Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Cartoon perfectly sums up the current GOP strategy.

The Republicans keep hoping that if they repeat a lie often enough people will come to accept it as truth.

However somehow I think that THIS time the American people are paying attention and the BS is not impressing them one little bit.


  1. Anonymous5:31 AM

    ‘People Throw Rocks at Things That Shine’

    Barack Obama must be the brightest start in the Universe...

  2. Anonymous5:47 AM

    Here's What You Can Buy At The Biggest Gun Show In The Southeast

  3. Anonymous5:52 AM

    Krystal Ball Tells The Truth On Obamacare (VIDEO)

    MSNBC Krystal Ball’s closing essay on The Cycle today was epic. It was on point. It was a message that journalists should have made clear to the American citizenry long time ago. Unlike what MSNBC’s Chuck Todd said, that is the job of journalists. Journalists are responsible for telling the truth. Journalists must not allow their craft and the nation’s airwaves to be polluted with lies. Chuck Todd, David Gregory, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Fox News, and their ilk have damaged the process by allowing Americans to have been lied to and distracted by misinformation that in many, has metastasized as truth.

    Krystal Ball hit the home run of truth one more time. This is a woman who never shies away from controversy. I actually met and spoke to her at the Netroots Nation 2011 convention where it was obvious b– both from her poise and the reaction she got to her speeches — that she was not just another talking head.

    Ball hammered several points about the Republican kamikaze mission void of any redeemable values. She stated the truth that Conservatives’ alternative to Hillarycare’s liberal healthcare proposal was one by Wharton Business School professor Marl V. Pauly. That proposal was subsequently adopted by Conservative/Republican Think Tank Heritage Foundation. His proposal required individuals to purchase private insurance called an individual mandate. It was within a bill cosponsored by 22 GOP Senators. It is the same bill that was adopted by Mitt Romney (Romneycare) and it was adopted by President Obama who went against his initial support of Single Payer in order to appease Republicans.

    Ball later excoriated Republicans...


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