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GOP, Government Of The People????

No longer will I support the GOP…

They have shown time and again that they are NOT Government of the People…

As the LIEberal DemocRAT Party long ago drifted away from true Liberalism.

The GOP Party has turned into Government Of Politicians, greedy, corrupt, hacks, looking out for themselves and their sponsors..Not the People..

Re-electing John Boehner…Fail…pocking spineless hack!!

Fail…

So I will support those true Conservatives whom I agree with or they agree with my views…

But the GOP Party?

No…

MRC Alert: First Runners-Up Quotes in the MRC’s Best of NQ Annual Awards for the Year’s Worst Reporting

1. First Runners-Up Quotes in the MRC’s Best of NQ Annual Awards for the Year’s Worst Reporting

 

The first runners-up quotes in the MRC’s “Best Notable Quotables of 2014: The Twenty-Seventh Annual Awards for the Year’s Worst Reporting,” which this year we’ve dubbed the “Worst of the Worst.” Some of the 40 judges have already posted their takes on the quotes. Amongst the 14 categories: The Obamagasm Award, The Planet in Peril Award for Climate Hysteria, The Obama’s Orderlies Award for Championing ObamaCare, The Ku Klux Con Job Award for Smearing Conservatives with Phony Racism Charges and The Barbra Streisand Political IQ Award for Celebrity Vapidity.

 

2. A Republican Hosts ‘Hardball,’ Still Bashes GOP on Race

 

Is there a requirement for Republicans to host a show on MSNBC? Trash the GOP and you can anchor a program? Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele on Monday lectured his party about bigotry, wondering, “Is the Republican Party finally ready to confront the issue of race in America?”

 

3. ‘Big Three’ Networks Pounce On GOP Rep. Speaking to White Supremacists In 2002

 

On December 29, Congressman Steve Scalise (R-La.) admitted that he spoke at a convention of white supremacists in 2002 while serving as a Louisiana state legislator and the “big three” (ABC, CBS, and NBC) networks predictably had a field day with the story. On Tuesday, all three networks provided full reports on Congressman Scalise during their morning newscasts totaling 5 minutes 44 seconds. CBS News reporter Jan Crawford declared that “this comes as the GOP is really trying to burnish its image, reach out to African-Americans and other minorities and this obviously does not help.”

 

4. NPR’s Steve Inskeep to Obama: Have The 2014 Midterms ‘Liberated You?’

 

President Obama sat down with Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s Morning Edition, for an interview that aired on Monday, December 29 and was repeatedly tossed softball questions from the lefty reporter throughout their conversation. Inskeep began the discussion by asking President Obama “since your party’s defeat in the election, you have made two major executive actions — one on immigration, one on Cuba…Is there some way in which that election just passed has liberated you?

Butthurt!!!

Mooslims in Minnesota are!!

Butthurt!

By this from GOP Chair in Big Stone County..

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Of course the PC Party (the ones whom cannot find a viable candidate to unseat failed clown AL Franken, or Markie Dayton!) also called the GOP here, made sniveling comments about ‘not offending’ their Mooslim friends…

The Man from Big Stone County refused to make amends…

Replying to the hand ringing and Butthurt Mooslims whining, with this..

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I happen to agree…

Source…

Media BiASS: Not News, Brown Nosing, Butt Licking, Leftist Babbling…

CBS’s Schieffer Empathizes with Obama: Did You Ever Say ‘Are We Ever Going to Get a Break?’

 

In his pre-recorded Face the Nation sit-down with President Barack Obama, CBS’s Bob Schieffer asked about putting more troops into Iraq, fighting ISIS, giving Congress a chance to act first on immigration and whether Democratic election losses were his fault, but he also devoted several questions to empathizing with Obama, as if Obama were a victim of circumstance and not responsible for failures or making situations worse: “You had a tough summer. We saw the rise of ISIS, the outbreak of Ebola, trouble in the Ukraine, illegal immigrants coming across the border, did you ever go back to the residence at night and say, ‘are we ever going to get a break here?’”

 

Halperin on ABC: GOP Must Take Risk and Confront Their Base

 

Appearing on ABC’s This Week w/ George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Mark Halperin co-host of With All Due Respect on Bloomberg, pressed the GOP to take “take some risks” after winning control of the Senate during this year’s midterm elections. Speaking during a panel discussion, Halperin argued that the GOP runs the risk “standing up to the Tea Party caucus and talk radio” but that they must take risks “if they want to do what’s good for their politics and good for the country.”

 

CNN’s Lemon: ‘Why Do People Vote Against Their Own Interests’ With ObamaCare?

