On the whole, the SNL sketch was less of a pissy preteen slap-fest than the actual debate.
|By: Jon Walker Wednesday October 17, 2012 12:40 pm|
One thing I’ve found remarkable about Mitt Romney throughout the campaign is his habit of telling small, easily provable lies. Almost all politicians tell the big lies, the type of vague promises that they will probably not be able to deliver on, but Romney often tells the lies which can easily be proven false.
|By: David Dayen Wednesday October 17, 2012 6:16 am|
President Obama won the second debate against Mitt Romney last night by managing to defend elements of his first term record and articulate a second term agenda, while his opponent struggled with specifics and was haunted by the spectre of George W. Bush, who he probably thought was disappeared for electoral purposes in this country.
|By: Eli Tuesday October 16, 2012 5:57 pm|
Aaannnd we’re back! Town hall style! Will the rematch be any different from the opener? Will Obama emulate Joe Biden’s strategy of laughing maniacally at all of his debate opponent’s whoppers, or at least, y’know, mention it whenever Romney says something full of, ahem, malarkey? Or will he follow nominal Democrat Lanny Davis’s sage advice to just continue nodding at everything Mitt says?
|By: Scarecrow Sunday May 1, 2011 8:35 am|
Murder is a criminal act, possibly a war crime here, and if the reports are true, every one of the commanders and national leaders, including those of the United States, should be forced to resign or impeached, and be prosecuted. Except they won’t be, because America’s leaders are above the rule of law.
|By: Teddy Partridge Sunday April 11, 2010 8:01 pm|
“It’s a lasting scar mainly for its combination of stupidity, insensitivity and ignorance about the civil war,” said one senior [GOP] party strategist granted anonymity to speak candidly. The source did add, however, that McDonnell “has a lot of time to make amends and put it behind him.” Unless Sheriff Haley Barbour talks about it some more, and makes unwanted headlines for you, Bob McDonnell.