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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."

Ted Cruz Is A Hypocritical Flip-Flopper On Birthright Citizenship
By: Steve - August 23, 2015 - 10:00am

This just goes to show that these Republicans running for office will say anything to win the primary, even lie about their position on it in the past, as they claim they have never changed their position, when they have.

From the Huffington Post:

WASHINGTON -- Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said on Wednesday that he "absolutely" supports ending automatic citizenship for children born on American soil, as guaranteed by the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

"We should end granting automatic birthright citizenship to the children of those who are here illegally," Cruz said in an interview on Michael Medved's radio show.

"That has been my position from the very first day of my running for the Senate."

But the Texas conservative actually felt differently about the matter while running for the Senate. In a 2010 interview with "The Duke Machado Show," Cruz called efforts to change birthright citizenship misguided because they stood on shoddy legal footing.

"I've looked at the legal arguments against it, and I will tell you as a Supreme Court litigator, those arguments are not very good," he said. "As much as someone may dislike the policy of birthright citizenship, it's in the U.S. Constitution. And I don't like it when federal judges set aside the Constitution because their policy preferences are different."

But he sure likes it now, just because Trump supports it. Even though it will never happen, and he knows it. He is willing to sell out to try and win the Republican primary.

Cruz even argued that the attention should be on securing the U.S.-Mexico border.

"I think it is a mistake for conservatives to be focusing on trying to fight what the Constitution says on birthright citizenship. I think we are far better off focusing on securing the border, because birthright citizenship wouldn't be an issue if we didn't have people coming in illegally," he added.

The issue resurfaced in the 2016 Republican presidential race on Sunday when Donald Trump, who is currently leading the pack, came out in support of ending birthright citizenship. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) did so a day later, and then Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) followed them.

Trump took it a step further on Tuesday, saying that children born to undocumented immigrants on U.S. soil aren't American citizens at all.

Cruz's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on his 2010 remarks.

And of course, the so-called Independent journalist Bill O'Reilly never said a word about any of it. Because he is a biased Republican who does not want to make any Republicans look bad.

For Anyone Interested In Facts: Trump Is Lying To You 80% Of The Time
By: Steve - August 22, 2015 - 11:00am

Here is something you will never hear from the so-called facts only Bill O'Reilly, or anyone at Fox News. When fact-checked by Donald Trump has been proven to be lying about 80% of the time. Making him the biggest liar in the Republican party, even worse than Ted Cruz, which is hard to do.

The only real hope Republicans have is that Trump will eventually self-implode, which is still highly likely to happen. I believe it's only a matter of time before he finally says something that pisses off enough Republicans to where he'll start falling in the polls.

Then again, these are Republican voters we're talking about. Many of these people typically only care about what sounds good - it doesn't matter if it's true or not. Donald Trump is a perfect example of this. According to the respected and non-partisan fact-checking site Politifact, practically nothing of substance that he says is actually true.

Of the 38 comments Politifact has investigated (the vast majority coming after he announced his bid for the White House), zero have been rated as True with only two (5 percent) being rated as Mostly True.

Yes, you heard that right, zero have been rated as 100% true.

On the flip side, an astonishing 30 of his 38 comments (79 percent) have been rated as Mostly False, False or Pants on Fire.

To put it another way, Trump makes serial liar Ted Cruz look like Abe Lincoln by comparison; 9 of the 51 Cruz comments Politifact has fact-checked have been found to be either True or Mostly True, with 35 found to be Mostly False, False or Pants on Fire.

And despite this horrific record of dishonesty, Trump has managed to become the overwhelming candidate in the very crowded GOP field. Once again, when it comes to pandering to conservatives, all you really need to do is tell them what they want to hear; it doesn't matter at all if it's actually true.

Not only that, but he almost never provides any details about how he would do anything. I can't count how many times I've seen someone from the press push him to provide specific details on how he would do some of the things he's promised to do if elected and his answer typically goes something like this: Listen, I'll do what no other candidate can do and it will be fabulous.

