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A Line in the Sand

Montana Republicans have clarified a very important piece of party doctrine this week about which there had formerly been much confusion.  Yellowstone County Republicans turned away a congressional candidate from attending their annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, clearing up once and for all what kind of behavior…

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GOP Leader Forced to Admit the War on Women is Real

Washington GOP Chair Cites “War on Women” in Her Own Equal Pay Complaint The new chair of the Washington state Republican Party cited the war on women when she decried the fact that the she was being paid $20k less to do the same job…

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More Hollow Gestures

Last year,  the Flathead Memo caught Congressman Rehberg walking unashamedly behind a fire truck in Kalispell’s 2011 Independence Day parade.   The gesture was somewhat hollow because, at the same time, he was suing the Billings firefighters who risked their lives to save his scrub brush last year….

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This Week’s Worst Political Ad

The worst political ad this week comes to us from Texas.  Republican Roland Sledge, an oil and gas executive and candidate for Texas Railroad Commissioner, takes a Will Rogers quote about “peeing on an electric fence” too literally at :35 seconds in.

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Republican School Superintendent Accuses Obama of Treason

A Montana Republican School Superintendent and County Treasurer is accusing President Obama of treason and calling for his impeachment. Max Lenington (R), the elected County treasurer and school superintendent of Montana’s most populous county, wrote in today’s Billings Gazette  that President Obama: is assuredly the worst…

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Baucus Begins 2014 Campaign

Max Baucus has purchased $25,000 of radio ads that will air in the next weeks as Tax Day approaches, highlighting his role in the federal payroll tax cut, the Billings Gazette reported. Pundits are saying that this is the beginning of his re-election bid, and…

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Political Quick Hits

Another One Bites the Dust Another myth perpetrated by Republicans seeking to deceive the public has been shattered. Last week, Governor Brian Schweitzer shot down the GOP’s claims that  “taxes and regulations,” are to blame differing oil development levels in Montana and North Dakota, the AP reported.   This week,…

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Cowgirl Book Review

Neil Livingstone’s Guide for Sex tourists When Republican gubernatorial hopeful Neil Livingstone admitted to the Associated Press last week that he was once “a guest on a yacht full of hookers in Monte Carlo,” few people realized that Livingstone is actually a leading authority on…

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Top Ten Larry Kralj Nicknames for Republicans

Readers to this blog have no doubt come across the colorful language of commenter Larry Kralj.  Kralj always seems to come up with funny nicknames for the GOP-ers. Like people’s names in American Sign Language (ASL), the names usually include some inherent characteristic of the…

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The Dirty Trick Republicans Played on the Catholic Bishops

The Catholic bishops shocked the nation this week when they came out loud and strong against birth control. Since studies show even 98% of Catholic women use birth control at some point in their lives, it makes you wonder why they did it. After all, laws…

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Muppets Respond to FoxNews “Brain-Washing Kids” Accusation

Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy hit back at Fox News this week during a press conference following the London Premiere of the latest muppet movie. Recall that Fox News had publicly criticized the film for supposedly pushing a ‘dangerous liberal agenda’ at kids. The…

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