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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Former White House staffer Jofi Joseph fired for slanderous Twitter account

As long as you are hiding behind a pseudonym on the internet, you think you are safe to slander anyone.  In reality, no one is ever safe in the slander business.  Jofi Joseph was a national security staffer and foreign policy expert for the Obama administration.

However, he was also secretly operating a Twitter account since 2011 under the pseudonym @natsecwonk.  In the Twitter account, his tweets were filled with Limbaugh/Townhall/VDare style biting insults against many of his co-workers, famous political figures, and the Obama administration.  He would make sexist comments against women like Ann Romney and Liz Cheney, and openly insult and critize the Obama's administration's foreign policy and his White House colleagues and bosses.

After careful research and a sting operation, the Obama administration identified @natsecwonk as their own White House Staff and immediately fired him.

Jofi Joseph, tweeting White House staffer, possibly unmasked by sting, report says

Monday, October 21, 2013

Republicans sink to new lows in polls

After a government shutdown that accomplished absolutely nothing, the Republicans are doing what they do best - find new ways to sink to new lows.  Here's a summary of numerous articles and poll reports, all unanimously showing the GOP sinking to new lows in popularity.

NBC/Wall Street Journal poll
The Republican Party has been "badly damaged" by the government shutdown, according to an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, which finds public opinion souring on the GOP and some of its core positions.  Americans blamed Republicans over President Barack Obama for the shutdown by a margin of 22 percentage points, with 53 percent saying the GOP deserved more blame, and 31 percent saying Obama did. Approval ratings for the Republican Party and the tea party were at 24 percent and 21 percent respectively -- both record lows as measured by NBC/WSJ.

Washington Post-ABC News poll
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds nearly three quarters of Americans disapprove of the way Republicans in Congress are handling negotiations over the budget (74 percent), up from 63 percent since the start of the shutdown after hitting 70 percent last week. The results are more troublesome for Republicans when it comes to women, Latinos and independent voters, precisely the sort of voters that the Republican National Committee said last spring that it needed to embrace if its national candidates were to succeed in 2016 and beyond. In almost all cases, the cascade of conversation since the government shutdown on Oct. 1 has been toxic for the GOP.

Is is now certain that Democrat Terry McAullife will be elected the next Governor of Virginia this November, as he consistently increases his lead.  For the 2014 elections, the Democrats have a good chance of taking back the House, thanks to the GOP's stupidity and incompetence.

Monday, October 07, 2013

Terry McAuliffe leading in Virginia Governor race

The 2013 Virginia Governor election is just one month away and Democrat Terry McAuliffe is still leading by a significant margin.  The Washington Post shows more recent polls indicating McAuliffe has maintained his significant lead over Ken Cuccinelli since August.  McAuliffe is well ahead of the polling margin of error and the Democrats are ready to win the election.

With less than one month to go and a government shutdown that has turned the public against the GOP, a Democratic victory is imminent.  I'll be doing my insightful election analysis, even in the less glamorous odd year elections, of 2013.

Republicans losing in government shutdown game

The federal government shutdown on October 1, 2013 because the House Republicans did not agree to a budget.  The GOP is demanding that Obama's health care plan be delayed or weakened, but with neither side budging, the government shutdown continues.

So how are the Republicans doing because they want to deny affordable health care coverage to millions of Americans?  Not too well.

Republicans are losing the shutdown blame game

By 44 percent to 35 percent, more say Republicans in Congress are to blame than Obama/Democrats for the shutdown in a CBS News poll conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday. A simultaneous Fox News poll of registered voters found 42 percent saying either “Republican leaders” or “Tea party Republicans, such as Ted Cruz,” are responsible while 32 percent blamed Obama or “Democratic leaders, such as Harry Reid.”

Some longtime Republican donors are unnerved by the GOP’s shutdown strategy

Veteran Republican fundraisers are increasingly alarmed by the defiant stance of hard-line conservatives amid the federal government shutdown, prompting fears that many key donors may be restrained in their giving going into the 2014 midterms.

The growing unhappiness among longtime GOP check-writers and party elders underscores the deepening divisions over the ascendant tea party wing, which fueled this past week’s shutdown and is demanding Democratic concessions in exchange for reopening the government and raising the nation’s debt limit.