Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Joe Romm, and Climate Progress points out what Spencer really believes his job is in regard to Climate Science, to no ones surprise Spencer reveals his core beliefs are not grounded in science, but a Republican "Wet Dream" of smaller government.
Spencer provides us with the "Quote of the Day"
Can you imagine the Fox News Circle Jerk that would ensue if such a comment was made by Dr. Richard Alley, or another climate specialist who would dare to put their political ideology in front of the science?
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Well, It seems David Brooks may feel the same way. Here is his article from the NYT. where he openly questions the motivations of todays GOP.
Here is a taste.
If the Republican Party were a normal party, it would take advantage of this amazing moment. It is being offered the deal of the century: trillions of dollars in spending cuts in exchange for a few hundred million dollars of revenue increases.
A normal Republican Party would seize the opportunity to put a long-term limit on the growth of government. It would seize the opportunity to put the country on a sound fiscal footing. It would seize the opportunity to do these things without putting any real crimp in economic growth.
Brooks is probably one of the last Republicans who doesn't fear the retribution from the likes of Limbaugh, Beck and Hannity bravely goes on to "call out" the GOP leadership, posing some pretty tough questions in his article.
Hear, hear Mr. Brooks.
Rachel Maddow adds some visual perspective below;
Want more proof ?
This is from the Washington Post.
Casey Anthony has been found not guilty of murdering her daughter Caylee Anthony.
The seven women and five men of the Florida jury deliberated for more than 10 hours and returned guilty charges of providing false information to law enforcement officials, but found the 25-year-old not guilty of manslaughter or murder.
She was acquitted of the first three charges: murder in the first degree, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter of a child. But she was convicted of the four counts of providing false information to law enforcement officials.
“While we’re happy for Casey, there are no winners in this case,” Jose Baez, her defense attorney, said at a press conference.
After this nothing surprises me anymore.
That poor little girl....
Friday, April 30, 2010
Limbaugh can't stand that another deregulated industry, failed to protect the Environment with a simple shut off valve. This is just another example of Big Business and Government shirking their responsibilities in the name of profit and increased campaign donations.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
This is from Ezra Klien of The Washington Post.
Word is that the Democrats might make the Republicans actually filibuster FinReg tonight. That is to say, stand on the floor and talk and talk and talk. And if the Democrats are serious about forcing the Republicans to really filibuster the bill, this is the right week for it: The Kentucky Derby starts Friday, and Kentucky's senior senator, Mitch McConnell, would surely prefer to attend. Given that his members arealready talking about breaking ranks, McConnell may find himself eager to get this kabuki dance over with a little bit early.
This just illustrates how utterly ridiculous the GOP party has become. If this turns out to be the true motivation for the passing of Fin-Reg, how can anyone besides Fox News take the GOP party at face value?