I’ll say it right away: the campaign trail is not for the thin-skinned. You will have doors slammed in your face, sometimes by sweet old ladies who take one look at your button and scream “NO!” Brideshead Revisited hd You will see people peer out through a crack in the blinds and then pretend they’re …
Moderator Bob Schieffer did the best job of all the monitors so far in attempting to make the candidates actually answer the questions.
This scandal should show everyone that Palin did mean it when she said the Vice President’s office should have expanded powers. It should also show people exactly what she thinks of the rule of law.
After John McCain’s slightly scolding “responsibility” spiel, Obama stated bluntly that healthcare was a right.
On health care policy, Biden made sure to bring up McCain’s proposal to tax employee health benefits to pay for his $5000 tax credit for insurance.
The best actors can do more with stillness than scenes full of action, and Newman excelled at that.
McCain’s repeated references to not being “Miss Congeniality” ended up a bit confusing—a veiled reference to his running mate?
It is indeed funny that the first people to decry suggestions for national health care as “socialism” are willing to take government money to bail out huge investment banks.
Gustav could’ve been an opening to talk once again about the need to fix the levees—they held, yes, but does that mean everyone will assume they will hold if another Category 4 storm hits the city?
There is the idea that nominating Palin reaches out to the conservative religious types—but are arch-conservative Christians going to like having a woman in power?