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Bonus Cartoon of the Day- Debate Deniers

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Via.

We're within striking distance of our goal!

If there's streaming video, or highlights after, you'll find it here. Unfortunately server companies send us bills, and we have a big one coming up. Servers, web fixes and stories don't come free. We need help every now and then, and your support has meant everything. If you can, please donate.

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Video- Hannity's Focus Group Thinks President Obama Will Be Re-Elected

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I like it when Sean Hannity gets scared. Via the wonderful Newshounds.

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Winner of 1st EVER Political Carnival T Shirt Is...

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Terise in Alaska!!! I've got the emails, Gotta picked the number and the only t shirt ever made with the TPC logo is traveling far away, even before Gotta and I own one! We're going to do this again in the next few days, and the only way to win one is to help us out with our fundraiser which is used keeping this thing churning, not cruises on the Mediterranean or booze. Okay, some of mine might go for booze, but not much.

C'mon people, we're going to give away the next t shirt soon, so get your donation in to be in the running!

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Now, if you’ll bear with us, we’re having a very necessary fundraiser; please help TPC continue to do what we do:

If we are one thing here at TPC, it’s being up front. We need to raise funds so we don’t have to worry about expenses for the next three months, both for site upkeep and our own mounting bills.

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BONUS! We’re doing something special this time around and giving away two of our brand spankin’ new TPC t-shirts to random donors! We’ll draw names out of the proverbial hat and let you know=. (You can’t even buy these yet.)

So, to be the one of the first IN THE WORLD to sport your Political Carnival t-shirt, drop a little coinage in the kitty!

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CNN: Mitt Romney will win the Puerto Rico GOP primary

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Via a CNN email alert:

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will win the Puerto Rico GOP primary, CNN projects.

Puerto Rico's 20 delegates will be awarded proportionally. However, if Romney finishes with a majority of the vote, he will take all of the delegates.

Puerto Rico's primary comes two days before the showdown in Illinois, where 54 delegates will be awarded proportionally and polls show a tight race between Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.

UPDATE, via AP:

Mitt Romney has sailed to a win in Puerto Rico's GOP presidential primaryover chief rival Rick Santorum... Romney will top 50 percent and win all 20 of the island's delegates to the Republican presidential nominating convention in August.

Next up is Illinois on Tuesday. Polls show Romney and Santorum locked in a close race there.

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