Imogen Lloyd Webber (political analyst and co-author, “The Twitter Diaries”), Tina Dupuy (editor-in-chief, The Contributor.com, and syndicated columnist), Henry Blodget (editor-in-chief, Business Insider), David Cay Johnston (author, “The Fine Print”) and John Fugelsang (political satirist and Current TV host).
“Most analysts think they’re going to sell 50 million units over the next three months, so that’s a massive boost that’s measurable in the economy.” —Henry Blodget, editor-in-chief of Business Insider watch video
“Nobody minds that Romney is rich. In fact, it’s America — you sort of celebrate that. But the fact is, he can’t comprehend that the system is rigged in his favor.” —Imogen Lloyd Webber watch video
“Married priests could save the Catholic Church. This is very good news for Christianity.” —John Fugelsang watch video
“Let me be clear. If they [the Department of Justice] fail to make this case, Eric Holder is a failure as attorney general.” —Eliot Spitzer read post
“A regressive tax system is one in which people with low incomes pay a higher percentage of their income in taxes than do wealthier people.” —Eliot Spitzer read post