These other losers can't get done what I've promised to do within the first few weeks after I take office. I'll do wonderful things for this country. While I'm obviously paraphrasing, that's generally how he answers most requests to give specifics about his policies and how he plans to implement them.

It's actually comical to watch him get asked specific questions, then dance his way around them while trying not to actually answer them. No matter what ultimately ends up happening as it relates to Donald Trump and his quest for the White House, it is a testament to the absurdity of the Republican party that someone like Trump could actually become their presidential frontrunner and hold a commanding lead for as long as he already has.

And the total butt-kissing Bill O'Reilly is helping Trump by putting him on his show and defending him. O'Reilly even said Trump was good for the Republican party, when he is killing them and making them all look like far-right racist fools. O'Reilly loves it and thinks Trump is great, because he is also a far-right loon, just as Trump is, and they are good friends.

More Proof Mike Huckabee Is A Far-Right Religious Loon
By: Steve - August 22, 2015 - 10:00am

I have said many times that the Republican party (especially the evangelical far-right) operates more like a cult than a political movement. These are people who really don't care about facts or reality, just what they want to be real. You can show them overwhelming evidence that disproves one of their beliefs, and it does not matter because they just don't care. Not only that, but most of these people lack any ability to even be the slightest bit reasonable or rational about anything.

Remember that these are the same people who vote for a political party whose economic ideology is built on the premise that we need to make the wealthiest Americans even richer and somehow the rest of us will benefit. Which is just insane.

So when it comes to abortion they are even more insane, if not flat-out disturbing and dangerous. Take for instance someone like GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee who literally said that he does not believe a 10-year-old who was sexually assaulted should have the option to have an abortion.

"Creating one problem that is horrible, let nobody be misled, a 10-year-old girl being raped is horrible -- but does it solve a problem by taking the life of an innocent child? And that's really the issue." Huckabee said.

And to that I would say this: Are you f-ing kidding me? The issue is a child -- a 10-year-old child -- who was forced to give birth after being brutally victimized by a child rapist, that is the only issue that matters here. Not your political or religious beliefs, it is not about you or your positions on abortion, it's about making a child have a kid from a rapist, you jackass. This kid is not even a teenager, and to make her have a child by a rapist would be pure insanity.

And this jackass was not done, he also said this: "When an abortion happens, there are two victims," he continued. "One is the child, the other is that birth mother, who often will go through extraordinary guilt years later when she begins to think through what happened, with the baby, with her."

Which is wrong. A recent study found that 95 percent of women who have had an abortion don't regret them. It is astonishing that here we are, in 2015, and it's still acceptable to millions of Americans for someone like Huckabee to go on live television and defend laws that would force a 10-year-old victim of a horrific crime to have a baby.

This guy should not only never be the President, he should never hold any elected office, ever!

When it comes to the "abortion debate," that is about as extreme as it gets. While there are plenty of people who oppose abortion, even many of those people support exemptions for situations such as this. There are still millions of people who don't. You know, those who tend to think that the result of the sexual assault on this poor 10-year-old girl was just a beautiful gift from God. Just like a religious cult leader brainwashing his followers.

To honestly believe that a 10-year-old child who was victimized should be forced to go through a painful pregnancy and be victimized yet again, possibly having her life threatened in the process, classifies Huckabee as the lowest form of scum on earth.

Mike Huckabee has turned into nothing more than a sick and twisted con man trying to scam religious fools out of their money, using a cult-like mindset where religious ideology matters more than basic human decency.

Biased O'Reilly Ignores Poll Showing Christie Losing To Hillary In His Home State
By: Steve - August 21, 2015 - 11:00am

When the Democrat Al Gore ran for President and he was losing to the Republican George W. Bush in his home State, it was a big deal for O'Reilly and all of Fox News. Every day about 50 times a day O'Reilly and Fox reported how Gore does not deserve to be the President if he can not even win his home State.

In fact, O'Reilly reported it more than anyone. I personally remember O'Reilly saying it a hundred times over a 6 month time frame. But now that Hillary is crushing Christie in his home State O'Reilly and Fox are not saying a word, nothing, except silence.