 

CNN’s Don Lemon, Chris Cuomo, and Alisyn Camerota stuck to the left’s spin about the results of the 2014 midterm elections on Thursday’s CNN Tonight, as they discussed President Obama’s Wednesday press conference. Lemon wondered, “Why do people vote against their own interests? Because if you look at West Virginia, Kentucky, Arkansas…they put mostly Republicans in office…But they are the states that are benefiting the most from the Affordable Care Act.”

 

NBC: ‘Republicans Have Drawn Their Own Battle Lines’ By ‘Doubling Down’ On ObamaCare Repeal

 

In a report for Thursday’s NBC Today, White House correspondent Kristen Welker continued the network’s effort to preemptively blame Republicans for any gridlock that may occur in Washington following the GOP’s landslide win in Tuesday’s midterm election: “Republicans have drawn their own battle lines, doubling down on their pledge to repeal the President’s signature piece of legislation, ObamaCare, and vowing to approve the Keystone Pipeline, which the President has resisted.” Introducing the segment, fill-in co-host Willie Geist noted congressional leaders meeting with President Obama at the White House on Friday and wondered: “But can a lunch really do anything to break the long-standing gridlock in Washington?”

 

Nets Predicted Republican Doom With Hispanics, Yawn at GOP Surge

 

For years, liberal journalists have been predicting Republican doom with Hispanics, declaring that rage from the growing ethnic population would result in a permanent GOP minority. NBC’s Matt Lauer, for instance, wondered if the severe “damage” could be repaired. Yet, the Republican landslide on Tuesday was powered, in part, by a strong showing with Latinos. So far, this has been ignored by ABC, CBS and NBC.

 

IRS Admits They Never Looked for Lerner’s Missing Emails, Networks Skip Revelation

 

On November 5, Judicial Watch announced that the IRS admitted “that it failed to search any of the IRS standard computer systems for the ‘missing’ emails of Lois Lerner and other IRS officials.” So how many Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) network stories have been dedicated to this latest revelation in the IRS scandal? 0.

 

CNN Hypes Laugh Similarity Between Joni Ernst and Disney Villain

 

On Friday’s CNN Newsroom, Brooke Baldwin played up the apparent similarity between Senator-elect Joni Ernst’s laugh and that of Cruella De Vil, the antagonist from Disney’s 101 Dalmations. Baldwin aired a short segment on Ernst and two newly-elected Republican women in Congress. She ended the part about the Iowa politician with her comparison: “Don’t forget about that laugh. Some people call it contagious; other people have likened it to this.” The anchor then twice played clips of Ernst laughing at her victory rally, followed by De Vil’s evil cackle.

Media BiASS: Continuing Saga of Media Hysterics…

NBC’s Lauer Lectures GOP: Opposing Obama ‘Is Not A Policy’

 

Following the big Republican wave in Tuesday’s midterm election, on Wednesday, Today co-host Matt Lauer immediately demanded that the new GOP-controlled Congress capitulate to President Obama: “Republicans have control of the House and Senate for the first time in eight years….In January, voters are gonna say,’What are you going to do with the power?’ Opposing the President’s policy is not a policy. Specifically, what can Republicans do with this power?” Lauer directed that question to New Jersey Governor and Republican Governor’s Association head Chris Christie.

 

Bob Schieffer on GOP Midterm Wins: ‘The Mood Is Nasty’ In America, Vote an Indictment of Both Parties

 

During CBS News’ midterm coverage in prime time on Tuesday night, Face the Nation moderator Bob Schieffer repeatedly dismissed the significance of the GOP’s electoral victory and peddled liberal talking points to explain away the midterm results. Schieffer began the network’s election coverage by declaring that “the mood is nasty” in America and “the mood is exactly what we’ve been talking about all week. It’s now being reflected in the exit polls. People don’t like the way things are going.” The CBS host continued to minimize the GOP’s midterm victory by insisting that the election was actually an indictment on both political parties: “They are despairing about the government. They don’t like Republicans and they don’t like Democrats. This is not just a referendum on Obama. It’s a referendum on the whole political system.”

 

PBS Journalist: GOP Midterm Victories Mean Americans Have ‘Turned Their Backs on the Planet’

 

The latest in the annals of hyperventilating, far-left, excessive environmental panic turned into personal demonization. When results came in Tuesday night which put Republicans into the majority in the Senate, “Americans had turned their backs on the planet,” Dan Kennedy claimed in a Wednesday post on the WGBH News site.

