As a hateful attempt to cut the nation's deficit, and avoid the dreaded fiscal cliff, the GOP is going all in to make cuts to Medicare despite the damage to the nation's elderly, and the budget.
The tragedy is that Republicans are more than willing to see America suffer a deep recession than they are to abandon their ideology of upward wealth redistribution to the wealthy.
The GOP bears most of the blame for the economic woes over the past 12 years whether it was unfunded tax cuts, two wars, blocking job creation, credit downgrade, sequestration, and the fiscal cliff.
Republicans remain under the illusion that if they just use the right combination of words for a proposal that has been rejected repeatedly, somehow we'll fall for it.
In an hour long Twitter chat, President Obama took questions from a few Republicans and explained to their why their approach to the fiscal cliff won't work.
Budget negotiation drama is getting more intense as the fiscal cliff or 'austerity bomb' approaches. The stakes for the poor couldn't be higher
After Social Security was officially taken off the table today, Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded Obama and said, 'The wealthy and large corporations must play a significant role in reducing the deficit.'
The GOP's insane obsession with obstructing the President is a danger to economic recovery and 98% of the population.
The Democratic position of strength is bringing out some serious crazy on the right, as Rush Limbaugh is claiming that Obama is using fiscal cliff as a tool to achieve his goal of wiping out the GOP.
After the White House took Social Security off the fiscal cliff negotiating table, Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded the move and called it a step in the right direction.
The latest joke from Republicans was offered up by Eric Cantor who called for Obama to put Obamacare on the table for elimination in order for Republicans to compromise on revenue increases.
The political consensus may be shifting on raising taxes on the wealthy, but many Republicans keep sticking to these falsehoods in order to oppose a tax hike for the rich.
Both Democratic leaders in the Senate have Obama's back on the fiscal cliff. Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are emphatic about the wealthy paying more taxes, and no cuts being made to Social Security.
While meeting in front of the press to discuss the fiscal cliff Speaker John Boeher looked like he hated the world, but he lit up when President Obama mentioned his upcoming birthday.
There are different types of denial, and after President Obama won re-election last week, Republicans expressed minimization and simple denial over raising taxes on the rich.
Showing that he learned absolutely nothing from getting his ass kicked on Election Day, Paul Ryan returned to the House to whine about Obama's leadership and boss around the president.
With fiscal cliff in sight, Republicans will not accept anything less than austerity measures that guarantee to kill 2 million jobs in 2013.