A new Rutgers-Eagleton poll demonstrated both the strength of Hillary Clinton and demise of Chris Christie as Clinton leads Christie by 23 points in his home state of New Jersey.

According to the poll:
Clinton continues to command high favorability ratings here. Her 59 percent favorable to 31 percent unfavorable rating puts her well ahead of any other figures the poll tested, including President Obama (53 percent favorable to 38 percent unfavorable).

One result of her strong showing is that she easily crushes potential 2016 Republican opponents in New Jersey head-to-head matchups. She tops Gov. Chris Christie, 58 percent to 35 percent; former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, 58 percent to 32 percent;and Wisc. Gov. Scott Walker, 60 percent to 29 percent.
Republicans desperately need a candidate who can flip some blue states into their column in 2016. That candidate isn't Chris Christie. Gov. Christie's plunging approval ratings and scandal-plagued administration would be enough to for most potential candidates to realize that a run for the White House isn't in the cards.

The reality is that Hillary Clinton would beat most of the potential Republican field in their home states. Candidates like Rick Perry and Rand Paul would win their home states with ease because they are very Republican, but the Republican governors in blue states like Christie and Scott Walker would struggle to win their home states as well as find it difficult to turn other blue states red.

The only potential Republican, who could flip a blue state or two is Jeb Bush, and there are questions about how effective he will be as a candidate. Hillary Clinton has a great chance of keeping almost all of the states that President Obama carried while adding a few more. As this poll illustrates, Chris Christie is living a lie if he still thinks that he can be elected president.

Insane Trump Tells O'Reilly The 14th Amendment Will Not Hold Up In Court
By: Steve - August 21, 2015 - 10:00am

This is so wrong and so ridiculous it is just laughable. The insane Donald Trump now says the 14th amendment will not hold up in court, which not only is wrong, it's laughable to think that, let alone say it on national television.

It never ceases to amaze me how often Republicans prove just how little they actually understand about our Constitution. Then again, conservatives really don't care much for our Constitution in the first place. Sure, they often claim to be the party for "Constitutional values" when that's complete nonsense. I'm not sure how someone can claim to support our Constitution, while frequently crying about the rights that very same Constitution gives certain Americans who Republicans don't feel should have them.

A recent talking point being pushed by many Republican presidential candidates is a call to completely gut the 14th Amendment and redefine what constitutes an American citizen. Though I can't help but laugh at how haphazardly several of these candidates talk about changing a Constitutional Amendment considering it's an extremely difficult process to undertake, and virtually impossible.

And btw folks, here is something you may not know. The last time a change to the constitution was submitted by Congress to the states for ratification was September 25, 1789. The amendment became part of the United States Constitution on May 7, 1992, following a record-setting ratification period of 202 years, 7 months, and 12 days.

So, Trump and the Republicans are either idiots who have no business working in our government because they have no idea how our Constitution operates or they're willfully treating conservative voters like idiots by implying that changing a Constitutional Amendment is a simple process.

Take the comments made by Donald Trump during an interview with Bill O'Reilly Tuesday night where the current GOP frontrunner said that the 14th Amendment won't hold up in court. O'Reilly pointed out that mass deportations of immigrants who are now considered American citizens can't happen due to the Fourteenth Amendment.

"Many lawyers are saying that's not the way it is in terms of this," Trump said. "They are saying it is not going to hold up in court. It will have to be tested but they say it will not hold up in court."

So some lawyers (who are most likely on his payroll) tell him something, that does not mean they are right, they are probably just telling Trump what he wants to hear, because they are clearly wrong.

Trump is actually saying that anyone who was born in the United States to an illegal immigrant should have their American citizenship stripped from them and be immediately deported.

So let's take a look at the very first part of the Fourteenth Amendment:
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.
Seems pretty straightforward to me. All persons born in the United States are citizens of the United States period. If Republicans don't like the 14th amendment, then we have this thing called the Constitution which gives our government the ability to amend it to make changes deemed necessary by our government if there's enough support in our government to do it.

