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I just witnessed John Cornyn trying to duck Andrea Mitchell's question about defunding Planned Parenthood.  What a liar.  Same as Boehner a minute before him.

They get up in front of the entire nation and state over and over again that it's "about the money" but then they duck every hint at actually answering the questions posed to them.  It's an absolute lie and they know it, but they just can't seem to tell the truth.  

What is it with these Politicians?  For that matter, why do all the Journalists let them get away with it.  Andrea tried to get a second question in about Planned Parenthood, but then for the second time she just let the guy duck the question again.  It's shameful for both the Politician and the Press.  

It's such an insult to the intelligence of the Electorate that they can do this with impunity.  They need to be taken to task and forced to explain their positions in detail.  There is no reason they should be allowed to get on National TV and allowed to lie their way through an interview.  It wouldn't happen if Rachel Maddow was the person doing the interview, but of course, she's labeled a "wacko liberal" and none of them would dare allow themselves to be questioned by her.  They're simply scared shitless of her.  

The Republicans are losing their mind.  I say close the whole fucking country down, for however long it takes.  There is no negotiating with them.  They lie, cheat and steal from this country.  They're only interested in pushing the limit further than they can reasonably expect, and we will never satisfy them.  Close it down.


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