And why shouldn't he? It's despicable.
Jeb Bush has some pretty hinky ethical issues with this stance, particularly when viewed through the lens of what he did to Terri Schiavo.
Jeb Bush took his turn pandering to Ralph Reed's crowd this Friday and bragged about one of the more shameful things he did as governor of Florida.
Faith & Freedom Coalition Conference, June 19, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/06/jeb-bush-brags-about-interfering-schiavo
Apparently being a liar and a tyrant is fine if it wins a few votes.
Republicans have found a replacement for President Obama's "Ebola czar" -- former Senator and Terri Schiavo "expert" Bill Frist.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough was given a pass on this Tuesday's The Daily Show, where he pretended he's got nothing to do with his party's history of right-wing extremism.
The House results on Election Day 2012 were the only bad things that happened in what was otherwise obviously a pretty great day for Democrats and progressives. The biggest question for 2014 is whether we can find a way of turning that result around. Part of the answer, of course, is dependent on how the economy is doing. If the pessimists are right and things are not looking good, we will lose seats not gain them. But even if the economy is okay, do we have a chance at being the House majority after the 2014 elections?
During Monday night's Florida NBC GOP primary debate, presidential candidate Rick Santorum was asked by the Tampa Bay Times Adam Smith about his call for Congressional intervention in the case of Terri Schiavo, who as our readers here know was the
Republicans have a wide variety of conservative white males vying to be their nominee. No really. Bear with me: They have former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich summing up the worst of the ‘90s GOP. Not only did he shut down the government
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