Snubbed RI Democrat Says Obama Can Take His Endorsement and “Shove It”

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President Obama Monday is heading to Rhode Island to visit a manufacturing facility and make remarks at a fundraiser, but Democratic gubernatorial candidate Frank Caprio is hardly rolling out the welcome mat.

“He can take his endorsement and really shove it,” Caprio, who recently discovered the president will not be supporting him, told Providence radio station WPRO Monday morning.

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Top Democrats Rush to Witness Mexican Pot Burning


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A Stoos Views Hugh Betcha Exclusive
It was the largest pot bust ever—a drug interdiction unparalleled in the history of Mexico. The Mexican police announced that its agents had intercepted a drug shipment of 134 tons of marijuana near Tijuana, presumably headed for the United States. The government announced that all 134 tons would be disposed of by burning the stash in a ceremony at a nearby army base.  And Hugh Betcha, Chief of the International News Desk of the Stoos Views media conglomerate was there.

At the request of the President of Mexico, who called Hugh at his office in beautiful downtown Wynstone, South Dakota—where the air is clean, the crime rate low, the people are friendly, and the folks vote red—the reporter flew to Tijuana to witness the historic event. It would, however, prove to be anything but a normal news day.

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Jack Conway’s college days

When Democratic Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway started attacking his opponent for the Kentucky Senate seat, Republican Rand Paul, for college-aged hijinks that involved smoking pot and “praying” to a god named Aqua Buddha, Conway’s old classmates took notice.

“Can you believe he opened that door?” classmates wondered in e-mail chains, regarding why Conway would have invited scrutiny on his college days.

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Obama authorizes additional 80000 “refugees” to entry country

President Barack Hussein Obama, in a determination letter to Congress, has announced that he will allow an additional 80,000 immigrants – – mostly from Islamic countries – – to resettle in the United States during fiscal year 2011.

Mr. Obama says that the increase in Muslim immigrants “is justified by humanitarian concerns or is otherwise in the national interest.”

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