Monday, Nov 12
Good morning TexMessagers! Happy Veterans’ day!
Thought we have seen a final of debate emails come Nov. 7? Well, consider again.
This weekend all of Mitt Romney’s supporters perceived one some-more debate email from Mitt and Ann Romney. The theme was simple: Thank you.
The email interjection a supporters for their tough work such as creation call, attending rallies, donating and voting. It also encourages them to stay positive, “Today’s a new day. Keep desiring in America.”
Headlines from TxPotomac’s 2012 presidential debate coverage and more:
★ Rick Perry keeps his presidential options open for 2016 after Romney defeat
★ There are few people in a GOP obliged for Republican failures of 2012
★ Political cartoons of a week: Election? What election?
★ Paula Broadwell: Talking adult Petraeus from a “The Daily Show” to “The Daily Beast” (VIDEO)
★ Get prepared for George P. Bush to run for Texas bureau in 2014
★ Latino power: Suddenly, Sean Hannity wants immigration reform
★ Giving $ to Karl Rove: A terrible return-on-investment
★ GOP Rep. Michael McCaul: Immigration remodel probable subsequent year
★ Romney and a Secret Service contend goodbye
★ Ron Paul is prepared for his farewell to DC: “People had adequate of me”
★ Romney group incidentally posts feat site
★ Texas Democrats need some-more grounds to spin a state blue, says Julián Castro
★ Will Pelosi step down as Dem leader?
★ Kay Bailey Hutchison says GOP is “tainted” by possibilities observant “very foolish things”
★ Donald Trump says we need tellurian warming
★ The Tweetelection: Obama had some-more than only a belligerent diversion in his favor
Reader Comment of a Day
In response to a post Upset that Romney lost? Blame Rick Perry, says The New Republic, “Rockette” wrote in a comments forum:
The choosing is over, and now a President and Congress contingency residence a evident issues that impact a weell being of America.
Romney did not win in partial since a infancy of those voting could/did not brand with him, did not caring for a policies he was advocating, flip flopping on issues, and never unequivocally defining what he was unequivocally bringing to a image to be inaugurated President, he was too indecisive. He is an glorious businessman, not so good during being a people person.
TxPotomac lets we know what stories to demeanour out for.
★ The House and Senate will accommodate for a pro forma session.
★ Inter-American Dialogue (IAD) binds a contention on “The U.S. Elections: Implications for Latin America,” including a demeanour during President Obama’s policies towards immigration, trade, and drug process during 11 a.m.
Tomorrow and beyond:
★ Nov. 13. Senate Select Intelligence Committee (Chairwoman Feinstein, D-Calif.) will reason a sealed slip conference on a circumstances, including a comprehension and confidence situation, surrounding a new militant conflict in Benghazi, Libya, and a comprehension and confidence conditions in other Arab Spring countries during 9 a.m.
★ Nov. 14. Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee (Chairman Stearns, R-Fla.) of House Energy and Commerce Committee will reason a conference patrician “The Fungal Meningitis Outbreak: Could It Have Been Prevented?” during 10 a.m.
★ Nov. 15. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee (Chairman Harkin, D-Iowa) will reason a conference patrician “Pharmacy Compounding: Implications of a 2012 Meningitis Outbreak,” focusing on a new conflict during 10 a.m.
★ Nov. 15. Economic Opportunity Subcommittee (Chairman Stutzman, R-Ind.) of House Veterans’ Affairs Committee will reason a conference patrician “Review of Veterans Employment Challenges and Initiatives of a 112th Congress” during 10 a.m.
★ Nov. 15. Counterterrorism and Intelligence Subcommittee (Chairman Meehan, R-Pa.) of House Homeland Security Committee will reason a conference patrician “WMD [weapons of mass destruction] Terrorism: Assessing a Continued Homeland Threat” during 10 a.m.
★ Nov. 16. Oversight, Investigations and Management Subcommittee (Chairman McCaul, R-Texas) of House Homeland Security Committee will reason a conference patrician “A Line in a Sand: Assessing Dangerous Threats to Our Nation’s Borders” during 9 a.m.
Today in Texas History
On Nov 12, 1906, William Stallings was allocated to be rural representative of Smith County and a initial rural representative in Texas. More