“Right on Crime” arrives. “What are all those things that look like tanks doing?”
Beck said this was “just the beginning” and that he plans to do more segments on Norquist. “He is the guy responsible for a lot of the Muslim Brotherhood stuff that goes on in the White House, isn’t he?” Beck asked.
It’s not every day you see a Democrat and Grover Norquist saying nice things about each other.
“Rubio’s Folly” includes Sens. Chuck Schumer and John McCain — but the famous anti-tax conservative gets edited out of the photo. Updated with a statement from the editor.
Influential conservative leader Jim DeMint bluntly warns, “I’m not going to be an apologist for the Republican Party.”
Another year, another attack on Suhail Khan
After 2012, Democrats are now arguing tax increases can win them votes. “Reaganomics is effectively dead. We’re dealing with Obamanomics now,” says Stanford.
A new wedge between old-school Republicans and Paul-style hybrids. “Those people who think their fingerprints will not be found on the murder weapon will find out that they’re wrong,” Norquist warns.
Normal operating procedure, Boehner’s and Cantor’s offices say. But conservative groups aren’t happy.
The creepiest painting you’ll see today.
Senior White House advisor David Plouffe warns Republicans and Democrats alike must take political hits in order for deal to be had.
Don’t believe the hype about mass defections from the no-new-taxes pledge. “I am officially not worried.”
Sorry, Grover. And Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin says Democrats need to put everything on the table (except for raising the Medicare eligibility age.) On ABC’s This Week, more hints at a path for fiscal cliff compromise.
Romney will “work with a democratic Palestine and our ally Israel,” says Hawatmeh.” Obama “would be pilloried” for a similar move, complains Democrat Harris.
Grover Norquist throws punches at “whiny Democrats” and social conservative “bigotry.” “You’re the smartest man in Washington,” one fan gushes.
Republican-on-Republican attacks over taxes.
In an unprecedented move, the American Conservative Union resolved to defend two conservatives, Grover Norquist and Suhail Khan, against charges of extremism leveled by former Reagain aide Frank Gaffney. ThinkProgress (of all places!) has the scoop and the background.