Just as Republicans insisted that the 2012 polls were all wrong and Mitt Romney would win by a landslide, Republicans today are blindly and overwhelmingly confident that the Democrats and Obama will bend to their will and the country will see them as heroes...and they'll be just as right as they were on Romney.
As the wealthy pursue the acquisition of the nation and world, we are busy waiting in line to buy the coolest new versions of phones we already have.
Boehner may be counting on the pressure from the public and the business community to push his party back from the edge but he is now standing with the extremists in his party like a battered wife.
thinking Republicans are under the same kind of "tyranny of the minority" as Democrats are in the Senate by Republicans. That small but big-enough contingent of Tea Partiers in The House are in a position to block any bill including the CR that will keep government working.
Obama, Kerry, Hagele, Dempsey offer a targeted, limited, consequential plan for U.S. action coupled with intense negotiation creating the conditions in which a tentative offer is quickly embraced by Russia and Syria.
The opposition to involvement, no matter how limited, in war-like activity is based on a reaction to the nightmares that Iraq and Afghanistan became AND, of course, the ongoing plague of Obama Derangement Syndrome.
Despite arguments to the contrary, President Obama's actions would seem to indicate that he is earnest in wanting military strikes despite his reluctance.
Thanks to the cooperation of celebrities, politicians and corporations, this more ecological, recycling method of events and journalism has made the news a more economical and sustainable resource. As the media corporations say so often, think green!
To say that John Boehner is the worst Speaker of the House in the history of the United States and that the 113th House is the most ineffective and impotent in our history would be like saying George Bush was our worst president...the argument sure can be made that's the case.
When asked if there were any reservations about going into business with a terrorist group, Priebus responded, "There was that worry at the outset but we were eventually able to convince Al Qaeda and the Taliban to put that concern behind them and come on board with us."