"I'm nothing you've heard. I'm you. None of us are perfect, but none of us can be happy with what we see all around us, politicians who think spending, trading favors and backroom deals are the ways to stay in office. I'll go to Washington and do what you'd do. I'm Christine O'Donnell, and I approve this message. I'm you," Christine O'Donnell (R
"He uses these idiot boards to read speeches in television and I think he loses the connection that he needs emotionally with American voters," former Vice President Walter Mondale (D) said on CNN.
"Pretty much, would you say that the size of the crowd is pretty much the same? I would. I was there," MSNBC's Ed Schultz said about the "One Nation" rally and Glenn Beck's rally.
"Our best days are still ahead," the ad says while showing a clip of then-candidate Barack Obama with his family at the DNC convention.
"People in this building are focused on what they are doing here now, much like I am. I am happy doing what I am doing," White House press secretary Robert Gibbs responded when asked about rumors if he is leaving the White House.
Will audiotape help or hurt her campaign for Nevada Senate seat?
Eliot Spitzer says Tim Geithner is looking out for Wall Street and not Main Street.
The national tea party group that helped overthrow U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the GOP primary is back in Alaska, vowing for a repeat defeat in the general election. The California-based Tea Party Express unveiled a new ad campaign Monday in support of Murkowski's Republican rival, Joe Miller.
Gloria Allred denies collaboration with Jerry Brown's campaign for California governor.
Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) at the "One Nation" rally.
"Do we really want these guys running the government?," Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) said of the Republican candidates. "It's a tough year. It's tough for Republican incumbents," Rendell said.
From the YouTube description: This video was taken after the One Nation rally on 10/2/2010 in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC. They left our Mall littered with their pre-printed Union signs and garbage. Very classy.
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) says the Obama administration is "pivoting" to the left-wing base.
The segment of Abbie Boudreau's documentary, Right on the Edge, that addresses the James O'Keefe debacle.
White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett joins Morning Joe to discuss Rahm Emanuel's depature and women entrepreneurship. Jarrett, like others, will not endorse Rahm Emanuel for Mayor of Chicago yet.
(CBS) Comparing the current political situation as the Democrats head toward midterm elections with his own, former President Jimmy Carter said that President Obama faces obstacles he did not in 1978. Appearing on CBS' "The Early Show" this morning from a Habitat for Humanity construction site in Washington, D.C., President Carter said that at
President Obama: "The city of New Orleans has had its trials. But you've also had great champions, fighting to see you through the tough times. Cedric Richmond is one of those champions."
Republican Joe Miller of Alaska wants to eliminate the minimum wage.
Linda McMahon's campaign hits Democratic opponent Richard Blumenthal for misrepresenting his Vietnam-era military service: "If he lied about Vietnam, what else is he lying about?"
Haley for Governor released its third television ad of the general election.
Thomas Sowell: Iran is getting nuclear weapons, and people don't seem to understand what that means. The Japanese in 1945 were a lot tougher than we are today, and yet it took only two nuclear weapons to get them to surrender. So people are saying, you know, Iran may have only a couple of nuclear bombs. That's all they need. If
A new DSCC ad hits Linda McMahon for laying off workers and supporting corporate tax breaks. "Linda McMahon: A bad CEO, worse senator."