Ann Romney lectured Hispanics today that they should focus on issues this time around, and warned them to 'wake up'.
Jan Brewer freaked out last night, saying that Obama was telling Arizona to drop dead, thereby demonstrating her utter failure to comprehend our system of government.
Legal and illegal residents of the U.S. send billions of dollars to their home countries every year. Dollars that benefit foreign economies
While political attention is riveted on Washington, millions of dollars are flowing into state campaign coffers in preparation for a rebirth of the Articles of Confederation where states will function as their own bosses and to hell with Washington..
Look at all the things wrong in America right now and then look at the GOP solutions since 2010. You will see they have no intention of fixing any real problems
Mitt Romney’s courting of the conservative Republican base has ended with a stealthy, morning after slide out of bed and run for the door. Don’t worry, he’ll call you.
There’s nothing like a little Right Wing silliness to make a Monday complete and this Monday does not disappoint. Sunday, Tea Partiers carrying water for the GOP’s new fear mongering Get Out the Vote tactic rallied on a private ranch owned by a hate group to show support for Arizona's Papers First Law. This is, of course, all a part of the “Obama and the Democrats don’t keep us safe” narrative, buttressed by the fear of anchor babies and general resentment of brown people which has eclipsed the Right’s fear of gay people this election season.
Sarah Palin took to her Facebook page to blast the Obama administration for dividing the country on the issue of immigration reform. Palin continued to defend the AZ law, and then added this nugget, "They can also criticize bills (and divide the country with ensuing rhetoric) without actually reading them." All the while Palin is traveling across America dividing the GOP on the immigration issue.
Leave it to small government conservatives to look towards passing an immigration bill that they can't afford, which is exactly what Republicans in state of South Carolina are trying to do. South Carolina wants to get tough on immigration but the state can't afford the bill without federal dollars, small government indeed.
Arizona swung wildly at Los Angeles after the City of Angels signed a resolution to boycott Arizona over the Papers Please law. Wounded by the perceived threat to their dwindling tourism business (due to similar boycotts around the country), Arizona punched back yesterday with a threat befitting an impotent schoolyard bully. Because, you know, instead of taking another look at the law, the thing to do is escalate the authoritarian power grab at the very root of the trouble.