"I think the reason that they're scaling back from the extravagance and the pomp of Colorado in 2008 is not because of any diminution of Obama's self-regard, it's because they're running out of money," syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said about the Democratic National Committee's decision to scrap a kick-off event at the Charlotte Motor Sp
NY Times columnist Charles Blow says voter ID laws will act as voter suppression which will enable the Republican Party to steal the election in November. "In most of those states (pictured on screen), if you average it out, about 9-percentage points was the spread for Obama last time around. If you're looking at the current polling you're down
"I'm not a perfect and I'll never be a perfect president but I told you that I'll always tell you what I thought, I'll always tell you what I believe and most importantly I told you I'll wake up every single day and fight as hard as I knew how for you," President Obama said at a campaign event at the Westin Peachtree Plaza hotel in Atlanta. "Tha
Newsbusters reports: Some creative spin in favor of President Barack Obama from Chuck Todd on Tuesday’s NBC Nightly News. Recounting the results of a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll which puts Obama ahead
Toure to chairman of College Republicans Alex Schriver: "I generally find young Republicans to be a sort of strange breed. Most young people, regardless of who’s at the top of the ticket, most young people tend to be Democrats and it's been that way for a long time. So when I meet a young Republican, I want to put him on a couch and be like, 'how
"If the president insists on continuing to ignore parts of the law that he doesn’t like, and simply not enforce that law, the primary remedy for that is political," Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Arizona) said on Bill Bennett’s radio show on Tuesday. "Now if it’s bad enough and if shenanigans involved in it, then of course impeachment is always a possibilit
"You're going to have more money spent in this election than ever before by the other side on negative ads and they're message will be simple. They will say 'the economy is bad and it's Obama's fault,'" President Obama said at a campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia today. "They suffer a little bit of amnesia, so they don't remember all the stuff t
"It is appalling that there is no talk about the substance. The substance is that the president looks at pictures and bios of people and decides who to kill, even Americans, without any judicial process or any declaration of war," FOX News' Judge Andrew Napolitano said on the channel today. Judge Napolitano said the people complaining about the
"If Obamacare is not deemed constitutional, then the first three and a half years of this president's term will have been wasted on something that has not helped the American people," Mitt Romney said at a campaign rally in Salem, Virginia.
In an interview with "CBS This Morning," former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said, "There is no way that I will do this," when asked if she would accept a position as the No. 2 on this year's Republican presidential ticket. "I didn't run for student council president. I don't see myself in any way in elected office. I love policy. I'm not
Vice President Joe Biden suggests middle class people don't live in beautiful homes. "One of the things that I resent about these guys is that they talk about us middle class guys and I don't live a middle class life anymore; I live in a beautiful home, they fly me around, you know what I mean?" Vice President Joe Biden said at a campaign event
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, a Democrat, recently gave his thoughts on President Obama's health care reform law. Nixon: "I certainly have some concerns about the Washington health care law. There are aspects of it that just don't make sense here. And that's why we're on hold on any implementation."
"It would be incomplete if I did not congratulate the city of Miami for having the world champion Miami Heats," President Obama said at a fundraiser in Miami late Tuesday.
"The President and the White House have given up on the chance he had in 2008 to be different," U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said on the Monday night broadcast of Comedy Central's "Daily Show" with host Jon Stewart. "Well look, I don't agree with the President's policies. I didn't agree with him in 2008. But I highlight in the book that in '08, whe
Daily Show: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney each give a timely and politically expedient address to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
Karl Rove and Joe Trippi on shifting numbers on the electoral map.
The panel discusses the Supreme Court's immigration decision and the 2012 election.
Laura Ingraham, Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham discuss the coming Supreme Court decision on President Obams's health care law.
Chris Matthews and his panelists discuss Monday's Supreme Court ruling on Arizona's immigration law.
Ed Schultz and E.J. Dionne discuss the Supreme Court's ruling on Montana's campaign finance law.