And now a cold hard fact: There is absolutely no way in hell there will ever be enough votes in Congress who support ripping apart our Fourteenth Amendment to ever change the fact that every human being born in the United States is an American citizen.

So, as usual, Trump is an idiot. And I found it absolutely hilarious that Trump would actually try to claim that a Constitutional Amendment will not hold up in court. Because our courts only interpret the Constitution - they cannot change it. Only Congress can change it, so the court has nothing to do with it.

The 14th Amendment clearly defines that anyone born in this country, regardless of the citizenship status of their parents, becomes an American citizen. No rational person can read our 14th Amendment and say otherwise.

Ann Coulter Calls O'Reilly Stupid Over Trump Immigration Plan
By: Steve - August 20, 2015 - 11:40am

Yesterday, she announced that she "hates" Carly Fiorina. Today, she called Bill O'Reilly "stupid."

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter has held nothing back over the past couple of days in her unwavering defense of Donald Trump and, specifically, his plan to mass-deport illegal immigrants if elected president.

Trump defended his immigration plan during an appearance on O'Reilly's Fox News show Tuesday night, saying that he would be allowed to deport so-called "anchor babies" because they aren't really U.S. citizens under the 14th Amendment.

But at the end of the interview, O'Reilly fired back at Trump.

"If you're born here you're an American. Period. Period," the Fox News host said.

Coulter, who was apparently traveling at the time the interview aired, later took to Twitter and blasted O'Reilly over his comment.

Coulter: "Just got off a plane and my email feed is exploding with denunciations of Bill O'Reilly for interview w/ @realDonaldTrump on 'THE FACTOR,'" she tweeted.

Coulter sent another tweet one minute later: "Sorry for delay. O'Reilly: "YOU WANT ME TO QUOTE YOU THE AMT? IF YOU'RE BORN HERE YOU'RE AN AMERICAN. PERIOD! PERIOD!" #GoodGodHesStupid."

Now get this, O'Reilly said he would respond to anyone who goes after him, so let's see if he responds to Coulter. I doubt he will, because Coulter is loved by the far-right, and O'Reilly does not want to get slammed with hate mail for going after her.

Bill O'Reilly Is Still Lying About His Ratings
By: Steve - August 20, 2015 - 11:30am

And not only is he still lying about his ratings, he used the tip of the day segment to promote the lie.

O'Reilly said this Wednesday night during the Tip of the day segment:

O'REILLY: Monday night's Factor was viewed by well over 4-million people, and everyone working on the show is extremely grateful to you, the viewers.

And that my friends is lies, lies, and more lies.

Here are the facts. The O'Reilly Factor had 3 million 98 thousand total viewers for the Monday show. That is not over 4 million, and it is barely over 3 million. He had 3.098 million total viewers, and 541,000 viewers in the 25 to 54 demo.

Bill O'Reilly is a liar, and if he will lie about his ratings how can you believe anything else he says about anything.

O'Reilly Ignores Republican Plan That Would Kill 9,800 Americans
By: Steve - August 20, 2015 - 11:00am

Tuesday night O'Reilly went on an insane rant claiming that voters are putting their lives in danger by electing liberals, which is insane. And at the very same time the Republican Scott Walker has a plan that (if he is elected President) would actually lead to 9,800 Americans dying, but of course O'Reilly ignored it.

Scott Walker has unveiled his plan to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a system that would kill an estimated 9,800 Americans a year who could no longer afford their health insurance.

Scott Walker's plan to replace the ACA would roll back all of the patient protections in the law, and end subsidies for more than 13 million Americans.

Walker replaces the subsidies with tax credits. According to Walker, "My plan would provide refundable tax credits to individuals who do not have employer-based coverage to make health insurance more affordable and more portable. This would strengthen health insurance markets by enabling individuals to use their tax credits to buy insurance outside the workplace."

