In a devastating condemnation of the party to which she once belonged, the columnist argued for burning the GOP to the ground in the AM Joy panel discussion.
EJ Dionne notes Trump's Nixonian "madman" negotiating "strategy," and notes that immigration hardliners are nervous Trump might give away something of substance to save face over the stupid "memory device" known as "build the wall."
There is nothing about the way GOP strategists try to defend this administration that holds up to logical scrutiny.
Just because it's the end of the month doesn't mean there's not another October Surprise up someone's sleeve.
Peter Navarro spent the better part of the segment condescending to Joy Ann Reid and Joan Walsh, finally propositioning Walsh with a crisp $100 bill.
When you hear Republicans and their enabling friends in the media bemoan Obama's "lack of leadership", you know what that really means, right?
The Beltway Bubble is like walking through Alice's Looking Glass: Though curiously familiar, no one acts as one would expect and what is unquestionably real on the other side is inverted from the inside. Inside the Beltway, there is no such thing
(h/t Heather) Aren't we lucky that we have conservative commentators (and their enabling friends in the traditional media) to tell us what's important to consider in the upcoming midterm elections? Methinks the very fact that they spend so much
I'm with E.J. Dionne who made a great point on Meet the Press that we don't hear often enough on these bobble head shows. I'm sick to death of it too
Media Matters caught this one -- National Review's Lowry falsely equates reconciliation and nuclear option in order to accuse Dionne of hypocrisy in y
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