HBO's BILL MAHER: Okay, well why can't we just say -- I've heard people say that [Obamacare is] like his Katrina. I think it's more like George W. -- the father, George Bush, the father's 'read my lips, no new taxes' campaign pledge that didn't quite hold up to the realities of governing, and that's a moral complexity I'm okay with because I'm not
MARK SHIELDS: In the 21st century, with a larger pool -- and Terry McAuliffe is a very good party chairman, let me tell you. He was an excellent party chairman. But the key about Virginia is this. We're talking about, is it blue, red? In the last two national elections, Judy, Virginia is the only state that has voted exactly the way the nation d
Partial transcript below, via (Daily Caller): COULTER: If you want to attack people in your own party you should become a Democrat? No, I am saying that maybe it would be better if we went after Democrats than on
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CHRIS MATTHEWS: The winner will be Rand Paul. JOHN McLAUGHLIN: Is that it? MATTHEWS: That's my entire thought. Rand Paul will win the whole thing because he can win Iowa, New Hampshire, he can win South Carolina, and he's the only candidate you listed there that can win all three. McLAUGHLIN: What does Vegas say? MATTHEWS: I don't think
GOP: In the Weekly Republican Address, U.S. Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana says that fixing the faulty Obamacare website isn't going to solve the deep and systemic problems plaguing the ill-conceived health care law. "The failure of Obamacare launch is just the tip of the iceberg, and unless we act, Americans will be stuck on board this Titanic," says C
White House: In this week’s address, President Obama said that in order to keep growing the economy and creating good jobs, Washington must end its cycle of manufactured crises and self-inflicted wounds. It’s time for both parties to work together to pass a budget that reflects our priorities – making smart cuts in things we don’t need and