Republicans Bitterly Disappointed as Plot to Deprive Millions of Health Care Fails Bigly

415BeachDem
7/28/17 11:52:58 am
re: #404 Charles Johnson Heh littlegreenfootballs.com

Amazingly, John McCain stepped up and did the right thing tonight. I didn’t think he had it in him, but I’ve never been more happy to be wrong. Here’s malevolent turtle Mitch McConnell expressing his great disappointment that he wasn’t able to strip millions of people of their health …

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Trump Refuses to Endorse Paul Ryan and John McCain in GOP Primaries

The great uniter
490Aucun pays pour les vieux ennemis
8/02/16 7:51:24 pm
re: #480 MsJ And of course if you look at the comments under any Trump related tweet, you find the "cuck" creeps. Note that they think virtue is bad. They've stopped pretending to be any kind of reasonable person, and ...
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John McCain’s Toothless, Dishonest Denunciation of Trump’s Attacks on Khizr Khan

Like most Republican politicians, he wants power more than he wants integrity
380m0nkeyb0y
8/01/16 4:10:32 pm
re: #369 Dr Lizardo wow, Mussolini actually says "...by fellow citizens who are working to make America great." at ~1:08

Arizona GOP Censures John McCain for ‘Liberal’ Record

Don’t they remember “Bomb, bomb, bomb, Bomb bomb Iran”?
330Skip Intro
1/26/14 12:23:30 pm
re: #291 Dark_Falcon I do understand what you're saying, and I also understand your position. If all of these groups and people we post about here seven days a week were just on the fringes of the party - like ...

Jon Stewart on the Media’s Absurd Handshake Meltdown

A gesture so meaningless you can train a basset hound to do it
248BusyMonster
12/12/13 8:54:02 am
re: #35 erik_t You know, pulling out reams of photos of Reagan and the Bushtards shaking hands with all kinds of vile people, and Bush kissing the cheek of one of his Ay-rab buddies, and then forcibly gluing those pictures ...

John McCain Accurately Describes Rand Paul and Ted Cruz: “Wacko Birds”

Not wrong
36Ming
3/09/13 9:22:43 am
re: #5 Skip Intro It is now part of American History that in 2008, the Republican Party candidate for Vice President of the United States was mentally ill. This is a very unpleasant, uncomfortable truth. America will have to come ...

The Next Big GOP Tantrum: The Debt Ceiling

One mild jab from Obama sends the GOP into hours of furious whining about “insults”
59sunnygal
12/31/12 6:23:08 pm
But with this Congress, that was obviously a little too much to hope for at this time. And the Republicans say they were insulted? I don't see anything in Obama's remarks calling out Republicans. But, I guess the shoe fits ...