Insanity: Michael Skolnik thinks Republicans are to blame for fiscal cliff mess; Udpate: Skolnik doubles down

Skolnik, editor of, seems to have forgotten which party has most of the power in Washington these days. It certainly isn’t the GOP.

Fortunately, his ridiculous comment did not go unnoticed.

Blaming anything and everything else must make the Left feel much better about itself.

Update: There he goes again:

  • Mr. Grammar/SpellCkr

    Skolnik, Skolnik. Wasn’t he one of the Nerds in the Revenge of the Nerds franchise?

    • Guest

      Nah, I think he killed Martha Moxley…no, wait…that was another Michael Skanknik democrat, never mind.

      • lainer51


  • kch50428

    Who is this Skolnik and why should anyone give a donkey’s butt what he thinks?

  • Jim Dandy

    Sounds like some commie from Russia. Figures….

  • sb36695

    Useful idiots, this small business owner is closing after 27 years. Hopefully, you will learn something from the collapse. Good luck patriots!

  • louisiana_mom

    Don’t worry Michael, ObamaTaxCare has already sealed the fate of the poor and middle class… we won’t survive, thanks Dems… You have subjected us to a life of serfdom!

  • tredglx

    Yo, Skolnikovsky:
    Last I checked, pOTUS (small p intended), and the Senate are Dem. Spineless Boehner has given 0bama almost everything he wants, yet he wants more.

    Who’s driving the bus over the cliff? It ain’t the GOP, doofus…

  • detroit19

    Dear Michael Skolnik, QUIT speaking for this American, you idiot!

  • lainer51

    who the hell is this joker and why is he talking?

  • disqus_FpRJZ96WR5

    So now the Bush tax cuts are a good thing? It only took this jerk seven years to finally admit it.

  • Ro

    Mr. Skolnik is a very sensible writer/editor for Global Grind. To call him ‘insane’ is absurd, especially considering the mountains of evidence that detail historical Republican obstruction.

    I know people are going to throw rocks at this comment, but for the one or two of you that are open to civility and reason, it’s worth it.

    The evidence against the GOP is plentiful and compelling.

    According to the considerable amount of evidence Mr. Skolnik simply is not wrong. He’s merely just stating the obvious.