The Walker tax credit would range from $900-$3,000 a year. The problem with any plan that replaces Obamacare with tax credits is that it requires people to buy the health insurance before they get the tax credit. The reason the ACA has been so effective is that subsidies lower the purchase price of the policy. Health insurance becomes more affordable, and more people can buy coverage.

Before Obamacare, health insurance costs had increased 131% in ten years.

Walker's tax credits would not provide enough for an individual to purchase affordable health insurance. Under Walker, workers and individuals would have to make more money to afford their health insurance, and the tax credit would not cover the cost of the policy.

The result of the Walker plan would be an increase in the number of people who did not have health insurance because they could not afford it.

According to the American Public Health Association, a non-partisan agency, 9,800 Americans will die each year from lack of health insurance if the subsidies are taken away.

So Walker's plan would kill nearly 10,000 Americans a year because they could no longer afford health insurance. And the majority of those deaths would come from the poor, low wage workers, and minorities.

Republicans wrap their Obamacare repeal plans around the rhetoric of freedom, but the only freedom that Republican ACA replacement plans give the American people is the freedom to die because they would not be able to afford to see a doctor.

Mark Cuban Slams GOP Explaining Why The Party Is Doomed
By: Steve - August 20, 2015 - 10:00am

While I don't agree with everything Cuban says, he is still a very intelligent man whose success is undeniable. He does tend to rub some people the wrong way, but most leaders with strong personalities do that from time to time.

Cuban recently wrote a scathing summary of the Republican party and why it's doomed. "I would prefer to be a Republican. I want smaller government. I want smarter government. Just like most Republicans," Cuban wrote.

And on that, I disagree. I am pretty sure most Americans want a smarter government, not smaller, and not just Republicans. The typical political conflict between Democrats and Republicans isn't whether or not we want an efficient and effective government, but what role the government is ultimately supposed to serve.

And if Republicans really wanted a smaller government, they would be on board with Democrats who are trying to get money out of politics. However, most Republicans strongly oppose overturning the Citizens United ruling which basically equates boatloads of money to "free speech."

So Cuban really ripped into the GOP, saying this:
Put aside that I disagree with Republicans on most social issues. The Republicans have a much bigger problem that will crush them in every Presidential election until this changes. The Republican Party requires that all their Presidential candidates Conform to Consensus. If you don't agree with every platform of the party not only are you called a RINO, a "Republican in Name Only."

You are considered unelectable in primaries and become a source of scorn on Fox News, That's a problem. Leaders don't conform to the consensus. They create consensus to their vision and goals. Leaders don't change their positions mid debate. They welcome scorn from the masses because it creates the opportunity for dialogue. Leaders don't look backwards to condemn what has already been done, they look forward to create a better future.

Leaders are not dogmatic. They are principled and know that change is never easy, but when it's necessary, they must lead. The Republican Party does everything possible to discourage leadership. They want dogma. They want conformity. They want to conserve their romanticized past.
I did find it interesting how he went on to say that he does not want to be a Democrat, yet his entire statement describes a Republican party he wished existed - that would ultimately act a lot like Democrats if it did.

Cuban is trying to tell the Republican party they could expand and be very powerful, if they were smart about it, but of course they will never do that. Because the far-right runs the party, and they are extreme, and they will never change.

More Proof The Republican Party Is Stupid
By: Steve - August 19, 2015 - 11:30am

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Visit the web page I set up, and you will see the stunning bias from O'Reilly and his mostly Republican guests against Barack Obama. Then you will see there is no doubt Bill O'Reilly is a dishonest and biased Conservative. This study is conclusive proof that O'Reilly is in the tank for John McCain.

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Somehow O'Reilly claims that Soros and the Ford Foundation have 15 times more the assets than anyone on the right. When the seven billionaires alone who give money to Newt, have roughly $14 billion more than Soros and the Ford Foundation combined.

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That is a lie, it is not hate, and they are not hate websites. There is real hate on the internet, but O'Reilly does not report it, because most of it is from the right. I have documented this hate in my blog and on a web page, all of it was ignored by Bill O'Reilly, and it was never reported on the Factor.

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