MSNBC, Morning Joe, Sept. 11, 2014. Chris Matthews is terribly worried about poor downtrodden Chris Christie. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/09/tweety-feels-badly-chris-christies-nj
Stephen Colbert took Fox resident psychiatrist and Freudian phallic symbol, Dr. Keith Ablow to task for his long distance diagnosis of President Obama.
With the United States now on the brink of a sovereign default, House Speaker John Boehner and his radical Republican extremists may succeed where Osama Bin Laden did not in destroying the U.S. economy.
House Speaker John Boehner thinks defaulting on the debt ceiling would be a "disaster."
After watching Ali Velshi fill in on some of CNN's coverage over the holidays on this "fiscal cliff" debacle, I would definitely be happy to see him take Erin Burnett's place on CNN in the evening. He corrected wingnut Rep. Tim Huelskamp on the air
Fox's Neil Cavuto claimed he really didn't want to take up for Standard and Poor's and defend their record, but it didn't stop him from accusing the Congress from conducting a "witch hunt" in their defense now that investigations are being called
While telling every one else not to panic in reaction to drops in the stock market after the S&P downgrade, Stephen Colbert packed his "hobo satchel" full of gold, weapons and a chicken as he prepared to make his escape from the United States.
Most of the time, in political history and in economics, things travel along a fairly predictable and relatively stable pathway. Debate is contained within a fairly narrow set of conventional and familiar choices. When it comes to economic policy,
Maddow: If We Take S&P At Their Word, The Downgrade Was Due To Republican Brinkmanship On Debt Ceiling
Well, we had one bright spot on the Sunday morning talks shows this weekend -- the fact that Rachel Maddow was a panel member on Meet the Press. The downside, she got stuck debating Republican hack Alex Castellanos who just regurgitated one
John Kerry left little doubt where Democrats plan on laying the blame for Standard and Poor's deciding to downgrade our credit rating -- squarely on the laps of those "tea party" Republicans in the House who were actually saying default would be
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