White House 2012 Morning Memo: Thanksgivings Day Election News

Bookmark and Share This Thanksgiving morning memo affords you some campaign trail news involving apologies, No-Fly Zones, new poll numbers, quotes about quotes, the use of the “L” word, and much more, including a Thanksgiving tribute.

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White House 2012′s Morning Memo: Tuesday’s Election News Briefing for 11/21/11

Bookmark and Share  This brings us a campaign trail filled with everything from Newt’s call to privatize retirement accounts (Social Security), to this past Saturday’s Thanksgiving Family Forum, Mitt’s unfavorability ratings on the rise, Ron Paul still blaming America first, and Rick Santorum addressing the expected failure of the Supercomittee.  And of course more.
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White House 2012′s Morning Memo: Tuesday’s Election News Briefing for 11/15/11

Bookmark and Share   While you were asleep, the political world kept turning and tried to cast its perpetual spin on reality.  So set the record straight with White House 2012’s Morning Memo as we bring you  Gloria Cain’s interview, Polls that have Newt soaring and Americans doubting Cain, as well as stories about the end of Rick Perry’s campaign, strange emails from the First Lady, the stage being set for the Supreme Courts hearing on Obamacare, the shaping of the 2016 presidential election, notes about the Abuser in Chief, and much more. 

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White House 2012′s Morning Memo: Friday’s Election News Briefing for 11/11/11

Bookmark and Share  This morning’s White House 2012 Morning Memo briefs you on  Rick Perry’s top ten list from his appearance on Letterman, Herman Cain’s defamation representation, opinions on whether he just beginning to take a hit on all the accusations, a New Hampshire presidential candidate forum, Romney’s plans for Iowa, Occupy protesters crashing a Bachmann event, and a few other tidbits that are sure to heat up your coffee and wake this day in politics up.

Happy 11/11/11

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White House 2012’s Morning Memo. The News that Daylight Shed on Politics this Morning

Bookmark and Share     After a good night’s sleep, the morning brings a new day and new political events in today’s White House 2012 morning memo.  Some of it includes evidence that there is no debating last night’s debate, Perry’s pitiful performance, Herman Cain’s innocence, Obama’s stonewall, new Florida polling has Mitt miffed, and typical unnecessary costs to tax payers, thanks to liberal scandal.  Wake up America!  Don’t you just the smell of politics in the morning?!

  • The Debate Reviews are in:
  1. CNBC Republican Presidential Debate Offered Little News But Produced One Big Loser
  2. Debate In 100 Seconds: Out Of Gas
  3. Romney stronger than ever in GOP race
  4. Video: Perry implodes; Campaign is over, says top fundraiser
  5. GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry says campaign won’t end despite gaffe
  6. One f Newt’s best Moments: Newt hits academia, the media, and OWS for not understanding the economy (Video)

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Election News: Trunkline 2012 Evening News Summary for April 14, 2011

Trunkline 2012 Republican Morning Memo for Thursday, April 14th

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

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