Ted Cruz thinks it's a great idea, and he seems to be the one pushing this nonsense, telling Politico a couple of days ago: "One strong option would be former Sen. Joe Lieberman, a member of the President’s own party with deep experience and unshakable commitment to the security of the United States. I urge the President to give him full and fair consideration for this critical position."
Useless pundits opine. Republicans are very, very angry and Obama has a lot of nerve asking them to consider an Attorney General and Secretary of Defense at the same time.
To McCain, the enemy is not overseas. Obama is the enemy.
MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell Reports, Nov. 24, 2014. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/11/how-dare-obama-force-republicans-confirm
MSNBC's Ari Melber let former VP Dick Cheney and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal know what he thought of their hypocritical remarks about veterans, food stamps and the minimum wage in an open letter this Saturday.
It's been a week and Bill-O is still hammering away, trying to get Chuck Hagel fired because Republicans shut down the government.
Bill-O and friends refuse to hold Republicans accountable for military families receiving their death benefits.
Mary Matalin, a Republican strategist and former advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney, on Sunday dismissed newly-appointed National Security Advisor Susan Rice as President Barack Obama's "presidential pet."
The top Republican and Democrat on the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs are demanding more information from defense Secretary Chuck Hagel about lost Army field records from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Praise be to Judge Antonin Scalia, for he sees what the rest of us do not. The man for whom nasty, brutish and short is not simply a political formulation, but a mirror image, can look at hundreds of years of slavery, 100 more of legalised segregation and another 50 of daily discrimination and see "racial entitlement" in the basic right to vote in America. I guess it's kind of like the right-wing-clown entitlement enjoyed by our current Supreme Court.
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