Fact: This is a right-of-center country. Fact: Conservative economic ideas poll better than liberal economic ideas. Fact: History and data prove that conservative ideas work, and liberal ones don´t.(Snip)Fact: Until Kansas´ Republican Rep. Tim HuelsKamp or any Republican is made aware of and fully prepares for the facts listed above, every effort should be made to ensure that they are never-ever-ever-ever allowed anywhere near a microphone or television camera again.
Been noticing a lot more trolls infiltrating this site lately.
Watch the video - Tim did fine...especially when the odds were 7-1. Didn´t do great - needs to learn to be a bit more assertive but nothing nowhere near as bad as the author of the article or trolls above are leading you to believe.
I was expecting something idiotic along the lines of - a woman can´t get pregnant from rape. But there´s nothing like that in this interview, Huelskamp isn´t slick but he didn´t get his head handed to him as Nolte claims.
Looked OK to me, perhaps he committed the crime of discussing the bad job that Boehner is doing and how he refuses to meet with conservatives.
I´d love the genius at Brietbart to write a detail criticism, what does this self appointed media expert think would be better to say?
We ARE going over the cliff, and Zero WANTS us to go over it. He will then push for SAVING the middle class from the evil Republicans by cutting their taxes, and the Bush tax cuts will morph into the Obummer tax cuts, and the media will for ever tell the lie of how the Demonrats cut taxes. The bad economy will be endless laid at the feet of the Republicans for refusing to do what Zero needed to save us all.
agree that he did fine - considering there were about a hundred visual cues staged to make him look stupid, static, gray, middle-aged, compared to the cool duo asking the questions. I dunno, i think the lesson is don´t go on shows like that at all. Too much is against you.
FTA: Democrats have become exceptionally good at holding their own on Fox News, and by doing so, they no longer create viral media moments that go everywhere and damage their cause. Have to disagree with this Breitbart writer--all liberals do on FOX is shout, shout, shout louder than the moderators, repeating the most recently distributed talking points, throwing in a barrage of insults (see Bob Beckel on The Five.) What we need are more Dana Perinos, Greg Gutfelds, Andrea Tantaroses who don´t hold back at telling these low-lifes how dreadfully wrong they are.
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