Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) admitted on This Week With George Stephanopoulos Sunday morning that the Republican Party had badly misplayed the attempt to defund Obamacare through a continuing resolution to fund Obamacare, but warned triumphant Democrats that the problems of the Affordable Care Act would long outlive the embarrassments of the shutdown.
Angel alum Alexis Denisof has booked an arc on another genre show, NBC’s supernatural crime drama Grimm. He will play Viktor, Albert Wilhelm George Beckendorf, the cunning, smart, funny and ruthless first cousin to Eric Renard (James...Show More Summary
On Friday, while the manhunt for suspected Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev continued, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) published a series of tweets suggesting that he wanted to revive the George W. Bush-era debates about whether terrorism suspects can be denied many constitutional rights and tried by a military tribunal. In a statement Graham released yesterday with [...]
Some Republicans have no shame, especially Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham. The senators' attacks on Ambassador Susan Rice over Benghazi are relentless. Why?
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on Sunday fought back against attempts by George Stephanopoulos to cover for the Obama administration's handling of the terrorist attack in Libya. The This Week anchor and former aide to Bill Clinton...Show More Summary
Click here to view this media I love watching millionaire politicians divvy up our safety net, don't you? So does George Stephanopoulos, since he brings it up Every. Single. Chance. He. Gets. The thought of some working class schmoe having a dignified retirement really, really gets to the Villagers, apparently: Senators, welcome. Show More Summary
On ABC’s This Week, Senators Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin discussed the fiscal cliff and the possibility of a bipartisan deal on tax increases and spending cuts. Graham repeatedly indicated to host George Stephanopoulos that he isShow More Summary
With the attacks in Libya becoming a major point of criticism, several Republicans have compared President Obama's response to the situation with that of President George W. Bush's handling of the war in Iraq and the infamous weapons of mass destruction mishap.
He didn't make recommendations. If you're Andy Griffith and it's The Andy Griffith Show you don't make recommendations.
Some conservatives will go to great lengths to prove ridiculous conspiracies, such as the one that claims Obama hates honkies. While its good to see a conservative with decent taste in music, The… Read More ?
The actor and comedian George Lindsey, who played Goober on the Andy Griffith Show, Mayberry R.F.D. and Hee Haw over three decades, has died after a brief illness. He was 83. Lindsey won the role of Goober after being beaten out as Gomer...Show More Summary
RIP, George Lindsey. "Goober thought he had a talking dog... It revealed Goober's childlike qualities; it made you laugh and cry."
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George Lindsey, who played the memorable character of Goober Pyle on The Andy Griffith Show, died early yesterday morning at the age of 83. Lindsey, who later was a regular on the long-running country music comedy show Hee Haw, passed...Show More Summary
George Lindsey, the character actor who died Sunday at age 83, got a warm tribute from his pal and former costar, Andy Griffith.
Actor and comedian George Lindsey, best known for playing the character Goober Pyle on television, died Sunday in Nashville. He had been ill since suffering a stroke in March. He introduced the character of Goober — the quintessential grinning hayseed, equal parts annoying and endearing — on “The Andy Griffith Show,” the long-running situation comedy [...]
George "Goober" Lindsey, best known for playing Goober Pyle on "The Andy Griffith Show," died Sunday (May 6) in Nashville at the age of 83 after a long hospitalization.
George Lindsey, best known for playing Goober Pyle on The Andy Griffith Show, has died. He was 83 years old. Lindsey died Sunday in Nashville after an extended hospitalization, The Tennessean reports. An Alabama native, Lindsey went to college to become a teacher, but joined the United States Air Force in the '50s. Show More Summary
George Lindsey, the Alabama native who played Goober on The Andy Griffith Show, Mayberry RFD and Hee Haw, died early this morning in Nashville after a brief illness. He was 83. Goober was the cousin of the character Gomer Pyle played by Jim Nabors. Show More Summary
83 year-old Lindsey played the classic character — cousin of Gomer Pyle — on The Andy Griffith Show, Hee Haw, and Mayberry R.F.D. for nearly 30 years. [AP via The Daily Beast] ... More »