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Who? Kaufman worked for Biden for 22 years, retiring in 1994 as chief of staff of the senator’s Washington office. He was senior adviser to Biden’s 2008 Presidential campaign and served the same role for his vice presidential bid. He is also one of Biden’s two representatives on...
During last night's presidential debate, we heard a lot about "Joe the Plumber," also known as Joe Wurzelbacher, an average (ahem) Joe, who is really worried that a President Obama might raise his taxes. But does Joe really need to worry? Because if he's the same Joe that ABC News identified as Sam...
Via ABC: After Bailout, AIG Execs Head to California Resort Rescued by Taxpayers, $440,000 for Retreat Including "Pedicures, Manicures" By BRIAN ROSS and TOM SHINE October 7, 2008— Less than a week after the federal government committed $85 billion to bail out AIG, executives of the...
Desperate polling numbers call for desperate measures... Melissa McEwan: McCain needed to win; he did not. He got owned. Say goodnight, Johnny. It's President That One to you. Maureen Dowd: Some of John McCain’s friends, from the good old days when he talked straight, feared...
One of the more interesting things about 2008 was receiving emails, listening to cable, reading the pundits... and if you paid attention you would have heard a remarkable amount of nonsense about who Obama could not win over. Big states, rural states, whites, Latinos... well, the astute Chuck Todd,...
You remember Hunter's story about the witch hunting preacher who prayed for Sarah Palin's election to the governor's office? There's more. Max Blumenthal's got video of that prayer. But that's not even the part of the video that moved me to write. Here's Max's set up: Muthee’s mounting...
No doubt you've all heard the hottest rumor coming out of Washington over the last week; that the top choice for Secretary of State in the Obama Administration is none other than Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York. As of right now, that's still a rumor. No evidence that Obama is going to...
Humor site Cracked.com has a list devoted to the origin of negative ads in presidential campaigns of yore. They're all interesting, but the one that has been the most reliable through the ages is #3 on the list -- the attack on "elitism." Whenever a presidential candidate speaks well or...
Yes, we already knew that Todd Palin might be so creepily obsessed with Mike Wooten that questioning his mental stability might be fair game. After all, in his frenzied vendetta aimed at destroying the life of the man who dared to cross Sarahcuda, he inexplicably inserted himself into Wooten's...
In 2004, we saw in Ohio how poor voting machine distribution, coupled with extraordinary turnout, created lines blocks long at many polling places, with voters waiting from morning to night to vote. And while the Justice Department concluded in 2005 that the distribution of those voting...