Because he's the underdog, see?
She meets the press ... then pretends they don't exist.
Nobody has any idea who is running or who they're voting for.
After an intimate golf session, rumors abound.
"He couldn't even utter the words 'we were victorious.'"
Tea-party candidate Miller victorious.
Paladino's daughter and wife lend their tepid support.
Unity events have been canceled or trash-talk-laden.
The door is clearly ajar.
Somebody needs to be talking about how we need to bomb Iran, and then lose, really badly.
Charles Ommanney, the now-divorced husband of 'Real Housewives of D.C.' star Cat Ommanney, looks back with chagrin on the decision to appear on the show.
In Alaska and Iran, it's the insult du jour.
"Rick Lazio and Carl Paladino have been that awful."
"I don’t think the American people want me to spend all my time on it."
For health-care reform, then against it, all in one day.
They talked economy.
She thinks there are "domestic enemies" in the Senate and House.
Al Franken, you sneaky, dirty man.
No big love from Mormons, though.