Archive for January 5th, 2010

Well there is certainly no doubt that we are looking at a disgruntled republican, and in spite of being somewhat attractive, she is obviously involved with the corporate crooks that would like to unseat Grayson. She won’t have the effect that she and Faux News is dreaming about because Grayson has a lot of support from the common folks. The kind of people, with dirt under their nails, that like real words,real healthcare, and real food.

Angie has been involved in several real estate related businesses. She was President of Langley Consulting, Vice President of Langley Land Company, and affiliated with Langley Mortgage Co. She was also chaired the
South Lake County Republican Club untill she had to resign for non compliance to register as a special interest group.

Here’s some more information from Watchdog.net

Angie Langley, President, Langley Consulting

$935 to Virginia Brown-Waite, Friends Of Ginny Brown-Waite on May 3, 2004
Angie Langley, Consultant, Self

$250 to Mark Foley, Friends Of Mark Foley on August 22, 2006

$1,300 to Republican Party Of Florida from August 31, 2007 to October 24, 2007
Angie Langley, President, Langley Consulting

$935 to Friends Of Ginny Brown-Waite on May 3, 2004
Angie Langley, Consultant, Self

$250 to Friends Of Mark Foley on August 22, 2006

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NRCC Pushes Back Against Steele Over 2010 Pessimism, GOP Operatives Furious

First Posted: 01- 5-10 10:26 AM   |   Updated: 01- 5-10 10:42 AM

Republican operatives are privately furious with RNC Chairman Michael Steele for predicting on Monday night that the GOP will not take over the House of Representatives in 2010.

One strategist called the comment “stupid,” arguing that it will put the party in a bind when it comes to candidate recruitment and generally lower expectations and excitement over the 2010 elections. Others, who refused to go on the record, lamented the inevitable follow-up questions that would be asked to Republicans, such as: do you agree with the sentiments of the RNC Chairman?

And, sure enough, on Tuesday, the National Congressional Campaign Committee released a statement in which it basically slapped down Steele for his electoral prognostication.

“The NRCC’s goal — as the campaign arm of the House Republican Conference — has always been to recapture the majority in 2010,” said Ken Spain, press secretary for the committee. “Independent political analysts and even liberal columnists have stated that Republicans have a very real shot at taking back the majority in 2010. Make no mistake about it, we are playing to win.”

It is extremely rare to see two campaign committees on such different pages when it comes to messaging. Steele was able to survive a rocky start to his tenure at the RNC. But the grumbling never fully died down — and his remarks on Sean Hannity’s radio show Monday night have only exacerbated the situation.

“I can’t give a number [of seats the GOP will win] yet, because like I said, we’re just now beginning to look at the races,” Steele said. Asked if Republicans will take back the House, he confessed: “Not this year.”

“I don’t know all the candidates yet,” Steele added. “We still have some vacancies that need to get filled, but then the question we need to ask ourselves is: ‘If we do that, are we ready?'”

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Lenny Kravitz – Bring It On (Live 2008)

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