We asked Mark Sanford's former speechwriter to write a speech that used polling data to pander to Republicans as much as possible. Here's what he came up with:
As American as apple pie.
In January of 2015 seventeen people were killed in Paris in attacks by Islamic extremists reportedly ordered by the Yemeni branch of al-Qaeda.
The right-wing media, of course, went wild as it does following any attack by Muslims. If you watched the news you'd almost think that every terrorist in the history of terrorism was an Islamic extremist.
That's just silly, so we thought we'd make a nifty little list of the worst of the right-wing U.S. domestic terrorists:
Breaking news coverage and last week's big debate helped both Fox News and Fox Business Network (both run by Roger Ailes) get big enough ratings to both hit the top five in all of basic cable television in primetime last week.
We all know that the Republican party likes to champion itself the "party for Christian values" though as I've pointed out many times before, I don't see a whole lot of Christ-like values within the GOP. It's never made sense to me how a gun-loving, poor-hating judgmental clan of people who proudly embrace greed while demonizing the needy can call themselves followers of Christ.