It would appear she had a really fun week at the Democratic National Convention.
“Those waiting to be born…” In closing benediction at the Democratic National Convention, New York’s top Catholic chides Democrats.
His convention speech promises a fall campaign on policy as well as character. “The times have changed — and so have I.”
Much more engagement on Twitter for the Democratic than the Republican convention, according to Twitter.
A strong position despite a bad economy. “Romney would have to change the basic contours of the race to win,” says Jordan.
And this is just from his DNC speech.
The newly-converted Republican slams his DNC mirror image on . “I don’t know the guy, but…”
The actress takes to Twitter to weigh in on Obama’s DNC speech. Say what now?
Dave Grohl and company played “My Hero” and “Walk” for a bunch of rowdy Democrats.
Looks like it’s time to start watching her show on Current TV!
“President Obama … supports my moms’ marriage. President Obama put his political future on the line to do what was right.” The Iowan who defended his moms’ marriages to a legislative forum addressed delegates about marriage equality tonight.
A zinger from his speech in Charlotte.
What are Scarlett Johansson and Kim Kardashian doing at a political convention?
The former Republican turned independent former Governor will speak in support of Barack Obama at the DNC.
“I am … inclined to think that they’re called the Log Cabin club because their role model is Uncle Tom,” out gay Rep. Barney Frank said. LGBT organizations distance themselves from the remarks.
You might want to use this in the comments section after you see CNN’s chryon describing the women’s reproductive rights activist.
Just how Obama wanted it to.
Beyoncé’s music can summarize two different policy points!
The guy on the Hipsters for Obama badge is a triathlete from Barcelona didn’t know that his photo was appearing on Obama campaign swag. “I’m not pro-Obama, I’m not in his campaign and I don’t know nothing about politics in the USA.”
Bria and Chrissy, who bill themselves as the Lesbian Duo, sure do know how to steal the spotlight away from anti-abortion and anti-gay protesters. Here they are stopping traffic and riling street preachers in front of the convention center in Charlotte.
The typically careful governor of New York gives a rare partisan address to delegates. Now everyone thinks he’s running for president.
The Occupy movement camping out in Charlotte is no fan of President Obama or the Democrats, as proved by these protest signs (and a couple puppets).
The actress represented Tennessee in the roll call of the states which officially nominated Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination.
The former president ad-libbed a pretty harsh swipe at Paul Ryan during his speech at the Democratic National Convention. Clinton was talking about Ryan’s attack on President Obama for cutting money from Medicare, even though Ryan’s budget proposal would eliminate the same amount from Medicare, then improvised this zinger.
A surprise walk-on by the current POTUS following the speech of the former POTUS leads to a hug out.
Easily the hottest moment at this year’s Democratic National Convention.
The reproductive rights advocate’s appearance at the Democratic National Convention brought out the ugly side of Twitter. She trolled them with an unapologetic speech (read the prepared remarks here), and they took the bait.
All of the fabbest and drabbest looks of the DNC! Check ‘em out.
The DREAM Act advocate spoke briefly at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night in support of President Obama’s policies to allow some young illegal immigrants who would have been eligible for the DREAM Act to stay in the US.