When we need to unravel a thorny moral issue, Saxby Chambliss is the man.
CBS, Face the Nation, Aug. 3, 2014.
Had we known of the errors and territorialism that permitted 9/11, would we have agreed to any of this?
The timing of this threat of an al Qaeda plot seems a little too convenient to the discussion of NSA monitoring.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) on Sunday declared that President Barack Obama should not put "any limits" on U.S. military involvement in the civil war that's being waged in Syria.
It looks like Sen. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III decided to give his fellow Armed Services Committee member, Saxby Chambliss, a run for his money to see who could make the most absurd statement during the hearing on sexual assault in the military this Tuesday.
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) on Tuesday suggested that the "hormone level created by nature" was to blame for rapes in the military and that all pregnant servicewomen should be investigated to make sure their condition was the result of consensual sex.
Following months on end of watching the likes of Sen. Lindsey Graham and his BFF Sen. John McCain do their best to beat the war drums for the United States to be injecting ourselves into Syria's two year long civil war, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took the lot of them to task for their push to intervene in that country with very little thought involved as to what happens next if we would decide to intervene.
Imagine if Obama had put this much effort into getting jobs for people.
With the Supreme Court weighing in on the issue of gay marriage this week and such sorry pronouncements like the one we heard from Justice Samuel Alito where he called the issue "newer than cell phones or the Internet," The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took his viewers though some of the "evolving" views we've seen from our politicians over the recent weeks.
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