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So, Republicans … tell us how you really feel about Ted Cruz

April 28, 2016

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It's his personal flaws, character failures, immaturity and despicable behavior that make people genuinely dislike - and even hate - Ted Cruz.

The Walking Brain-Dead

October 20, 2014

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Pictures truly are worth thousands of words …

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

December 18, 2012

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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 […]

Ryan on Akin: ‘Unfortunate’ but not ‘wrong’

August 20, 2012

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So with all this media fury over Rep. Todd Akin’s despicable and shamefully ignorant explanation of “legitimate rape,” why isn’t anyone going after Paul Ryan for the exact same thing? Ryan co-sponsored the “let’s redefine rape” bill with Akin. It was called the “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act,” H.R.3 in the very first session […]

Republicans block bills that would return jobs to U.S., call efforts ‘silly’

August 4, 2012

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  GOP’s McConnell calls ‘Bring Jobs Home Act’ a ‘silly waste of time’ In the U.S. Senate on July 19th, the “Bring Jobs Home Act” was stopped by the Republicans using the filibuster on a cloture vote preventing the legislation from advancing to the Senate floor for debate and an up or down vote. The […]

GOP spending hypocrisy revealed; teabaggers among worst offenders

November 7, 2011

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For a group of people who paraded around in ridiculous costumes, making outlandish claims and swearing before god (and then, country) that they – personally – were going to put an end to reckless pork-barrel spending in Washington, there sure are a lot of teabaggers with deer-in-the-headlights glaze over their eyes as the 2011 Congressional […]

GOP infrastructure funding proposal is off by 5,505 percent

September 10, 2011

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One of the Republican Party’s proposals for how to create infrastructure jobs without spending a dime has a gigantic pothole right in the middle of it. The proposal, which has been advanced by top GOP leadership, involves eliminating a law that requires states to set aside 10 percent of the federal transportation funding they receive […]