* Markos Moulitsas points out that the Senate is pretty much just as worthless under Obama as it was under Bush.
* Todd Beeton wants to know if Joe Lieberman will ever be held responsible for anything.
* No casualties reported in Rahm Emanuel's first meetings with GOP congressional leadership.
* Ron Paul wants to kill taxes on personal income and replace them with taxes on nothing. (Part 2 to his Freakonomics readers' interview.)
* As Congress brushes off Dingell, Big Three take a dump.
* The Onion: Editorial "I'm not one of those 'Love thy neighbor' Christians"
* Turns out Christmas was the only thing holding our fragile economy together all those years. How about that?
Tags: Arizona, Auto Industry, Christianity, Christmas, Economy, House of Representatives, Janet Napolitano, Joe Lieberman, John Dingell, John McCain, Markos Moulitsas, Rahm Emanuel, Ron Paul, Senate, Taxes, The Onion
One of the things I really like about the Daily Kos website is how thoughtful and even-handed the people in its community are. For example, take this refreshingly erudite critique on Ralph Nader's campaign left on the website over the weekend…
Anyone who sails with the Nader crowd deserves nothing more than ridicule.
Fuck Ralph Nader, and fuck his supporters. If the past eight years hasn't smacked any sense into their addled brains, then nothing will. This site caters to the reality-based community. No one else need apply.
Alright, I know what you're thinking. It's unfair of me to pick out a random comment and post it as though it represents the site as a whole or the site's founder, Markos Moulitsas. And you're right.
That's why I didn't do that. That was Markos Moulitsas.
That guy's gonna be some lucky president's chief of staff one day.
Tags: Daily Kos, Markos Moulitsas, Ralph Nader
Let us know if you think Stephen was fair and balanced.
You can watch Moulitsas' previous appearance here.
Tags: Daily Kos, Markos Moulitsas, The Colbert Report