The last thing this country needs is the three biggest idiots in the Republican House (and that’s saying a lot) attempting to speak for the American people on the world stage; but that’s exactly what they did in Egypt this past weekend. – Read the full article
As Congressional Republicans trickle back into Washington after a nice, long, relaxing, luxurious holiday vacation, House Speaker John Boehner sits alone in his office, waiting to hold a strategy session on the looming fiscal cliff.
Making a piggy bank gallop across his desk, Boehner hums to himself, “Jingle bells, jingle bells, my caucus ran away. – Read the full article
Sunday morning I’m checking news feeds, when this indescribable sound starts rocking the house. It’s vaguely familiar, but I can’t make out what it is…alarm system gone crazy?…a flock of buzzards scratching on the metal roof?…one of the cats caught in the garbage disposal? – Read the full article
“Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.” —Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment
Romney and Santorum are at each other’s throats. Each claims to be the real conservative. Romney accuses Santorum of being an old fashioned wheeling and dealing politician. Santorum laughs that Romney is a liberal governor from Massachusetts. – Read the full article
Michelle Bachmann (Crazy, Mn) took to conservative talk radio last Thursday and proclaimed victory for the conservative cause in the fight to extend the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits.
President Obama and congressional Democrats have been fighting (and embarrasing) Republicans for over a year to extend these benefits. – Read the full article
Eight Republicans took to the stage in the Reagan Presidential Library tonight, with new Republican nomination front runner, Rick Perry, joining the group this time. He was certainly the focus of the debate, and his words will likely be the most resonating amongst the most conservatives of the Republican Party. – Read the full article