Budgets are moral documents. This one has no soul. And breaks the biggest promises from the campaign.
He's just a father of four who wants a nice boat and three homes for his family How dare we criticize him for being fiscally irresponsible.
We are spending billions, with no tangible return on the investment.
Grassley Rails About President Obama For Not Taking Responsibility For His Policies - Too Bad He's Not Willing To Do The Same
During the lead up to the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa, their senior senator, Chuck Grassley, made an appearance and took the opportunity to rail on about Obama not taking responsibility for his policies and apparently was very unhappy with Republicans being blamed for any of our economic problems. He also lied and repeated the same tired old line we've heard out of them time after time:
(h/t David at VideoCafe) I love Newt Gingrich's campaign strategy of demanding that the media only hold him accountable for how great he is *right now*. Ignore all those ethical issues in his past tenure as Speaker of the House, he's *now* the
Stockman: Bush Administration And Paulson Destroyed Last Vestige Of Fiscal Responsibility We Had In The Republican Party
As William Cohen noted, David Stockman continues to make the rounds after bucking with the Republicans on tax cuts for the rich last summer. A Republican for Higher Taxes: David Stockman has never been one to shy away from a roaring
Record-breaking amounts of money were spent this year vying for seats in the mid-terms here in California. Meg Whitman reportedly spent $160 million of her own money--or roughly $42 per vote--to not win the California governorship. Carly
Rachel Maddow talked to Ezra Klein about his column at the Washington Post and the interview is pretty well summed up with this picture from Ezra's column. Elections matter because everyone does better when Democrats are in office and not just the
Meet the Press was its usual strange collection of overly-flogged stories and opportunities for marginal political viewpoints to be propounded as if t
The Party of Fiscal Responsibility? Seriously?: The Washington Times reports today, however, on a new matter that has nothing to do with Steele
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