There is no conceivable outcome in which GOP opposition to Chuck Hagel ends happily for Republicans
Republicans have quit on America. They're putting forth no effort, and most importantly at all, they haven't even bothered to show up for the past two years.
The 2012 election was especially satisfying for the Presidency and the new faces that will show up in Congress, especially the Senate.
Incredible amounts of money were spent on the 2012 General Election. And lots of that money was wasted when expensive attack ads didn't work
Republican Sen. Scott Brown is being called out again for telling voters that he 'served in Afghanistan' when in fact he was training as a lawyer in the guard and never saw combat.
According to the latest PPP poll, Massachusetts voters who supported President Obama in 2008 have powered Elizabeth Warren to a nine point lead over Scott Brown, 53%-44%.
Mitt Romney said Scott Brown was sent to DC to stop ObamaCare, calling out Brown as a Republican obstructionist sent to DC to do the Republicans' bidding
Elizabeth Warren rolled over Scott Brown in their second debate as the incumbent lost his cool, and cracks started to show in his moderate pseudo-Democrat facade.
In a racist attempt to mock Elizabeth Warren three of Scott Brown's staffers were caught on video chanting war whoops and doing tomahawk chops.
Elizabeth Warren came out aggressively and dominated Scott Brown by highlighting his support for tax cuts for the wealthy and subsidies for big oil.
A new PPP poll of the Massachusetts Senate race has found that support for Elizabeth Warren has swung seven points in the past month, and she now leads Scott Brown 48%-46%.
Todd Akin is running out of friends. Even an anti-abortion group wants him to quit. But his biggest loss will be Karl Rove's Crossroads GPS
There was a time when union members voted in their own economic self-interest. Unfortunately, this seems to be changing in Massachusetts where Scott Brown leads Elizabeth Warren with union members.
On MSNBC, it took Elizabeth Warren less than a half a minute to define and destroy Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney.
By refusing to vote for the Disclosure Act, Brown is ensuring that our elections can be bought by special interests and big corporate powers without any fingerprints. Meaning that groups like, um, FreedomWorks can influence elections masquerading as grassroots movements, when in fact, they are funded by very interested corporate parties. FreedomWorks, doubling as a grass roots movement for the Tea Party, gave quite a pretty penny to old Scooter.
Elected as a Tea Party candidate, Scott Brown has signaled that he will support President Obama’s major financial overhaul bill which passed the House on June 30 and will come up for a vote in the Senate this week. Brown's vote would be number 59, as in 59 of the now needed 60 to pass a bill….crossing Party lines to help the people? Close to treason, if you ask me.