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Insane Hack Bill O'Reilly Calls Black Lives Matter A Hate Group
By: Steve - September 2, 2015 - 10:00am

And he wonders why a lot of people think he is a right-wing nut, because of insane statements like this. O'Reilly said that Black Lives Matter is a "Hate Group" That Wants Police Officers Dead. Which is just laughable, and not true at all.

They are simply a group of blacks that want the police to stop killing unarmed black men and black kids. They do not want any police officers dead, O'Reilly is a flat out 100% liar when he says that. Nobody wants police officers killed, they just want them to stop abusing their power and killing unarmed blacks.

Not only did he lie that they are a hate group, he says he is going to put them out of business, which is not possible, and it's like Trump saying he will get rid of all the gangs, or deport all the illegals, it is not possible.

O'Reilly: "They're A Hate Group And I'm Going To Tell You Right Now, I'm Going To Put Them Out Of Business"

O'Reilly Is Lying About Public Support For Iran Nuke Deal
By: Steve - September 2, 2015 - 9:00am

Here it is, 100% proof Bill O'Reilly is a lying, dishonest, piece of garbage right-wing hack. Here is what he said in his Talking Points Memo on Monday night, these are his words, and an exact quote:
O'REILLY: As far as Iran is concerned, most Americans are opposed to the nuke deal the Obama administration wants approved.
Lies, Lies, Lies, and more lies. Almost all the experts support the deal, including some Republicans. And a lot of the polls say the majority of Americans support the deal, so O'Reilly is flat out lying.

The Washington Post:

Clear majority supports nuclear deal with Iran

By a nearly 2 to 1 margin, Americans support the notion of striking a deal with Iran that restricts the nation's nuclear program in exchange for loosening sanctions, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds.

An Economist/YouGov poll from last month also showed that a small majority of Americans support the deal.


Fifty-six percent of Americans support the agreement, which would significantly cut back Iran's nuclear program to prevent the country from building weapons in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions.

Here is what O'Reilly did, he cherry picked the polls run by conservative news sources and a couple other pollsters that found a slight majority oppose the deal, depending on how the question was asked. Basically, the places that found the slight majority who opposed it asked the question a specific way, to get the answer they wanted.

So then O'Reilly only cited those polls, while ignoring all the other polls that show the majority support the deal. Then he went on tv and claimed he was right and it was a fact, case closed. Which is a total lie, because some polls show the majority support it, and some do not.

O'Reilly just ignored all the polls that say the majority support it, which is about as dishonest as a journalist can get. But that is what O'Reilly does, he is a biased dishonest partisan hack. Then on top of that he said it was a fact, when it's not a fact, it's up in the air depending on what poll you read.

This is what Bill O'Reilly does folks, and it is 100% proof he is a biased right-wing spin doctor and not a fair and balanced journalist as he claims he is.

O'Reilly Ignores New Poll Showing GOP At Record Low Approval Ratings
By: Steve - September 1, 2015 - 10:00am

Almost every night O'Reilly reported on the dropping Obama poll numbers after Bush ruined the economy, but when they slowly went back up as the economy improved, the stock market set record highs, and the jobs came back, O'Reilly suddenly went silent. And now that the GOP has record low approval numbers, O'Reilly says nothing, as he promotes and tells people they should vote for Republicans.

Think about it, O'Reilly wants you to vote for Republicans who only have a 12 percent approval rating. That is how biased he is, especially when he is still denying he is a Republican, which is just laughable.

A new Quinnipiac Poll has revealed that disapproval of Congressional Republicans has reached a record high and voters will blame the GOP if the government shuts down.

According to the Quinnipiac poll, "Voters disapprove 81 to 12 percent of the way Republicans in Congress are doing their job and give the Republican Party a negative 31 -- 58 percent favorability."

The Congressional Republican disapproval rating today is 14 points higher (88%) today than when they shut the government down in October 2013 (74%).

Republicans have managed to register their lowest approval rating since in since the question was first asked in February 2009. The previous low for Congressional Republicans was 76% disapproval in January 2014.

Boehner and McConnell could drive their party even deeper into the hole if they don't prevent a government shutdown at the end of September. The Quinnipiac poll found that by a margin of 41%-33% Republicans will be blamed if the government shuts down.

Mitch McConnell and John Boehner's leadership has taken the Republican Party to new lows. Voters are not supporting the Republican agenda, and they have little to no confidence that Republicans in Congress will do the right thing.

O'Reilly and the Republicans have long treated the American people like they are not paying attention, but results like this demonstrate that while the vast majority of American voters don't follow the day to day details of politics, they have a general sense of what is going on.

If Boehner and McConnell believe that they can survive a government shutdown by blaming President Obama, they are in for a big surprise. A Republican-caused government shutdown could be the tipping point where a fed up electorate takes control of the Senate away from the Republican Party.

Republicans Worried Trump Will Give Democrats The White House And Senate
By: Steve - September 1, 2015 - 9:00am

Many Republican leaders have expressed concern that nominating Donald Trump could squander their opportunity to win back the White House in 2016. However, that is just part of the damage a Trump candidacy could inflict upon the party. Republican insiders also worry that Trump may cripple their chances of maintaining control of the U.S. Senate, especially since many key races are being held in states with a significant population of Hispanic voters.

