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I think what Juan was getting at is that the conservative justices on the Supreme Court no longer vote according to the Constitution, but according to what Roger Ailes or Karl Rove would prefer.
Leaker in Chief? I didn't realize that Karl Rove was still working at the White House. I wonder if he can get Scooter Libby to take the fall for him a second time?
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Obama's Truthiness

Sentinel Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 11:14 PM
Considering Mr. Goldberg's long and well documented history of dishonesty, how amusing that he would write a dishonest column about the President's alleged dishonesty.
Allen West is obviously still suffering from PTSD. His skewed view of reality is evidence of that. You may think he is the new face of black leadership, but considering how he continues to double down on the incredibly stupid comments he makes, it would be like putting Cynthia McKinney on the cover of a progressive magazine and claiming she is a credible black leader.
I realize that facts are not something that Fox "news" viewers are used to dealing with, but the DREAM Act was filibustered by Senate Republicans during December 2010.
Romney's position on any issue depends on the group he is speaking to on that day during that particular hour and is subject to change without notice.
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Pathetic Dan Savage

Sentinel Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 10:59 PM
Mr. Bozell, it's time to come out of the closet.
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Just How Competitive Is Sean Hannity?

Sentinel Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 10:56 PM
Hannity is obviously a legend in his own mind. He is perhaps the most dishonest pundit on the air today. How do you complain that NBC presents a dishonestly edited video of Mitt Romney and then turn around and present your own dishonestly edited video of President Obama? There is nothing particularly complex about Hannity. As Trebor noted, he is a humorless clone of Rush. If Hannity complains about someone doing something dishonest in terms of reporting, you can rest assurred that Hannity is about to do the same thing
If you cannot see beyond your apparently still thriving Bush Derangement Syndrome, you need to seek professional help. No matter how you feel about President Bush, there is no excuse for HBO to have allowed this. Period. In fact, I hope the Secret Service investigates this, if for no other reason than to put those responsible for this through as much legal hell as possible. Threatening the President is a federal offense. I realize that this is not a threat as such, but it certainly is implied. If you think this is cool because it was Bush, but you would have been outraged if it hade been Obama, or vice versa, you as well need to seek professional help.
Williams was very correctly punished for this bit of stupidity. If we flipped the script and it was a Fox reporter making a racist comment, they would be invited to have dinner with Roger Ailes and likely receive a raise and/or promotion. I have to question the wisdom in quoting anything from Breitbart.com considering how thoroughly discredited the entire Breitbart organization has been over the last few years. Of course, considering that the crown jewel of the conservative media is Fox "News", the most biased media organization in existence, I guess in this context, the more biased and the less factual the btter
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