He had a warning for some Republicans too.
He was a little fired up!
A once-unruly House GOP folded quickly
Specifically calling out Republicans
The House floor devolved into chaos and shouting on Thursday as a measure to create protections for members of the LGBT community narrowly failed to pass. Via The Hill
In which our host knocks down some of the myths surrounding Republicans and presents instead the Revolting Truth that they are smarter, kinder, more compassionate and more liberal than their Democrat counterparts.
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Bill does have a little sympathy for the DC Republicans even though they irritate him more than gravel in his oatmeal.
John Boehner symbolizes everything that is wrong with the GOP. Time to replace him with a trustworthy young man.
PolitiChick Ann-Marie Murrell talks to David Horowitz about the trend in DC to ignore the threat of Islam, the education system that has been “taken over by the Communist Left” and the stunningly lack of help by the Obama administration in Benghazi. via PolitiChicks.tv
Shepard Smith put the pressure on Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) to explain his seeming disdain for Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) Wednesday filibuster regarding the executive branch’s authority to use targeted assassinations against American citizens on U.S. soil. At one point during the interview, McCain became offended at Smith’s suggestion that he is an “interventionist” when…
Pres. Barack Obama asks reporters for help solving the countries problems during his news conference on the Sequester while simultaneously blaming the Republicans.
Wil Bill says The Republicans have lost a lot of friends with their foolish election antics. Do you agree?
Judge Napolitano didn’t mince words this morning as he reacted to the vote on Fox and Friends, saying that Republicans “caved” last night, an action that is “churning the acid in the stomach for a lot of us this morning who believe Republicans were elected to shrink government, reduce spending, stop borrowing and lower taxes.”
SAM DONALDSON: The minorities re-elected president Obama, but I’m going with Katty. It’s the Tea Party and thinking of the Tea Party and people like that that are driving the Republicans out of contention as a national party. You cannot win nationally if you don’t know something about the way the country’s changed, and the…
Lee Doren proposes a tongue-in-cheek solution for the so-called ‘fiscal cliff.’