"If you need an example of what I’ve been talking about for the last nine months — about how the teacher’s union leadership is out of touch with the people and out of control — go watch this video," Christie said at a town hall meeting in South Brunswick.
"We really could have taken some video from the 1930's in Germany and we could have matched it up with that video that we just played a few minutes ago," MSNBC's Ed Schultz said about a video showing Rand Paul supporters attacking a MoveOn.org activist. "This is a very important election. Very important," Schultz concluded.
Robert Gibbs is asked by the press when Obama will stop using the "car in the ditch" metaphor to attack the GOP. "There's an Obama bumper sticker on the car, we know that," Gibbs said.
Florida gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink (D) thought the text message her make-up artist showed her during a debate break was from her daughter. Showing her the message was against the debate rules. "I looked at
"If we want it bad enough to go out there and work for it, I think we'll get it," Clinton said. "This is the largest number of close races I've ever seen across America. I've never seen it like this."
Rush Limbaugh comments on President Obama telling Latinos that we need to "punish our enemies" when it comes to border security.
"I think the best strategy is to call for a repeal bill and pass that bill," Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said about getting rid of health care reform. However, Coburn said the ultimate strategy to repeal the bill will be to "change the President in 2012."
Frank Caprio (D), candidate for Governor of Rhode Island, calls President Obama a "street fighter from Chicago."
Former Gore adviser Bob Shrum is optimistic about the outcome for Democrats in the midterm election. Shrum thinks Democrats should have made a big deal about tax cuts for the middle class before they recessed to campaigned.
David Axelrod blames "extraneous factors" and a lot of "fractiousness" are to blame for Democrats' poor showing in Illinois. Axelrod is talking about the race for Governor and the U.S. Senate race.
Bill Kristol says the Democrats will lose the House by a "considerable" margin such as 60+ seats and the Senate is now 50/50.
"I'm not as pessimistic as some," DNC Chairman Timothy Kaine told MSNBC.
Democratic strategist Pat Caddell: "Right now, what the country wants is someone who will help lead them or group to lead them and the tea parties is part of that expression, that will lead them through the future."
FOX VEGAS: Some voters in Boulder City complained on Monday that their ballot had been cast before they went to the polls, raising questions about Clark County's electronic voting machines. Voter Joyce Ferrara said when they went to vote for Republican Sharron Angle, her Democratic opponent, Sen. Harry Reid's name was already checked. Ferrara
"The View" co-host Joy Behar flips out after Sharron Angle attacks Harry Reid on his position on illegal immigration.
An apparent Rand Paul supporter stomps on Lauren Valle, a MoveOn.org volunteer, after she attempted to approach Paul with a "RepublicanCorp" sign.
"I hope in the future it's going to be better," Rand Paul (R-KY), candidate for U.S. Senate said.
In this two minute ad, Florida Republican Senate candidate Marco Rubio delivers his closing statement to voters, arguing that "if we stay on this road Washington has us on right now, we will risk the essence of what makes us exceptional, we will lose what makes us unique." He says he's running for the Senate "to change the direction Washington i
President Obama warns Latino voters who are going to sit out the midterm election because immigration reform hasn't been passed.The President urges Latino voters to "punish our enemies and reward our friends."
An Ed Show panel talks about the Republicans' plans if they take control of Congress.
According to reports, two of the TARP bailout's biggest opponents, House Minority Leader John Boehner and Rep. Eric Cantor, received campaign contributions from companies that received these funds. The Washington Post's Ezra Klein discusses.
Bill O'Reilly highlights the danger of radical Islamic terrorism and argues that Americans "are in no mood for politically correct nonsense about the Muslim threat."
The "Special Report" panel discusses Rhode Island Democratic gubernatorial candidate Frank Caprio's criticism of President Obama.