The infomercial was prepared by Davis Guggenheim, director of the Oscar-award winning “An Inconvenient Truth.”
This has the look of an amateur mashup video, very uncharacteristic of the Obama camp’s videos. But it is from Obama!
Virginia Senator Jim Webb talks about Barack Obama’s support for 2nd amendment right to bear arms + gunownersOctober 27, 2008
Will Ferrell returns as George W. Bush to Saturday Night Live (SNL), along with Tina Fey as Sarah PalinOctober 24, 2008
DailyKos attacks FOX News for ridiculing John Edwards’ $400 haircut, but defending Sarah Palin’s $150,000 clothesOctober 23, 2008
Analysis: How does Daily Kos get all this old footage? Somebody must Tivo every news report out there. And then how do you find the relevant footage from the database? Amazing.
The SEC says the ref was trying to avoid contact.
This might be the most incredible scene I’ve seen during the 2008 campaign. Pretty spectacular.
Barack Obama expresses his appreciation of Powell’s endorsement:
This happened in Arizona, but we have the same problem in Ohio!
John McCain to David Letterman on why he bailed on him: “I screwed up.”
Interview was funny. McCain should have done this the 1st time around.
News: As is tradition, the two presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama sat down together for the Alfred E. Smith dinner in NY. The white tie event honors this nation’s first Catholic candidate for president. It’s a serious event, but the speeches are hilarious roasts!
Both John McCain and Barack Obama were unbelievably gracious and funny. Who knew these guys were that funny!! They also expressed a lot of genuine admiration for each other. It was poignant and reassuring after such a heated and at times nasty campaign. Too bad we didn’t see more of this during the campaign, but for one night we saw what is the best in American politics. Bravo Senators McCain and Obama!!
For some of McCain’s jokes, click here.
For some of Obama’s jokes, click here.
News: I already discussed the letter the John McCain camp sent to YouTube regarding McCain videos removed because of alleged copyright infringement. In YouTube’s response, it asks Senator McCain for help in reforming copyright law: