Don't worry — we'll get through this. Together.
Bet you wish you lived in Park Slope, huh?
You weren't the only one with a headache that lasted all weekend.
Just as we suspected, the weekend was spent chronicling the increasing tension between the Republican candidates.
'Men in Gucci shoes who have seven glass houses,' observes our dear senior senator, 'should not cast stones.'
This, of course, makes us imagine what else John McCain should do like Dole.
The ‘New Yorker’ tells us about how the Alaska governor did have a few key Washington ‘connections’ before she got the V.P. tap.
Joe the Plumber is getting the full celebrity treatment.
Obama supporter Jon Bon is pissed Palin is using one of his songs at her campaign rallies.
The McCain campaign, after some bad news over the weekend, is still slipping and is now pinning its hopes to a stunning debate performance by the candidate this week.
Food has never been so politicized.
The economy's in the can — what's another $3 beer? Here's a roundup of debate-viewing parties tonight.
So what did everybody think about how Joe Biden and Sarah Palin did last night?
Wait, is that the style of reporting where one asks follow-up questions and holds people accountable for their public statements? Despicable!
Not that we expected any reasonable explanations anytime soon, but it would be nice to be able to check.
Alack! What fresh gimmickry is this?
The Alaska governor sat down with Sean Hannity on Fox News last night and talked about the economy and energy policy.
After a local reporter wrote about a supposed GOP strategy to bar voters suffering from foreclosure from the polls, state Democrats took it to the courts.
When everybody is mock-outraged, it makes us want to vote for nobody.
When the governor voiced concern that Sarah Palin’s (and Rudy Giuliani’s) carefully-scripted mockery of Barack Obama’s community-organizing past might have been planned for its racial associations, the McCain camp was quick to go on counterattack.