Wed Jun 27, 2012, 09:37 PM
TomCADem (7,080 posts)
Even RW National Review Calls Out Issa's Conspiracy Mongering On Fast and Furious!
It is a sad world when the right wing media can be honest about the fact that Darrell Issa is merely brown nosing and playing to the paranoia of the NRA while the main stream media ignores the blatant partisanship behind tommorrow's contempt vote. Of course, right after playing right wing talking points with little critical analysis, I am sure the corporate media will then turn around and blame Democrats for the media's right wing bias.
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Even RW National Review Calls Out Issa's Conspiracy Mongering On Fast and Furious! (Original post)
Response to TomCADem (Original post)
Wed Jun 27, 2012, 09:47 PM
GarroHorus (1,055 posts)
2. I think the National Review understands the political ramifications
If the Congressional Black Conference, with the exception of Allen West, walks out on the vote, NOTHING will ignite African Americans to come out in numbers larger than 2008 than that single vote.
Response to GarroHorus (Reply #2)
Wed Jun 27, 2012, 09:59 PM
russspeakeasy (6,517 posts)
3. Can you imagine being part of any conference that included
Allen West ? "The Weirdest Fuckers In The World Conference", wouldn't let him join because he is too fuckin weird.