We all know Bill O’Reilly represents the worst of Republicans and, thankfully, doesn’t speak for all, but his “exchange” with Barney Frank yesterday is a prime example of how people hear what they want to hear and believe bullying is actually a means to an end. Like threatening not to speak to world leaders or making preemptive strikes, perhaps…Vodpod videos no longer available.
Bill Clinton makes an impassioned plea in Florida outlining why it is SO important to vote for Barack Obama:
Sarah Palin reconfirms her terrifying concepts about the power behind the vice presidency, aligning herself, once again, with Dick Cheney. Remember these words in years to come if we let her into the White House. Remember them well…:
And just in case you missed it last night (and also because it was one of my favorite moments), here’s Gov. Palin originally stating her very dangerous misconceptions about the role of VP, and Joe Biden’s articulate and fearless response as he says aloud what most Americans have longed to hear from a candidate about Dick Cheney, as well as Palin’s misguided distortion of her own potential job description:
Just a little more Palin, okay? Keep in mind that this woman wants to be the Vice President and eventually the President. I’ll preface this interview snippet with some basic information. During Palin’s interview with Katie Couric, some of the questions Couric asked her was what type of news sources she turns to for information, which Supreme Court decisions she disagreed with, why Alaska’s proximity to Russia gave her foreign policy experience, her opinion of the bailout package for Wall Street, and where she thought Vice President Dick Cheney erred.
Notice that the kind of questions Palin suggested she should have been asked were all, not surprisingly, just more opportunities to rail against Obama instead of defending and explaining her own positions and policies.