John McCain is the only man who can impulsively overreact to something 10 days old. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Henry Paulson and Ben Bernanke appear in Congress with hat in hand for the world's most awkward loan interview ever. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Bob Schieffer doesn't know if John McCain will show up for the first debate, but he's going to Mississippi anyway. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
John McCain tells Rachael Ray he can handle more than one grill. From The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Will there be a presidential debate tomorrow? Stephen says we settle that question with a debate. From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
It's time to put petty politics aside for the opening of "Nights in Rodanthe." From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
The title of America's greatest Roosevelt continues to be held by Roosevelt Franklin. From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
National Organization for Women President Kim Gandy is for all women, but not Sarah Palin. From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
Stephen plays with his iPhone as Nicholas Carr says the Internet is taking away our ability to concentrate. From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
Just one more thing -- good night. From The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
An Alaskan hockey mom becomes Vice President in the wackiest family comedy of the year! Sound familiar?
Did John McCain's campaign manager, Rick Davis accept bribes from Freddie Mac? John McCain claimed that Rick Davis had long severed ties with Freddie Mac and has not done any work for the lobbyist firm created by Freddie Mac in several years, but new reports show Rick Davis has been recieving $15,000 per month from Freddie Mac up until August of 2008, just one month ago. VIA NYT: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/24/us/politics/w24davis.html?_r=1&hp;&oref;=slogin "One of the giant mortgage companies at the heart of the credit crisis paid $15,000 a month from the end of 2005 through last month to a firm owned by Senator John McCains campaign manager, according to two people with direct knowledge of the arrangement. The disclosure undercuts a statement by Mr. McCain on Sunday night that the campaign manager, Rick Davis, had had no involvement with the company for the last several years. Mr. Daviss firm received the payments from the company, Freddie Mac, until it was taken over by the government this month along with Fannie Mae, the other big mortgage lender whose deteriorating finances helped precipitate the cascading problems on Wall Street, the people said. They said they did not recall Mr. Daviss doing much substantive work for the company in return for the money, other than speak to a political action committee of high-ranking employees in October 2006 on the approaching midterm Congressional elections. They said Mr. Daviss firm, Davis & Manafort, had been kept on the payroll because of Mr. Daviss close ties to Mr. McCain, the Republican presidential nominee, who by 2006 was widely expected to run again for the White House."
Sarah Palin on Rick Davis, Bailout proposal, John McCain's legislative record CBS News, 09/24/08
If he can do this, why can't he do the debate?
In this new video, available only as of today (September 23, 2008), Sarah Palin is shown accepting a special supernatural protection from witchcraft from Thomas Muthee, who also promoted Palin's campaign for Governor as a way to infiltrate the government with the right wing religious agenda of the Assembly of God. Really crazy stuff!