Yes, seriously. Sarah Palin is in favor of the federal government planting its gigantic boot on the throats of energy companies. She put it in writing.
The latest Barbourism: "I think the most important thing is for people not to panic and not to assume the worst," he said this week about the hemorrhaging oil in the Gulf of Mexico.
Perhaps because so many have their eyes on the 2012 prize, Republican governors and candidates are targeting their far-right base, using language that would make Ronald Reagan blush.
Barbour's remarks about Confederate History Month and slavery reveal how easy forgetfulness can free one from the burdens of the past, and sanction callousness towards the dead and living walking in your backyard.
American voters will reward the party that optimistically puts forth a concrete plan to return prosperity. And while the jury on the new administration is still out, the case against the GOP has long been closed.
Of the early contenders for the Republican nomination, five outright deny or question climate science, while the remaining three are opposed to all meaningful action.
The bias in favor of property over people should be ended with all deliberate speed by raising the standard for people to that of property. A public option would be one small step in that direction.
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"Marriage, in my view, is a sacred sacrament between a man and a woman," he said. "Not a man and a man, or a woman and a woman. A man and a woman, who may or may not be related."
You can understand how disappointing it must have been, especially for the folks who'd dreamed up the idea in the first place. They had to compromise,...
Simply rebranding the Republican Party by somehow updating its image, with apologies to Sarah Palin, really is putting lipstick on a pig. Their problems go much deeper than that.
The GOP's leaders and their inactions have placed the party at the corner of Unpopular and Nowhere.
It appears the good poll numbers have gone to Chris Christie's head, because now he's modeling himself after anti-stimulus Republican Governors Sanford, Jindal and Barbour.
I nearly fell out of my chair when T-Mac openly admired the steps Haley Barbour has taken in Mississippi to attract business. Haley Barbour? But that wasn't the only thing Terry said that left me agape.
Across the country, Americans of all walks of life are giving thanks to Gov. Jindal for giving them the most precious gift of all: the gift of laughter.
Mississippi has one of the highest poverty levels in America, and yet Gov. Haley Barbour has joined the ranks of GOP governors who say they don't want any of Obama's stimulus money.