The President was speaking in Arizona on Tuesday, in another of a series of speeches on the economy, when a member of the crowd interrupted to shout “Happy birthday, Mr. President!” The entire audience then joined together to sing to him.
“Michelle says I don’t look a day over 51.”
“A couple points of clarification.”
Let’s hear it for Mitch Anderson, everyone!
“Folks are sweating back there right now.”
POTUS joked around about having received an unusually warm reception.
Creative, successful people are amazing at repeating the same themes.
“Hope. You’ve got to give them hope.” A re-enactment of Harvey Milk’s famous speech was performed in San Francisco for his birthday.
“Be the best husband to your wife, or your boyfriend, or your partner.”
President shakes it off. “I wouldn’t feel comfortable if I didn’t have at least one heckler.”
Funny Or Die and The Onion take on the actress’s Golden Globes acceptance speech.
The rambling, and at times, awkward speech by Jodie Foster left many confused about what really happened on stage.
She is what this country needed.
Here are the most conciliatory and statesmanlike moments from Mitt Romney’s very patriotic speech.
The vice president pleads with supporters in the crucial battleground state. “We need you, Ohio. We need you!”
Even the president’s most loyal fans have got to be getting annoyed with this.
A video lights up the conservative media. An effective hit, or a distraction for the GOP nominee on his big night?
“With less than two months to go before Election Day, I would normally speak to a gathering like this about the differences between my and my opponent’s plans for our military and for our national security. There is a time and a place for that, but this day is not it.”
Looks like it’s time to start watching her show on Current TV!
You might want to use this in the comments section after you see CNN’s chryon describing the women’s reproductive rights activist.
A surprise walk-on by the current POTUS following the speech of the former POTUS leads to a hug out.
Clint Eastwood talked to an empty chair for nearly 12 minutes tonight at the RNC in Tampa. And you thought televised political conventions were boring!
Because choosing a school should be just like shopping for milk, duh.
These two speeches to the Republican National Convention Tuesday were not meant to be back-to-back. Much less mashed-up.
Rick Santorum blew up Twitter tonight with his hands-on speech at the RNC. Here are the best parts.
Stand-up comedians who tell the same jokes night after night are kind of lucky that CNN doesn’t livestream all of their performances.
A speech was prepared by Nixon’s speechwriter William Safire in case of a tragedy that, thankfully, never occurred.