Joe Scarborough

The Spending Problem We Don't Have—and the One We Do

Joe Scarborough is right about the deficit, but wrong about the solution

Joe Scarborough is right about the deficit, but wrong about the solution.

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Scenes from the Conservative Bunker

The National Review summit's message: Obama is out to "annihilate" the GOP

The message to the several hundred disconsolate attendees: Obama is out to "annihilate" the GOP.

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The backlash against Nate Silver has demonstrated that sports fans are a lot smarter than political pundits.

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Chatting with Rendell on why Hillary will run in 2016, why Cory Booker is the biggest wuss in the party, and how he thinks CNN should be blown up.

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TAMPA—Conventionland is home to many different tribes. And, in a city as sprawling as Tampa, geography is everything. RNC press materials don’t provide a map of the different clan’s stomping grounds (something like the handy diagrams inside Game of Thrones). So, I’ll attempt to map out the GOP 2012 landscape for you. The center of power, the capital of Conventionland, is made up of two massive structures: The Tampa Convention Center and the Tampa Bay Times Forum (where the nightly televised events take place).

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1988 all over again? Romney accuses Obama of cultivating a welfare "base."

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Romney delivers a message capitalizing on the resentments of white working class voters—the exact voters he needs to win the election.

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Swimming in the Sea of Galilee is not scandalous or sacrilegious. It's refreshing.

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Mitt Romney is still playing the welfare card against Obama. But finally someone is daring to call Romney on the lies--Joe Scarborough, of all people.

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It's one of those days when the news cycle is moving faster than I can write about it. As of Wednesday afternoon, the chatter online is all about the Romney campaign's unexpected decision to cite his Massachusetts health reforms as proof that he cares about average Americans facing financial hardship. The decision is unexpected because Romney has spent the past two years vowing to repeal the Affordable Care Act, whose scheme for expanding insurance coverage is basically a national version of what Romney did in Massachusetts.

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