I recently assessed the governor's race and the statewide races, all squarely in the Republican column unless all that voter fraud we've heard so much about comes rising to the fore. I'd like to limit my next observations to the seven races for the Congressional House Seats.
Speaker John Boehner feels entitled to not only be a complete failure as a legislator,but work fewer days while failing. For this he expects to be paid the same salary. But the unemployed are lazy and enjoy starving, in his opinion. What else can he possibly say, though, given the fact that he has to justify policies that require the death of compassion and the murder of empathy.
During Friday's broadcast of MSNBC's The Daily Rundown, Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK), the Deputy Majority Whip in the House, spoke with host Chuck Todd regarding President Obama's comments during a Thursday press conference where he said that there isn't a strategy yet when it comes to bombing ISIS in Syria.
Every day the headlines contain a few stories about gun related deaths.
Corporate profit margins are getting ever fatter and just officially hit a new high. They have done this on the backs of workers, from whom they have squeezed more and more productivity in order to cut costs.
In other words, while there is a bounty of evidence to prove that Boehner's actions were malicious in the name of making the President look bad and out of general contempt for Americans who are not part of the 1%, because of who he is, the law protects him legal accountability.
Another consequence of Darrell Issa's IRS witch hunt? The inability of the IRS to monitor church politicking despite a recent agreement to do just that.
On Thursday afternoon, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) appeared on MSNBC's NOW with Alex Wagner to discuss the recent decision by Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) to pull the Republicans' own border crisis bill from the floor.
The Republican Party is again self destructing in front of the entire country as John Boehner is refusing to let House Republicans go on vacation until after they pass the border bill.
During Thursday's broadcast of Morning Joe, MSNBC contributor Ari Melber explained that the House Republicans' lawsuit against President Obama has very little merit and is really just a law administration case, which is as boring as it gets.
"Well, they said some things about jail and a word that rhymes with witch sometimes to me."
House Republicans embarrassed the entire country today by voting to sue President Obama. The good news is that five House Republicans joined Democrats in voting against the resolution.
"Words fail me in describing the petulance of the Republican lawsuit against the President. This toddler is more adult than some of my colleagues.
Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC) insisted that Boehner should stop the "theater", calling his lawsuit a "show", and instead he should just impeach.
During a discussion on Monday's broadcast of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough and NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd both lamented over recent comments from the #3 Republican in the House.
On Thursday, during a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Rep. Curt Clawson (R-FL) spoke to two senior officials from the State and Commerce Departments as if they were government representatives from India.
A House Republican hearing on the harmful impact of Obamacare on Medicare Advantage completely backfired when the expert witnesses that Republicans invited disagreed with them.
Republicans on the House Rules Committee behaved like common criminals as they advanced the lawsuit against President Obama while voting down every amendment related to disclosing the cost of the lawsuit.
Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) opened his presser asking "Where are the jobs?" as if he expected an alternate Speaker John Boehner to appear and explain himself. No such apparition did appear.
Rep. Darrell Issa is getting desperate. Today, he sent a letter to the White House offering to give administration adviser David Simas a second chance to testify after the Obama administration told the California Republican that Simas has executive branch immunity.