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The NRCC Really Misses Bush

After five years of President Obama, the National Republican Congressional Committee really wishes they could bring back George W. Bush. For a limited time only, you can recapture the magic of color-coded terror alerts, persons of interest, Mission Accomplished, is … Continue reading
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Happy Anniversary

10 years ago today, the invasion of Iraq began. Republican congressmen are still very concerned about what happened in Iraq Benghazi. Continue reading
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McCain: It’s Personal

Why did Senator John McCain claim he wouldn’t filibuster Chuck Hagel, then go ahead and do so anyway? Because Chuck Hagel hurt his feelings over five years ago. McCAIN: But to be honest with you, Neil, it goes back to … Continue reading
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A Romney Abroad

Artist – David Fitzsimmons In other news, the Colorado theater shooter was officially charged today with 24 counts of first-degree murder and 116 counts of attempted murder.

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This is a Joke, Right?

via the NY Times WASHINGTON — In the three years since he left office, former President George W. Bush has largely stayed out of the political arena. He has spent his time mapping out his library, making speeches, hosting injured … Continue reading

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Chart of the Day

Karl Rove’s Crossroads GPS PAC launched a massive ad buy today that claims former President George Bush, not President Obama, deserves credit for the current state of domestic energy production. I have serious doubts that dredging up Bush is a … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney Keeps Saying Stupid Stuff

The more “safe” and “electable” Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney continues to say stupefying things while attempting to pander to the lunatic primary base. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney insisted on Wednesday that President George W. Bush would never have … Continue reading

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A Long, Strange Trip

Hard to believe it’s been so long isn’t it? Eli Clifton of ThinkProgress compiled a quick list of numbers summarizing the 8 years and 215 days since the invasion of Iraq in 2003. They don’t paint the entire picture, but … Continue reading

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An Unproven Theory

Artist – Jimmy Margulies In other news, The Decider believes he deserves some credit for killing Bin Laden, and the main GOP talking point to be deployed in obstruction of President Obama’s jobs plan appears to be labeling it as … Continue reading

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The Second Coming

Artist – Dave Granlund In other news, Tim Pawlenty’s top New Hampshire staff joined Team Hunstman today, and billionaire Warren Buffet again stumped for tax-hikes on the rich. Forgive the absence today, I was helping family prepare to move out … Continue reading

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Rick Perry’s Execution Fetish

The state of Texas is well known for having one of the harshest justice systems in the country, but that doesn’t make the precedent being set by Rick Perry any less astonishing. Likely presidential hopeful Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) … Continue reading

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