As Gov. Scott Walker continues to make the rounds nationally to bolster his viability as a Republican presidential candidate, he’s finally being exposed on a broader level for what he really is: a liar and an idiot. During a January 21st appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Gov. Walker was asked about the importance of foreign […]
This is by far my favorite tweet of the day.
After FOUR AMERICANS DIED in Benghazi, Obama should've resigned, just like Reagan did after 241 Americans died in Beruit.
— Top Conservative Cat (@TeaPartyCat) May 1, 2014
Correction: The right-wing blogger who originally quoted Scott Walker as saying he voted for Ronald Reagan has since corrected his original report, blaming the misquote on a transcription error.
As noted by James Rowen at The Political Environment, Gov. Scott Walker has once again demonstrated his tenuous relationship with the truth. In an interview with […]
As James Hohmann writes for Politico, any comparisons between Republican Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign and the successful 1980 presidential campaign of Ronald Reagan may appear to be apt superficially, but might not stand up under closer scrutiny. A handsome former governor faced a vulnerable incumbent, a weak economy and a crisis in the Middle […]
Here’s Ronald Reagan, the “patron saint” of today’s conservative movement, sharing his thoughts on the importance of labor unions and collective bargaining in free societies.
The Young Guns (Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor & Kevin McCarthy) have been telling anyone who will listen the regulations is choking the private sector like like Justice David Prosser chokes a woman*(he was mad so it was justified). Unfortunately for the ‘Young guns” Bruce bartlett, ex Ronald Reagan and George H W Bush economist was […]
And does a very thorough job of it. Now at least we have Herman Cain!
Holy mackerel! Bruce Bartlett, economic advisor to Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush makes a surprisingly strong case for Keynesian fiscal stimulus. He also says that, between Obama and Congress, it’s never going to happen. He dismisses the idiocy of regulation as causing the lack of aggregate demand.
“We should be borrowing like mad.”
That’s what Rick Santorum, the dismal failure, says. From Politico:
In a statement to POLITICO, Santorum accused Romney of “trying to bully states” to rig the 2012 calendar for him. The Pennsylvanian called on his primary opponent to apologize.
“It’s not surprising when a campaign pushes for a leg up on the competition. But what […]