Democrats have panic growing in their eyes,
As Republicans see their Senate hopes rise.
But one thing’s for sure,
In the absence of a cure,
Ebola is this election’s “October surprise.”
We won’t be the last political party to overplay our hand. It might happen one day on the Democratic side. And if it did, would Republicans, for the good of the country, kinda give a little? We really did go too far. We screwed up. But their response is making things worse, not better.
- Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., begging Democrats to go easy on Republicans, who are in trouble with voters because they shut down the government and are threatening to default on the national debt.
Ahh You know, ah, Jump out of your seat and rush down to the debate stage and take a swing at him. But you know you can’t do that because, well, first because there’s a lot of secret service agents between you and him but also because this is the nature of the process.
- Tagg Romney, speaking on a right-wing radio show, when asked, “What is it like for you to hear the President of the United States call your dad a liar?”
Unemployment rate for September 2012, the lowest rate since the economy crashed at the end of the Bush administration. According to Atlantic Wire, “In addition, the Bureau of Labor Statistics made big revisions to data from previous months, showing huge increases in the number of jobs being created over the last three months. Total employment from the “household survey” also showed an increase of 873,000 jobs last month, the biggest one-month jump since June of 1983.”
Rarely do I disagree with the best VP ever but @SarahPalinUSA more qualified than Obama and Biden combined. Huge respect 4 all she’s done 4 GOP.
- Prospective Wyoming U.S. Senate candidate (and Maryland resident) Liz Cheney, daring to disagree with her father’s correct assessment that John McCain’s choice of Sarah Palin as his running mate in 2008 was a “mistake.” Liz is either pandering to Palin’s half-wit followers or she’s off her meds.