Former Bush aide Andy Card wants the viewers of Morning Joe to believe that in hindsight, his former boss wouldn't have invaded Iraq.
MSNBC, Morning Joe, May 20, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/05/former-bush-chief-staff-pretends-w-wouldnt
After the last week or two of being ready to break my television set after hearing one too many of these talking heads on the television compare the botched rollout of the healthcare.gov web site to Hurricane Katrian, it was nice to see them get the treatment they deserved during the opening to this Monday's The Daily Show.
Following today's niceties by his fellow former presidents and President Obama, who of course felt compelled to try to come up with something polite to say about George W. Bush at the opening of his library, Chris Hayes reminded his audience that, luckily, he and his staff are under "no obligation to be nice for the sake of being nice" to Bush.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Sunday suggested that President Barack Obama was "disengaged" and personally responsible for some of the deaths caused by a terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi on Sept. 11 of last year, but seemingly
I tell you what, coming from a man that was part of a White House and from a party that seems to care about nothing else but playing politics, this is pretty rich. But that appears to be the line of attack the Republicans are going to use to defend
From Countdown: A new internal government report reveals that President George W. Bush played a direct role in instructing Alberto Gonzales and Andre
Hypocrisy is nothing new when it comes to the Bush crew, but Andrew Card's recent statements just really pissed me off. Here's Card on Wednesday nigh
[media id=7276] You Tube Tonight's: Corporate Socialism-Gate, Poetic Justice Department-Gate and The People's House-Gate.
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