On CNN's State Of The Union, Rep. Darrell Issa's IRS scandal disintegrated on national television when he couldn't name a single piece of evidence that proved that IRS singled out and targeted conservative groups.
After having to listen to Candy Crowley and Rick Santorum question President Obama's competence, Howard Dean went off and called the whole thing right wing talking point nonsense.
Sen. John Barrasso showed why Republicans are setting themselves up for failure by admitting to millions that they plan to take away their health insurance by not fixing or replacing the ACA.
On CNN State of the Union, Sen. Rand Paul made a fool of himself by repeating the same blame Obama talking points that he admitted on video were his strategy for winning the shutdown.
Despite the fact that polls show disapproval of the Republican Party might lose the House, Ted Cruz went on CNN to claim that GOP is really winning the government shutdown.
The news that there seems to be someone gunning down prosecutors in Kaufman County, Texas didn't sway Sen. Lindsey Graham off of his there should be no new federal gun legislation stance.
Despite the fact that President Obama has spoken of compromise throughout his presidency, CNN attacked the president for not compromising with Republicans.
Only in the bizarro world of the mainstream media will you find CNN and NBC ignoring Mitt Romney's endless negativity and complaining about the Obama campaign being negative.
In two different interviews that aired today, Bill Cosby called out Obama haters, their motivations, and labeled their behavior as un-American
Republicans like Mitch McConnell are pushing the idea that if America lowers taxes on the wealthy and corporations, the price of gas will fall.
It is getting ugly out there in Republican land as Rick Santorum claimed on CNN that Mitt Romney has become so desperate that he rigged the CPAC straw poll.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was discussing the latest conflict between North and South Korea on CNN's State of the Union today, when he returned to the neo-con siren song of regime change, "I think it's time we -- yes. I think it's time we talked about regime change in North Korea, and I do not mean military action." Of course, McCain really means military action. How else could the most isolated regime in the world be removed?
Howard Dean was on CNN's State Of The Union today where he diagnosed the problem with administration of Barack Obama. Dean claimed that while America likes Obama, "I think that the people around the president have really misjudged what goes on elsewhere in the country, other than Washington, D.C."
On CNN's State of the Union today, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) labeled the oil spill in the Gulf Barack Obama's fault due to incompetence. McConnell said, "This is mainly a failure of the administration... my point is, you can't legislate competence." McConnell supported his point with claims that were flat out untrue.