September 9, 2012
San Francisco 49ers kicker David Akers booted a 63-yarder at the end of the half against Green Bay. It's probably the most impressive kick ever made.
At a campaign stop in Florida this morning, the President said that we are making products stamped with "three proud words. Made. In. The. USA." That's four words.
That Rufus is one lucky kitty. This is amazing and will probably make you feel like an inadequate cat parent.
The president’s favorite new way to make fun of Republicans. Tax cuts, tax cuts, tax cuts!
BuzzFeed sat down and interviewed sock puppets. Because sock puppets are people too.
It's a meme that has been making the rounds on Twitter, Facebook, and liberal blogs with one problem: It's not true. A Romney campaign aide confirms the buttons are made in America. The fake appears to be the back of a button photoshopped from Zazzle.
Using a rubbable GIF!
Long offseason, Rob?
In an interview Sunday on Meet the Press, Mitt Romney said we would keep parts of health care reform. The statement from Romney reflects an earlier position he held, just after health care reform was passed and before the Republican primary in which he said he "like some of the similarities" in ObamaCare to RomneyCare. Romney said he would "repeal the bad and keep the good" while mentioning the coverage for preexisting conditions, as well as the individual mandate were good aspects of ObamaCare like he mentioned today.
In an appearance on Meet The Press Sunday, the Republican presidential nominee said there were "a number of things" in health care reform that he liked, including coverage for pre-existing conditions.
Millions of hermit crabs make their way across the beach. Nature is amazing! And kind of creepy.
While appearing on MSNBC, The Nation's Jeremy Scahill strongly criticized cable-news coverage of the DNC regarding Obama's foreign policy record. Scahill was particularly captious about MSNBC itself, whose coverage he compared to watching an "Obama For America meet-up."
Full-page ad In today's Washington Post.
From Green Day's "Longview" to Britney Spears' "Touch of My Hand," pop stars love to sing about self-pleasure.
"I'm running out of nicorette gum."
The President chatted and downed beers with voters at Gator's Dockside restaurant in Orlando and the West Tampa Sandwich Shop on Saturday.
The Republican presidential nominee campaigned at the Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway Saturday.