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Hayes: Billionaires could make U.S. elections resemble horse races

In the aftermath of billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson giving $10 million to the Super PAC supporting Newt Gingrich, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes speculated Saturday that unless campaign finance rules are changed, U.S. political elections could start resembling the Kentucky Derby. “According to ‘Forbes, the $10 million Adelson dropped on Gingrich…

Bachmann: Tea party ‘has been only a force for good’

Former Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann on Sunday defended the tea party movement, saying that it had “been only a force for good.” “The [Republican] Party has changed so much for the better,” Bachmann told CBS host Bob Schieffer. “The tea party has infused the energy and excitement. And really,…

Palin: Gingrich will ‘clobber’ Obama

Failed Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin all but endorsed Newt Gingrich on Saturday, saying Florida voters should “rage against the machine, vote for Newt.” Fox News host Jeanine Pirro asked the former Alaska governor how Gingrich could claim that he was not a Washington insider after being in Congress…

McCain: ‘Stop the debates, enough with the debates’

Former presidential candidate and Mitt Romney supporter John McCain (R-AZ) expressed Sunday morning his fatigue over the number of debates in this Republican nomination cycle. “We’ve got to stop the debates,” McCain told Meet The Press‘ David Gregory. “Enough with the debates, because they are driving up our candidates’, all…

Gingrich: Romney has ‘policy of carpet bombing’ opponents

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday said that he had an uphill battle to win the GOP nomination because “Massachusetts liberal” Mitt Romney was “carpet bombing” him with negative ads. Fox News host Chris Wallace asked Gingrich why polls showed him losing over 15 points in Florida in less…

RNC chair: Obama is ‘our’ Italian cruise ship captain

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus thought Sunday morning that President Barack Obama merited being compared to Francesco Schettino, the captain of the turned over cruise ship in Italy. Appearing on CBS’ Face the Nation, Priebus pivoted from a discussion about the GOP presidential primary and offered his comparison to…

Ron Paul: TSA ‘totally voids’ the Fourth Amendment

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said on Sunday that airport security should be turned over to private corporations because the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) effectively “voids” the Fourth Amendment. Paul’s son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), claimed last week that he had been “detained” by the TSA for refusing an…

Allen West: Obama, Dems need to ‘get the hell out of America’

Rep. Allen West (R-FL) continued his strong opposition towards the Democratic Party Saturday night, offering a line to his colleagues that certainly doesn’t strive for bipartisanship. At the Palm Beach County GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner, West voiced his stern displeasure at several top Democrats and vowed his state would not…

Paul Ryan defends ‘the morality of the free enterprise system’

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) suggested on Sunday that anything corporations do is moral as long as they follow the law. Fox News host Chris Wallace asked the House Budget Committee chairman if Republican presidential candidates should be criticizing each other over the way they made their money and handled their…

Fox’s Wallace says number of GOP debates ‘insane,’ they’re ‘all stupid’

Apparently even the people facilitating and participating in the Republican debates are getting tired of them. In a video featured at Mediaite, Fox News anchor and debate moderator Chris Wallace says that the decision to have 19 Republican debates is “ridiculous” and “insane.” In an interview with radio host Mike…

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