George Will, Donna Brazile, Matthew Dowd, Bill Burton and Kerry Healey.
Helene Cooper: "Four years of covering Barack Obama, he does not play the race card. Not in a negative way. He does not do that." Joe Klein, TIME: "He hates it. He hates it. He probably should, though. He probably should address it because the bitterness out there is really becoming marked.
A Meet the Press panel of experts recaps last week's Republican National Convention and projects what issues will play out in the 2012 campaign.
"FOX News Sunday" panel discusses the state of the presidential election.
Chris Wallace, FOX News: David, can you honestly say that the average American is better off today than they were four years ago? David Axelrod: Here's what I can say, Chris. I can say that we're in a better position than we were four years ago in our economy in the sense that when this president took office, we were 800,000 jobs a month; the qu
"I don't think there's voter disappointment. I think voters understand, Candy, we've been through a traumatic economic experience in our country, unlike anything we've ever seen. Voters understand it took us years and years of tremendously bad decisions, by running up huge debts and providing huge tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires that did
Lauren Ashburn, Christina Bellantoni, David Drucker and Howard Kurtz on the firing of Yahoo!'s Washington bureau chief.
White House senior adviser David Plouffe charged that the Romney campaign is “built on a tripod of lies,” criticizing the Republican ticket for their attacks on President Obama over welfare, Medicare, and small businesses.
“What is riskier than living poor in America? Seriously! What in the world is riskier than being a poor person in America? I live in a neighborhood where people are shot on my street corner. I live in a neighborhood where people have to figure out how to get their kid into school because maybe it will be a good school and maybe it won’t. I am s
(CBS News) As President Obama and the Democrats gear up for their convention in Charlotte, N.C., this week, Democrats unpacked their thoughts on last week's Republican convention. Senior campaign aide Stephanie Cutter said she gathered that Republicans "think lying is a virtue."
Ann Romney reflects on the GOP convention and talks how about how her husband's campaign can close the gender gap.
Bob Scheiffer; "Can you honestly say that people are better off today than they were four years ago?" Gov. Martin O'Malley (D-MD): "No, but that's not the question of this election. The question, without a doubt, we are not as well off as we were before George Bush brought us the Bush job losses, the Bush recession, the Bush deficits, the series
Former chief of staff to President Obama and now mayor of the city where the Obama team has located their high command, Rahm Emanuel has unique perspective on the Obama re-election effort and what we can expect from the Democratic National Convention. He’ll be our exclusive guest this Sunday.
Gov, Bev Perdue, Gov, Martin O'Malley and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa preview this week's Democratic convention.
Senior Romney Campaign Adviser Eric Fehrnstrom weighed in on Mitt Romney's speech at the RNC last week and their campaign plans moving forward.