Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Rick Santorum tells Erin Burnett that anyone who thinks Richard Mourdock's comments about rape are outrageous is just playing "gotcha politics." And while he's at it, he appears to endorse the death penalty for rapists.
Not satisfied with the amount of publicity his big announcement got this morning, Donald Trump goes on Piers Morgan to say it's not a publicity stunt.
The "real" Stephen Colbert keeps his clothes on but sheds his character for this surprisingly moving interview. ᔥ Playboy Of all people, Scott Brown is now saying he doesn't care which party controls the Senate. ᔥ Yahoo Richard Mourdock delivers an expectedly half-hearted apology. ᔥ TPM President Obama thinks Jay Leno is funny, proving that I don't agree with him on everything. ᔥ Politico Five compelling reasons why SNL is killing it right now (including Kate McKinnon). ᔥ GQ If you donated money to a political candidate using your cellphone this year, it was probably to President Obama. ᔥ Huffington Post CNN asks the question on everyone's minds this election: "Do hormones drive women's votes?" ᔥ Jezebel[Image ᔥ WitStream]
Bill O'Reilly comes just short of predicting a victory for Mitt Romney (he's saving that for the night before the election) and gives David Letterman a hint about what undecided voters are thinking.
In the first clip from Brian Williams' exclusive series of interviews, President Obama sets up the 2012 election as a choice between someone who says what he means and Mitt Romney.
Donald Trump's big October surprise is that he still doesn't have any damning information about President Obama.
According to Stephen Colbert, after the third and final presidential debate, Mitt Romney is more "plausible" than ever.
Jimmy Kimmel finds Monday night's foreign policy debate more entertaining when the audio is set to this video of two twin babies talking to each other.
CollegeHumor's President Obama wraps up his campaign with personalized appeals to all 50 states.
A slew of new ads from groups others than the Obama and Romney campaigns were released today, covering some of the most-talked about issues of the campaign. First up, does that RNC really have a case against Obama for talking about Big Bird, binders and bayonets instead of jobs in an ad titled "Big Bird, Binders and Bayonets?" Next, Democratic super PAC American Bridge 21st Century conveniently conbines Mitt Romney's endorsement of Indiana senate candidate Richard Mourdock with clips of some of the most offensive comments Mourdock has made, including that "God intended" pregnancy from rape. Finally, Clint Eastwood is back! His tone is more "Halftime in America" than "rambling to an empty chair," but Karl Rove, who was famously offended by Eastwood's super bowl ad, apparently thinks enough time has passed since the convention that Eastwood is no longer considered a massive joke.