"I'm getting kind of grossed out, Judge … and now you're going to turn around and blame the government for these bumbling fumbling crazy people?," Shep Smith questioned Judge Napolitano. Later he followed up with this doozie: "How does it feel to be standing up for BP?"
You would think after forty-four days (who is still counting, anyway?), Chris Matthews would give up. But, no, he continues his crusade to find a conservative/Republican politician that will bash Rush Limbaugh on air. There are only two conclusions I can come to: (1) No Republicans or conservatives watch his show or (2) no one watches his show.
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) says "we will see more Republicans getting elected" if the Congress does not pass campaign finance disclosure reform.
Rory Reid may have a well-known last name, he's the son of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid -- but he doesn't seem anxious to let Nevada voters know what it is. A Democratic county commissioner who is running for governor of Nevada, Reid launched his first campaign commercial on Wednesday. But Reid's last name is nowhere to be found in the video.
Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-PA): "We're giving relief to people that I deal with in my office every day now unfortunately. But because of the longevity of this recession, these are people and they're not minorities and they're not defective and they're not all the things you'd like to insinuate that these programs [are] about, these are average, goo
"We've gone from eight employees to 20 employees in the past year, because of the stimulus package," MSNBC's Ed Schultz said of his construction company. "We've put some people back to work. There is some growth." (via Newsbusters
An advertisement for fictional candidate "Clint Webb" includes everything that would be in a real ad for a politician.
Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) on the "strategic mission" in Afghanistan.
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA): "If the standard for resignation was a YouTube moment or an inappropriate statement, wouldn't you think the vice president would be handing in his letters twice a week?" FULL INTERVIEW: Rep. Cantor On Gen.
Sen. Kit Bond on President Obama choosing Gen. Petraeus: "He is set up for failure if the President and the Vice President continue to talk about a hard, fast withdrawal date, an exit strategy in July. That has already unsettled and demoralized our allies and encouraged our enemies."
PRESIDENT OBAMA: "So we are in the mid points of implementing the strategy that we came up with last year. We'll do a review at end of this year. General Petraeus understands that strategy because he helped shape it. And my expectation is that he will be outstanding in implementing it and we'll not miss a beat because of change in command in the
Ann Coulter on President Obama relieving Gen. McChrystal of command and slamming Gen. Petraeus at a 2007 Senate hearing.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri) defends why we're in Afghanistan: "We're there because of the strategic importance of Afghanistan as it relates to al Qaeda, as it relates to Pakistan, as it relates to Iran, as it relates to Iraq. We're there because if we didn't go there, we would be sending a signal to all the bad guys that we know where you
Glenn Beck recaps the history of labor unions.
Charles Krauthammer: I'm still not sure that Obama is prepared to bypass, or to overcome, the impediment that he has created with the withdrawal date. Yes, he reiterated the mission. Yes, he reiterated his commitment. But he had an opportunity where he could have said...All he has to do is to say once: "The date is one that will
MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe explains whether the control President Obama showed over the McChrystal situation will help his approval ratings.
Michael Hastings, who authored the now-infamous article on Gen. McChrystal, speaks to CNN's Larry King about the piece.