Posts Tagged 'election'

Photos of The Week – Nov. 10, 2018

From The Guardian –

The migrant caravan in Mexico, wildfires in California, another fatal suspected stabbing in London, protests in Gaza and the US midterms 2018 – the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists

Go to the photographs.

Strange Facts About America’s First Presidential Election

Not exactly fair or democratic, it seems they just went through the motions.

BuzzFeed presents 13 weird things about it.

 

US Election In A Nutshell [pic]

Romney Tax Plans Explained In Detail

With the election just around the corner, it’s about time that details of Mitt Romney’s tax plan have become public. RomneyTaxPlan.com has all of the Governor’s plans – just click on the ‘Get The Details’ button.

Go to RomneyTaxPlan.com

 

Oh Crap, A Republican! [comic]

 

Monopoly – US Election Edition [comic]

original source

Romney – No Words Are Necessary [pic]

…but… it is too good to be true.

See the original, non-Photoshopped photo HERE.

Election’s Here! [pic]

Somethings To Consider Before Voting [video]

Election Season – Yea!!! [pic]

Tea Party Candidates Are Funded By Ferners

The Guardian (a ferner website) reports –

BP and several other big European companies are funding the midterm election campaigns of Tea Party favourites who deny the existence of global warming or oppose Barack Obama’s energy agenda, the Guardian has learned.

An analysis of campaign finance by Climate Action Network Europe (Cane) found nearly 80% of campaign donations from a number of major European firms were directed towards senators who blocked action on climate change. These included incumbents who have been embraced by the Tea Party such as Jim DeMint, a Republican from South Carolina, and the notorious climate change denier James Inhofe, a Republican from Oklahoma. The report, released tomorrow, used information on the Open Secrets.org database to track what it called a co-ordinated attempt by some of Europe’s biggest polluters to influence the US midterms. It said: “The European companies are funding almost exclusively Senate candidates who have been outspoken in their opposition to comprehensive climate policy in the US and candidates who actively deny the scientific consensus that climate change is happening and is caused by people.”

Continue reading HERE.

 

Context Matters [pic]

Yahoo reports –

Indian  film actors Aishwariya Rai Bachchan(L), Amitabh Bachchan (C) and Abhishek Bachchan display their ink-marked fingers after casting their vote at a polling booth in Mumbai for the country’s elections.captphoto_1241113552235-1-0


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