I for one can’t watch the Repugnant Debates. I have to depend on others to give me the details textually so I can skip and skim. Newtie, as usual, slung
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Well, the good people of South Carolina have hung a flapping, hysterical albatross around the the Republican Party and the country at large, even if Newt Gingrich bombs with the
Matt Bai in last Sunday’s New York Times Magazine set the scene for the upcoming South Carolina Republican primaries:
The Tea Party’s Not-So-Civil war
“I don’t know a single Tea Party person,”
The mighty reformer Rick Santorum turns out to have greatly enjoyed the cozy earmarks for donations trade during his time in the Senate.
A review of some of his earmarks, viewed
For any who are intrigued by Ron Paul’s anti-war stance in Iraq and Afghanistan, his let ‘em alone ideas on drugs, his bucolic views on the paradise being prevented by
In the end, Herman Cain left the presidential race as he entered it—more a sideshow than a contender.
And he wrapped up his never quite believable run in characteristically bizarre fashion.
The bizarre™(NG) Newt Gingrich is making appearances in various media forums these days. A front page piece in the New York Times today points out that his “approach to history
Just a reminder now that the “bizarre” Newt seems to be crawling up the backsides of the “corrupt” Rick Perry and the “disgraceful” rest in their quest to pour concrete
The signs of intelligent life in the Republican universe are not overwhelming. At the recent debate several proudly stood up for torture, one would neither stand up nor condemn. Two
From Robert Reich — whose blog is always worth checking into:
The so-called flat tax is all the rage among Republican presidential hopefuls. Herman Cain was the first. Now, Rick Perry
In general I don’t think it’s worth spending too much time on the crew of cretins running for the GOP nomination. Sometimes you just gotta have a laugh, though. These
Krugman takes on the profound cruelty at the heart of the GOP dream
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asked Representative Ron Paul what we should do if a 30-year-old man who chose not