 

MSNBC Producer, Local Journalists Disgusted By GOP Woman’s Victory

 

TVNewser’s Mark Joyella spotlighted in a Wednesday post how MSNBC managing editor Ilyas Kirmani, the former executive producer for Tamron Hall’s NewsNation program, reacted with disgust to the reelection of the Sunshine State’s attorney general, Republican Pam Bondi. Kirmani posted the word, “Gross,” on a Facebook thread started by Miguel Fernandez, an executive producer at CBS’s Miami affiliate, WFOR.

 

MSNBC Touts ‘Rather Extreme’ Joni Ernst; CNN Predicts One Term for Her

 

MSNBC and CNN zeroed in on the supposed radical right-wing views of Senator-elect Joni Ernst during their live election night coverage. Just after 2 am Eastern on Wednesday, MSNBC’s Luke Russert played up how Ernst was “able to have these rather extreme Tea Party views; and then, moderate them closer to the election.” Just over two hours earlier, CNN’s Dana Bash gave the Iowa Republican a similar label, and predicted she might serve just one term: “Here’s the but: she’s now going to represent a very purple state. So if she goes down that path, she’s going to be a one-term senator.”

 

CBS Worried GOP Congress Will Actually Pass Legislation

 

On Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Norah O’Donnell fretted that the newly elected Republican Congress would dare to pass legislation: “If you look at a number of these new senators, they’re quite conservative. Why wouldn’t they go along with what Rand Paul has said? They’re gonna send bills up to the President, as he told Charlie Rose last night, ‘We’re going to keep sending bills up to the President and we’ll see whether the President wants to work with us or not.’ Is the President going to be forced to veto a bunch of bills?” In response, political director John Dickerson had to give O’Donnell a brief lesson on the Constitution: “Yeah, but that’s okay. That’s the why it’s supposed to work.”

 

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, of All People, Slams Obama for Being Surrounded by ‘Sycophants’

 

President Obama’s problem is that he’s surrounded by sycophants who tell him what he wants to hear, not what he needs to hear. That was the post-election analysis of none other than… Chris Matthews?! “The fact that this President is getting advice from people that say you’re always right is the problem. He’s got too many sycophants around him telling him all you have to keep doing is what you’re doing. What I heard him to do right now is say I was right, we had the wrong electorate last night.”

 

Flashback: Journalists Predicted Midterms Would Be a GOP ‘Referendum’

 

Now that a Republican wave in the midterm elections has resulted in a GOP Senate, big gains in the House and shocking wins in governors races across the country, it’s important to look back on the breathtakingly inaccurate predictions made by liberal journalists about candidates like Wendy Davis, Scott Walker and others. Abortion advocate Davis lost by 20 points in Texas, securing just 39 percent of the vote. Eleanor Clift proclaimed last year: “State Senator Wendy Davis in Texas, with her 11-hour filibuster, will begin to turn the state baby blue.”

Media BiASS: Leftist Media in Hysterics and Denial!! GOOD!!

Denial: Tom Brokaw Claims No ‘Big, Ideological’ Win for GOP

 

Despite the Republicans dramatically retaking the Senate, increasing their majority in the House and upping the number of GOP governors, veteran NBC journalist Tom Brokaw on Tuesday night insisted, “I don’t think that this was a big, ideological election, as much as it was ‘we want to change the team.'” The ex-NBC Nightly News anchor put the responsibility on Republicans: “Will [voters] fall out of love with Republicans that they have elected to office? That all depends on how the Republicans take control of the Senate now and the Congress.” Sounding a bit cranky, Brokaw continued, “Does [Mitch] McConnell back away from repealing, for example, Affordable Care? Will we not hear about Benghazi again for a while and all the other issues that have been coming up?”

 

Andrea Mitchell Slams ‘Scary,’ ‘Non-Factual’ GOP Ads

 

Appearing on MSNBC, Tuesday night, for election returns, anchor Andrea Mitchell angrily denounced Republican ads on Ebola as “scary” and “non-factual.” Hardball host Chris Matthews lamented that ISIS terror attacks had dropped off as an election issue: “How did that cease to be an election issue?” This prompted Mitchell to blast Republicans for their Ebola ads: “But it’s not a substantive argument. It’s a scare tactic…by the Republican opponents of Democratic incumbents who tried to focus on ISIS and Ebola in the scariest, most non-factual ways to take the, you know, the eye off the real, the real issues, which were the economy.”

