The smart move for the GOP would be to stop threatening to shut the government down once and for all, and to stop endangering the national economy with these absurd farces that would crash the economy if these threats even prevailed, which they will not.
Conservative talk radio is reverberating with misrepresentation, confusion and falsehoods about the gun safety legislation moving through the State Legislature. Now would be a good time for fact-based listeners to straighten out the hype-based hosts.
Conservatives can't complain next time they see a rat hair sticking out of their hotdog. They can't lament when a loved one dies from drug contamination or when a child gets ill from bad meat. This is the natural consequence of their political philosophy.
On their new show, called the Rundown, will Michael Brown be telling listeners to vote for Romney, while David Sirota says both candidates are, as Ralph Nader liked to say, tweedle dee and tweedle dum?
Some say that I blame the victims of Hurricane Katrina for something, never stating what I blame them for, but intimating that they were at fault for something. Let me make clearthat the federal government had no authority to evacuate New Orleans.
So, is Brownie proud of his claim to fame? Proud of his response and W's to Katrina? And whether he's proud or not, why remind people of Bush's embarrassment by playing the Brownie line over and over again.