Mitt Romney is not a leader, even conservatives have called his foreign policy positions ridiculous and accused him of merely mimicking others'.
Dick Cheney is desperately trying to distract from the new NYT evidence against Bush ignoring 9/11 intel by falsely accusing President Obama of ignoring intel, because Obama prefers to read his own intel.
While Americans reflect on the events of 9/11, they should remember that as catastrophic as the attacks were, it was subsequent events that really changed this country for the worse.
John Kerry exposed the Romney-Ryan foreign policy as the neocon shell game that it is, contrasting it with the steady hand of Barack Obama
Republicans made their convention a festival of lies, but the biggest lie was one of omission. No speaker dared mention the deficit inflating five trillion dollar wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Christian end time fantasies are not limited to the world of fiction; these people get elected to office and influence, even control policy
On his FNC program The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly engaged in full blown fear mongering tonight as he compared President Obama's attempts to pass healthcare reform with George W. Bush's belief that Saddam Hussein was a threat to the United States. Only in the fractured realm of Fox News could a healthcare bill be equated with an unjust war that has killed thousands of people.
Republicans like Rep Pete Hoekstra are expressing their shock and outrage because they believes that President Obama should have been more Republican in his response to an attempted terror attack. He should have been more like George W. Bush who waited six days to answer questions about the foiled shoe bomber attack.