Ten years ago this week, California held a recall election to remove Gov. Gray Davis from office, and movie stars, a porn star, and a future congressmen lined up to take his job. Here’s what they’re all doing now.
The Golden State held a recall election in October 2003 to oust its governor. Here are some of the best moments showcasing American democracy at work.
Clifford the Big Red Dog.
“That’s amazing,” White House Press Secretary says.
Longstanding animosities bubble to the surface during tense oversight hearing.
Does the buck stop with the former secretary — or is it a political hit? “Who is Cheryl Mills?”
Rep. Elijah Cummings accuses committee chairman Darrell Issa of making false accusations against top officials.
Because it’s the Congress we deserve, not the Congress we need right now.
On Fox and Friends, House Republicans’ top watchdog used one of his favorite analogies.
Retiring congressman Steve LaTourette takes a dig at his high school classmate, and fellow Republican, Darrell Issa while Wolf Blitzer plays things cool. “I didn’t see him a lot in class.”
“Good morning. I hope this isn’t a bummer.”
Thanksgiving in the political Twittersphere.
Republican compares Fast and Furious scandal to Iran Contra, Watergate. Republicans seek a contempt vote.
Two years of crippling gridlock and partisan investigations! Whoopee!