Posts Tagged ‘republicans’

Dead Heat

24May10

I made a custom poll from Pollster here for a congressional generic ballot. For those not wanting to click over, it’s essentially a tie right now; Dem’s 45.6%, GOP 45.4%. Basically, I removed all polls with a clear bias, plus Rasmussen. I’m not sure about the decision to exclude Rasmussen. On the one hand, there […]


It’s caused a little bit of a stir as a rallying cry for the Netroots, and rightfully so. King has assembled massively damning instances of Republican hypocrisy and mendacity. Emily Hauser is on the case: King’s open letter is stunning for a variety of reasons, only starting with the sheer amount of labor that went […]


These never get old, and this one is actually really well done. I just love that something can be translated as both “At least we still have Kalou” and “they’ll never take away our government-funded Viagra”


A really nice takedown by the Republican. It’s disturbing to see him get so much support, knowing the economic consequences of his ideology.


I got into many conflicts with one of politics professors last year, and I kept on wondering why Obama kept proving me right. I remember a different, far more intelligent, professor once confessing that she thought the Baby Boomers may have actually ruined liberalism. Ambinder provides some must read context in a brilliant article: There […]


Both sides of the aisle today are both praising Obama for his speech, and reprimanding Bobby Jindal (seriously, this guy is the Republican Obama? Then why does no one like him?) for his. One of the more unintentionally comical moments was Jindal’s attempt to mock Obama for appropriating 140 million dollars to a geological survey. […]


Drudge reports that Obama will name his VP on Wednesday. As Matt Drudge is the bane of most liberals, I’d almost expect that Obama will go ahead and name him (and it will be a him) tomorrow instead; as he may not get enough news time if he does it Thursday. Word has it that […]