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John Cornyn: No thanks to President Obama Q & A Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...


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    'We're always happy to hear from the president, but I don't really feel any compelling need to do it [on camera],' Texas Sen. John Cornyn said.

Senate Republicans don’t have much of an appetite to give President Barack Obama their version of question-and-answer time — not after seeing how Obama handled House Republicans last week.

“We’re always happy to hear from the president, but I don’t really feel any compelling need to do it [on camera],” Texas Sen. John Cornyn, the Republicans' chief campaign strategist, told POLITICO.

The White House has suggested that it would like Obama to address the Senate GOP Conference, with TV cameras present. Obama administration officials are eager for voters to see Obama operate in a format he relishes — and handle his former Senate colleagues the same way he did last week to House Republicans at their annual retreat.

Asked about the White House invitation to Senate Republicans, Cornyn said: “For what purpose? Was it for photo op or is it serious? The president can invite Mitch McConnell, John Boehner or anybody he wants for a serious talk about issues.”

Posted by Southern on Sunday, February 07, 2010 @ 21:58:58 EST (878 reads)

Governor Perry says the 'S' word Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

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Posted by Southern on Tuesday, November 17, 2009 @ 00:34:53 EST (735 reads)

Why Is This Man Laughing? Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF
Bush is laughing

Now I'm not saying George W. Bush doesn't love America. He clearly does. And I'm not saying he's the kind of man who takes pleasure in watching his successor slowly pinned and wriggling on the wall. He probably doesn't. ("Karl, what say we let that doofus with the Howdy Doody ears win the next one? It'll be good for at least another decade of those Pelosi losers eviscerating themselves. Put up... oh... I don't know... that McCain character. He's so dim he'll actually think it'll be an honor.")

And I'm not saying he likes watching prestige, power, wealth, and lives slowly being drained out of the body politic. He clearly loathes it. And I'm not saying that he's the sort of guy that say's "I told you so..." when he hasn't. He doesn't have to. Everyone except the most besotted core of Obamallationists knows the deep and sucking morass that is enveloping the Wunderkind with every passing day.

I'm just saying that sometimes, late at night on the ranch in Crawford, George W. Bush has to wander out onto the land and wonder....


Posted by Southern on Saturday, October 17, 2009 @ 00:02:20 EDT (774 reads)

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Suspends Three Others Over Photo Of Scantily-Clad Waitress


 In this photo provided by the Midland County, (Texas) Sheriff, an unidentified waitress at Twin Peaks Restaurant and Bar posses for a photo in Round Rock, Texas, Aug. 10, 2009. Midland County Sheriff Gary Painter fired one deputy and suspended three others without pay for the photos of a waitress holding a rifle sitting on a Midland County patrol car. Round Rock officers were dispatched to the restaurant after someone reported the waitress with the weapon, which had been given to her by one of the deputies who had been attending a training session near Austin. (AP Photo/Midland County Sheriff)


Posted by Southern on Thursday, August 27, 2009 @ 00:33:18 EDT (3017 reads)

Cornyn accuses White House of compiling 'enemies list' Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Texas Sen. John Cornyn, accusing the White House of compiling an "enemies list," has asked President Barack Obama to stop an effort to collect "fishy" information Americans see about a health care overhaul.

Cornyn, who leads the Republicans' Senate campaign effort, said Wednesday in a letter to Obama that he's concerned that citizen engagement on the issue could be "chilled." He also expressed alarm that the White House could end up collecting electronic information on its critics.

"I can only imagine the level of justifiable outrage had your predecessor asked Americans to forward e-mails critical of his policies to the White House," Cornyn wrote.

Cornyn was responding to a post on the White House's blog Wednesday in which users are asked to help stop the spread of disinformation about legislation to overhaul health insurance. The post offers an e-mail address,, for users to forward anything "on the web about health insurance reform that seems fishy."

Posted by Southern on Saturday, August 08, 2009 @ 16:40:19 EDT (928 reads)

Gaza conflict sparks billboard battle in Texas  Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

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Texans have had occasion this week to witness the eruption of a billboard war waged between pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel grassroots organizations vying to tell Houston commuters their side of the story.

On Monday, two pro-Israel groups put up two giant roadside billboards bearing the message: "Save Gaza from Hamas. Teach peace, not hate."

The signs - featuring a picture of two boys, an Arab and an Israeli, sitting arm-in-arm and smiling - was put up in response to an earlier roadside campaign by a pro-Palestinian group under the banner "Pray for Gaza," featuring crying Arab children.

The 10 pro-Palestinian signs were put up throughout the city after January's Operation Cast Lead by an organization called the "Houston Coalition for Justice and Peace in Palestine."

The billboards pointed onlookers to a Web site ( praising the intifada and quoting critics of Israel, such as Jimmy Carter and Richard Falk. According to the site's "Facts" section, in carrying out Operation Cast Lead - launched in response to Palestinian rocket fire - Israel "broke first" the cease-fire it had with Hamas.

Posted by Southern on Thursday, July 16, 2009 @ 16:31:48 EDT (985 reads)

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