October 5, 2010 Archives

October 5, 2010 Archives

Obama Loses Presidential Seal: "All Of You Know Who I Am"

The presidential seal has fallen off President Barack Obama's podium and clattered to the stage as Obama delivered a speech to a women's conference. The president was joking with the audience and getting some laughs when he realized what happened. "All of you know who I am," he quipped.

MN-6: Bachmann Opponent: She's "Not Doing @#%!"

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Oliver Stone: Sarah Palin Is A "Moron"

"She's an Andy Griffith character," filmmaker Oliver Stone said.



Rush Limbaugh: Obama Is A "Jackass"

"He's a jackass. He's an economic illiterate. He's an economic ignoramus. And that's being charitable," Rush Limbaugh said.

Rep. McDermott: Without Food Stamps, US Would Be Terrible

"It is simply nonsense for [Republicans] to be attacking the food stamp program," Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) said.

Woodward: Obama/Clinton 2012 Ticket "On The Table"

"It's on the table," veteran Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward told CNN's John King in an interview for John King, USA to air Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET. "Some of Hillary Clinton's advisers see it as a real possibility in 2012."



Biden: "Reports Of The Death Of Democratic Party Have Been Greatly Exaggerated"

"I'm here to tell you that on November the 3rd, the Democrats will retain a majority in the House, a majority in the Senate and these two folks will be heading to the state capital," Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Gov. Christie: It Is "Put Up Or Shut Up Time" For GOP

"We lost our way a number of years ago. We did. We became tax-and-spend light," Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) said in Iowa last night.

Robinson: GOP Hasn't Made An Effort To Attract Black Voters

Author Eugene Robinson and MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell join Morning Joe.



CT-Sen Debate: Blumenthal Can't Explain How To Create A Job

Dick Blumenthal (D-CT) talks about how the government can "create" and "keep" jobs. Linda McMahon, the Republican candidate, uses little time to rebut Blumenthal and explain how a job is created in the private sector.

Gov. Rendell: Dems Need "To Get Over The Complaining"

"In the end, elections are about comparisons," Gov. Rendell said on FOX News.

RCP's Bevan Discusses Control Of Senate, House

"This is a bad year to be running as Democrat," RealClearPolitics' Tom Bevan says of this year's midterm elections.



FL-Sen: Crist Ad Slams Rubio On Social Security

A new ad from Charlie Crist's campaign hits Marco Rubio on Social Security: "Work longer, get buy on less. That's the Marco Rubio retirement plan." Marco Rubio's campaign issued a full response, calling the spot a "desperate false a

NY-Gov: Paladino: Voters Are My "Baseball Bat"

Carl Paladino, the Republican candidate for governor of New York, says he is a reflection of voter anger and that the people of the Empire State will be his “baseball bat” in an effort to take a swing at Albany politics.

Jon Stewart Responds To Rick Sanchez

Daily Show: Perhaps CNN will use Rick Sanchez's vacated timeslot to starve parasites like Jon by putting on quality news and discussion.

Krauthammer: Obama In Trouble If He Has To Go To Madison to Find Friendly Audience

Charles Krauthammer: "If you note where the president was actually speaking, he was at the Universty of Wisconsin. If the president has to go to the Univeristy of Wisconsin to get a friendly audience, you know he's in trouble. Where's he going to go next? Berkeley? Berlin?"

Bill O'Reilly: Political Hit Job Exposed

Gloria Allred's attack on Meg Whitman shows how "dirty politics can get."

Olbermann: A Preview Of The Tea Party's America

MSNBC: Gene Cranick found himself experiencing the Tea Party’s proposed “government a la carte” when he didn’t pay the $75 surcharge to the South Fulton Fire Department. His house caught fire and the fireman did nothing to stop it. Cranick describes his ordeal to Countdown’s Keith Olbermann.

Matthews: What's At Stake If GOP Wins Midterms

Let Me Finish: Hardball’s Chris Matthews predicts what will happen if Republicans take over Congress.


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