Not that it's going to make one iota of difference to his supporters.
A panel of legal experts on Fox News came to the conclusion on Monday that Kim Davis' attorney, Mat Staver, was "ridiculously stupid" for asserting that the Supreme Court did not have constitutional authority to strike down same-sex marriage bans.
Bush's brain says the Big Money Boyz don't want a repeat of Newt Gingrich's attacks on Mitt Romney.
Someone forgot to give Fox host Bret Baier the memo on the Indiana's new "religious freedom" law.
Karl Rove had harsh words for Gov. Scott Walker, who clearly went to London to build up his foreign policy chops, but failed miserably.
National Journal's Ron Fournier's latest bit of hackery involves a whole lot of anonymous sources, a.k.a. "Obama-whispers."
TPM: "Karl Rove added his name to the list of critics seeking to unskew a bunch of New York Times/Kaiser Family Foundation polls which showed a number of Democrats in key Senate races running either neck-and-neck or ahead of their Republican competitors." Here's to hoping his predictions work out as well as they did for him during the presidential race, when he assured the Fox viewers that Romney had the race in the bag.
Sounds kind of like a threat, doesn't it?
It's the zombie lie that just won't die.
On the fifth anniversary of the passage of the American Recovery Act, Fox "news" was happy to help Republicans continue to tell the same zombie lies they've been spreading for years on what's holding back economic growth.