Joan Walsh (editor-at-large, Salon.com), Ken Vogel (chief investigative reporter, Politico), Boris Epshteyn (contributor, The Daily Caller, and former McCain-Palin communications aide), Margie Omero (Democratic pollster and president, Momentum Analysis) and Victoria Bassetti (consulting producer, “Electoral Dysfunction”).
“They can’t double-down on the budget and they can’t entirely double-down on the culture wars.” — Joan Walsh watch video
“Whether it is his budget proposal, his tax plan or his foreign policy statements, they are as solid as quicksand, have as many holes as Swiss cheese, are as trustworthy as Wall Street and are as permanent as an Etch [...] watch video
“What the president’s trying to do, and Democrats tried to do last week in Charlotte, is take the attention from where it is and should be, which is the economy, and put it back on really the only success of [...] watch video
“In Romney’s world, the cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft.” —Jennifer Granholm watch video
Some 350,000 public school students didn’t go to class today because of the teachers strike in Chicago. And it’s the kids who matter in this situation — not the politicians. read post