Fox Tries to Spin Away Scott Brown Blowing off the Tea Party

Fox Pathetically Tries to Spin Away Scott Brown Blowing off the Tea Party

While reporting on the Tea Party rally in Boston today for FNC's America Live, Fox News reporter Molly Line tried to spin away the fact that Sen. Scott Brown decided to not to show up at the rally and associate with the Tea Party and Sarah Palin. Line said, "Tea Partiers gave him some credit actually for not coming here today." Only at a rally led by Palin and Fox would Brown get credit for not showing up.

The WikiLeaks Video and Progressive Responsibility in Unnecessary Wars

I protested the Iraq war, way before it was cool to do so, and the Wikileaks Video of “Collateral Murder” demonstrates why I opposed the invasion, but I also spent a week embedded with training soldiers, as they took on the exhaustive task of preparing for battle. Those on the left who criticize miss the point as their self-righteous reaction is a simplistic denial of their own complicity in allowing this war to be fought.

Breitbart Justifies Racist Tea Party Attacks by Blaming Black Congressmen

While trying to claim that the reports of the Tea Party's racism are a giant Democratic conspiracy, Andrew Breitbart offered up a racist explanation for why Tea Partiers attacked the Black Congressional Caucus. Breitbart said, "The very act of the Black Congressional Caucus walking through the Tea Party people while holding all those videos was an act of provocation." Those black congressmen should have known their place, eh Andy?

The Republican Siren Song of Sedition

Throughout my life I’ve never hated someone’s message so much that I wanted to shut him or her down by force. My liberal parents taught me that those folks had a right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech. This is our right as American citizens. Part of my job as a citizen is to tolerate ideas with which I do not agree, so long as they do not infringe on the rights and safety of others. This is a concept that Republicans no longer understand.

An Outraged Fox News Smears Bill Maher by Calling Him a Teabagger

An Outraged Fox News Smears Bill Maher by Calling Him a Teabagger

The crew over at FNC's Fox and Friends program got their collective panties in a knot over Bill Maher's recent appearance on The Tonight Show when he claimed that it the teabaggers' protests helped to pass health care reform. Eric Bolling said that Maher offended the Tea Party by calling them teabaggers, and, "There was only one teabagger in the studio at that time, and it was Mr. Maher."

Fox News and Dan Quayle Embrace the Tea Party Violence

Fox News and Dan Quayle Embrace the Violent Tea Party

Fox News is spending the day, amping up the tea party rage for the protest in Senate Majority leader Harry Reid's hometown. Host Neal Cavuto spoke to former vice president Dan Quayle who said, "God bless these folks," and he proclaimed them a, "not so silent majority." When a movement's intellectual leaders are Dan Quayle and Sarah Palin, it has some really big problems.

GOP Rep Approves of Tea Partiers Shouting Nigger and Faggot at Dems

On C-SPAN's Washington Journal this morning Rep. David Nunes (R-CA) expressed his approval of tea party protesters who shouted faggot at Rep. Barney Frank and nigger at Rep. John Lewis. Nunes said, "Yeah, well I think that when you use totalitarian tactics, people, you know, begin to act crazy." Racism and homophobia have nothing to do with health care, but everything to do with the tea party movement.

Rahm Emanuel: GOP Leaders Are Scared of the Tea Party

In an interview that will air on CBS' 60 Minutes on Sunday night, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel waded into the civil war that is going on within the Republican Party. Emanuel refused to identify the tea partiers by name, but he described the state of the GOP as being, "at the behest of a fringe group that's taken control of their own party and their own leaders are scared of it."

The Establishment Lines Up Against the Tea Party as Jeb Bush Endorses John McCain

Even though the far right is trying their best to unseat John McCain, the Republican establishment continues to line up behind him, as today Jeb Bush endorsed McCain over his primary challenger J.D. Hayworth. Bush said, "John is a proven conservative leader committed to reducing taxes, fighting wasteful spending and keeping America safe." McCain is calling in lots of favoring and showing why the tea party movement has little chance of overthrowing the GOP establishment.

Nancy Pelosi Offers the Tea Party Unity With Progressives

Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was on ABC’s This Week this morning, where she made an interesting offer to the tea party movement. Pelosi claimed that the tea partiers share the same view as progressives on the issue of the special interests, so they should work together on that issue. Of course, since the tea party is now controlled by special interests, her offer will be rejected. read more

The Morning After Tea Bagging

The morning after brought nothing but more rage for Tea Baggers; They are the "silent majority" and America will hear them roar!!! Here's their beef (aka, what they meant to tell us yesterday): They're really mad at all taxes! Oh, and also NBC. NBC is now the devil.