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Louisiana Obamacare Attack Ads Use Actors To Tell Made-Up Horror Stories
Americans for Prosperity is unashamed to air ads which feature paid actors telling made-up stories to attack the ACA. Read more...
Brit Hume: 'Big Brother' Shouldn't Be Allowed To Force Free Riders To Buy Insurance
Fox's Brit Hume thinks that "free riders" ought to be "free" to go without health insurance so the rest of us can be "free" to pick up their tab. Read more...
A tea party-affiliated group is urging Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to bow out of his re-election bid next year against Democratic rival Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, citing concerns with the longtime senator's electability. Read more...
The Republican propaganda channel has decided to yet again make another political attack ad for the Republicans. Read more...
From this Wednesday evening's CBS News, Mitt Romney, who is running a presidential campaign based on lie after lie, after lie, taking his opponent out of context, flip flopping to the point where he can't even make it though one news cycle without Read more...

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From the season premier of Saturday Night Live, a parody of one of the Obama for America's attack ads hitting Mitt Romney for his time at Bain Capital. I await Fox "News" going after them with "fact-checks" on their comedy skit and asking if they were "fair and balanced" with their treatment of Mittens. Read more...
Rachel Maddow featured the work by ProPublica which you can find crossposted at our own Occupy America here -- Revealed: The Dark Money Group Attacking Sen. Sherrod Brown. I encourage everyone to just go read their entire report, but I'll share a Read more...
Okay, let me get this straight. Apparently, according to Politico's John Harris, running ads against Mitt Romney for things that are true, like the fact that he is out of touch with most Americans and their struggles and that his time at Bain Capital just reinforces that, is somehow "personal," but Romney running lying ads about President Obama supposedly gutting welfare work requirements, calling him a "food stamp president" and diving into birtherism is somehow either not "personal" or it's not even worth mentioning... Read more...
In May, a previously unknown group started pouring money into Ohio’s U.S. Senate race, considered one of the most important in the country and currently the nation’s most expensive. The group, the Government Integrity Fund, has spent over $1 million so far on TV ads bashing Democratic incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown and praising his Republican opponent, Josh Mandel. Read more...
Here we go again with the talking heads on Fox, defending Mitt Romney's dishonest "you didn't build that" ad. Context doesn't matter. Lies don't matter. Policy doesn't matter. Reality doesn't matter. You can say anything and all that matters is how Read more...