Latino voters represent a special danger for Republican candidates. Because Trumps anti-immigrant rhetoric places GOP politicians on the defensive, as they must distance themselves from Trump, or risk alienating Hispanic voters. In an interview with The Hill, a Nevada Republican strategist noted the potential dilemma Trump's extreme rhetoric poses for Republican Senate candidate Joe Heck:
I think it's pretty clear that some of Trump's more dramatic proposals on immigration will certainly affect races like the Nevada senate race in particular...In a state like Nevada, the Hispanic element is absolutely essential.
Heck's task is magnified by the fact that he would likely face Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto, a well-known Latina politician who could energize Hispanic voters.

Voters make decisions based on a wide range of factors, rather than through a one-dimensional prism of identity politics. But there is no question that Cortez Masto would present an added pull factor for many Latino voters, which would amplify the push factor already provided by Trump, potentially driving them to the polls in record numbers.

With Republicans defending 24 of the 34 Senate seats up for re-election in 2016, they have little margin for error if they wish to keep control of the U.S. Senate. The GOP's two best pick-up opportunities are in Nevada and Colorado, but both those states are off the table if Trump drags down the GOP contenders with his xenophobic campaign.

Competitive Republican-held seats in Florida, Arizona and Illinois -- all states with significant Hispanic populations, are in jeopardy of turning blue if the Republican Senate candidates are in any way associated with Trump.

Republican strategists are growing increasingly uneasy that having Donald Trump at the top of the GOP ticket, would not only undermine their chances of winning the White House, but that it would also cost them the U.S. Senate as well.

And those fears are legitimate, because while Trump is dominating the Republican field, his toxic message is unappealing to a wide segment of the general electorate. Not only would Trump be almost certain to lose a general election campaign, but in all likelihood, he would drag a lot of Republican Senate candidates down with him.

Notice that Bill O'Reilly never reports any of this, while even saying Trump is good for the Republican party. And that's because O'Reilly is a friend of Trump, a Republican, and biased. He does not want to admit the truth, and he is helping cover for Trump, because he is his friend.

Remember that O'Reilly has been seen sitting with Trump at Yankees games, and he is biased towards Trump. Which is why you can not believe anything O'Reilly says about Trump.

Yes It Really Happened: Sarah Palin Did An Interview With Donald Trump
By: Steve - August 31, 2015 - 11:00am

And what a clown show it was, Palin of course came off as an idiot, and Trump came off as the racist right-wing jerk he is, and it was great, as in great comedy.

First Palin said President Obama Is Lying About The Economy, then Trump claimed that 93 million people in the US are unemployed. This absurd number has been cooked up by conservative media who like to claim that real unemployed is 42%, not 12%. Palin said, "I don't think we are getting the truth out of the White House, so thanks for setting that straight." Trump replied, "No, the White House is not truthful."

According to Palin and Trump Obama is lying and cooking the books. All of those jobs that people are getting, the rising consumer spending, and the obvious economic growth that is all around us is not real. The country is mired in a Great Depression level crisis according to Trump and Palin.

I guess they do not know that jobs are up to record levels and unemployment is down, and that the economy is booming with a 3.7% GDP, or they are just lying, which is the real truth.

Palin said The Most Respected Latino Journalist In The US Is A "Radical Activist." In a deeply bigoted exchange, Palin and Trump attacked the most influential Spanish-speaking journalist in the country. Univision's Jorge Ramos is a respected journalist who hosts the highest rated Spanish language news program in the United States, but Trump and Palin referred to him as a "radical activist."

Palin said that Trump schooled that radical activist, "It was the right thing to do because I don't think he'll be pulling that one again." In the world of Palin and Trump, Latinos who don't want to be discriminated against are radical activists.

Palin also said that Being Asked About Your Favorite Bible Verse Is A Gotcha Question. Just like she said it was a gotcha question when the ABC journalist Katie Couric asked her what newspapers she reads, and she had no answer.

Palin said, "So you get hit with these gotchas like most conservatives do. For instance, they asking what's your favorite Bible verse?"

Yes, asking a candidate who claims that the Bible is his favorite book about his favorite Bible verse is such a gotcha question, not.

The interview was a trainwreck that was more like a Saturday Night Live skit than a real interview. However, what is in the video above is not a joke. This is the real face of the Republican Party.

Republicans deny facts and reality. They hate the President with a passion and will smear and disrespect him at every opportunity. The Republican stance on immigration is being fueled by bigotry and racism, and with the exception of Fox News they claim the media is out to get them.

Palin and Trump are an idiots dream team that highlights all of the reasons why Republicans will lose in 2016. They are the ugly far-right racist side of the Republican Party, and this interview represents everything that voters will reject next year.

Charles Koch Slams The President For Telling The Truth About Him & His Brother
By: Steve - August 31, 2015 - 10:00am

Now this is funny, because it's the exact same thing O'Reilly does every time someone tells the truth about him, attack the accuser and say they are the bad guy. Which is nothing but a cheap diversion trick that nobody falls for, except the brainwashed sheep that believe all the lies they tell.

Here is the deal, the truth hurts. And because they are mostly pathological liars, Republicans and their various conservative and religious cohort basically cannot understand why any human being, much less a politician, would ever speak the truth when they can lie; especially when the truth can be so hurtful.

Monday President Barack Obama spoke the truth about the dirty energy industry during an energy speech and it obviously hurt Charles Koch's feelings, but the White House could not care less and was not afraid to tell Koch he is a liar.

During his Monday speech on renewable energy at the National Clean Energy Summit, President Obama said this: "You start seeing massive lobbying efforts backed by fossil fuel interests, or conservative think tanks, or the Koch brothers pushing for new laws to roll back renewable energy standards or prevent new clean energy businesses from succeeding -- that's a problem."

The reality is that Charles Koch slammed the President for daring to tell the truth about the Kochs fossil fuel industry and their conservative think tanks.

