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Ohio Gov. John Kasich told Fox's Chris Wallace "We're fiddling around while Rome burns." Let's hope no one listens to him.
Fox News Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. Ohio Gov. John Kasich fearmongers over our budget deficit while pushing for a dangerous balanced budget amendment to the U.S. constitution.
The quitta' from Wasilla is not happy with Paul Ryan's budget proposal, because it doesn't do quite enough economic harm to those living in poverty and what's left of the middle class in America to suit her.
Tea party backed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Sunday insisted only Democrats were threatening default on the debt even though he has vowed not to raise the debt ceiling until Congress passes a balanced budget amendment. "Let me be very clear about
March 12, 1979 - Carter meeting with Begin over Middle East Peace Process. Violence in West Bank. Anti-Carter riots. Energy Crisis looming. Arab Oil. Women demonstrate in Tehran over new dress code. John Stennis calls for Balanced Budget Amendment to Constitution. Howard Baker and Bob Dole call for investigation of Carter Family peanut business. Billy Carter under investigation by FBI for juggling books.
Sen. Heller Pretends GOP Doesn't Want To End Medicare In Weekly Address - Asks Dems To Quit Using 'Scare Tactics'
Once again, the Republicans prove they're living in upside down land with the remarks in their Weekly Address. This week it was Sen. John Ensign's replacement in Nevada, Sen. Dean Heller giving their talking points for the week. After rattling
Wash, rinse, lie, repeat. That was about what we got from New York Rep. Michael Grimm in this week's GOP Weekly Address. Par for the course, it's more of their broken record on job creation; more tax cuts, deregulation, Washington spends to much,
You've just got to love what passes for "straight news" over at the Fox Republican propaganda channel. During one of their "breaking news" segments after the news that Standard and Poor's decided to downgrade the AAA credit rating of the Unites States, who did they bring in to do some "objective" analysis? The American Spectator and Wall Street Journal's resident hack, John Fund.
I think Chris Matthews has finally had a belly-full of these TeaBirchers who've been taking the government hostage trying to get their balanced budget jammed through the legislature or at least force all of them to vote on it. They've been claiming
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