Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said on Sunday that by passing Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-WI) budget to slash the size of government and shift Medicare into a voucher system, the party had proved that it was not grandstanding or obstructing President Barack Obama.
From this week's Fox News Sunday, Karl Rove, who ought to be sitting in a jail cell rather than running Super PAC's and yelling at Juan Williams on television, was terribly upset when Williams dared to tell the truth about Mitt Romney's economic
Unfortunately for Eric Ferhnstrom, a senior campaign advisor to the Romney campaign, Paul Krugman (who's been on a tear lately) was on "This Week" Sunday morning to dismantle all of his vapid talking points. First, he pointed out that government
Any time you hear a Republican use the word "Greece" to defend not raising taxes on the rich and to push the austerity measures, it's a safe bet--before you even hear anything else they had to say--that they're lying. They may claim that they are willing do anything to make the situation better in the United States in regard to jobs and the economy, but the truth is those measures will kill us.
(h/t Heather at Video Cafe) Pity Paul Ryan. Not only is he one of the least popular member of his party and Congress, but his Randian wet dream budget plan--declared the litmus test for all Republicans this election--isn't fooling most
This might have been a decent interview by CBS's Bob Schieffer if he'd bothered to do some follow up with Rep. Paul Ryan after he pretended that his budget plan which lowers tax rates for the rich is not going to do anything but funnel more money to the wealthiest among us.
On The Last Word, Anthony Weiner maneuvered Rep Jack Kingston (R-GA) into admitting that the Ryan plan ends Medicare and converts it to a voucher plan. What's so funny about this is how hard Boehner has been working to deny it, because of course,