Koch said that it was a low blow for the President to speak the truth and also that he was absolutely "flabbergasted" that a politician had the temerity to speak honestly about the Kochs. He said this: "It's beneath the president, the dignity of the president, to be doing that."

By doing that Koch means President Obama told an audience what they are very well aware of; not only are the Kochs waging war on clean and renewable energy, they are part of the problem and fund most of the massive lobbying efforts to eliminate renewable energy standards and obstruct new clean energy businesses from even starting, much less succeeding.

Charles Koch wants Americans to believe the he and his billionaire brother, the fossil fuel industry, Koch-funded belief tanks like Americans for Prosperity and Heritage Action, are rabid supporters of clean and renewable sources of energy and it was beneath the President to dare say otherwise.

Koch portrayed President Obama's remarks as an unwarranted personal attack and claimed he could not believe the President would say so many things about us that were the opposite of the truth. What Koch did not expect was that the President of the United States would have the temerity to tell exactly the truth about the billionaire oil magnates attempts to thwart every possible effort to shift America to clean and renewable energy.

Charles Koch is a typical right-wing liar, and two years ago the brothers state-level legislative arm the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and Americans for Prosperity embarked on a massive campaign and crusade to do exactly what President Obama accused them of; pushing legislation to roll back clean energy standards to kill jobs and keep air and water quality on par with third world developing countries.

The White House did not back down from the truth about the Koch brothers and White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Koch's comments do not match with reality; in street language he called Charles Koch a liar. He said this: "I'm not sure whether to describe those comments as remarkably rich or utterly predictable. It's that when the president is advocating the end of tax subsidies that benefit oil and gas companies, that somebody who has made billions of dollars leading an oil and gas company, might not think very highly of that policy proposal."

What Earnest did not elaborate on, or even mention, are the millions upon millions of dollars the Koch's and their fossil fuel cohorts spend every year on legislative repeal efforts to put an end to renewable energy standards and thwart the availability and usage of clean and renewable energy like wind and solar by Americans.

In fact, during the President's speech in Nevada he came out in support of consumers battling a giant energy supplier's efforts to put an abrupt end to Nevada's nation-leading solar panel industry with valuable assistance from the Koch-funded ALEC.

If Charles Koch did not appreciate the President calling out the Koch brothers by name, he was likely astonished that the White House would dare "hit back" at the Kochs and call them out on their continued lying. Earnest said he was not sure if Koch's comments were "remarkably rich or utterly predictable," but he clarified the White House's position when he said, "Koch's comments do not match reality."

In other words, he called Charles Koch a liar who is so ensconced in mendacity that it is highly likely that the President's truth did hurt poor Charles and David Koch.

Ted Cruz Makes A Fool Of Himself During Interview With Megyn Kelly
By: Steve - August 30, 2015 - 10:30am

During his time in the Senate, Ted Cruz has proven to be an absolute joke. It blows my mind that there are millions of Republicans in this country who actually take this clown seriously. Not only is he one of the most extreme politicians we have in this country, he is the most dishonest, because almost nothing he says is true.

It should not be a surprise that when Cruz went on The Kelly File Tuesday night on Fox News, he made an absolute fool out of himself. It started with Megyn Kelly asking him if he would deport American citizens born to illegal immigrants, like Donald Trump said he would do. "Do American citizen children of two illegal immigrants get deported under a President Cruz?," Kelly asked.

After saying he didn't want to "play her game" -- because apparently asking a serious policy question that has major implications on the lives of millions of Americans (as well as our Constitution) is unreasonable to Cruz -- he finally tried to blame her question on the so-called liberal mainstream media.

Seriously, "I get that's the question you want to ask," Cruz responded. "That's also the question every mainstream media liberal journalist wants to ask."

I would think any credible journalist would want to ask a presidential candidate whether or not they would support deporting millions of American citizens. I have no idea how any sane person could see Kelly's question as some sort of "gotcha liberal media" ploy against Republicans.

The GOP is the party that has several of its candidates coming out against birthright citizenship, so all she was doing was asking Cruz to clarify his stance on an issue that's been at the forefront of his party for the last few weeks. So, being that Cruz apparently felt she was playing some sort of game, Kelly flat-out asked him if he thought it was an unfair question, pressing him on the fact that he seemed to be purposely avoiding giving her a simple yes or no answer.

His response was exactly what you would expect from Cruz -- just a list of talking points that had nothing to do with whether or not he, like Trump, would call for the deportation of millions of American citizens who were born to illegal immigrants.

Cruz once again came off looking unprepared and like someone who has no business running for president. While I'm sure his supporters would disagree, I think most rational people would agree that he absolutely embarrassed himself during this interview.

Kelly even laughed at him a couple of times while he was trying to dance around and make excuses for why he wouldn't answer her very simple question.

I think it's time for a new rule, it would say if you are a Republican who can't even handle an interview on Fox News, you should be banned from running for public office.

Hillary Beats Trump With Hispanics By 91 Percent
By: Steve - August 29, 2015 - 10:30am

Think about this Republicans, to be the next President you need to win at least 40 percent of the Hispanic vote. And as of now Donald Trump has a -51 point approval rating with hispanics, which means if the Republicans nominate him he can never win.

A Gallup survey released on August 24th, of 2,183 Hispanic adults conducted during July and August, reveals just how deeply unpopular Donald Trump has become with Latino voters. Given Trump's highly racist campaign, it should come as little surprise that the billionaire is not well liked by Hispanic voters. However, the extent to which Latinos hate Trump is truly staggering.

