Day: January 16, 2013


“Be real black for me-Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway”


HAVE A GREAT EVENING!

Stop Incumbent Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Minority Leader of US Senate


“Investigate Senator Mitch McConnell making $24 million in 6 years on a $193,400 a year government salary.”


MCCONNELL

 

Senator Mitch McConnell’s estimated wealth was $3.1 million in 2004. Senator Mitch McConnell’s estimated wealth jumped to $27.2 million by 2010 on a government salary of $193,400 a year.

 

PLEASE SIGN PETITION CALLING FOR AN INVESTIGATION.

 

 

JOIN ME AS I SHINE A LIGHT ON MITCH McCONNELL

 

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COME OUT AND DEMONSTRATE AGAINST MITCH McCONNELL 01-18-13


Mitch McConnell Protest Friday, January 18, 2013 Lexington, Kentucky 11:30 AM EST (+)

by: Hillbilly

Mon Jan 14, 2013 at 11:40:03 AM EST

When: January 18, 2013 11:30 AM EST – 1:45 PM ESTWhereHyatt Regency Lexington 401 West High Street Lexington, KY 40507.Click here to visit the Progress Kentucky Facebook page for more information.

 

CLICK  HERE

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“The GOP’s ‘REDMAP’ memo”


THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW

In November, Democratic candidates for Congress collectively got 1.1 million more votes than their Republican opponents, but the House speaker is a Republican, with a 33-seat Republican majority. That’s not just us calculating it. That’s the Republican State Leadership Committee touting the effects of its Redistricting Majority Project, or REDMAP. They write:

President Obama won reelection in 2012 by nearly 3 points nationally, and banked 126 more electoral votes than Governor Mitt Romney.  Democratic candidates for the U.S. House won 1.1 million more votes than their Republican opponents.  But the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives is a Republican and presides over a 33-seat House Republican majority during the 113th Congress.  How? One needs to look no farther than four states that voted Democratic on a statewide level in 2012, yet elected a strong Republican delegation to represent them in Congress: Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

[T]he Republican firewall at the state legislative and congressional level held.

Last month ProPublica detailed exactly how REDMAP worked, with special emphasis on redistricting in North Carolina. If the REDMAP memo sounds like a sales pitch to donors, consider that the project raised $30 million in 2010. [SOURCE QUOTE]

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