The Hillary and Joe Show

This Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden webcast is over a half hour long, so if you don’t have time to watch the whole thing, pick a spot and you’ll feel proud to be a Democrat wherever you land. And if you know any Hillary holdouts, make sure you pass this onto them. Bravo, Hillary. Bravo, Joe. [Hat tip LauraThorne]

SOMEWHAT RELATED: Obama/Biden still trending upward in today’s Gallup daily poll (48-44%).

MORE: Let’s tuck some more good news into this post.  Not sure if this comes from Chuck Todd or someone else at MSNBC’s “First Read,” but it’s an interesting (and, in my view, totally accurate) take on the race based on the results of the latest CBS News/NYT poll:

If we really [are] back to the pre-convention numbers, this is not a good development for McCain going into the debates. He needed the tie to hold until the debates. The last thing he needs is for the debates to be another moment where he has to catch up rather than solidify his lead. Because after the debates, there really are no more chances to move the race.

Posted by Kevin K. on 09/18/08 at 12:50 PM • Permalink

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When y’uns get done here, check out this thread regarding, well, regarding crackpot Christianists and their thought proccesses ...

http://tehipitetom.blogspot.com/2008/09/ruh-roh.html

Comment by HumboldtBlue on 09/18/08 at 02:12 PM

Biden is a perfect politician - experienced, intelligent, wise. But that’s it. When Palin came to stage, and “PalinMania” started, Biden became invisible. So rumors claim, that Biden will officially “resign because of health problems”, and Obama will invite Hillary to join his fight against Palin. Because she, and no longer McCain, is Obama’s biggest problem now.On the other hand, Obama’s supporters don’t like Hillary, and Obama himself does not like to be “the second”, which is OK for McCain, as Palin now seems like presidential candidate, not McCain himself.
Another question is, if the rumors are correct, why should Mrs Clinton accept VP ticket anyway…
http://www.votetheday.com/polls/obama-is-dumping-biden-269/

Yeah, Biden’s going to step down, and in the next moment, Obama’s going to rip off his mask and reveal himself as the reincarnated body of an 18th century circus carney who tends to the stables.

Another question, why the fuck is this a rumor in the first place? Maybe Biden is a secret Muslim himself, and he just wants to make sure the Caliphate is up and running before Obama takes office.

Or, maybe it’s just a stupid fucking rumor that makes no sense to anyone, even the clowns linking to said rumor.

Great, another moron comment spammer stops by to inflict us with their keen political insight. YTD, Palin isn’t Obama’s “biggest problem now,” she’s the best gift he’s gotten in ages.  If you’re going to run around the blogosphere inflicting people with your wisdom, at least keep up with current news, poll numbers and rumors.

Hang on a minute… I’d like to hear more of what this concerned and random commenter has to say.

Let’s sit back and see where this goes. We might all learn something.

If it means anything one of their other “scoops” is titled “Sarah Palin is not Trig’s mother”.  I’m not sure if we’ll learn much Ripley, but we may get a few laughs out of it.

Let’s sit back and see where this goes. We might all learn something.

Normally Rip I would have done that, but believe it or not, the first person I heard this rumor from was a man who swears by Rush Limbaugh. Srsly.

I notice he didn’t come back to discuss the issue.

Meanwhile, am I the only one thinking that Stewart and Colbert are taking off the gloves a little bit after the conventions?

Me likey…

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