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.
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"She's an Andy Griffith character," filmmaker Oliver Stone said.
"He's a jackass. He's an economic illiterate. He's an economic ignoramus. And that's being charitable," Rush Limbaugh said.
"It is simply nonsense for [Republicans] to be attacking the food stamp program," Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) said.
"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."
"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.
"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.
Author Eugene Robinson and MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell join Morning Joe.
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.
"In the end, elections are about comparisons," Gov. Rendell said on FOX News.
"This is a bad year to be running as Democrat," RealClearPolitics' Tom Bevan says of this year's midterm elections.
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
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.
Daily Show: Perhaps CNN will use Rick Sanchez's vacated timeslot to starve parasites like Jon by putting on quality news and discussion.
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?"
Gloria Allred's attack on Meg Whitman shows how "dirty politics can get."
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.
Let Me Finish: Hardball’s Chris Matthews predicts what will happen if Republicans take over Congress.