The claws are out for Sen. Bernie Sanders and MSNBC's Mrs. Greenspan was happy to oblige.
MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell Reports, Sept. 15, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/09/andrea-mitchell-pushes-wall-street-journal
President Obama has proposed a change in the tax code that would lower taxes for the vast majority of Americans, so how does Fox Nation describe the proposal?
President Obama is coming out strong in support of tax increases on the rich, and Wall Street is already whining.
Neil Cavuto is still browbeating his guests over the need to raise taxes for more infrastructure spending.
This one-trick pony never gets tired of repeating the same lies.
If anyone thought the vitriol directed towards our first black, Democratic, moderate president who has been called everything in the book from dictator, to Marxist, to Socialist, to Communist was bad, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
As Steve Benen did such a wonderful job of explaining in his post this Monday, Republicans continually claim to be the anti-tax party, but that label should come with an asterisk, because they really don't mind raising taxes on the poor. Those moochers had better get "some skin in the game" or else.
Republicans have done a whole lot of things to damage their "brand" and still haven't figured out what to do to quit being the "stupid party" after their losses in the last election, but note to Kathleen Parker -- refusing to raise taxes in order to lower the budget deficit is not one of them. The majority of their own constituents don't agree with them on this issue, but that didn't stop Parker from pretending it would damage them on this Sunday's Meet the Press:
From this Sunday's Meet the Press, despite all of his rhetoric attempting to help the Republican party with their so-called rebranding effort, Eric Cantor didn't do a very good job of hiding just who his party is looking out for, and it sure as hell
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