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Trump on ‘phony’ jobs report: Unemployment is really ’21 percent’

Adding one more conspiracy theory to his resume on Monday, Donald Trump suggested that President Barack Obama’s team had concocted a “phony” 7.8 percent unemployment number and that the real unemployment rate could be as high as 21 percent. Earlier this month Former, GE CEO Jack Welch spawned a “jobs…

O’Brien gets Giuliani to admit to politicizing Libya attack

While challenging former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani during an interview Monday morning, CNN’s Soledad O’Brien got Giuliani to admit to framing discussion of the fatal attack on a U.S. consulate for political gain. Giuliani, a surrogate for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, accused President Barack Obama’s administration of…

Tommy Thompson’s son tells birther joke about sending Obama to Kenya

The son of a Republican Senate candidate in Wisconsin has apologized after he told a joke about sending Barack Obama to Kenya, suggesting that agrees with the so-called birthers who do not believe that the president is a U.S. citizen. “We have the opportunity to send President Obama back to…

Fox News psychiatrist wonders if Biden is suffering from dementia

On the Sunday edition of “Fox & Friends,” a member of Fox News Medical A-Team suggested that Vice President Joe Biden might be suffering from dementia based on his debate performance. Psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow came on to discuss the “science behind” the debate. “He could be completely doing this…

New Jersey business display portrays Obama as a ‘Witch Doctor’

A New Jersey business owner and self-described “political independent” has drawn criticism after setting up a display that includes a picture depicting President Barack Obama as a “witch doctor.” “Call it what you want, I’m not taking it down,” Bill Skuby told WABC-TV regarding the display, which also has Obama’s…

Mark Sanford: Obama will ‘throw a lot of spears’ at next debate

The disgraced former Republican governor of South Carolina on Sunday used a racially-coded term in his prediction that the nation’s first African-American president would go on attack and “throw a lot of spears” at Tuesday’s town hall debate. Former Gov. Mark Sanford — now a Fox News contributor — told…

Colbert: Satire is parody with a point

During an appearance on Meet the Press, comedian Stephen Colbert explained the philosophy behind The Colbert Report. “I’m a satirist,” he told David Gregory. “All satirists make points. Satire is parody with a point. So if I was doing satire and didn’t have a point of view, then that would…

Bay Buchanan: ‘I haven’t talked to a woman’ who didn’t hate Biden at debate

A senior adviser to Mitt Romney on Sunday said that every woman she had talked to was turned off by Vice President Joe Biden’s debate performance because it was “awful and obnoxious.” During a panel segment on Face the Nation, Bay Buchanan extended a recent conservative line of attack that…

Issa Ties Obama to Bush: Libya response is a ‘mission accomplished moment’

House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) says that President Barack Obama’s response to the attacks in Libya that killed a U.S. ambassador is like former President George W. Bush’s widely-mocked 2003 “mission accomplished” speech which suggested that the U.S had won war in Iraq even though violence was only…

Chris Hayes: Software firm CEO asked employees to vote for Romney

A Florida software firm CEO emailed his employees suggesting their jobs would be more secure if they voted for Mitt Romney for president, Chris Hayes reported on Up With Chris Hayes Sunday. According to Hayes, Arthur L. Allen, head of ASG Software Solutions, emailed his company’s employees Sept. 30 saying…

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