Man, this Republican Civil War stuff is getting really tasty. Here's former Speaker Dennis Hastert on Brian Kilmeade's Fox radio show, unloading on John Boehner for breaking his "majority of the majority" rule: Maybe you can do it once,
(h/t Political Carnival) ThinkProgress shows just why all those Republicans don't want you to be able to bring a camera to the few town halls they're brave enough to have. At a town hall last Wednesday attended by ThinkProgress, Rep. Dan
It's a couple of days old, but too good not to share. Stephen Colbert likens the debt ceiling debate and negotiations to a fairy tale, specifically The Billy Goats Gruff. It's hard to argue that the Democratic goats in Washington appear to
"Two Girls, One Cup" was, of course, an abominable video that was exploitative, repulsive, and degrading to participants and viewers alike. It inspired many "reaction" videos of people watching the horrors therein for the first time. I
Will Chuck Schumer's Defense Cutting 'Equality Sword' Bring Republicans To Their Knees? UPDATED: Triggers Agreed Upon?
I included this clown logic by Schumer earlier, but I wanted to highlight it in a separate post. Sen. Schumer is trying to make us believe that the threat of defense spending cuts will be enough to keep Republicans in line if there's a Super Cat
Not very many people seem to have caught the drift of this recent Glenn Beck rant, which was noted at Media Matters for its classic Beckian illogic, with the Mad Hatter declaring that if we can't use Hitler analogies in "logical conversation,"
OK, I watched this on FOX Business Channel when Boehner was speaking and it's just spooky. "I stuck my neck out a mile to try to get an agreement with the president of the United States," Boehner continued to grumbling among Democrats.
So with a few tweaks in language and a promise to do the unthinkable, Boehner may have gotten permission from his Televangelists to pass his bill. The House reconvenes at 2PM EST. TPM: Practically Delusional To secure enough votes from his
Laura Ingraham Flip-flops On Debt-ceiling Vote, Now Says They Should Pass Boehner's "Unserious" Bill. O'Reilly Lets Her Know It.
Laura Ingraham has been a big Tea Party supporter and proponent of the position that Republicans should not pass a debt ceiling bill that is a short-term/mini-deal or else it should be viewed as unserious. Talking to Newsmax on July 6th, she
Judson Phillips, the CEO of Tea Party Nation, which has been shunned by many conservatives because of their ethics (or utter lack thereof), wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post saying that John Boehner's plan is crazy and that he should step
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