Dicker: Do you have any evidence of the charge you made? Paladino: Of course I do. You'll get it at the appropriate time. You're not entitled to it. You're his (Cuomo's) stalking horse. You're his bird dog. You send another goon to my daughter's house, I'll take you out.
Maine Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul LePage told a group of fishermen at a GOP forum that he won't be afraid to tell President Barack Obama to "go to hell."
We just can't do it in the first two years," Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC), the Democratic whip, said on MSNBC. Clyburn reiterated his fear that if Republicans gain control of Congress they are going to investigate President Obama's birth certificate and status as a US citizen. "We are going to maintain the majority in the House and Senate," Clyb
Republican congressional candidate Daniel Webster (FL) says Rep. Grayson (D-FL) distorted his words.
CNN reporter explains in detail how she was the target of a failed "prank" by conservative activist James O'Keefe.
"And so I'm very proud of the fact that we've been able to prevent the economy from going into a second depression, but not only do we have a big hole that we've got to climb ourselves out of -- we still have those 8 million jobs that were lost, and that's a lot of jobs to make up -- the economy is still not growing as fast as it needs to," Pres
Unqualified teachers will feel the lash. The governor is demanding that teachers in kindergarten through fifth grade actually pass tests in reading and math in order to be certified. “It might lead to the firing of lousy teachers and bad principals who hurt our children,” Christie said.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) on the progress of the recovery. "Most of the people do not want to go back to the economic policies that got us in this mess in the first place," Van Hollen said.
California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman (R) responds to maid's claims.
"It's my job to defend those who want a place to worship. This is a first amendment issue, plain and simple. If you think about it, do you want somebody telling you where you can build your church, who should be at the front of the congregation, what he or she would say, where the money should come from? I don't think so," New York Mayor Michael
"I'm a fiscal conservative, who is a social moderate," Gov. Charlie Crist (I-FL) said on MSNBC. Crist is the independent candidate for U.S. Senate from Florida.
GOP Ohio: A Republican staffer (and Iraq War vet) has hot coffee poured down his back by a Strickland supporter while trying to videotape Gov. Strickland's remarks at a campaign event. The assailant later returns to make an obscene gesture. Authorities are trying to identify the man in this video.
MSNBC takes Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson (FL) to task for labeling his Republican opponent as "Taliban Dan."
"It's going to get nastier.... This is your life Andrew Cuomo ... I don't mind being nasty, OK?," candidate for NY Government Carl Paladino (R) said.
The Florida Democratic Party released a new television ad that uses Governor Charlie Crist's own words to show he is a proud conservative and lifelong Republican. The ad uses video of Crist declaring his conservative credentials to make its point with statements Crist made as recently as September 16, 2010. The spot, which will run in media ma
President Barack Obama is urging college students at a Wisconsin campaign rally to stick with him and vote in the Nov. 2 elections, promising that "change is going come." Obama told his audience that change will come "but you've got to stick with me."
Committee for Truth in Politics ad: "Many things are wrong in Washington. Washington won't balance the budget. Washington won't secure our borders. Washington has grown too big, inefficient and out of control, and they think it's all one big joke. Washington won't fix our problems, and Joe Manchin will make things worse."
"It's something that I am thinking about. I'm open to it. But, I haven't finally decided that yet and probably won't until January or February," Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-Minn.) said about 2012 ambitions on MSNBC.
MSNBC: With Senator Jim DeMint's (R-SC) threat to stop all legislation in the Senate as an example, Rachel Maddow describes what happens when an anti-government movement begins to elect representatives to the government; when the very people responsible for running the government oppose the government.
Bill O'Reilly: There is a lively debate in the country about how committed Barack Obama is to defeating terrorism.
MSNBC: Hardball’s Chris Matthews agrees with President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and encourages Democrats to behave like political grown-ups.
President plays blame game in magazine interview.