Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, and even Obama advisor Stephanie Cutter are giving this debate to Mitt Romney. We'll have to wait and see if American people agree.
President Obama and Mitt Romney are getting unsolicited debate advice from everyone.
Newt Gingrich: "Be on offense without being offensive." ᔥ The Last Word Bob Shrum: "Zingers don't work." ᔥ CBS News Donald Trump: Go Birther. ᔥ Daily Intel Bill O'Reilly: "Smack the President." ᔥ Media Matters Arnold Schwarzenegger: "Be as honest as possible." ᔥ Yahoo[Image ᔥ Policy Mic]
Now you can see video of this hero Chipotle employee taking the best photo ever with Mitt Romney.
Stephen Colbert previews the event that could change everything.
Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore launches the "get out the fraud" effort.
I'm not inclined to give the innocuous 2007 speech by Obama about race and the government response to Hurricane Katrina any more attention that it's already been lavished by the Drudge Report, Fox News and others. But it's too hard to ignore the single best moment of last night's coverage, when Tucker Carlson came out of the woodwork and summed up the story in one, tidy, self-contradicting quote.
"People say this has already been reported. Well actually it hasn't been reported. And I know, because I reported on it the first time."ᔥ The Daily Beast