Only 14 percent of Hispanic adults say they have a favorable opinion of Donald Trump, compared to 65 percent who do not. Trump's net favorable rating is an incredibly dismal (-51) percentage points. To put that in perspective, on the opposite side of the political spectrum, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has a 58 percent favorable to 18 percent unfavorable rating with Latinos.

Clinton's positive (+40) rating is an almost incomprehensible 91 percentage points better than Trump's rating with Hispanics.

Since entering the presidential race, Donald Trump has made demonizing Latinos, especially Mexican immigrants, a cornerstone of his campaign. He referred to undocumented Mexicans as rapists during his highly publicized kick off event, and he hasn't backed off his xenophobic rhetoric since.

By contrast, Hillary Clinton has expressed support for a humane, common sense immigration policy. She made that clear by issuing a statement in May, where she said this:
The American people support comprehensive immigration reform not just because it's the right thing to do, and it is, but because it will strengthen families, strengthen our economy, and strengthen our country.

That's why we can't wait any longer, we can't wait any longer for a path to full and equal citizenship. Now, this is where I differ with everybody on the Republican side.
The contrast between the two candidates could not be more stark. Fortunately, Hispanic-Americans appear to be paying attention to the clear differences between the two candidates.

As long as Donald Trump stays insulated within the overwhelmingly white GOP primaries and caucuses, he can maintain an illusion of electoral viability. However, in a head to head match up with Hillary Clinton, Trump's miserable showing with Hispanic voters would all but guarantee his defeat in key swing states like Nevada and Colorado.

And a Trump candidacy would open the door for Hillary Clinton to win Arizona and possibly Texas as well. Donald Trump has built a wall between himself and Hispanic voters and if he becomes the Republican nominee, he will make the GOP pay for it.

GOP Might Take Trump Out And Rig Their Primary So He Can Not Win
By: Steve - August 28, 2015 - 10:30am

But if you ask Bill O'Reilly Trump is good for the party, so if that is true why are the Republican big shots thinking of rigging their primary so Trump can not win, O'Reilly has no answer for that.

Almost nothing in politics surprises me anymore. From totally dishonest and ridiculous campaign ads to comments that right out of a Saturday Night Live sketch, sometimes our political process is one big clown car.

But every once in a while something comes along that surprises me -- which is exactly what happened when I saw this story. It looks like the South Carolina Republican Party has put in place a policy that states they will not allow a candidate on their primary ballot unless they sign a pledge not to run as a third-party candidate and promise to support whichever candidate ultimately wins the nomination.

It's a policy that other states are also thinking about putting on place. Clearly this is aimed at Donald Trump and his refusal to rule out the possibility that he will run as a third-party candidate, a move that would absolutely crush any chance Republicans have in the 2016 election. And I could care less that this is aimed at taking down a right-wing jerk like Trump, this is a blatant slap in the face of democracy.

The South Carolina Republican Party has implemented a policy that might leave the current leading Republican candidate for president off their ballot unless he agrees to what is pretty much blackmail. Not only that, isn't democracy supposed to be about what the voters want?

This is basically the South Carolina Republican Party trying to rig the election by either leaving Trump off the ballot or forcing him to sign some pledge that might be in stark contrast to what millions of conservatives want -- which would be for Trump to run as an independent if he doesn't win the party's nomination.

And btw, there is absolutely no chance this will not end in disaster. If Trump does not sign this pledge and he is left off the primary ballot in South Carolina (or any number of other states thinking of doing the very same thing), you're going to see more write-in votes for a candidate than at any time in this nation's history. Not only that, but I can't see Trump supporters taking this lying down.

You want to see total and complete chaos break out? Tell millions of conservatives across this country that the Republican candidate they want as their nominee might not be on their state's ballot. I can promise you that's not going to go well for any state that tries to do that.

Other than that, there is a glaring flaw in this crazy plan to begin with: If South Carolina sticks to this policy, and other states follow their lead -- leaving Trump off the Republican ballot -- that would almost guarantee he would run as a third-party candidate. The exact thing they were trying to prevent in the first place.

I also wonder how this is even legal. How can a leading candidate for a political party be left off a ballot because they refuse to sign a pledge that's not binding to the Constitution of the United States or our election laws? Then, say Trump were to sign something as absurd as this pledge, would that legally prevent him from running as a third party candidate?

I do not think it would. This is nothing but the Republican Party's attempt to get conservatives turning against Trump by pointing out he won't sign the pledge or they know that it's very unlikely he would ever sign it. In other words, they're trying to rig the party's nomination to block him from being their candidate for president.

Either way, it's crazy and if I were a conservative, I would be mad as hell. What South Carolina did, and what other states are thinking of doing as well, is a blatant attack on democracy and what elections are supposed to be about.

And of course, Bill O'Reilly has not said a word about it. But if the Democratic party did something like this to a Democratic candidate, e would lose his mind and report it every night for a week.

Reality Check: Jeb Bush Is A Joke & His Numbers Are Terrible
By: Steve - August 28, 2015 - 9:30am

And if the Republicans elect another Bush to run against the Democrat after what George W. Bush did when he was President, they are dumber than I thought. After what George did, no Bush should ever be elected to any office, let alone President.

Back in 2008, if you had told Americans that just eight years later another Bush would be running for president, most people would say you were out of your mind. Now with Jeb Bush's candidacy, there's a chance that this country could potentially elect a third Bush to the White House.

Even though he was long considered a sure bet Republican frontrunner and the most likely nominee, that's looking less and less likely all the time. Bush's first problem is that he's basically just another Mitt Romney. By that I mean, he's someone who was recruited to run for president mainly because of just how terrible all the other candidates are.

