I don't know about anyone else, but I think one of the last people I want to hear from when it comes to Don Young's remark about his dad's "50-60 wetbacks" and how this is going to harm the Republicans and their joke of a "minority outreach program" is former Santorum communications director, Hogan Gidley.
Reince Priebus and the RNC's recent efforts to work on the GOP's messaging and their ridiculous minority outreach program were mocked roundly on this Tuesday evening's The Daily Show by host Jon Stewart, who was, to put it mildly, not impressed with their post-election plan:
After the attacks we saw from the right on Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and the way that their treatment of Latinos really damaged Republicans in the last election, Rachel Maddow wondered if Reince Priebus and the RNC's new minority outreach program was going to work to convince Latinos to vote for them.
Joe Scarborough decided to give RNC Chairman Reince Priebus a little help with that minority outreach program of his by badgering one of his African-American guests about what Republicans could possibly do to win them over.
Fox host Alisyn Camerota deliberately and baselessly suggested that African Americans are too obese to be firefighters.
On any given day, we have about 2.3 million people behind bars in federal, state and local facilities.
Colin Powell is not a perfect man, nor was he a perfect public servant. But as Republicans go, he is at least one of the more intellectually honest of the bunch, even when faced with Bill O'Reilly's bluster and nonsense. Billo has suddenly come down
After pointing out that Republicans are no longer having success running on issues like inner city crime and opining over New York's Time Square becoming "a Disney-fied, bubble gum, wimp company" where "the worst that could happen is one of those
While quite a few Republicans are waking up to the fact that maybe it's not such a good idea to insult huge swaths of the voting public as Mitt Romney did when he made his remarks about President Obama winning the election because he gave "gifts" to
I'm sure we're going to see more of this over at Fox as the evening goes on this election night. Bill O'Reilly was already getting the excuses ready if Romney loses the election -- O'Reilly already blaming a potential Romney loss on Hurricane