CSPAN, Washington Journal, Nov. 19, 2014.http://crooksandliars.com/2014/11/ron-johnson-wont-self-finance-2016
C-SPAN, Washington Journal, June 12, 2014.
This is what happens to your brain after either watching too much Faux "news" or listening to way too many hours of right wing hate talk radio.
The apple sure as hell didn't fall too far from the tree here, did it? It seems this CA Congressman is just as irresponsible as his father:
Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert (R) on Wednesday connected the Monday bombings in Boston to the immigration debate and warned that "radical Islamists" were "being trained to come in and act like Hispanics."
From this Tuesday morning's Washington Journal on C-SPAN, apparently Bloody Bill Kristol is tired of Republicans having to deal with Ron Paul for his stance in opposition to some of our military interventions and would just be happy if he left the party all together instead of the current crop of GOP candidates having to worry about "being nice to him" during the debates.
On Tuesday's morning call-in show on C-SPAN, Washington Journal, a caller from Texas demonstrates what happens to your brain after watching too much Fox News and paying attention to Red State's Erick Erickson and his ridiculous "We are the 53%" campaign he launched in response to the Occupy Wall Street protests.
I try to monitor C-SPAN's morning call-in show Washington Journal when I get a chance just to see what viewers of that network and the public are saying about the topics of the day and this one jumped out at me this morning as being from someone who's been watching too much Fox News or for that matter possibly a lot of the rest of our corporate media with the right wing talking points this woman rattled off when weighing in on this debt ceiling kabuki theater.
From C-SPAN's Newsmakers, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) thinks it would be perfectly acceptable to go past the hard deadline Treasury Sec. Tim Geithner gave the Congress for the absolute last date that the debt ceiling can be raised and if that means that
GOP LA Rep. Bill Cassidy can't explain why, but made the claim on C-SPAN's Washington Journal that those on Medicaid have worse outcomes than those with no insurance at all. BRAWNER: You talked a lot about Medicaid reform. You think that the
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