"I don't think he should resign, I think he should be fired. He's done a miserable job," Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) said of White House press secretary Robert Gibbs.
Kentucky Senate candidate (R) on man caught on tape allegedly attempting to impersonate a racist supporter. "The tea party has done so well, that the only way they can drag us down is to not to talk about the issues, but they want to talk about something that is not an issue and they want to vilify us personally, but they don't want to
CNN: "I don't like the Arizona law. I don't think it's the way to go," Crist told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on The Situation Room. "I think the key word […] is 'people that are suspected of being illegal immigrants.' How do you make that determination? By what they look like? That's not part of the America I believe in."
DNC Chairman Tim Kaine says Democrats is encourages hallengers in Democratic primaries. Kaine made the point you get to here more points of view this way. "I don't think competition is a bad thing at all," Kaine said. Kaine also explains why Obama is standing behind Senate candidate Michael Bennet (D) in Colorado.
Karl Rove says pressures facing administration got to Robert Gibbs when he slammed liberal critics.
"I don't know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican. Ok? Do I need to say more," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said at a mostly Hispanic meeting.
"I don't plan on leaving," White House Press Secretary said about his departure from the Obama administration over a comment he made about the "professional left."
Tea Party candidate Ken Buck wins Senate GOP primary in Colorado.
MSNBC: In a Special Comment, Countdown’s Keith Olbermann explains to White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs that while his frustration is understandable, it is more appropriately directed at the “professional right” and at the Obama administration itself for throwing out so many principles in an effort to compromise with an u
Charles Krauthammer: "He'll admit to anything, but he won't admit to the charges that imply that he sold his office. And that's where he makes his stand. And I commend him on his integrity, or at least his belief that he didn't transgress in that case and that he should defend himself."
Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO), who was selected to replace Interoior Salazar Ken Salazar, says he is happy to win the Democrat primary for Senate in his state because it is the first race he has ever won. Bennet also discussed the rivarly between Obama endorsing him and former President Clinton endorsing his opponent, Andrew Romanoff (D). "Peop
Bill O'Reilly: President Obama does not seem to understand the unintended consequences of higher costs on businesses.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz and Salon.com's Joan Walsh talks about how out of touch House Minority Leader John Boehner is with the middle class. Schultz says Boehner's opponent is a real "winner."
"Now we've got three months to go so we've decided, well, we can politic," President Obama said at a fundraiser in Texas. He said he had a wake-up call for Republicans: "They've forgot I know how to politic pretty good."
Colorado gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo says he would block state school funding for the children of illegal immigrants.
Republican Senate candidate from Florida Marco Rubio responds to Sen. Harry Reid's statement that he doesn't know "how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican."
Linda McMahon sweeps to victory in Conn. GOP primary.