Jeb Bush shoots down 2016 questions from all six major Sunday talk shows, while also discussing his ever-evolving stance on immigration reform along the way. (Also: crack addicts.) And Paul Ryan discloses his new budget operates under the assumption Obamacare will be repealed.
Paul Ryan dominated the conversation on Sunday. McCain called him a 'a bold choice,' and compared him to Palin; David Axelrod called him 'bright,' but 'wrong;' and Tim Pawlenty tried to convince us he's 'not disappointed,' with getting passed over, again.
Reince Priebus steals the headline for calling Harry Reid a "dirty liar," but everyone else on the Sunday talk shows couldn't stop talking about Reid, Romney, and the debate over the Republican needing to release more of his tax returns.
Democrats came out swinging on Sunday, taking coordinated shots across the Sunday shows at Romney's questionable offshore finances, while poor Bobby Jindal was left to defend Romney.
When Democratic Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz revamped her hairdo in April, our commenters bristled at the ensuing headlines: "Can't wait for a similar story about a man's grooming." Turns out, they were right: The Democrat's curly locks were dramatically-overplayed!
Rudy Giuliani thinks he's still running for the Republican nomination and attacked Mitt Romney's reputation as a job creator on State of the Union; John McCain attacked Obama's foreign policy record on Fox News Sunday.
Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus denied that his party has a woman problem in a way that made a feminist argument, even if it was on accident: women shouldn't be considered a special interest group, but maybe old men should.
Also: Prince Harry and his ex-girlfriend are speaking.
Learning to refine their "Jewish messaging" amid Obama's weak poll numbers
Wasserman Schultz talks politics and West takes it personal
Plus: a baby for Bridesmaids star Maya Rudolph
Conservatives argue the raid validates the Bush era anti-terror policies
The political battle between Democrats and Republicans convince you they're grown-ups
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