Do you ever get the feeling that Tea Party Republicans see the phrase “Ignorance Is Bliss” as a Mission Statement?



Robert Creamer: At first the unfolding conflict between Russia and its neighbor the Republic of Georgia seemed to be just what the McCain candidacy needed: a foreign policy crisis that would allow him to demonstrate a "tough, decisive, experienced" mastery of foreign affairs, and a new rationale for why Americans should choose experience over change in a dangerous world. But it hasn't taken long for the developments in the Caucuses to become a growing political liability instead. Click here to read more.

Mark Nickolas: Did McCain Steal His "Cross in the Dirt" Story at the Saddleback Forum From Solzhenitsyn?

Did McCain lie in a church this weekend in an attempt to kiss-up to Evangelicals who are already very concerned about his bona fides on faith and religion?

Adele Stan: How Soon They Forget: Megachurchgoers See No Evil In McCain

If McCain's efforts to woo the religious right seem a bit tone deaf and disingenuous, last night's audience at Saddleback didn't seem to mind.

David Fiderer: Republican Deceptions on Energy: The Little, The Big, The Hysterical

Lou Dobbs signed on to the Republicans' disinformation campaign, but what about legitimate journalists? Who in the mainstream media has enough guts to say a lie is a lie?

Linda Bergthold: Leaks in McCain's Cone of Silence?

The honor system, are you kidding me? I think it is pretty clear at this point McCain did indeed know the questions in advance at the Faith Forum.

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