Father Michael Pfleger, whose endorsement of Barack Obama until recently appeared on the official Obama website, mocks Hillary Clinton's tears during a sermon at Obama's church, the Trinity United Church of Christ, on May 25, 2008.
Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., receives a honorary degree during the commencement ceremony at Wesleyan University in Middleton, Conn., Sunday, May 25, 2008. Filling in for Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., and tying himself to the family's legacy, Obama urged college graduates to "make us believe again" by dedicating themselves to public service. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
Photo by Randy Rasmussen / The Oregonian Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama campaigns Sunday at a rally in downtown Portland at Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Rosanne McCausland, 23, of Gresham, brought her 4-month-old chihuahua "Barack" to the rally.
"So far some 730 tornadoes have touched down this year, more than double the number for all of last year."—ABC's Bill Weir, GMA 05-10-08, as this graphic was displayed in a segment blaming global warming for increased tornado incidence.
Chelsea Clinton in Portland, OR on April 12th at the Red Dress Party, described by Willamette Week as "a mondo-alcohol-fueled dance party where nearly 2,000 gay men in various states of red dress undress (and several nearly naked straight men as well as one very colorfully decorated naked woman) invade a warehouse in Northeast Portland and dance their collective ----- off."
HDNet anchor Dan Rather gets checked by a U.S. Secret Service special agent prior to boarding a bus to cover Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama D-Ill., Monday, March 31, 2008, in Harrisburg, PA (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Challenged by George Will during This Week of March 30th, liberal economics professsor Paul Krugman looks nervously to liberal economics professor Robert Reich. Krugman was one of four liberals at the round-table versus the sole conservative, Will.
“I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”
Al Gore and Thierry Lombard, Senior Partner LODH, at press conference in Switzerland on March 11, 2008 to announce that LODH and Generation Investment Management have decided to join forces to promote sustainable investment. Photo Reuters/Denis Balibouse (Switzerland)
Appearing on the last episode of Tucker on March 14, 2008, Barack Obama fan and LA Times columnist Rosa Brooks grimaces after claiming Obama "probably wasn't listening" in church when Rev. Jeremiah Wright made his controversial statements.
On Wednesday’s CBS "Early Show," co-host Harry Smith discussed the ‘Potomac Primaries’ with Democratic Strategist Dee Dee Myers and Republican CBS Political Analyst Nicolle Wallace, a former Bush Administration Communications Director, who said of John McCain’s conservative critics: "The more that we see kind of the crazies like Ann Coulter out attacking John McCain, the better Republicans feel about their chances in the general election."
This attack upon conservatives critical of McCain, who include Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham, and others, was prompted by Harry Smith asking about Mike Huckabee’s continued support in the race:
SMITH: Nicolle, let's talk about the Republicans, because McCain, he said himself a week ago, now I'm the frontrunner. This lingering Huckabee thing. Huckabee got a lot of votes in Virginia. These conservatives they're -- they're still -- they're not happy. They're not happy about this guy.
NICOLLE WALLACE: And, you know what, Republicans are beginning to say that's okay.
Democratic presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) enters the voting booth to vote in the New York primary election at the Douglas Grafflin Elementary School in Chappaqua, New York February 5, 2008.
Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) talks with Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) as they wait for President Bush to deliver the final State of the Union address of his presidency at the Capitol building, January 28, 2008. [Reuters]