Politifact rates Cruz an 8 and Donald at 13 on a scale of 100. Both politicians have told so many whoppers over the past year that identifying each lie is a monumental task. It's much easier to ask each candidate to identify each of his campaign promises that has an actual basis in fact.
After experiencing the halcyon Clinton-Gore prosperity years of 1993-2001 it is sensible that any candidate with the "Clinton" surname ought to start out with at least a 51% favorability rating.
Donald's nonsensical pronouncement is only off by 46% minimum.
Not bad for a rightwingding considering their high error rate, but not presidential timber either.
Trump's disapproval rating in CA is 86%. Even many Republicans understand that Trump doesn't represent the values of ordinary hard working middle class Americans.
At last Charles Koch is correct!
A broken clock is correct twice a day, for Pete's sake.
Cleveland got off cheaply. The Tamir Rice tragic police misconduct was of a magnitude to merit a settlement in at least the low 7 figures.
I wish we had those interest rates now, along with the steadily increasing wages we enjoyed then.. High interest rates and unemployment rates less than 5% are indicators of a prosperous economy.
Jason Chaffetz the Republican from Utah?
No wonder your BS detector started clanging so loudly.
3 biggest lies in politics today:
1. Mexico will pay for the wall
2. My flat tax plan will increase taxes on the rich but will reduce yours
3. Obama gave $200 billion to Iran
Although the Federal Funds rate peaked at about 19% for a few hours in the early 1980s, home mortgage rates never exceeded 12%. Even the Federal Funds rate rose above 16% for only a few days. Hardly any home owner or corporation paid more than 12% interest during the Carter years that Republicans like to rave about.
I'd say your post rates about 9 Pinocchios on a scale of10. Not bad for a rightwingding, but you will never convince anybody with such raving nonsense..
Charles Koch told ABC’s This Week that it is possible that Clinton could be a better president than the Republican candidates. Hillary Clinton tweeted back that she has no interest in seeking endorsements from creeps who deny climate change and suppress the free exercise of voting rights. Charlie, you can take that potential endorsement and shove it!
Guns are only necessary to aid law enforcement and for hunting where legal. Reducing gun possession DOES reduce opportunities for gun murders and suicides.
Hillary Clinton told Charles Koch that she has no interest in endorsements from people who make deny climate science and make it harder for people to vote. IOW, shove your endorsement where the sun don't shine!
Charles Koch told ABC’s This Week that it is possible that Clinton could be a better president than the Republican candidates.
Frank Schaeffer is an American author, film director, screenwriter, public speaker and painter. He is the son of the late theologian and author Francis Schaeffer. He is also a self-proclaimed “former member of the Religious Right and Republican Party.”
On April 6, 2016, Schaeffer decided to make a video describing what made him leave the GOP and express his appreciation to Barack Obama whom Schaeffer now calls “a great president.”