Obama: Republicans Too Concerned About Rush Limbaugh To Get Things Done
The Tea Party has had a rough 24 hours, and some groups are having an especially hard time accepting President Barack Obama's
As of 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, King had sold 20 of the 100 shirts he had brought with him, at $20 apiece. (His wife runs the
Visiting my conservative cousins in Orange County proved very insightful!
Obama and his reelection team have decided to use the anger against Wall Street for his reelection campaign, according to
"We've got to keep an eye on the battle that we face -- a war on workers. And you see it everywhere. It is the Tea Party
"He wasn't objecting to the balanced budget amendment, he was objecting to us almost defaulting," Obama said. As Rhodes persisted
Now that President Obama has signed the new debt ceiling into law and subscribed his party to an austerity program that assumes a state of permanent economic emergency, the question what made him do it? becomes more pressing than ever.
If there is anger over the economic or political landscape, he added, it is being misdirected in his direction. His direct
President Obama and the Tea Party are on the same page on many issues. The problem is in the perceptions being put out by the GOP, conservative talk radio, and Fox news.
"I love seeing that picture in the [Washington] Post today, with that outline of [Former Majority Leader Dick] Armey with