Tag Archives: Republicans

Quote of the Day: To reach female voters, GOP needs to “bring it down to a woman’s level”

TweetAt a recent panel put on by the Republican Study Committee, the House’s conservative caucus, conservative women discussed how the GOP can improve their messaging to female voters. Here’s the advice North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers offered: Men do tend to talk about things on a much higher level. Many of my male colleagues, when they [...]
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How many more times is the media going to fall for GOP Obamacare lies?

TweetIt’s like deja vu all over again! This week the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office released a report with new analysis of the impact of Obamacare on the economy. The report, which analyzed the economic outlook from 2014-2024, concluded that Obamacare will cause a reduction in the labor force by the end of 2024. 2.3 million [...]
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Rand Paul thinks poor moms should be punished for being poor

TweetSenator Rand Paul may be emerging as the frontrunner for the 2016 Republican nomination, but we must never forget that he holds some of the most extreme policy positions imaginable. Whether it’s being against portions of the Civil Rights Act, being opposed to all abortions without exception, or his latest nonsense about benefits for poor [...]
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Mike Huckabee says Dems think women are helpless and “cannot control their libidos”

TweetI tried and failed to come up with any commentary to add to this quote from former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee’s speech today at the Republican National Committee. But I’m pretty sure it doesn’t need any. Tweet
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Is Speaker Boehner ready to pass immigration reform?

Tweet Last year saw a lot of work on behalf of both the Administration and the Senate to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill – all the way from blueprints to drafts to a bill passed in the Senate. Throughout the year, though, the House appeared not to budge in its apparent commitment to inaction [...]
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