He was seen as the "most electable" of all the clowns -- the "sure-bet" Republican who could appeal to moderates and win the independent vote (wishful thinking, but these people don't usually deal in reality as it is). Now his campaign is all but on life support as recent poll numbers have him continuing to fall out of favor with Republican voters.

Real Clear Politics currently has him 11 points behind Trump and only one point ahead of Ben Carson in their average of national polling, while he's currently 6th in Iowa (tied with Marco Rubio) and 3rd in New Hampshire. He's been nosediving in pretty much any and every legitimate poll that's been released since April. Not only that, but if you look at the Fox News poll that RCP references, he comes in fourth behind Trump, Carson and Cruz nationally.

As the presumptive favorite to win the nomination, if you can't even do well in a Fox News poll -- you're screwed. Meanwhile, earlier this week Donald Trump called him "low-energy," saying it's hard for Bush to "get things done." Not to be outdone, Ted Cruz just called Bush "confused" about immigration law.

While we can go back and forth all day about the merits of Jeb Bush's campaign, his biggest problem is -- he's a Bush. Not that I'm saying his last name instantly disqualifies him from being president; I'm more focused on his genetics. The more he talks, the more he reminds the American people of his brother.

It's hard to run for president claiming you're not George W. Bush, when you're essentially setting up a presidential campaign comprised of many of his former advisers and policies that look a whole lot like what he supported.

Let's take a look at a few of the really idiotic things Jeb has said over the last few months: He literally tried to criticize President Obama for being too intelligent (no, that's not a joke). He said Americans don't work hard enough. He said it was "arrogant" to trust the overwhelming scientific consensus that climate change is real.

He publicly stated that he doesn't believe gay Americans can provide loving homes for children. He actually tried using the Apple Watch as a way to attack the Affordable Care Act. He said he would have invaded Iraq just like his brother -- then it took him of being destroyed in the media to finally say he misspoke. And all of those happened in just the last few months -- we're not going back years here.

He's often been called the smarter Bush, but I'm not sure if we can even call him that at this point. As someone who's always seen him as the person I believed would walk away with the nomination, even I'm doubting his ability to become the GOP nominee.

In general, conservatives were never really that enthusiastic about him in the first place. But it seems that even the low expectations many of them had for him aren't being met.

He's not out of it yet obviously (it is still relatively early and he's still top 5 in most Republican polls), but at this rate, all of the political rhetoric, spin and Super PAC money in the world won't be able to fix Jeb Bush's campaign. Which is fine by me.

Speaker Boehner Called Ted Cruz A Jackass At Republican Fundraiser
By: Steve - August 27, 2015 - 11:30am

According to attendees of a Colorado fundraiser, Speaker of the House John Boehner recently called fellow Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz a jackass.

Two separate witnesses tell The Daily Caller's Alex Pappas that Boehner made the comments during a fundraiser for Republican Congressman Scott Tipton.

Boehner said that he liked that Cruz's presidential campaign kept "that jackass" out of Washington, and from telling him how to do his job.

"I don't think it's Speaker-like, and I think it kind of goes against everything that Reagan ever said about disparaging Republicans," one witness said.

The other agreed, saying "I about fell on the floor" when he heard Boehner say it.

Obama Slams The Republican Koch Brothers For Opposing Solar Power
By: Steve - August 27, 2015 - 11:00am

President Obama made a political and an economic case for solar energy Monday, telling an industry summit in Las Vegas that the explosive growth in solar power "has some big fossil fuel interests pretty nervous."

"Now, it's one thing if you're consistent in being free market. It's another thing when you're free market until it's solar that's working and people want to buy and suddenly you're not for it any more," he said.

"When you start seeing massive lobbying efforts backed by fossil fuel interests, or conservative think tanks, or the Koch brothers pushing for new laws to roll back renewable energy standards, or to prevent new clean energy businesses from succeeding, that's s problem," Obama said, singling out industrialists Charles and David Koch for the first time in a climate speech.

Koch-backed groups have fought clean energy mandates in several states, comparing the policies to the health insurance mandates under Obamacare.

'"That's not the American way. That's not progress. That's not innovation. That's rent seeking. That's standing in the way of progress," Obama said.

Obama said opponents are stifling customer choice. And he noted that even some Tea Party leaders were supporting pro-solar policies.

The president has made climate change the signature issue of his second-term agenda, and is highlighting the flooding, storns, drought, wildfires, polar ice melting and other effects of increasing global temperatures.

In Las Vegas Monday, he struck an optimistic tone, echoing his campaign slogan of "Yes, we can."

Obama said the growth in solar -- which is 20 times bigger than it was in 2008, is "like evolving from the telegraph to the smartphone in less than a decade." "I'm here to give you hope, but not complacency," he said.

Companies like Wal-Mart and Google were turning to solar and renewable energy "not because they're tree-huggers," he said, but because they're cost cutters."

Republican Senator Says Idiot Trump Could Destroy The Republican Party
By: Steve - August 27, 2015 - 10:00am

Now think about this, Bill O'Reilly said Trump is good for the Republican party.

For quite a few years now I have been predicting the end of the Republican party. My feeling has been that, over time, the voice of the radical right (tea party loons) would continue to grow louder and louder, ultimately putting the Republican party in a dangerous position where it would either have to fully embrace the crazies or risk ripping the party apart.

Despite what we all might think about the GOP, party leaders are well aware that eventually Republicans are going to have to tone down some of their far-right rhetoric (particularly gay rights and immigrants) if they want to remain relevant nationally -- especially during presidential elections.

