"We have a lousy Supreme Court decision that has opened the floodgates, and so we have to deal within the realm of constitutionality. And a lot of the campaign finance bills that we have passed have been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. I think the Constitution is wrong. I don’t think that money is the same thing as human b
Christine O'Donnell (R-DE) debates Chris Coons (D-DE), both candidates for US Senate, talk about the country's "culture of dependency." O'Donnell to Coons: "What do we want Delawarens to be receiving: food stamps or paychecks?" This is from the debate between Chris Coons (D-DE) and Christine O'Donnell on October 13, 2010.
"It means all the world to us to know that there are prayer circles out there and people who are keeping the spirits clean around us," First Lady Michelle Obama said on the "Tom Joyner Morning Show" today. VIDEO: Obama:
Chris Coons (D-DE), candidate for US Senate, responds to Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) calling him his "pet." This is from the debate between Chris Coons (D-DE) and Christine O'Donnell on October 13, 2010.
Rush Limbaugh accuses administration of being funded by communist money.
Liberal commentator Cenk Uygur reminds politicians they work for the people.
Newsmax: Rep. Pete Sessions tells Newsmax that he expects a “tsunami” of Republican wins in the House in the November elections and predicts that a GOP-controlled House will stop the Democrats’ agenda “dead in its tracks.”
In light of the White House’s charge that foreign money is influencing the midterm elections, NBC’s Chuck Todd joins the Morning Joe gang to discuss the Democrats' push to drum up support among the base of the party.
"Good morning. I'm happy to respond to Mr. Gibbs' request for a list of the foreign contributors to American Crossroads. There it is right there. Zero. Zero. Zero. In fact, you know while we're at it, let's talk about the president's evidence for the accusation that the Chamber of Commerce and American Crossroads had foreign donors. It is nada,
Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) comments on the worldwide injunction issued by a federal judge against the military enforcing rules against gays serving openly.
MSNBC: Keith Olbermann and Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., talks about the efforts by Karl Rove, the GOP and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to elude the snowballing foreign money scandal.
Bill O'Reilly: Most Americans are self-reliant people. They don't want the nanny state.
The Cook Political Report has moved this race from solid Democrat to just "likely Democrat." Candidate Sean Bielat (R-MA) blames Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) for allowing the economic collapse. Daily Caller: NRCC money to retire Barney Frank?
A reporter covering Rahm Emanuel (from WBBM-TV, among others) threatens another reporter (from WIND-AM) who is asking tough questions.
GE lets thousands of employees go after receiving $25 million from the government. Charles Krauthammer, a fierce opponent of the stimulus bill, doesn't blame GE for taking the money because they were basically forced to.
Rachel Maddow is joined by Democratic strategist Celinda Lake to discuss anonymous corporate donors pouring huge money into elections to help Republican candidates and why exposing this fact is a winning tactic for Democratic candidates.
Democrats maneuver through tough terrain.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said people were tricked into "liar loans" that they could not afford. Maxine Waters wouldn't answer if her husband's bank is doing principal write-offs as she is suggesting other banks are doing. She brushed off the question and said this interview is not about her husband.