Republican Slugfest - "Last week’s NY Times article highlighting Republican’s continued efforts to mount legal challenges to the new healthcare law are embarrassing me as a Republican-leaning independent. For one, this ship has sailed. The opposition may have future victories in court but they’ll be minor in comparison to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Act. The Affordable Care Act, for all its failings and incompetent rollout is the new norm – whether you like it (50% of…

Republican Slugfest - "Last week’s NY Times article highlighting Republican’s continued efforts to mount legal challenges to the new healthcare law are embarrassing me as a Republican-leaning independent. For one, this ship has sailed. The opposition may have future victories in court but they’ll be minor in comparison to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Act. The Affordable Care Act, for all its failings and incompetent rollout is the new norm – whether you like it (50% of…

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TooLoud Republican Symbol All Over Adult Fleece 64" Scarf All Over Print

TooLoud Republican Symbol All Over Adult Fleece 64" Scarf All Over Print

The Democrat And Republican Symbols Of A Donkey And Elephant ...

The Democrat And Republican Symbols Of A Donkey And Elephant ...

TooLoud Republican Symbol All Over Adult Short Socks Select Your Size All Over Print

TooLoud Republican Symbol All Over Adult Short Socks Select Your Size All Over Print

A McKinley campaign with the old Republican symbol of a raccoon on it.  It will be on view at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in Canton, Ohio in the exhibition "Campaigns and Cartoons" through September 30, 2012.  By the 1896 campaign, the image of a raccoon thumbing its nose at the opposition had become a well-known symbol of the Republican party.  It was first used in the 1840s in reference to Henry Clay as “That Same Old Coon.”  It was last used in 1964 on a Barry Goldwater…

A McKinley campaign with the old Republican symbol of a raccoon on it. It will be on view at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in Canton, Ohio in the exhibition "Campaigns and Cartoons" through September 30, 2012. By the 1896 campaign, the image of a raccoon thumbing its nose at the opposition had become a well-known symbol of the Republican party. It was first used in the 1840s in reference to Henry Clay as “That Same Old Coon.” It was last used in 1964 on a Barry Goldwater…

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