One or two of the Democrat contenders might just melt down on their own once the media starts to grow a pair and ask some questions. The Wizard of ID captured perfectly the way Clinton appearances have been managed. Slowly, things are changing.
The weakest link of the two is Obama. He was seen yesterday running from reporters, er, his campaign was late and he had to run, when a Tony Rezko question came up. The media was surprised to see an Obama that they had not seen before.
related link: Obama ducks questions
Topics in today’s show:
- The New York Times suffers from low approval ratings
- Protestors plan to demonstrate at the political party conventions
- Hillary Clinton says Barack Obama doesn’t have enough international experience
- Jay Leno looking for job offers after he quits “Tonight Show.”
- Rihanna named cultural ambassador from her native Barbados
Big victory, if not symbolic, for the far left. From the land of Bernie Sanders ‘voters in two Vermont towns approved measures Tuesday calling for the indictment of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for what they consider violations of the Constitution.’
More symbolic than anything, the items sought to have police arrest Bush and Cheney if they ever visit Brattleboro or nearby Marlboro or to extradite them for prosecution elsewhere — if they’re not impeached first.
In Brattleboro, the vote was 2,012-1,795. In Marlboro, which held a town meeting on the issue, it was 43-25 with three abstentions.
The question put to voters in Brattleboro referred to “crimes against our Constitution” but did not specify the allegations.
In typical Vermont fashion. What, no adults in politics in Vermont? Sanders and Leahy don’t count.
related link: ABC news