During an appearance on Fox & Friends Thursday morning, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed that 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney could have possibly defeated President Obama in 2012 if he "had made Benghazi a bigger issue."
As we head into an extremely important midterm election that will decide who controls the Senate, CNN's State of the Union decided that they would give an inordinate amount of airtime to the Republican Party.
If it's Sunday, that means it is time for the same old GOP fame whores to show up on our television sets and push their particular talking point while simultaneously blaming President Obama for anything and everything.
On this week's five Sunday news shows (CNN's State of the Union, ABC's This Week, NBC's Meet the Press, CBS' Face the Nation and Fox News Sunday) almost all of the guests that were brought on for interviews were white Republican males.
Michele Bachmann tried to justify yet another Benghazi investigation by saying it's what the people want, but Candy Crowley said the people want jobs.
Conservatives are outraged that Carney repeated the Candy Crowley 'lie' (also known as a fact in sane circles) that Obama referred to the Benghazi attacks as an 'act of terror.'
Instead of apologizing or listening to the complaints that the network was soft on rapists due to their Steubenville rape convictions coverage, CNN is outraged and dismissive.
Obama exposed Romney as a fraud because when his lies were stripped away, and the bully was smacked down, what was left was a sniveling little brat who has never been challenged or corrected.
Despite right wing efforts to smear and damage her, debate moderator Candy Crowley is refusing to walk back her accurate fact check of Mitt Romney's Libya comments.
After the debate, male pundits explained that women voters might have been turned off by the 'pettiness' of the candidates' fighting.
Romney had a seriously damaging Libya moment in the second debate in which he claimed that President Obama had not called the attacks in Libya a terrorist attack for 14 days.
The reaction is pouring in, and the consensus is that Mitt Romney lost the second presidential debate. There was one moment, specifically 96 seconds that lost the debate for Mitt Romney.
Candy Crowley, who is moderating the upcoming Presidential debate, called Mitt Romney out on the inconsistencies in his abortion positions today.
Not even tea party courting right wing CNN can get behind Mitt Romney's selection of Paul Ryan. CNN's Candy Crowley has labeled the choice some kind of ticket death wish.
CNN embarrassed itself today when Candy Crowley told David Plouffe that the Obama administration has not accomplished any of their goals.