The truth, and true purpose of the letter, has really never been in question; specifically because the filthy little neo-con who originated it has broadcast the purpose for the world to hear for months.
Republicans are starting to realize that trying to sabotage the President Of The United States might not have been such a good idea. Republicans are openly worrying that Sen. Tom Cotton's letter to Iran may end up backfiring by uniting Democrats around their president.
On the cover of its Tuesday edition, the New York Daily News featured a picture of four Republican Senators with the caption "Traitors" in huge bold letters underneath in response to the letter 47 GOP Senators sent to Iran undermining President Obama's negotiations with the country.
The Iranian may know the Constitution and international law better than the treasonous 47, but it seems he does not understand that in America, Republicans are not bound to any law; domestic or international.
During Monday night's episode of The Rachel Maddow Show, host Rachel Maddow discussed popular ballot measures in a number of red or swing states that could help swing the tide in many close gubernatorial or Senate races.
Sen. Mark Pryor tore through Koch candidate Rep. Tom Cotton in tonight's Arkansas Senate debate. Cotton's only response to every question was to avoid specifics and blame Obama.
On Monday afternoon, Donald Trump sent out a tweet endorsing New Hampshire GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown in his race against the Democratic incumbent, Senator Jeanne Shaheen. The only problem is that he actually referred to a Rhode Island state lawmaker, State Sen. Jim Sheehan.
A new poll of Arkansas has Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor leading his Republican challenger Tom Cotton by six points.
This is the fourteenth edition of a research project at PoliticusUSA known as Taking Back the House. The purpose of this project is to analyze each Republican Congressional district in the United States and see how likely the district can go 'Blue.'