And there is the problem: How do you pander to ultra-conservatives who harbor bigotry, racism and out-of-touch ignorance on many social issues while still appealing to a society that's becoming increasingly more progressive with each generation? The truth is, they can't.

If Republicans try to walk the line of the more moderate aspects of the party of the 80's and 90's, while still allowing the tea party to heavily influence large parts of the GOP, eventually what you're going to see is the party ripped in two.

And it looks like the Republican Senator Lindsey Graham agrees with me, saying during a CNN interview that if the "complete idiot" Trump wins the GOP nomination, it would be "the end of the Republican party."

He also set his sights on Trump's ignorance concerning military matters and foreign policy. "He's shallow," Graham exclaimed. "He's ill-prepared to be commander in chief. He's a complete idiot when it comes to Mideast policy."

While I'm sure many people will dismiss Graham's comments as just a fellow GOP candidate who's desperate for attention, I think his comments are actually more telling of a much larger problem brewing within the Republican party. As Trump's star continues to rise, I think it's obvious the RNC (and most Republicans) cannot stand the fact that he's the party's overwhelming favorite right now to win the nomination.

But the problem is, they don't know what the hell to do about it. If they try to take him out, they'll only increase the likelihood that he runs as a third-party candidate. But at the same time, if they embrace him, they're well aware that he stands almost no shot at winning in the general election.

They are literally, in a no-win situation. Their only real hope is that Trump's extreme rhetoric eventually brings himself down. Otherwise, there's not a whole lot they can do about his continued rock star status among conservative voters. If Trump does ultimately win the nomination, I believe Graham is right when he says that it would most likely be the end of the Republican party.

More Donald Trump Lies Exposed For The People To See
By: Steve - August 26, 2015 - 11:00am

"They love me," Donald Trump said of Hispanic-American immigrants during an interview with NBC News last month. "And I'll tell you something: If I get the nomination, I'll win the Latino vote."

But after viewing the latest Gallup poll of 2,183 Hispanic adults conducted over the weeks since he first made those statements, Trump's prediction looks more laughable than ever.

Gallup said Trump's net favorability rating with Hispanics compared to the rest of GOP field is dead last.

A full 65% of Hispanic voters surveyed said they view Trump unfavorably, with only 14% saying they have a positive view of him. After calling Mexicans "rapists" and vowing to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants, it's a wonder those numbers are not worse for him.

Most of the GOP candidates have net negative ratings with Hispanics, but none of them come close to Trump at -51%. At -7%, Ted Cruz and Rick Perry are tied for the second-worst performance, but they are also less familiar to the population in question.

Meanwhile, Jeb Bush has the best rating of any Republican at +11%, with 34% of Hispanic voters viewing him favorably and 23% viewing him unfavorably. Of course, the survey mostly took place before Bush embraced the term "anchor babies."

The Democratic candidates did much better in the Gallup poll, with Hillary Clinton leading the pack at a +40 net favorability rating (58% favorable to 18% unfavorable).

In 2012, Latino voters, who made up 10% of the electorate, chose Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by a margin of 71-27%. Next year, the group is expected to grow to 11% of the total voting population.

And btw folks, if you do not win at least 40% of the hispanic vote you will never be the President, and no Republican in the race is even close to 40%.

The Real Truth About Republican Trickle Down Economics
By: Steve - August 26, 2015 - 10:00am

O'Reilly and his right-wing friends are constantly promoting trickle down economics, even though it is a scam and does not work, and here is a great example of it.

The Republican party's economic ideology is based on tax cuts, commonly referred to as "trickle-down economics." It is generally the belief that the more the rich have, the better off the rest of us will be via more jobs, higher wages and a stimulated economy.

Except, that's not at all what's happened. Over the last 30+ years the rich have gotten richer while the rest of us have fallen further and further behind. Then again, that's what we should have expected. To believe tax cuts would create jobs is ludicrous. Businesses create jobs when demand dictates that they're needed. No business is going to create jobs it doesn't need just because their taxes were cut.

In fact, most businesses continue to prove that their main goal when it comes to wages is to pay their employees as little as possible. I think if you ask most people they will tell you their pay increases, benefits and overall perks at their jobs have gotten worse, not better, over the last three decades.

No other state in the country proves what a scam trickle-down economics is better than Kansas. Back in 2012, Republican Governor Sam Brownback promised that his "new pro-growth tax policy will be like a shot of adrenaline into the heart of the Kansas economy." Since then, the Kansas economy has been an absolute mess.

The state has been saddled with a massive deficit, creating a situation so dire that just a few months ago even some Republicans in Kansas were admitting that taxes needed to be raised. You know things are getting bad when Republicans are talking about raising taxes. Well, things just keep getting worse as jobs numbers in the state continue to disappoint.

According to The Kansas City Star: This has been a bad week for Gov. Sam Brownback and others who believe his massive income tax cuts are going to dramatically boost employment in the state. A new report Friday showed that Kansas had lost a whopping 4,300 jobs in July from a month earlier.

The unemployment rate climbed for the fourth straight month, up to 4.6 percent, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. And look at this: The State now has 1,700 fewer jobs than it did at the start of 2015. One more fact from the latest report shows that Kansas has added only 5,600 total jobs in the last year -- from July 2014 to July 2015.

The new information shows that the tax cuts have drained the Kansas treasury of hundreds of millions of dollars in the past two years, and are not working to attract employers and jobs. I would like to take this time to remind everyone that while Kansas struggles, we've seen historic economic growth and job creation in the last 12-18 months nationally. In fact, 2014 was the best year for job creation since the 90's.

