They Eat Their Own! Republican Congressman Sez “No Health Care for Tumor Patients”

By: Thursday July 12, 2012 6:30 pm

Idiot Republican and California representative David Dreier wants to deny healthcare to people diagnosed with massive tumors:

Elena Kagan on Illegal Wiretapping: Splunge!

By: Wednesday June 30, 2010 8:50 am

From Elena Kagan’s first comments about Cheney’s illegal wiretapping program yesterday, it sounds almost like she’d vote for rule of law in the al-Haramain case (though the case is probably in the gray area of cases on which she should recuse herself).

Primary Wins Signal New Phase Of 2010 Election

By: Wednesday May 19, 2010 9:35 am

The progressive movement showed they can still be a force in elections, if not in governing. Across the country, real Democrats were chosen over corrupt elites or conservative Democrats. This really ends up being a game of inches – but I still believe it matters who gets these politicians into office.

Anti-Washington Establishment Triple Play

By: Wednesday May 19, 2010 7:42 am

Tuesday was a bad day for Washington establishment candidates and a bad day for conservative Democrats. All three establishment favorites performed poorly in the May 18 elections — and President Obama also fared badly as an endorser.

Primary Results Thread – Part 3

By: Tuesday May 18, 2010 6:16 pm

Ah, primary season. During which the Republican base tries to move their party from far-right to batshit-right, while the Democratic base tries to move theirs from center-right to center.

Dem Senate Upsets: Voting Out the Weak Links?

By: Tuesday May 18, 2010 6:00 am

Depending on how the elections go today, the spinmeisters will work their story-telling magic in various ways.

Real, Liberal Democrats Faring Better against GOP than ConservaDems, Say Polls

By: Monday May 17, 2010 12:30 pm

Tomorrow, May 18, there are three highly contested Democratic primaries for US Senate seats: Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Arkansas. In each race, the more left-leaning Democratic candidate is currently polling as the most electable.

PA-Sen Quinnipiac Poll: Sestak 42%, Specter 41%

By: Monday May 17, 2010 11:30 am

WaPo’s Greg Sargent asks — is the White House bracing for an Arlen Specter loss? Is that why Joe Biden won’t do last-minute events with Specter? It may have something to do with the numbers that Quinnipiac is seeing.

PA Sen: Sestak to Win? Leads Specter by Nine Points in New Poll

By: Friday May 14, 2010 9:26 am

With Pennsylvania’s May 18 primary fast approaching, more and more signs indicate a come-from-behind Joe Sestak victory over incumbent Republican-turned-Democrat Arlen Specter — including the most positive poll result for Sestak so far.

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