“Isn’t that the most cynical, phony thing?" Jonathan Swan asked.
He talks about how impossible it seems to be to get Americans to just stay home, and he rips into the conservative pundits who urged people to die to save their grandchildren from national debt.
These people did. (open thread)
Because deficits only really matter when there's a Democrat in the White House, of course.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" as he fearmongered about the "powder keg of dynamite" and debt he and his party just made worse with a gigantic tax cut for the rich.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" after he and his fellow Republicans increased the deficit with tax cuts for their rich friends.
That's not the whole story.
You don't even have to read between the lines on this interview. This is Reaganomics on steroids.
Walker takes a page from Trump's playbook
Donald Trump's voters will soon learn you can't always get what you want--or need. Here's what they've really won.
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