NBC, Meet the Press, April 19, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/04/kathleen-parker-clinton-has-let-inner
Kathleen Parker with the quote of the day on George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq.
NBC, Meet the Press, Feb. 15, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/02/qotd-kathleen-parker-bush-invading-iraq
I'm a couple of days late to this Kathleen Parker column, which -- preposterously -- portrays Sarah Palin as more sinned against than sinning...
Meet the Press roundtable on the McCutcheon vs. FEC ruling by the Supreme Court.
From this Wednesday's Morning Joe, MSNBC's Thomas Roberts got one of their regulars, Nicole Wallace pretty flustered when he gave her some push back against the piling on we've seen against Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis and her recent filibuster and reminded her that Republican men have got some real issues when it comes to women's reproductive rights.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) on Monday admitted that he voted against the farm bill, but insisted that Democrats were to blame for the bill's surprise failure.
Republicans have done a whole lot of things to damage their "brand" and still haven't figured out what to do to quit being the "stupid party" after their losses in the last election, but note to Kathleen Parker -- refusing to raise taxes in order to lower the budget deficit is not one of them. The majority of their own constituents don't agree with them on this issue, but that didn't stop Parker from pretending it would damage them on this Sunday's Meet the Press:
Here we go again. Earlier in the week we had Joe Klein repeating this nonsense. Now it was Chuck Todd filling in for Chris Matthews on his weekend show, making the claim that the Obama campaign is somehow “Swiftboating” Mitt Romney. TODD:
Andrew Sullivan Thinks Americans Should Just Suck It Up When It Comes To Globalization And Get Used To Being Poor
This has to be one of the more pitiful displays in a while that I've witnessed, with Andrew Sullivan on Chris Matthews' weekend show doing his best to give cover to the Republican establishment which has had no care for doing anything about a race