partisanship

Chuck Todd Plays Concern Troll For Mitch McConnell's Whining About Filibuster Reform
Chuck Todd wants his viewers to "put politics aside" when considering Mitch McConnell and his carping about how terribly partisan the Senate has become. Read more...
David Brooks Claims Nuclear Option Will Make Senate More Partisan
I hate to break it to David Brooks, but the Senate couldn't get more partisan or polarized than it is already and as his cohort on The PBS Newshour, Mark Shields explained to him this Friday, the Democrats finally getting fed up to invoke the so-called "nuclear option" is a symptom and not the cause of the problem. Read more...
Scarborough: 'I Try Not To Be Partisan'
So says the biggest partisan hack on MSNBC on this Sunday's Meet the Press. Read more...
O'Reilly Claims President Obama, Not Fox, Is Polarizing America
Bill-O the clown opened up his show this Thursday evening by claiming that President Obama, and not the Republicans propaganda channel he works for is responsible for "polarizing America"... Read more...
The ousted chief of the Internal Revenue Service, Steven Miller, told the House Ways and Means Committee that his agency made errors in targeting conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, but he says the mistakes were not the result of partisan views. Read more...

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During the ABC This Week Roundtable, George Will tries to argue that President Obama's job record isn't isn't an accurate reflection of joblessness due to a decline in participation, citing job losses since Bush. Read more...
While I do not agree with all of the points Fareed Zakaria made during this segment, like comparing protecting our social safety nets to the Republicans rigidity on tax increases and painting those as being somehow equivalent; especially if you're Read more...
Oh boy. Looks like Fox found another "Democrat" besides Doug Schoen to bash Democrats for them -- Evan Bayh. We're all shocked, right? It appears he's also got himself a new lobbying gig as well. After Leaving Senate Because Of ‘Too Much Read more...
Two senators who normally find themselves on opposite sides of the aisle are casting partisanship aside for one night. Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Tom Coburn (R-OK) announced Sunday that they would buck the tradition of sitting only with their Read more...
{{Facepalm}} In a move as predictable as Lucy pulling the football away from Charlie Brown, Democrats are using Social Security scare tactics to gain ground before the November election. President Barack Obama is not only tolerating this Read more...