10/30/2012 - 2:57am

Newt Gingrich doesn't buy all the talk about a razor thin finish to the presidential race - like the popular vote, electoral college split some are fantasizing about. Newt quotes a political axiom about the last week of an election from Democratic operative James Carville to make his point.

You never get, if you're the incumbent, you never get a break - 'cause they had four years to decide they're for ya, and they ain't doin' it the last week.

10/30/2012 - 2:50am

Mild-mannered NY Times 'conservative' David Brooks doesn't generally create arguments in his national TV appearances - he's a thoughtful guy! But EJ Dionne couldn't stand Brooks' attack on the president on the issue of trust.

When he goes off the record with the Des Moines Register last week, he gives out a second term agenda that is nothing like what he's been giving out on the trail...

Notice the sour face from Rachel Maddow when they cut to the wide shot.

10/29/2012 - 10:36am

George Will says the reason the presidential race has been drifting in Mitt Romney's direction is that the Obama message on women is condescending, so those votes have been shifting back toward the GOP.

There has been a big change. It's not a particular state, it's a change in Romney's gain among women. That, I think, represents a huge recoil... against the condescension of the Obama campaign, which says don't you trouble your pretty little heads about about men's issues like unemployment... worry about contraception...

10/29/2012 - 7:13am

This is so easy, and so powerful, I don't understand why more Republicans don't have this Newt Gingrich abortion argument ready to go.

The radical on abortion is Barack Obama, who as a state senator voted three times in favor of allowing doctors to kill babies in the eighth or ninth month...

10/29/2012 - 6:23am

Chris Christie: Don't be stupid. Get out.

10/29/2012 - 3:44am

While the media has made it sound like Democrats are dominating early voting in Ohio, Karl Rove says that's not accurate.

At this point, polls are less important than the actual early voting numbers... In Ohio, 109,000 fewer Democrats applied for an absentee ballot... than four years ago... four thousand more Republicans than four years ago already...

Here's what one former campaign operative says about the Ohio numbers in a Politico column.

Truth is, nobody knows what will happen on Election Day. But here is what we do know: 220,000 fewer Democrats have voted early in Ohio compared with 2008. And 30,000 more Republicans have cast their ballots compared with four years ago. That is a 250,000-vote net increase for a state Obama won by 260,000 votes in 2008.

Not sure why Rove's numbers are so different from those offered by Adrian Gray, but Rove was talking about requests for ballots and Gray is talking actual votes.

10/29/2012 - 1:01am

Now that they're without the fantasy of Hope & Change to base inspirational songs on, the creative genesis on the left are forced to write stupid songs about a future without compassion if the GOP takes back the White House.

Imagine an America

Where strip mines are fun and free

Where gays can be fixed

And sick people just die

And oil fills the sea

The video — produced by the founders of the advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners, which came up with the famous tagline “Got milk?” and boasts clients like Cheetos, Netflix, the National Basketball Association and Nintendo — asks viewers, “What Would The Children Of The Future Say If We Let Them Down This November?”

10/28/2012 - 6:06pm

Carly Fiorina throws the issue of trust back in the face of the president over Benghazi, as the GOP attempts to force the press to cover the Libya coverup.

On the issue of trust, what is going on with regard to Libya... that attack went on for 7 hours... he denied requests for help over that 7 hours...

Fiorina is serving as Vice Chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

10/28/2012 - 12:42pm

In one of the few times they let him talk in a debate on Channel 5, Richard Tisei, who will become the first GOP member of congress from Massachusetts in 16 years when he knocks off John Tierney next month, identifies the congressman as an automatic vote for the radical left who votes 99% of the time with Pelosi.

People are crying out right now not for partisanship but for problem solvers, and I think I can bring that...

While Tierney doesn't dispute that he always votes with leadership, but he frames the Republican congress as a bigger partisan problem.

10/28/2012 - 3:56am

I don't know who Jay Thomas is, but it's time to give this actor a lot more visibility. He's the perfect leftist, spewing hatred and bigotry in the name of compassion. It must be wonderful to be so... him... so enlightened.

He's a gosh darn guy, he doesn't drink, the other guy's a big Catholic. I can’t believe we’re talking the 21st century and these two white idiots are running for something... they're Medieval, almost...

Who would have ever thought, in this 21st century celebration of Diversity, that we'd still be dealing with White people and Catholics?

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