“Did you know the first person who died in Iraq was undocumented?” “He lied to get into the military. Will you admit that? Will you admit that they he lied to get into the military?”
“Now I don’t assert where he was born,” Steve King says.
Steve King, Louie Gohmert and Michele Bachmann went to Lebanon.
A key rite of passage for anyone interested in running for president. Cruz was in Iowa to speak at the GOP fundraising banquet in Des Moines.
House Speaker John Boehner disagrees.
They might tear down the barricades at the Lincoln Memorial next — and pee on the trees — to protest Washington dysfunction. “People here need to be thinking about serving their country and not their own sorry butts.”
If memory serves, WWII veterans have a bit of experience with storming a place and holding their positions.
The Iowa Congressman said Saturday on Fox News a anonymous border patrol agent said his controversial comments were maybe off by ten pounds. King also said privately many of his Republican colleagues said he was correct.
“For everyone who’s a valedictorian, there’s another 100 out there who weigh 130 pounds — and they’ve got calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert.”
The interview with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos is as awkward as you imagine it would be.
The Iowa Republican and immigration hardliner holds a six-hour “press conference” to protest the Senate’s immigration bill. “I didn’t know when we started out this morning if I might be standing here alone till 5 o’clock tonight,” he said.
Is that…an entrance or exit?
Small government conservatives and social welfare liberals abandon their hardline positions when homestate interests are on the line.
The “brazen,” “illegal alien” variety, he tweeted.
Immigration changes would be “far, far worse than Obamacare,” says King. And that’s saying something.
“There’s going to be a constituent backlash against this thing soon,” Rep. Steve King warns. Citizenship is only one of many landmines in the way of reform.
Leader of Iowa Republicans says the process that gave us Michele Bachmann may need to go. But don’t touch the caucuses.
The conservative provocateur planned a sting of SEIU in 2010 — based off information from a source of John Fund’s, with Foster Friess as a potential investor. It didn’t end up working out. (Updated below)
Welcome to the culture war? “The subject has been the economy, is the economy, and will be the economy,” says Fehrnstrom.
So these guys actually want us to vote for them?
“It feels more like he’s being incredibly naïve.”
Rep. Steve King of Iowa says he’s been carrying an acorn around in his pocket for two years because of Breitbart.
The Congressman is a fan. “I’ve read all your books!”