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Arpaio: Electric fence joke proves Cain is serious

When Herman Cain meets with Maricopa Country Sheriff Joe Arpaio Monday, it will make him the fourth Republican presidential candidate to personally seek the endorsement of “America’s toughest sheriff.” “I’ll meet with Mr. Cain,” Arpaio told CNN’s Christine Roman’s Monday. “I’ll see how he stands on the illegal immigration problem.”…

Cain: ‘The war in Iraq wasn’t a mistake’

In his interview with David Gregory on Meet The Press Sunday, Herman Cain revealed some interesting foreign policy thoughts. When asked about his perspective on the war in Iraq, Cain believed the decision by the Bush administration to go there was justified. “I don’t think the war in Iraq was…

Cain on abortion: No ‘exceptions for rape and incest’

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said Sunday that he didn’t agree with abortion “under any circumstance.” The candidate, who has promised to work to overturn Roe v. Wade, told NBC’s David Gregory that he believes in “life from conception.” “I do not agree with abortion under any circumstance,” he insisted.…

Santorum: Single mothers are political base of Democratic Party

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Friday said that eliminating single motherhood would help defeat Democrats at the polling booth, according to the liberal watchdog Right Wing Watch. “Look at the political base of the Democratic Party: it is single mothers who run a household,” he said on the American…

Cain still believes ‘liberals want to destroy this country’

It was quite the interview new Republican presidential frontunner Herman Cain had with David Gregory on Meet The Press Sunday morning. When Gregory asked Cain about his previous comments on liberals wanting to destroy America, Cain did not back down from those statements, highlighting likely cuts to defense spending as…

Axelrod: GOP doesn’t understand Occupy Wall Street

President Obama’s top political adviser said Sunday that Republican presidential candidates who want to “roll back Wall Street reforms” obviously don’t understand the Occupy Wall Street movement. “I don’t think any American is impressed when they see Gov. Romney and all Republican candidates say the first thing they’ll do is…

Video game maker revels in Sim City’s similarities to Cain’s tax plan

LITTLETON, New Hampshire (Reuters) – Herman Cain has soared to the top of the Republican presidential polls by touting his 9-9-9 tax plan as the solution to everything from unemployment to deflated housing prices. Now, the similarity of the plan to one used in a version of hit video game…

California to allow political donations via text message

No longer just for keeping in touch and playing Angry Birds, your phone could serve a new purpose: donating to your favorite political candidate. California became the first state in the country Thursday to allow political donations via text message, Politico reported. The California Fair Political Practices Commission approved text…

Anita Perry: GOP attacking husband ‘because of his faith’

Texas First Lady Anita Perry says that her husband is being persecuted by the media and the Republican establishment “because of his faith.” “It’s been a rough month,” Anita Perry told supporters at North Greenville University Thursday. “We’ve been brutalized, eaten up and chewed up in the press.” “After Rick…

Obama calls Fox News reporter ‘the spokesperson for Mitt Romney’

President Barack Obama called out Fox News’ Chief White House Correspondent Ed Henry Thursday as a “spokesperson for Mitt Romney.” During a joint news conference with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, the president allowed Henry to asked the first question. “President Obama, I wanted to get your first reaction to…

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