The recent release of internal governmental e-mail show that there was no cover-up intended by the edits.
To review the news article discussing this development, go to: http://theweek.com/article/index/244161/new-white-house-email-proof-there-was-no-benghazi-cover-up
Thanks for the clarification.
Video of Stephen Colbert on a Tennessee misunderstanding: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/wp/2013/04/01/stephen-colbert-on-a-tennessee-misunderstanding-video/?wpisrc=nl_politics
It is very significant that Mitt Romney only garnered 27% of the Hispanic vote. Given that they are one of the fastest growing segments of voters, that does not bode well for Republicans vying for the Presidency in the future.
Poll shows widespread support for raising taxes on the wealthy: http://www.businessweek.com/ap/2012-12-06/poll-shows-support-for-raising-taxes-on-the-rich
It will be interesting to see if Clay draws a cartoon relating to the DREAM Act - lite proposed legislation prepared by Republican Senators Kyl and Hutchinson. That move undoubtedly represents some self-reflection among Republicans about the dismal percentage of Hispanics who voted for Romney.
If you'd like to read about the bill, go to: http://abcnews.go.com/ABC_Univision/Politics/republican-senators-introduce-alternative-dream-act-bill/story?id=17820394#.ULVNUeTEZJE
The professional political progrnosticators give President Obama between a 75 and 80 percent chance of being re-elected. Nate Silver, who writes the influential five-thiry-eight blog put it this way. The odds of President Obama winning a bigger victory in the electoral college in 2012 than he did in 2008 are essentially the same as the odds of Romney winning the Presidency.
That makes sense. Thanks.
I'm sorry to be so dense, but I can't fathom the cryptic message embedded in today's cartoon. Could somebody please clarify it for me?
To verify that (1) Republicans spread more deceptions and (2) Republicans' lies are much more flagrant, all you need to do is to peruse the entries at any of the various non-partisan fact-checkers, such as FactCheck.org, Snopes.com, PolitiFact.com, and The Washington Post’s Fact Checker. That will objectively prove the point Clay was trying to make in his current cartoon.