Browsing All posts tagged under »Grover Norquist«

The edge of the fiscal cliff; with nowhere to go but up

December 18, 2012


It fascinates me to watch (often reluctantly) the endless parroting of Republican sound bites, talking points and blanket statements about the “dangers” of the fiscal cliff. One should not that the same partisan pundits who are bashing the President for having a bad plan are the same malcontents who spent the last year dutifully passing […]

From the Verbatim-o-Tron 9000: Republicans and their words

June 18, 2012


Here are today’s offerings of word-for-word, in-context live quotes from Republicans around the country, brought to you by A Critical Aye’s Verbatim-o-Tron 9000 … Indiana GOP Senate candidate Richard Mourdock: “Employers should not have to cover cancer in their insurance plans if they don’t want to. Why should my taxes go to someone who was […]

‘Super Congress’ members have already received $64.5 million in corporate donations

August 19, 2011


By now, you’ve at least heard of that “Super Congress” they just created in Washington that’s supposed to “cut through all the bureaucracy and partisan politics to devise a clear and effective path toward America’s financial management.” Should it come as any surprise whatsoever that all 12 appointed members appointed to the Joint Select Committee […]