Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

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seenitB4
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seenitB4 02/07/14 - 07:26 am
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yep

The spin machine is working overtime.

gaflyboy
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gaflyboy 02/07/14 - 08:34 am
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Nailed it again!

The nonsense excreted from the mouths of some journalists and Democrat politicians trying to spin this report is appalling. A thinking person’s first thought is that they are joking, but alas they are not.

A journalist with US News & World Report actually said “What the truth might be, and what few politicians would dare say, is there might simply be some value in lower economic growth.”
http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2014/02/06/the-philosophical-debate-...

And on MSNBC, Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) said “You could say people don’t want a promotion, because if they make more money they’ll have to pay more taxes”

And a Huffington Post reporter tweeted “There’s an irony in the GOP complaining that ACA lets people quit jobs. I mean, what’s wrong with freedom?”
https://twitter.com/mmcauliff/statuses/430790311334256640

The amazing part is that they say these things with straight faces!

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Darby 02/07/14 - 05:20 pm
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"A journalist with US News & World Report actually said

“What the truth might be, and what few politicians would dare say, is there might simply be some value in lower economic growth.”

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Ask yourself, would any of these fools be saying ANY of this claptrap if there were a Republican sitting in the Oval Office?

No need to answer, it's a rhetorical question.

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bubbasauce 02/23/14 - 02:58 am
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Lap dogs at it again.

Lap dogs at it again.

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