So, Kansas passes these massive tax cuts, then proceeds to see their deficits skyrocket and job creation weaken. If that scenario sounds familiar, it should -- that's exactly what George W. Bush did when he was the President.

Republicans will even admit that income inequality is an issue, but their solution is more of the same policies that caused it in the first place. The bottom line is this, these tax cuts do nothing but make the rich even wealthier at the expense of everyone else.

It's a fact that even with all of these examples showing where tax cuts have been an absolute economic disaster every single time they're implemented, Bill O'Reilly and millions of conservatives still continue to cling to these failed economic policies.

Five Issues Republicans Use To Fool The People
By: Steve - August 25, 2015 - 11:00am

You have probably often wondered why so many conservatives seem to vote against their own self interests. After all, there are millions of poor and middle class Americans who vote for a party that literally advocates for policies that help no one but the rich and the corporations, at the expense of everyone else.

I can't count how many times I've met a conservative who relies on Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security or some other government program to survive who still continues to support a party that desperately tries to cut or flat-out eliminate many of these programs.

Not only that, but it's comically hypocritical for someone who's living off a program such as Social Security to claim that they don't need the government to do anything for them. But while it's undeniable that this phenomenon is maddening, it's really not all that complicated to figure out.

Republicans are masters at distracting their voters with "shiny objects" so that many of them will never really think about all the damage their own party is doing to not only this country, but to their own personal lives. So, I thought I'd list 5 of the issues Republicans often use to distract their voters into voting against their own interests.

1. Religion: This one is a no-brainer. Throughout human history religion has been the go-to method for manipulating large groups of people the easiest. Basically, if you want the most effective way to control people and get them to act completely irrationally, religion is your best bet - which is exactly what the GOP does.

2. Abortion: While this one is sort of tied in with religion, it's really more about controlling women. Because I can promise you this much, if men were the ones getting pregnant - there wouldn't be any "debate" over the legalities of abortion. It would be legal and most Republicans would happily embrace it.

Not only that, the "debate" over abortion was decided over 40 years ago by the Supreme Court. Republicans just use this abortion propaganda to get people worked up over an issue that was decided almost a half century ago.

Abortion should not even be talked about in politics, because it is legal and it is none of their business to tell a woman if she can have a child or not.

3. Anti-poor propaganda: It's amazing how Republicans are quick to vilify the poor who rely on government programs to survive, often playing up rhetoric that typically goes something like this, "Your hard-earned tax dollars going to some moocher who doesn't want to work" - yet they never seem to mention that some of the biggest and wealthiest corporations in this country receive a massive amount of benefits from the government via loopholes in our tax code or federal subsidies.

And that 97% of the poor who get those benefits are people who really need it, like veterans, seniors, children, and the disabled.

When you get right down to it, these are essentially just various forms of corporate welfare. But, yes, by all means let's continue to focus on the small percentage of Americans who abuse programs like SNAP or Medicaid - just please don't ask how these highly profitable companies got away with essentially paying no income taxes every year.

4. Guns: In this country we can't even begin to have a reasonable debate about gun violence because Republicans are too busy selling the idea that, at any moment, Americans are going to need our 300 million guns we currently have in our society so that we can rise up and defend ourselves against burglars, Islamic radicals, the U.S. military or pretty much anything else they can use to wrongly scare people.

Meanwhile, they push the ridiculous idea that guns make us safer - even though we lead the modern world in gun violence and have the most guns of any comparable nation. So, if guns truly made us safer, we should rank last in gun violence in the world - not first.

5. This is an O'Reilly Favorite. Traditional American values are under attack: This is basically code for "straight, white Christian males are slowly losing their dominance over the rest of society." The truth is, this county doesn't have any traditional values. We've always been a nation of progress and growth - even if it happens at a much slower pace than what many of us would like.

Traditional values went out in the 60's with Leave It To Beaver and Ward Cleaver, it's just that fools like O'Reilly and others on the right refuse to admit it.

From ending slavery, to women's suffering, to desegregation to legalizing same-sex marriage - we're always evolving from our old traditions of the past. Remember that slavery was once legal and a traditional value, but we evolved from that. While there are a few other issues I could have listed here, I will go ahead and stop at those five.

Loons Have Taken Over The GOP As Trump Carson & Cruz Poll In The Top Three
By: Steve - August 25, 2015 - 10:00am

A Fox News poll released on August 16th, showed Donald Trump continuing to enjoy a dominant lead in the Republican race for the 2016 presidential nomination. Trump polled at 25 percent in the 17 candidate field, well ahead of retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson who was in second place with 12 percent support. Ted Cruz was in third place at 10 percent, with no other candidate in double digits.

Trump’s commanding lead is no longer surprising, given that he has been comfortably ahead in several recent national surveys, released from multiple different polling firms. What makes the Fox News poll so frightening for GOP strategists, however, is that Trump's nearest competitors are not establishment favorites like Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Marco Rubio. Instead, if Trump falters, Ben Carson or Ted Cruz appear to be next in line to ascend to the top of the GOP pack.

Pundits have long argued that Donald Trump will eventually fade as voters take a more sober look at the Republican options and cease their reckless flirtations with candidates on the fringe. However, that "conventional wisdom" is predicated on the notion that Republican voters both want to win in 2016, and that they recognize that choosing a more moderate candidate is their path to victory.

Yes, you heard that right. Even most Republicans are worried about their party, because the top 3 far-right loons are polling in the top 3, and the more electable and moderate candidates are near the bottom. This is great for a Republican primary, but none of them can win a general election, because they are all too extreme far-right.

