Liberals from David Axelrod to Alan Dershowitz have decried the grand jury indictment of Rick Perry as a hatchet job, but to NBC senior political news editor Mark Murray it’s still a political “error” for the Republican Governor of Texas. Appearing...Show More Summary
Jonathan Chait at New York magazine blasted the indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R-Tex.) as “unbelievably ridiculous.” Ari Melber of MSNBC deemed the Friday legal action as “very weak on paper.” Big Democrat David Axelrod called it “pretty sketchy.” So, I’ll let them speak for me on the serious issues involved in Perry’s political […]
All three network morning shows on Monday continued to hype the Friday indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry but none of the broadcasts mentioned prominent liberals like Obama adviser David Axelrod or Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz...Show More Summary
HOUSTON, Texas -- Liberals and conservatives have criticized the indictments of Presidential contender and the longest-serving Governor of Texas, Governor Rick Perry. Left of center activists, and David Axelrod, a political consultant...Show More Summary
If the court of public opinion has an impact on a jury's decisions, Texas Governor Rick Perry may have a chance of beating his indictments. While poorly informed Democrats like Obama advisor David Axelrod call the indictments "sketchy,"...Show More Summary
IT’S COME TO THIS: David Axelrod: ‘Perry Indictment Looks Pretty Sketchy.’
Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R), nobody's idea of a liberal politician, wants everyone to know about the left-leaning observers who have rushed to his defense after he was indicted last Friday. On "Fox News Sunday," Perry was asked whether he takes the indictment against him seriously. Show More Summary
On Fox News Sunday, Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) dismissed the indictment handed down by a Texas grand jury this week that he abused his power in threatening to veto funding for an agency run by a Travis County District Attorney he wanted to resign. Show More Summary
I'll just leave this here. Unless he was demonstrably trying to scrap the ethics unit for other than his stated reason, Perry indictment seems pretty sketchy.— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) August 16, 2014 Perry announced he'll be making a statement today....
Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry was indicted by a grand jury Friday for using his budget powers to force the removal of a District Attorney arrested last year in a humiliating and very public drunk driving incident. Saturday morning, however, Perry finds himself with the unlikeliest of defenders. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) I’d like to thank David Axelrod for his not so subtle reminder that Hillary Clinton voted for the war in Iraq. As Scott noted, Axelrod responded to Clinton’s statement that “‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ [President Obama's...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) David Axelrod fired back at Ms. Hillary on Twitter today — fired back in response to her interview with the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg — operating as always on behalf of his lord and master. (Paul wrote about the interview...Show More Summary
CNN’s POLITICAL GUT CHECK | for August 12, 2014 | 5 p.m. — n. a pause to assess the state, progress or condition of the political news cycle OBAMA CAMP KNOCKS CLINTON IN FOREIGN POLICY SPAT … David Axelrod, former adviser to President Barack Obama, hit back Tuesday against Hillary Clinton's recent criticism of Obama's […]
Written by Doug Powers The MSM is reporting this as David Axelrod taking a swipe at Hillary Clinton, but much of Obama’s inner circle is collateral damage. From USA Today: Things seem to be getting tense between the President Obama and Hillary Clinton camps. Long-time Obama political adviser David Axelrod took to Twitter on Tuesday […]
Last night I noted the perilous game Hillary Clinton was playing, attempting to put distance between herself and President Obama's foreign policy at a time when his foreign policy is under attack. Now David Axelrod is swiping back about Clinton's Iraq War vote in 2002. I'm not interested in litigating the ins and outs of this. Show More Summary
David Axelrod, the former top political adviser to President Obama, slammed Hillary Clinton on Tuesday for her sharp critique of Obama's foreign policy doctrine of "don't do stupid stuff."
Former top Obama adviser David Axelrod on Tuesday took a swipe at Hillary Clinton over the ex-secretary of state's recent criticism of the White House's handling of foreign policy. In an Atlantic interview published Sunday, Clinton said...Show More Summary
(CNN) – Zing! David Axelrod, former adviser to President Barack Obama, hit back Tuesday against Hillary Clinton's recent criticism of Obama's foreign policy. Just to clarify: "Don't do stupid stuff" means stuff like occupying Iraq in the first place, which was a tragically bad decision.— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) August 12, 2014 In an interview with […]
First David Axelrod, now MoveOn.org: Hillary Clinton's comments in The Atlantic this weekend, in which she criticized President Barack Obama for an overly-cautious Middle East policy, did the trick, if the trick was reigniting opposition to her from the left.
former Obama advisor David Axelrod has two words for Clinton: Iraq War, which she supported, and which arguably cost her the 2008 nomination against Iraq War opponent Barack Obama