"Sometimes if you were listening to or watching his speeches, you might miss how totally weird and nonsensical parts of them are."
Here are some numbers with which CNN's editor-at-large is familiar.
No bad tweet left behind.
The CNN commentator thinks it's a very, very, very, very funny word.
The erroneous analysis represents a safe refrain that's been repeated by journalists for years, as they've collectively convinced themselves that Obama's culpable for the radical Republican obstruction that partly defined his two terms.
The Post certainly didn't lie; it simply made a big mistake. But corrections never do catch up with mistakes. And combined with a widespread and generally unwarranted mistrust of Clinton by the American people, those mistakes will certainly make her life and candidacy even more difficult.
The Republican presidential nomination race has previously devolved to the level of an elementary school playground (penis-measuring in a national debate), and has now risen to at least high school (if not a college frat house) with the vicious battle going on between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz over who can insult each other's wives the most.
Attacks must hurt Hillary personally when her record in public life has never been shown to be anything but honest. She has made a career of speaking out for those who can't speak out for themselves and fighting for equality and the civil and human rights of those who have been oppressed.
Note the assumptions here: --That what actually happens to Americans as ObamaCare is implemented is not the “real world” --That
Here's the proposal: amend the Constitution to have a continuing resolution be the default. Rather than have the government shut down when Congress can't agree (on how) to fund the government, have the government automatically funded at current levels unless and until a new budget is passed.
How Washington Post hopes to reach beyond political junkies with new web show.