Fox News host Megyn Kelly became agitated on Wednesday after a member of her "focus group" noted that the panel had only been assembled to criticize debate moderator Candy Crowley because of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's poor performance.
As Karoli explained this week, Republicans going after the funding for things like PBS, and "Planned Parenthood, NOAA, EPA, NPR, medical research, the UN intergovernmental panel on climate change, the OAS, and of course, Obamacare" is nothing new, but that didn't stop Romney adviser Ed Gillespie from pretending that Romney wasn't putting a target on Big Bird and PBS during the first presidential debate.
The producers at Saturday Night Live think they figured out why President Obama had such a hard time during the first presidential debate. He forgot his anniversary and Al Gore was right, and the altitude was getting to him. My own theory is
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Thursday suggested that Big Bird's death at the hands of GOP hopeful Mitt Romney didn't have to be in vain because the Sesame Street character could be suitable for "eating." During
In this skit from Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama found common ground on a basic idea during the debate: shutting Jim Lehrer up. I feel bad for Jim Lehrer, afterall he did get fired during the
According to most of the polls right after the presidential debate on Wednesday night, Mitt Romney was the big winner, including according to this CNN poll. Yet in this new ad put out by the DNC in response to the debate, Mitt Romney came
Mitt Romney, on how he would cut the budget and raise taxes on no one while dropping the deficit by $5 trillion dollars during the debate tonight. Hint: Big Bird has to die. "I will eliminate all programs by this test if they do not pass it. Is
Mitt Romney has stated publicly that he likes being able to fire people. But Big Bird? Yes, Big Bird was put on notice, as was the debate moderator, Jim Lehrer of PBS and the entire PBS network.
On this week's Fox News Sunday, Bloody Bill Kristol had some advice for Willard for the upcoming presidential debate – just ignore the moderator and don't answer his questions and attack the President instead. WALLACE: Well, Bill, you just
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham is warning Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney not to even try to create a "human moment" by attempting to connect with voters during Wednesday's debate because it would be a "fools' errand." During
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