It didn't take long for grandma killer Paul Ryan's anti-choice views to rear their ugly head again so soon after a bitter defeat in November. You may remember that Paulie Muscles was virtually joined at the hip with Republican crank Todd Aiken
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio did his best to try to spin the fact that Mitt Romney has consistently had some really extreme stances on birth control and the availability of contraception and on abortion for some time now on this Sunday's Meet the Press.
From this Thursday evening's Hardball pre-debate and some of the post-debate coverage, Rep. Marsha Blackburn came on initially to field a few questions, playing the part of Paul Ryan for Chris Matthews, with her fellow House member Rep. John Yarmuth
We can now add Gov. Transvaginal Ultrasound Bob McDonnell to the list of Republicans who are trying to pretend like there's some wiggle room in their extremist anti-abortion platform they just passed this week, which has no exceptions for rape or
From this Tuesday evening's Out Front with Erin Burnett, Rep. Marsha Blackburn did her best to attempt to backtrack on the Republican Party's extreme views on abortion in the wake of the Todd Akin dust up and their presumptive nominee, Mitt Romney along with the rest of the Republican establishment throwing him under the bus. The one problem for Republicans is they just passed an extreme right wing party platform in the run up to their convention this year, and Blackburn had a lot of trouble defending what she just voted on here.
This was a night when Tweety was really in the zone, going into great detail about the ripple effects of the positions Paul Ryan takes on the rights of fetuses over women and calling it "radical social engineering." He points out that no
It was nice to see Harry Reid basically tell Rand Paul where he could stick his amendment after this stunt: Reid vows to block vote on Paul's 'life at conception' amendment to flood bill: An exasperated Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
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