 

CNN’s Costello Plays Up GOP’s ‘Campaign of Fear’ in Midterms

 

CNN’s Carol Costello hyped how “Republicans have managed to use fear so successfully in these midterm elections” during interviews of two former governors on Tuesday’s CNN Newsroom. Costello contended that “Republicans may be on the verge of winning Senate control – thanks, in large part, to a campaign of fear. If you examine the political ads that many Republican candidates have put out, they don’t extol ideas – but Democrats say they do exploit fear.”

 

ABC Insists ‘The Republican Brand Is Still Very Damaged’

 

Despite the Republican Party taking control of both houses of Congress as well as winning additional governors races, ABC’s Good Morning America made sure to throw some cold water on the GOP victory. On Wednesday morning, co-host George Stephanopoulos and ABC News Political Analyst Matthew Dowd pushed the line that despite the GOP’s midterm victory “the Republican brand is still very damaged.”

 

Chuck Todd Denies GOP Wave Election, Then Changes His Mind

 

During NBC News’s 10:00 p.m. Eastern midterms elections coverage, NBC News political director and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd emphasized that the 2014 midterms were not a Republican wave, but changed his mind within the hour to stating the possibility that it may indeed be a GOP wave. At 10:04 p.m., Todd told Brian Williams in response to his request to walk through “how the Republican plot line” for the evening has unfolded thus far: “What I would say is that everybody is holding serve. Ok? It’s a good Republican night, but it’s not a wave.” Then, at 10:49 p.m., Todd said this about the current state of affairs of the midterm elections: “I think we’re bordering on calling this a wave election. You have an historic number in the House of Representatives.”

 

Politico’s VandeHei: GOP In ‘Hell of A Jam’ If They Win Senate

 

Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Tuesday morning, Politico’s Jim VandeHei absurdly claimed that Republicans would be in big trouble if they took control of the Senate in the midterm election: “…even if Republicans win, I think they’re going to be in a hell of a jam. In that they’re not going to be able to get anything done.” VandeHei predicted Senators like Ted Cruz would be “breathing fire” and that “ultraconservatives” would control the party: “… and it’s what’s gonna make governing almost impossible over the next two years. This happy talk that things can get done is nonsense if you look at the history of the last four years in terms of how these House Republicans want to vote and what the base of the Republican Party responds to.”

 

Liberal CNN Analyst Laments ‘Best Campaigner’ Dems Have in Obama ‘Locked Away in the WH’

 

Early Wednesday morning, liberal CNN political commentator Cornell Belcher groaned during CNN’s midterms elections coverage that the Democratic Party’s top campaigner in President Barack Obama was unable to defend attacks against his record and help Democrats on the campaign trailer because he “was basically locked away in the White House.” During a panel discussion about how the election results panned out and how it all went wrong for the Democrats, Belcher complained: “The problem for the White House has been this – arguably the best campaigner our party has was basically locked away in the White House and, in fact, when they were leading attacks against the President, the President was never able to really come out of the White House and defend himself[.]”

Packed! Erroneous? RINOs! LIEberals! Obamacare!

More Court Packing

Once again, Senate Democrats took advantage of having “gone nuclear” and ending the filibuster for judicial nominees. In the dark of night Thursday, the Senate confirmed Cornelia Pillard to the DC Circuit Court of Appeals by a vote of 51-44. That makes two additional Obama nominees on the court with the lightest workload, and it gives leftists a 6-4 advantage on the court that hears most challenges to executive actions. On top of that, National Review’s Patrick Brennan calls Pillard “probably the most extreme of President Obama’s judicial nominees this year.” Why? Well, for example, Brennan says she opposed a church’s right to be exempt from normal employment-discrimination law in order to decide on a minister. The Supreme Court disagreed with her, 9-0. Beware…

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Erroneous? How can that be? Someone had to write the code to enable this to happen. SOmeone had to ask that such be possible? Erroneous?

How about blatant stealing!! Endorsed by those in a position to make it happen!

Erroneous my ass!!

Reports of erroneous WA health exchange debits

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War? because the ‘established’ RINOs want everything their way? And no other need apply? Bull!! No better then the DemocRATS dictating and controlling their party!!

Well I am a Conservative and I see nothing in either party worth supporting!! I will not support candidates whom do not support the Constitution and my Rights!!

RINOs…Is hunting season…

The Republican establishment and insurgent groups brace for all-out war

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And speaking of not supporting our Rights, the LIEberals are blatantly trying to take them away and silence all those whom speak out and oppose them…

Screw that..

Liberals take aim at freedom of speech and religion

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Supported it did you?

Now live with it.

Or make it go away…

I have no sympathy or time for you!

New York’s Cultural Elite Blindsided By ObamaCare

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