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Tag: 2012 Elections
If it were up to Mitt, Detroit would have been decimated.
This Sam Cooke sound-alike helps us understand just what kind of world it would be if any of the current crop of GOP candidates won in 2012.
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Republicans were supposed to win the special election in New York last night—but that was before they voted en masse for Paul Ryan’s plan to phase out Medicare. Here’s the simple ad that turned the tide:
Long-shot Democratic candidate Kathy Hochul won a special election last night that largely turned on voters’ disgust at the Ryan plan to abolish Medicare.
Editor’s note: This originally ran in May of 2011, when Newt first struck out as a candidate. He wrote an epic speech then that the media absolutely skewered. Here is that original campaign-ending speech, courtesy of The Colbert Report and performed in grandiose fashion by the great John Lithgow.
In case you missed it last week, here’s John Lithgow on ‘The Colbert Report,’ performing a hysterical reading of Newt’s ‘my first week was a disaster but I’m not quitting yet’ press release. And yes, this is completely verbatim.
State Sen. Lena Taylor’s fiery defense of the right to vote in Wisconsin, which would be severely undercut by the Voter I.D. Bill, AKA “Voter Suppression Bill.”
Why are you laughing? He really means it . . .
Watch as the “not yet declared” Republican candidates debate on SNL.