments about "legitimate rape." Or maybe he saw the polling that showed voters' strong disapproval of the Republican National Party's extreme anti-choice platform.
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Christie Keynote Word Cloud

This is a word cloud of the top 50 words of Gov. Christie's keynote; we have an advanced copy. There's a lot of America and American. And you'll see the word Believe show up big. Ever hear the saying about not trusting a person who begs you to trust him? to believe him?
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B: TX Republicans Hedge While Democrats Progress in Their 2012 Platform Changes

Party platforms are typically crafted by its activist base, address the standard wedge issues and provide the red meat f
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