Rush Limbaugh Finally Loses It As He Attacks the Ghost of Ted Kennedy

On his radio show today, Rush Limbaugh kept it classy by going on the attack against the decreased Ted Kennedy. Limbaugh took offense at Karl Rove saying that he was impressed with Kennedy, and showed his displeasure by saying, "You and I look at Ted Kennedy. He's a buffoon, a dangerous buffoon." Rush must have been having some sort of drug induced flashback, because he kept speaking about Kennedy in the present tense.

More Righty on Righty Violence as Michelle Malkin Rips Glenn Beck

Michelle Malkin Rips Glenn Beck on His Own Show for Featuring Eric Massa

Glenn Beck hosted Michelle Malkin on his radio show today, presumably to discuss Eric Massa's appearance today on Beck's Fox News show, but he and Malkin got into a huge argument over why Beck is promoting and giving air time to Massa. Malkin asked Beck, "How much oxygen do you really want to give a guy who is trying to save his job?" Beck then questioned whether or not he and Malkin were on the same side.

For the Right Price Sarah Palin Will Support Socialized Medicine

While Sarah Palin was off in Calgary delivering a speech for, presumably American dollars, she told the story about how as a youngster her family used to grow across the border to Canada for some of that socialized medical care. She didn't bash the Canadian medical system. She played to the audience with her Canadian connection, proving once again that her political positions are malleable depending on who is signing the check.

Obama: U.S. Combat Troops Out of Iraq by the End of August

Obama: U.S. Combat Troops Out of Iraq by the End of August

In his remarks today about the successful completion of Iraq's second ever national election, President Barack Obama said that there are now less than 100,000 troops in Iraq and he assured the Iraqi people that the United States will fulfill their obligation and have U.S. combat troops out of Iraq by the end of August. Obama said, "By the end of August, our combat mission will end."

Sarah Palin Invokes God To Explain Her Stupidity

Sarah Palin continues to try to explain away why she had to write her answers to the questions at last month's Tea Party gathering in Nashville. Palin's latest attempt occurred at a right to life fundraiser in Ohio last night. She said, "If what was good enough for God, scribbling on the palm of his hand, it's good enough for me, for us." Palin has now been reduced to invoking God to explain away her ineptitude.

Mitt Romney Blames Obama for 9/11 Truthers

Mitt Romney continued his 2012 presidential campaign launch disguised as book tour today on Fox News Sunday, where he claimed that Obama's positions are lending support to international 9/11 truthers like Ahmadinejad. Romney said, "These sorts of voices should not receive any kind of support from the words of the President of United States." Romney conveniently forgot that the truthers have been around since the days of George W. Bush.

The Founding Fathers Did Not Wear Tinfoil Hats

Tea Partiers present themselves as average, everyday Americans who have been pushed too far. From their perspective, they are us. They are America. But they are no America I know or am familiar with. Their America seems to be a phobic, paranoid little place rife with conspiracies intent on overthrowing “real” America. They claim to represent the ideas of the Founding Fathers, but the Founding Fathers did not wear tin foil hats.

Right Wing Smears Harry Reid with Edited Video

After the right wing took a beating this week due to Jim Bunning one man filibuster of jobless benefits, they counter attacked by doing what they do best. They spread a heavily edited seven second video of Harry Reid that makes it seem like he is calling the loss of 36,000 more jobs good news, but they leave out the fact that the good news Reid was referring to is that job losses were less than expected.

Bill O’Reilly Compares Obama and Heathcare to George W. Bush and Iraq

On his FNC program The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly engaged in full blown fear mongering tonight as he compared President Obama's attempts to pass healthcare reform with George W. Bush's belief that Saddam Hussein was a threat to the United States. Only in the fractured realm of Fox News could a healthcare bill be equated with an unjust war that has killed thousands of people.

Sarah Palin Returns with a New Book Scam

Sarah Palin's publisher HarperCollins announced today that Fox News contributor, and unabashed media whore, Sarah Palin will be writing a second book. The follow up to her best seller Going Rogue will focus on, "a celebration of American virtues and strengths." The book doesn't have a title yet, so may I suggest Going Rogue 2: The Quest for Cash?

Compassionate Conservatives: 8 GOP Senators Blow Off The Unemployed In Their Own States

After Sen. Jim Bunning gave up his filibuster, the Senate quickly passed an extension of jobless benefits 78-19. All 19 of the no votes were from Republicans, and of those eight of them came from states that face higher than the national average unemployment rates and seven of these senators come from the South. This is the kind of ideologically driven vote that could come back to haunt Republicans in November.

Rachel Maddow and Orrin Hatch Continue Their Feud on Twitter

Rachel Maddow Orrin Hatch Lies About Healthcare

Last night on her MSNBC program, Rachel Maddow went after the Senate Republicans' hypocrisy and lies against healthcare reform, but she specifically targeted Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT). Maddow characterized Hatch's recent op-ed in The Washington Post as containing, "blatant, outright, laugh out loud falsehoods."Hatch responded by Twittering to complain about how Maddow ran him down and he called it a badge of honor.

5 Reasons Why Ronald Reagan Should Never Be on the $50 Bill

For years Republicans have been trying to get former president Ronald Reagan's face on United States currency. The latest effort is being spearheaded by Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC), who has proposed legislation that would replace Grant with Reagan on the $50 bill, but here are five reasons why Ronald Reagan should never be on the fifty or any other United States currency.

GOP Sen. Jim Bunning Literally Flips off The Unemployed

ABC News reporter Jonathon Karl tried to get Sen. Jim Bunning (R-KY) to answer questions about his one man filibuster an extension of unemployment benefits. Bunning told Karl he was not talking to anyone and on his way to elevator, before the cameras arrived, gave ABC the finger. Bunning may have thought that he was only flipping off Karl, but he is really flipping off every unemployed person in America.