Bob Dole said today that the GOP needed get on board and stop fighting health insurance reform. Republicans must follow his advice, or continue down the path of no results, no leadership, and nothing but no.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, the congresswomen want us to believe that Republicans are sticking up for women. But the fact is their party has consistently opposed providing families with better health care.
Lynn Jenkins is really making a name for herself this week. No, I'm not talking about her "great white hope" comments, but her incredibly cold response to a 27-year-old single mother without health insurance.
Let's tell Lynn Jenkins if she isn't going to lead then she needs to get out of the way. We need to flood Lynn Jenkins' office with emails this week and let her know we won't allow her to keep her plan secret.
Few think "trend-setter" and "Kansas" belong in the same sentence, but the defeat of anti-choice Phill Kline is a sure sign that the end is near for social conservative ideologues' stranglehold on the GOP.