First, the fact that he couldn't take losing to Ned Lamont in the Democratic Primary for his Senate seat in his last election (2006), so HE started HIS OWN PARTY, Connecticut for Lieberman then he campaigned for John McCain, and now his criticism has helped derail the public option, because at the end of the day it is all about Joe Lieberman.
On Fox and Friends this morning Steve Doocy and Gretchen Carlson, along with guest Michele Malkin freaked out because the White House served acorn shaped cookies at their holiday party. Malkin said, "This is either a very tasteless joke or just completely tone deaf." Somehow the cookies apparently contain a political message.
Jon Stewart ripped into Fox News for posting a graphic in response to the hacked emails of climate change scientists about their use of statistics in support of global warming. Stewart seized on the idea that Fox News and Friends co-host Gretchen Carlson might not be as stupid as she seems on the air.
Evil President Obama is taking on the stinking cesspool of the Bush Department of Justice by shining some light on the problem in the form of the President’s Initiative on Transparency and Open Government. While this initiative applies to all branches of the Obama administration, its impact on the DoJ should be a huge relief to Americans.
If it is the holiday season it is time for Fox News' Bill O'Reilly to revive his charge that secular progressives have declared war on Christmas, but interestingly while hyping Dick Morris' book, O'Reilly declared that it would make a great, "Christmas/holiday/ Hanukkah book." Has Bill-O abandoned the war on Christmas?
On his radio show today Rush Limbaugh continued to talk about Tiger Woods, only this time he painted Woods as the victim of liberal media bias, "The media is digging deep to find out everything they-- imagine if the media had acted this way with Bill Clinton and John Edwards back in their day."
Our media, and specifically Washington Post most recently, allows the puppet masters -- entrenched Republican powerhouses like Malek and Cheney -- behind Sarah Palin to use an op-ed to perpetrate scientifically proven lies and fears (in addition to pretending she wrote it), in a blatant attempt to politicize science. Palin wags the dog and the dogs roll over to assist.
Paul Landskroener, the clerk of the Twin Cities Friends Meeting (St. Paul and Minneapolis, MN) announced on Monday on Minnesota Public Radio's All Things Considered that the group will stop signing marriage certificates for opposite sex couple until same sex marriage is legalized in Minnesota.
On his radio show today Rush Limbaugh was explaining to his listeners how black people have a terrible frame of mind because President Obama has abandoned them when he added, "I'm sure Tiger Woods' choice of females not helping them out with their attitudes either."
Tonight on the Best Persons segment of MSNBC program Countdown host Keith Olbermann took a little time to compliment the American people for not buying tickets to Glenn Beck's half live half movie performance of his book The Christmas Sweater. Olbermann pointed out that only 64 people combined bought tickets in New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C.
George Stephanopoulos is, without a doubt talented and knowledgeable enough to handle the task of moving to ABC's Good Morning America. The question is: What happens to one of the most popular and informing Sunday Morning political talk shows? This Week has reinvented itself since the days of David Brinkley, but it could be facing new challenges without its current host.
While ranting about possible new EPA regulations to reduce corporate CO2 emissions on his radio show today, Glenn Beck proclaimed that the devil is in the Obama administration. Beck said, "The devil is in the administration. In fact, I believe that he holds several titles and several offices."
The Republican Party and its Right Wing Nuts continue to bombard the American people with lies and misleading information on everything from healthcare reform to the economy to jobs. They have managed to win the "message" war by convincing mainstream Americans that they have everything to fear from the Obama administration.
This morning FNC's Fox and Friends used video of The Daily Show host Jon Stewart to imply that the Climategate emails have turned Stewart into a climate change denier. The problem is that they only showed the dig at Al Gore and left out the rest of the segment in which Stewart says that the emails aren't very sensational.
The Palinapooloza Book Tour jumped the shark today, when an internal memo of her demands for her book-signing appearance at the Mall of America was been released to the AP by accident. We are told we must address her by “Governor”, in English only, and that no foreign press will be allowed to question the Queen.
Tonight, Chris Matthews opened up his MSNBC program Hardball with an apology for his comment that Obama went into the enemy camp when he spoke at West Point last night. Matthews said, "I used the wrong words and worse than that, I said something that was just not right, for that I deeply apologize."
On his radio show, Rush Limbaugh warped Chris Matthews' statement that Obama went to the enemy camp last night, by proclaiming that West Point is not the enemy camp, but that MSNBC and the White House are the real enemies of America. Apparently, Chris Matthews now speaks for the entire Left.
On his radio show today Glenn Beck brought back his Nazi fetish this time while talking about Obama's decision to send more troops to Afghanistan. Beck said, "If we would have said, we are going to go into Normandy, then we are going train those French, Hitler would have laughed."
Whether you love him or hate him, MSNBC's Chris Matthews has a habit of planting his foot firmly in his mouth, which he did again tonight during MSNBC's coverage of President Obama's speech on Afghanistan when he claimed that by giving a speech at West Point, Obama had ventured into an enemy camp.
During his speech tonight announcing that 30,000 more troops will be sent to Afghanistan, President Barack Obama took aim at a popular criticism from the Left that Afghanistan is another Vietnam. Obama said, "I believe this argument depends upon a false reading of history."