Culture of Corruption

Here is a video to remind you once again of all the lies Obama made during his campaign trail and presidency thus far. He tricked us and deceived us to get into office, he tricked us and deceived us to get the stimulus...
Just last year, celebutante and former White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers was all the glamor and abuzz.
White House Social Staff Secretary and Chicago celebutante Desiree Rogers has announced she will leave her post next month. Ms.
TexasGOPVote recently blogged about Jack McDonald, the top Democratic recruit, dropping out of the race to unseat Republican Rep. Mike McCaul (TX-8). With the Chicago-style politics Obama has brought to the White House, we...
Obama has worked hard to shape a "solid political alliance" with Republican Mayor Bloomberg, courting the mayor during his presidential campaign, seeking his views on various political topics, and offering Bloomberg's...
John F. Harris outlines seven storylines that the Obama White House doesn't want you to know in his Politico article "7 stories Barack Obama doesn't want told," and TexasGOPVote is adding seven new tags to help our readers...
Here is another call to action from my friend Shirley Spellerberg:As we mentioned in our action alert two days ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is plotting to use a parliamentary procedure to prevent a recorded vote on...
The following was sent in by a TexasGOPVote fan regarding the article, "In-Justice! Furor over O's 'Gitmo' appointees," which discusses the disclosure that nine of Obama's Justice Department appointees have previously...
I congratulate Mark Kirk for his victory in the Illinois Republican Senate primary election. With Congressman Kirk as our nominee, the Republican Party has a real opportunity to pick up the President's former Senate seat in...
Obama brought his Chicago-style politics to D.C. and it looks like the trend is to run with it or run away from it. Some Democrats do not like what is becoming of their party and are beginning to pull out.
Ten of the nineteen Republican state attorneys general have signed on to provide a legal analysis of the "constitutionality of a controversial provision in the Senate bill and to explore potential legal challenges."

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