Jack Welch

Stupid Right-Wing Tweets: Jack Welch Edition

The Lightbulb Guy might want to get an encyclopedia of logical fallacies out and look up <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_equivalence">false equivalence</a>. First, I don't remember Democrats refusing vote on George W. Bush's choices to head federal agencies, just because they didn't like the agencies. Second, whatever you think about Democratic filibusters, they've generally represented <a href="http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2010/02/let_the_majority_rule.html">the majority view.</a> Third, any third grader could look at a chart of cloture votes <a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2013/07/11/the-democratic-case-for-changing-the-filibuster-rules-in-1-chart/">and see the difference. </a>

Stupid Right-Wing Tweets: Donald Trump Edition

Glad to see the Birther-in-Chief is also a BLS Truther! But let's look at what The Combover's argument for a minute. He's saying that Jack Welch, because he used to run GE, is better at calculating current employment than the Bureau of Labor

Gibbs: Jack Welch Embarrassed Himself Saying Jobs Stats Are Made Up

From this Sunday's Meet the Press, Robert Gibbs called out former GE CEO, Jack Welch for embarrassing himself along with the other "jobs report truthers" who were touting that there was some grand conspiracy theory at work with the latest report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even Chuck Todd had a few words about the fact that it's a "bad trend" when we've got conservatives out there getting traction with this nonsense.

Stupid Right-Wing Tweets: Jack Welch Edition

A Romney supporter complaining about the opposition lying is like a Bachmann follower decrying fear-mongering. It's just ridiculous. But if Jack really does think that the true measure of character is truth-telling -- he must have a terribly