Maddow was invited to take the matter on, and she led with this statement -- "This issue is weird when you look at the facts on which it is based." And she couldn't be more right.
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So, in actuality, Obama was attempting to diminish his own importance, not place himself on a pedestal. It was an attempt at humility, not arrogance.
The very same arguments that were made in 1948 against mingling the races in the military were made Wednesday against mixing homosexuals and heterosexuals the way they mix in the real world.
Slowly, famous people appeared on the floor. Terry McAuliffe did several laps, which I thought it was a little bit much. I don't think he deserved his ego moment -- losing elections doesn't earn you anything in my book.
As extraordinary as it may be to see Republican lawmakers throwing dispute and critique in the direction of White House darling General David Petraeus...
They are in the last throes, if you will.
As Vice President Cheney knows, such predictions can be perilous. Still, there was no mistaking a certain f...
"Plagiarism-gate," or whatever moniker is given to revelations that Sen. Barack Obama borrowed other politician's words, continued on Wednesday, despi...
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