"Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who has called for scrapping President Barack Obama's 2010 U.S. healthcare law, said in remarks aired on Sunday that he likes key parts of "Obamacare" despite his party's loathing of it and wants to retain them.
Romney, who faces Obama in the November 6 election, has vowed throughout the campaign to repeal and replace the Obama healthcare law. But asked about the Obama healthcare law on NBC's "Meet the Press" program, Romney said, "Well, I'm not getting rid of all of healthcare reform."
So now he was against Obamacare before he was for it, or was it the other way around? I am going to have to leave Flipper alone; dude has my head spinning. I honestly don't know how his supporters keep up with him.
Anywhoo, back to my issues with the "lame- stream- media": (I am starting to feel like Sarah Palin) Seems that CBS thought it would be cool to hire republican strategist and pollster, Frank Luntz. I am sorry, did FOX suddenly go out of business? Why is a news organization striving for any kind of journalistic credibility hire this republican shill?
"CBS News has reportedly hired Frank Luntz, the Republican strategist and pollster best known for helping Republicans craft often-deceptive messaging to torpedo liberal policies. In his post announcing the move, Politico media reporter Dylan Byers writes that Luntz will "make a number of appearances across the network between now and Election Day." Luntz's hiring comes only a few months after New York Times Magazine contributor Robert Draper reported that Luntz orchestrated a 2009 meeting where prominent Republicans formulated a plan to win back Congress and the White House.
In his book Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the U.S. House of Representatives, Draper reported that Luntz "organized a dinner" on Obama's inauguration night featuring a handful of "the Republican Party's most energetic thinkers." The attendees -- which included current vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan -- reportedly emerged from the nearly four hour dinner "almost giddily" after having agreed on "a way forward."
According to Draper, the Republican plan involved showing "united and unyielding opposition to the president's economic policies," with an eventual goal of defeating Obama and taking back the Senate in 2012:"
The "lame-street-media" just got even more lame.
little Amir Jennings? I am sure the little man's family would like to have some closure.
His Mother isn't talking, which is sad, so some national spotlight might lead to someone coming forward with some information about what happened to the little guy.
Sadly, there is no story here to see for the "lame-$tream-media-" . They are too busy hiring republican pollsters.