Response to Obama Shows Weakness, Again:
Smith Shows Hackishness, Again
The term at Politico repeats itself.
Response to Republicans Look To Break Their Fox Addiction:
I wish this was actually true, but unfortunately news programs are perfectly happy to air GOP candidate soundbite clips from those candidates’ Fox interviews when that’s the only video they have to work with.
Bowles responds: “the approach outlined [by Boehner’s letter]… does not represent the Simpson-Bowles plan, nor is it the Bowles plan.” Boehner Fail.
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A lot of reporters seem to be missingahuge difference in these comparisons. Harry Reid is proposing making rules changes at the start of session, which has always requiredasimple majority. The GOP in 2005 would have done it mid-session, replacing Senate parliamentarians until they would getaruling that allowed it (just as they did to get their taxcuts through reconciliation).
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Response to Obama: “Susan Rice Is Extraordinary”:
Oh FFS. If Republican cranks throwing senseless tantrums is the mark ofanominee being “beleaguered,” then the word has truly lost all meaning in our current political environment, as any potential Obama pick would receive the same treatment. Was Sonia Sotomayor “beleaguered” when the entire GOP couldn’t stop crying, for months, about the manufactured “wise Latina” BS controversy?