It is no surprise that a Country that allows a President to remain free after lying to go to war, thinks that the news broadcaster renown for telling the most lies is the most trusted.
As was just said, we didn't need a study to tell us that.
...as Democrats claim, was always to damage Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and never to conduct an even-handed search for the facts. This claim was labelled a political front by the GOP......UNTIL NOW !
Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) just publicly acknowledged the political value in the Select Committee on Benghazi.
Actually....like the WMD in Iraq....we knew it all along.
So why wasn't your response used by Jeb to answer Harwood's question?
And there lies the problem. A politician has decided to be the voice of the science.
But climate dummies, of which you are one, attribute the science as coming from the politician.
So why do you think response #2 was not used by Jeb?
Right. The real candidate is forming nicely. Why only just recently he supplied the classic conservative campaign response to CNBC’s John Harwood's question, "why has the economy seen more growth under Democratic administrations over the last 35 years than under Republicans?"
Jeb gave a muddled answer and then pivoted to attacking Obama for being hostile to capitalism.
"The current congressional dysfunction is mostly the fault of right-wing radicals within the Republican Party who engage in 'policy hostage-taking.' ”
This comes from Norman Ornstein and Thomas Mann who have strong reputations as non-partisan political analysts.
"Bush only added $5 trillion to the debt. bonobo has added $10 trillion"
Isn't it interesting that the former was spent on a fantasy called "the war on terror (code for lets steal Iraq's oil) and the later on rescuing the nation from an economic disaster crated by people commonly associated with conservative policies/politics.
"To hang barn doors, you first need a barn on a firm foundation"
Its interesting to see that when in need of a "firm foundation", the GOP "kicks the door down".
.... with conservatives for pushing the Speaker aside.
“Any jackass can kick down a barn door. It takes a carpenter to hang one. We need a few more carpenters around here. Everybody knows it,” said John Boehner ally Rep. Charlie Dent.
It surprises me that someone who posts the same message every day doesn't know that an investigation into executive compensation is not required because the problematic situation is already well known. The "investigation" has already progressed to the presentation of several well thought out proposals design to counteract obscene compensations. Only a GOP-induced watered down version of one of them has been implemented, and obviously failed.
There is now no way in hell any of the other proposed measures will be tried. One of the pitfalls of a new Republican majority in Congress.
I can't find anything that would support such a statement. The many others you refer to are equally as ignorant as to the meaning of "lost"?
LOST, v. Past tense and past participle of lose.
adj., No longer in existence; vanished or spent; No longer known or practiced; Beyond reach, communication, or influence; Beyond recovery or redemption; Fallen or destroyed.
Maybe you do know the meaning of the word and won't elaborate on your comment because you are fully aware of your ilk to present concepts that do not hold any reality.
I wonder if you've contemplated the relationship between abstractions and concretes.
If so, I'm thinking you haven't been able to distinguish between an ideological movement and a well-grounded philosophy.
Many economic studies found no that the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act had not changed the market structure of the banking and securities industry. It can easily be argued that the Glass-Steagall Act repeal played a role in the GFC, but its hard to attribute such a move to income inequality.
Rather than depicting unmitigated corporate greed, it highlights a corporate structure that is open to abuse.