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Pelosi: ‘Let him die’ GOP debate moment ‘heartbreaking’

In her interview with new MSNBC host Chris Hayes, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) felt the now notorious “Let him die” moment at the recent GOP debate was “heartbreaking.” “Even to me someone who is rarely surprised with what the other side will do, that demonstration was heartbreaking,” Pelosi…

Pelosi: ‘Let him die’ GOP debate moment ‘heartbreaking’

In her interview with new MSNBC host Chris Hayes, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) felt the now notorious “Let him die” moment at the recent GOP debate was “heartbreaking.” “Even to me someone who is rarely surprised with what the other side will do, that demonstration was heartbreaking,” Pelosi…

House Democrats introduce bill to eliminate the debt ceiling

Representatives Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Hank Johnson (D-GA) and Jim Moran (D-VA) have introduced legislation to completely eliminate the federal debt ceiling, but the bill has little chance of survival with Republicans in control of the House. “The debt ceiling is truly arbitrary and has nothing to do with the deficit,”…

McConnell: ‘No particular reaction’ to GOP audiences cheering death

Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) isn’t condemning the Republican presidential debate audiences that have consistently cheered death. During the two most recent debates, audiences were delighted with Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s record number of executions and the notion that an uninsured 30-year-old man in a coma would be left…

Cheney denies he was ‘sowing discord’ by pushing for Clinton 2012 bid

Former President Bill Clinton says that former Vice President Dick Cheney does not have the purest of motives in suggesting that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton mount a primary challenge against President Barack Obama. Cheney told ABC’s Jonathan Karl earlier this month that a Hillary Clinton 2012 presidential bid was…

Bill Clinton on Obama’s numbers: Polls don’t matter now

Bill Clinton’s thoughts on national polls for 2012 at the moment: Who cares? The former president appeared on Meet The Press on Sunday morning, talking with host David Gregory on a wide arrange of issues including his upcoming “Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting” this week. When asked about President Obama’s…

Bill Clinton on Obama’s numbers: Polls don’t matter now

Bill Clinton’s thoughts on national polls for 2012 at the moment: Who cares? The former president appeared on Meet The Press on Sunday morning, talking with host David Gregory on a wide arrange of issues including his upcoming “Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting” this week. When asked about President Obama’s…

George Will: The tea party is the Republican establishment

Conservative columnist George Will says that Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry doesn’t need to worry about the “Republican establishment” derailing his campaign because they have been co-opted by the tea party. “A lot of establishment Republicans worrying that [Perry] might give the plot away, do you think that is that…

Hayes calls out Erick Erickson’s ‘cheap lie’ on public workers

The Nation‘s editor-at-large Chris Hayes debuted his new weekend show on MSNBC Saturday morning, slamming Red State founder Erick Erickson for his smear of killed federal workers. In his closing monologue, Hayes described the recent events creating the current political climate around the country. In a mixture of “What we…

Hayes calls out Erick Erickson’s ‘cheap lie’ on public workers

The Nation‘s editor-at-large Chris Hayes debuted his new weekend show on MSNBC Saturday morning, slamming Red State founder Erick Erickson for his smear of killed federal workers. In his closing monologue, Hayes described the recent events creating the current political climate around the country. In a mixture of “What we…

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