The Fox News survey suggests that GOP voters are disinterested in choosing one of the Republican establishment candidates with extensive experience governing. In fact, given their preference for political outsiders like Trump and Carson, Republican voters may even see elected experience as a liability. "If you're part of the government, you're part of the problem," they reason.

The notable exception to that adage is Texas Senator Ted Cruz, whose main accomplishment as senator has been as an obstructionist who keeps the U.S. Senate from getting things done.

Republican party leaders have spent the better part of the last two decades stirring up their base with anti-government rhetoric. That strategy has helped them win victories over Democrats in rigged Congressional districts that are gerrymandered, but not without consequences for establishment GOP politicians, who are now facing the wrath of the anti-government voters they helped cultivate.

With GOP voters looking at Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz as their potential saviors, its pretty clear that the angry mobs are not just upset with Barack Obama.

They have grabbed their pitchforks and torches to go after the Republican establishment as well. Jeb Bush and Scott Walker may not have noticed yet, but Republican voters aren't looking for somebody with executive experience as governor.

Instead, they are looking for a candidate with little or no experience, because they have been conditioned to virtually reject the idea of governing at all.

Former Reagan & Bush Senior Policy Advisor Says Trump Exposes Crazy In The GOP
By: Steve - August 23, 2015 - 11:00am

No matter what you think of an already tiring 2016 presidential race, it is a form of entertainment; particularly on the Republican side of things. Of all the contenders on the Republican side, no candidate is more entertaining than Donald Trump and obviously he is something much more than entertainment for his substantial base of support; and it is substantial according to polls.

Many conservatives are enamored with Trump for expressing the hateful hopes and dreams of typical teabaggers, corporatists, and racists, one conservative loves Trump for the same reasons establish Republicans want him out of the presidential race.

One well-known conservative who served as a senior economic policy advisor in the George H.W. Bush administration has a very interesting assessment of Donald Trump's performance and participation in the Republican primary; it is an invaluable service to the conservative movement.

Bruce Bartlett said this: "I love Donald Trump because he exposes everything about the Republican Party that I have frankly come to hate. It is just filled with people who are crazy, and stupid, and have absolutely no idea of what they are taking about. And the candidates, no matter how intelligent they may be, just constantly pander to this lowest common denominator in American politics, crazy, stupid, racist and religious to the dangerous extreme."

Just a few weeks ago, Bartlett also wrote an op-ed in which he said what many political commentators have said for months: "The Trump phenomenon perfectly represents the culmination of populist anti-intellectualism that became dominant in the Republican Party with the rise of the Tea Party. I think many Republican leaders have had misgivings about the Tea Party since the beginning, but the short-term benefits were too great to resist. A Trump rout is Republican moderates best chance to take back the GOP."

Bartlett also said this: "I think the problem is obvious and Trump is pointing this out. Among other things, one of the things that we are seeing very clearly this time more than any other year is that issues don't matter. Policies don't matter. The only thing that matters is attitude. And Trump has exactly the right 'chip on your shoulder' attitude that many, many people find extraordinarily attractive that is completely divorced from whatever he is saying about the issues, which is precious little."

Now, although Trump is revealing the insanity, stupidity, and extremism rampant in the Republican base according to Bartlett, a moderate Republican, another noted conservative and advocate for the Koch Party movement despairs that Trump still exists in the presidential race; because of the national exposure he is providing the significant extremist wing among conservatives.

A typical Koch conservative columnist, George Will, wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post explaining why he (and the Kochs) want Donald Trump thrown out of the Republican presidential primary. Besides exposing how conservatives feel about democracy, even in their own primary process, Will reveals that he understands the Party's base loves Trump because his extremist positions represent the Republican Party and greatly jeopardizes their White House ambitions.

Will wrote this: "A political party has a right to secure its borders. Indeed, a party has a duty to exclude interlopers, including cynical opportunists deranged by egotism. This is why closed primaries are defensible: Let party members make the choices that define the party and dispense its most precious possession, a presidential nomination.

The Republican National Committee should immediately stipulate that subsequent Republican debates will be open to any and all -- but only -- candidates who pledge to support the party's nominee." Remember, this is the Republican movement and not only is there no room for, or tolerance of, dissenting opinions, all policy decisions and talking points are the purview of the Koch brothers and the religious right. Obviously, Donald Trump is not clearing any of his extremist statements with the Kochs or the church; likely because he is aware his extremism comports with a majority of the Republican base.

For the past six years the John Birch Society (Koch brothers) have controlled every aspect of the conservative movement; it is exactly why Donald Trump is so popular with the extremist Republican base. Incidentally, the businessman George Will said accused Republican president Dwight D. Eisenhower of being a "conscious agent of the Communist conspiracy" was none other than John Bircher Fred Koch; Charles and David Koch's father.

As a one-time noted conservative senior policy advisor to Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, Republican Bruce Bartlett has been a thorn in the side of Koch Republicans since 2009 when he began harshly criticizing new President Barack Obama.

Since the Koch brothers created the Tea Party, establishment Republicans embraced the "crazy" that is causing despair among so-called moderate conservatives who recall a less-absurd movement. Now that Donald Trump is bringing the level of absurdity among the base onto the national stage, and other Republicans are struggling to out-crazy the Donald and vie for the base's support, one conservative is taking pleasure and delight because entertaining or not, he celebrates that Donald Trump is exposing the crazy and stupid that is the Republican Party and defines the conservative movement.

It is refreshing to finally see an establishment Republican admit what most Americans and several scientific studies have known for six years; the Republican party is full of "crazy and stupid people with no idea what they are talking about."

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