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Monthly Archives: January 2014

What we know: GOP Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers misled the American people in the Republican response to the President’s State of the Union on Tuesday with a scare story about Bette from Spokane. What we don’t know: Did McMorris … Continue reading

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In the GOP Response to the President’s State of the Union Address, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers told a story about Bette from Spokane who was facing sharply higher health insurance costs supposedly as a result of the … Continue reading

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While House Republicans are going about their annual retreat – a new poll released this morning by the Kaiser Family Foundation shows the American people are tired of the endless attempts to repeal the patient protections and budget savings in … Continue reading

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Republicans have held the majority of the House of Representatives for three full years or more than 1,100 days. You would think after all that time they would have a plan – but apparently they do not… From POLITICO, “Jobless … Continue reading

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Speaker Boehner and GOP leaders in the House might have sent around a memo instructing Republican members to “show compassion” when talking about jobless Americans but the cold truth remains: actions speak louder than words.  Today, Boehner said the GOP-led … Continue reading

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First, the Republican Conference holds a session on how to successfully communicate with minorities and women. Then, they announced a class for their Members on how to talk to women and Speaker Boehner advised: “…Be a little more sensitive…” Now, … Continue reading

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