Tuesday, October 30, 2012
It's the soup kitchen photo-op all over again, only this time with a lot more people watching. According to BuzzFeed, "Team Wisconsin" volunteers were told to slow down packing canned good into boxes until Paul Ryan arrived so it would still look like there was work going on when he (and the photographers) got there.
President Obama takes some time off from campaigning to look as presidential as possible. ᔥ Flickr Donald Trump is doing the right thing in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and extending the deadline on his October surprise offer to President Obama. ᔥ Twitter Governor Andrew Cuomo calls out the climate deniers. ᔥ Capital New York Michael "Heck of a Job, Brownie" Brown thinks President Obama response to Hurricane Sandy was too fast. ᔥ ThinkProgress Late night TV is mostly back in business, except for Stewart and Colbert... ᔥ Tumblr
Due to Hurricane Sandy, we'll have to wait an extra week to find out who Jenna Maroney picks to be the next President of the United States. UPDATE: NBC is airing this episode of 30 Rock on Wednesday night, October 31st.
The Onion News Network has uncovered a genius plan to boost voter turnout.
Andrea Mitchell finds Mitt Romney's "storm relief" efforts in Ohio to be somewhat disingenuous, especially since the Red Cross is requesting money and blood, not canned goods.
During Jimmy Fallon's audience-free show last night, Seth Meyers hinted at some of what we can expect on this week's Louis CK-hosted SNL and talked about how climate change might have something to do with Hurricane Sandy.
When New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is saying nice things about President Obama on TV, you know this race has changed in the final week. Impressively, Christie did not alter his message for Fox News.