Republicans

CBS's Smith to Haley Barbour: 1994 GOP Win 'Didn't End So Well'

In an interview with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour on Monday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith was already predicting failure if the GOP won control of Congress: "1994 was an important ...

Carl Hulse on GOP Candidates With 'a Very Conservative if Not Extreme Agenda'

Congressional reporter Carl Hulse has some chuckles at the expense of "extreme" Republican candidates: I thought what [the Times pollster] said was interesting about voters being willing to vote ...

For Once, the No Spin Zone: Times Lead Poll Story Shows Big Gains for GOP

Reporters Jim Rutenberg and Megan Thee-Brenan informed their surely disheartened readership that Democrats are losing among all sorts of groups, even women: "Critical parts of the coalition that ...

Joe Scarborough: Senate GOP's Top Goal to Unseat Obama in 2012 'Pathetic'

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell claimed the GOP's top goal was to ensure Barack Obama is a one term president ' and Joe Scarborough thinks that is "pathetic," as he described it on ...

CBS Relays Dem Claims of 'Dangerous' & 'Extreme' GOP, NBC Sees Tea Party Hurting Other Republicans

On Friday morning, after airing a full report on the Democratic strategy of painting Republican candidates as "dangerous" and "extreme," CBS's The Early Show co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez seemed ...

CBS Highlights GOP Problems With Latino Voters

On Wednesday's CBS Evening News, correspondent John Blackstone reported on the growing influence of Latino voters, making sure to focus on Republican setbacks: "They favor Democrats over ...

NY Times Reporter Herszenhorn Finds 'Simplistic' GOP Anti-Spending Arguments on Campaign Trail

New York Times reporter David Herszenhorn twice chided G.O.P. campaign rhetoric on spending as "simplistic," dubiously claimed that repealing Obama-care would cost money, and lamented that the ...

CBS: 'Strange Claims From Tea Party Candidates' Help Dems

On Wednesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith noted how President Obama was on the campaign trail "in hopes of avoiding a Democratic washout," but added, "he may be getting some help from ...

Herszenhorn Finds 'Simplistic' GOP Anti-Spending Arguments on Campaign Trail

David Herszenhorn twice chided G.O.P. campaign rhetoric on spending as "simplistic," dubiously claimed that repealing Obama-care would cost money, and lamented that the price of extending the Bush ...
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