conservative political distortion & hysteria

Mitt Romney Thinks You’re a Moron

August 14, 2012

. Conventional wisdom is not precisely an oxymoron (time really does fly), but it is not infrequently moronic. The conventional wisdom that the Romney campaign wishes to create around Paul Ryan is one of rare courage and unusual intelligence and experience in budgetary matters – the GOP’s fiscal Brainiac for the Chinese (I mean Second […]

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March 25, 2012

. There is no shortage of contenders for the worst in human nature, but the union of faith and cynicism, righteousness and arrogance makes its own historical claim. Join a politician who casts his candidacy as the preservation of religious traditions with the corruption of public discourse that is political media and we arrive at […]

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The ‘U.S.’ Chamber Of Foreign Commerce

October 15, 2010

“What’s the matter with Kansas?” What’s the matter with K H Street? That would be 1615 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20062-2000 the main office of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, working against the American worker and in the interests of secret foreign donors. Further brought to you by Citizens United, by the judgment of […]

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“At Long Last, Have You Left No Sense of Decency?”

July 22, 2010

We won’t fool ourselves. It is not just a cruel world. It is often a monstrous one. So what is one woman’s job and reputation? Decency and honor are not the defaults among us. They are the achievements. We don’t fall from grace. We rise to it. And we have been here before, many times. […]

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An Xmas Gift 2 Liberals, the Grinch 2 Cons

December 24, 2009

From The New York Times Report Finds Acorn Broke No Laws By JANIE LORBER The controversial community organizing group Acorn has not broken any laws in the last five years, according to a Congrssional Research Service report released Tuesday evening. The report, requested by Representative John Conyers, Democrat of Michigan, said that federal agencies, mainly […]

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