Exactly; no doubt this faux outrage on White House visitation must have come from O'Reilly as well. As if that's the nations worst problem. Carol hasn't left Orlando in years.<quoted text>
Something tells me she too will ignore the facts, when presented, as he did tonight on his show. It's easier that way.
This is a long, but informative article on the sequester. I doubt Carol will read it, but, it's a beginning in hopes that perhaps she can comprehend the dynamics of it:
There are three groups of Republicans in the House. There are many Members who will never vote for a compromise that closes tax loopholes for the wealthy. There is a smaller group of Members who believe it is in their interest to support such a compromise. But there is also a group of Members who may or may not be convinced to cast a vote for a compromise, but can be convinced that it is in the interests of the GOP brand for Boehner to allow a vote on a compromise that passes both houses and ends the sequester.
That third group of Republican Members is critical of the outcome of the sequester saga. If Progressives and the White House can make these issues personal and concrete, it will begin to tarnish the Republican brand among swing voters.
A recent Public Policy Polling survey found that voters considered Congressional Republicans less popular than head lice, root canals or colonoscopies. It's hard to imagine their image declining much further, but it is certainly possible. As the concrete effects of the Republican sequester become more and more visible, wiser heads in the Republican Party may very well decide that a compromise that looks impossible today, is very possible tomorrow.