It is time for Democrats to call out the absurd canard that taking money out of the economy helps the economy grow. There is a time to address debt, but it is not during an economic downturn.
The Senate Republican Minority Whip, who accused Obama of threatening national security by nominating Chuck Hagel, claimed that sequester cuts to defense won't jeopardize national security.
Speaker Boehner claimed today that President Obama is using the troops as props, but his House passed sequester would leave thousands of veterans homeless.
The ever clueless Republican Rep. Tom Price of Georgia thinks the sequester is necessary to "get this economy rolling again."
While speaking to the nation's governors today, President Obama took aim at John Boehner for his hypocrisy on his own tax plan, and the lie that Obama won't work with him on spending cuts.
These House Republicans are the real reason Speaker John Boehner is not proposing a sequester solution. He doesn't have the votes.
Paul Ryan has been pushing for sequestration since 2004. He bragged about getting it in 2011. Now that it's here, Ryan thinks it's not good government.
Republicans and their punditry have finally gone so far off the rails to avoid any responsibility for the sequester that they are blatantly lying and revising the historical record of the past four years.
Republicans have revealed that the harm their sequester cuts were intended to cause is part of their plan that defines them as criminals, enemies of the state and the American people.
Sen. Lindsey Graham spoke for many of his Republican colleagues today when he proposed avoiding the military cuts in the sequester by taking healthcare away from 30 million Americans.
Americans not mesmerized by the GOP's buzzwords like "pro-growth" understand it was President Obama's stimulus that saved the economy and staunched massive job losses.
Speaker John Boehner is pushing the hashtag "#obamaquester" in hopes of forcing the President to carry the weight of the Republicans' failure.
If House Republicans follow through on their plan to let the sequester defense cuts happen, they could immediately put 10 GOP held House seats in jeopardy.
When the enemy is in the halls of Congress, and is openly calling for economic destruction to avoid revenue, it is safe to say Republicans have declared open war on America and its people.
President Obama took steps today to make sure that Republicans have already lost the sequester battle. He offered Republicans one way out, and that is to raise more revenue.
In a statement today, Speaker Boehner issued more tough talk about about no new tax hikes as a part of a deal to avoid the sequester cuts. The problem is that Boehner doesn't really have a choice.