It's been their strategy since day one. God forbid the 'unpleasantness' of it all sully those poor, poor 'reporters' fragile little minds.
The Washington Monthly:
"It's unpleasant to think about, and I really hope it's not true, but it may be time for a discussion about whether GOP lawmakers are trying to deliberately sabotage the economy to help their midterm election strategy. After all, these same Republicans have supported deficit-financed tax-extenders before -- there's no credible reason to change course now. On the contrary, with the economy struggling to break through, the need for this package is more obvious, not less, if your goal is to actually improve economic conditions."
Gulf Coast Governors Leaving National Guard Idle - CBS Evening News - CBS News
Kenneth Jindal has 6000 NG at his disposal and has activated only 1500 all the while bitching that the Feds, who, as a Republican, he believes should not interfere in any-damn-thing, haven't supplied him with any resources.
Pattern of sabotage. High crimes, indeed.
And nobody gives a damn.
What Ed says:
Daily Kos: Ed Schultz: "If you love America, quit voting like you hate Americans"
Seriously. Imagine the hyperventilation going on at FAUX News.
Just imagine it for a minute.
Courtland Milloy - Tolerance of white militias exemplifies racial double standard:
"Imagine that the inauguration of President George W. Bush had sparked an explosive rise in African American militia groups. Suppose thousands of heavily armed black men began gathering at training camps in wooded areas throughout the country, devising military tactics for 'taking back their country' after what they believed was an electoral coup.
Do you think Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney would have reacted to a black militaristic buildup as coolly as President Obama has to the phenomenal growth of white militias?"
Seriously, WTF! Makes me want to go down their and cross every one of BP's fake barriers and when I'm accosted, tell each and everyone to fuck off.
Louisiana Police Pull Over Activist at Behest of BP | Mother Jones
I sure wish we'd passed health care instead of a health insurance bail-out.
U.S. scores dead last again in healthcare study | Reuters:
"(Reuters) - Americans spend twice as much as residents of other developed countries on healthcare, but get lower quality, less efficiency and have the least equitable system, according to a report released on Wednesday."
Very good explanation of the CLEAR Act:
Inspired. Lera Lynn (drool) on vocals. Song by Jeff Soileau, video by Evan Soileau.