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The Montana GOP Hypocrite of the Week Award Goes to…

…Montana’s Millionaire Congressman Dennis Rehberg, who just before voting against ending giveaways to Big Oil CEOs, tried to revive old debates on ‘welfare reform’. In classic hypocritical fashion, Congressman Rehberg thinks job-creating Pell Grants are ‘welfare’ and wants to gut them. He’s already tried to deny Montana $15…

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Today’s Must Read Political Blog Post

…Is over at Intelligent Discontent. Wow. I know that working for the Montana Republican Party can’t be easy–especially after this legislative session.  With the current slate of lackluster statewide candidates (Steve Daines anyone?), few people want to listen to you any more, and fewer people are…

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Talk About Out of Touch

Incumbent Congressman Dennis Rehberg sent out this survey recently. Are gas prices too high? Should DC impose a mileage tax? The only reason to poll these questions is simply if you have no clue about the real issues facing everyday Montanans–but Rehberg is so out-of-touch…

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National Suicide

A group of America’s most far-right activists are pushing an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to do away with our union as we know it–a constitutional amendment that would allow states to nullify federal laws by a vote  2/3 of state legislatures. Montana State Senator Jason…

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Compare and Contrast

Rather than looking to end the massive subsidies for big oil companies as a responsible way to ensure big corporations are carrying their responsibility toward reducing the debt, incumbent Congressman Rehberg has actually voted against a measure that would end giveaways for big oil. Yep.  In light of…

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Millionaire Macaca Moment

Talking Points Memo is reporting on Rehberg’s latest:  Montana’s millionaire Congressman Dennis Rehberg is trying to convince Montanans that he’s “cash poor,” but his millions of dollars say otherwise. Congressman Rehberg is so completely out of touch that he believes that inheriting millions amounts to ‘struggling.’…

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