I don't know about anyone else, but I think one of the last people I want to hear from when it comes to Don Young's remark about his dad's "50-60 wetbacks" and how this is going to harm the Republicans and their joke of a "minority outreach program" is former Santorum communications director, Hogan Gidley.
Steve Schmidt: CPAC is the 'Star Wars Bar Scene of the Conservative Movement'
I guess no matter how badly these so-called "tea party" leaders behave, we're not going to be rid of them on the air any time soon. Case in point, wingnut Judson Phillips, CEO of Tea Party Nation, who as we've noted here is prone to misogynistic attacks on female Democrats, has had some trouble paying his group's hotel bills and who wants President Obama to prove that he doesn’t smoke crack and have gay sex. What a guy. But here he was on MSNBC this Thursday, being allowed to pretend he doesn't know Republicans won the House due to gerrymandering, while throwing both Boehner and Romney under the bus.
Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) has an A rating from the National Rifle Association but he says that Democrats are at fault for not passing more gun control legislation. During a Tuesday interview on MSNBC, host Thomas Roberts asked Kingston if he
There were a great number of thing wrong with this interview on MSNBC, one being the fact that host Thomas Roberts and his producers thought that the public needed to hear from the corrupt former Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert about the need
Who could have seen this coming? Here we go with the next step in the ridiculous, drummed up, non-scandal, Benghazi-gate that the right wingers have all been losing their minds over for the last couple of weeks at Fox -- Huckabee Suggests Obama
If RNC chair Reince Priebus thinks nasty, petulant interviews like this one with MSNBC's Thomas Roberts are going to win his party some support back with women voters, I think he's sadly mistaken. Last week, Priebus appeared on Bloomberg TV's Al Hunt and claimed that the "war on women" was as fictional as the "war on caterpillars."
A Republican strategist who has spoken out against same sex marriage asked one of the few openly gay news anchors Wednesday if he had ever "disappointed a woman." During a segment about female support for presidential candidates, Republican
Luke Russert explains to MSNBC's Thomas Roberts what his marching orders are from their network. He will hound the Democrats and Anthony Weiner at every opportunity until Weiner finally resigns. Of course no word yet on when he's planning on doing
MSNBC's Thomas Roberts filling for Ed Schultz after his suspension talked to former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich about the stalled talks on raising our debt ceiling and how the paralysis in Washington DC is allowing the bigger problem to be