Now that Bill Clinton has rebranded himself, magically transforming from a predator of women to an advocate for them, it's time for his most (in)famous old flame to step back into the public eye.
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First, Alison Grimes turned her back on America's first black president. Then it was Michelle Nunn. And now, to complete the triumvirate of Democratic Party racism: West Virginia senatorial candidate Natalie Tennant.
What happens when King Barry tries to spend his own money? Nobody knows what to do.
Remember Fast & Furious? Not the crappy movie series, but the crappy ATF scheme to hand out guns like party favors to Mexican drug gangs. Eric Holder definitely didn't resign over it, and neither did his top guy.
As we all know, the evil Republicans are giving everybody Ebola by cutting funding to efficient, responsible government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health. Why, the NIH is so underfunded, they can only spare a couple of million for developing better dong-wrappers.
Did you know Greg Abbott is in a wheelchair? Because Greg Abbott is in a wheelchair. In case you didn't know Greg Abbott is in a wheelchair, here's a Wendy Davis campaign ad to remind you that Greg Abbott is in a wheelchair.
Barack Obama is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful president I've ever known in my life.
If so, is there a particular reason she doesn't want to tell anybody?
I'm not much for polls, because I don't need anybody's approval to know what I see. But I'm a big fan of anything that makes Democrats feel bad!
I'm just gonna leave this here.
Those right-wing jerks over at the Washington Free Bacon are pretending to understand humor again. Yeah, right!
Earlier today, Alex Griswold told you about Wendy Davis doubling down on her campaign-imploding "Look at the cripple" ad. Or tripling down, or quadrupling down, or however many times it's been at this point. She told Andrea Mitchell that the ad was "fair." Oh, and Abbott is "working to kick that ladder down." Well said, Wendy.
I moved away from
Mordor Washington, DC earlier this year, and it feels good to be back in America. The only thing I hated worse than DC drivers was DC rent.
Reminder: Four weeks ago today, we received the following reassurances from the smartest guy in whichever room he's in.
It's all about priorities, people. Sure, a quarantine means cutting off all contact with the outside world. But what if you just don't feel like it anymore? What if you're on TV? What if you've really got the munchies?
Last night, Mitt Romney spoke at a campaign rally for Republican Joni Ernst, who's running for Senate in Iowa, or Idaho, or one of those. At one point Romney took off his top hat, popped out his monocle, and told the following joke: