The GOP's debt ceiling demands are a composite Ryan budget, Koch policy meeting demands,"and ALEC social policy reform package all rolled into one ransom note, and the people are the big losers.
One might be inclined to believe politicians would be repulsed that the richest nation in the history of the world is home to an impoverished underclass, but for Republicans it is a badge of honor
Charles Koch has joined Republicans pushing to eliminate the nation's minimum wage. He implied that getting rid of minimum wage laws was the ultimate secret to lifting Americans out of poverty.
For some reason, only Republicans remember that it was the poor, public sector workers, and retirees who created the country's economic malaise, and they are duty-bound to make them pay restitution.
While conservatives whine about White House tours cancer patients will die because of their sequester cuts.
The Chained-CPI amounts to punishing seniors for living longer.
As Paul Ryan's (R-WI) budget advances toward the finishing line in the Republican-led House, a new Rasmussen poll shows Ryan flailing with a 15 point drop.
Paul Ryan is lying to justify inflicting more pain on the American people for the sheer joy of giving the richest 1% nearly 15% in tax cuts.
Americans are being held responsible for Republicans' debt for two unnecessary wars, costly prescription plan, tax cuts for the rich, and gifts to the oil industry.
A Republican by any rebranding is still pushing education cuts, Medicare privatization, cuts to Medicaid, safety net cuts, and the vaunted "tax reforms" to benefit corporations and the wealthy.
Paul Ryan justified his no vote for Sandy victims claiming that maintaining the existing flood insurance relief program was irresponsible.
Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) destroyed Republican talking points regarding the debt ceiling on Face the Nation, and then upped the ante for more revenue.
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.
Conservatives should be thankful the rest of the population elected a President not inclined to deliberately cause suffering for 98% of the American people, including them.
Some liberals have the mind-boggling view there is no difference between Romney & Obama, and are even planning not to vote for Obama in swing states.
There is no demographic that supports Romney that is not inexorably linked to their own destruction and unfortunately, to their family members, friends, and this country's future.
The government Romney and Republicans propose is not business friendly, it is business-owned and operated, and the people are expendable assets.
Now that the deadline has passed for Todd Akin to drop out of the race Sen. Claire McCaskill is hitting him hard on his legitimate rape comments.