The Gateway (Blessed and Massive Relief Edition)
Surest Election Bet:
Fleshbot does a "Binders Full of Women" Feature.
How bout a “Binders Full of Women” musical—sort of “Book of Mormon” meets “Story of O.”
Sully, who was (justifiably) Mr. Doom & Gloom last time, scores every exchange for Obama. Not even I would do that, but it is clear Obama won, and even with Romney-like dynamic-scoring, Mitt did no better than a tie (and dynamic scoring is oh so much malarkey). Live-Blogging The "Strangers With Candy" Debate
Joe Biden reminds me of my old friend Dave Marsden, a tough kid from Southie smart enough to have gone to Boston Latin.
Once, when it looked likely that I was about to get into a bar brawl, I felt Dave’s hand on my shoulder as calmly said “I got your back” just loud enough for my adversary to get the message.
By contrast, Obama, at his best, which he was last nite, reminds me that if I were a kid, I’d wish I were Bart Simpson, but since I’ve grown up, the President and Michael Kinsley are probably the best role models available.
I slept pretty well last nite for about the first time in two weeks.
Dybbuk: I like when it moved on from Obama and Romney to Romney and Candy.
Misguided Romney Supporting Friend (yes they exist and Israel is the reason): btw, fact check...Planned Parenthood does cervical cancer screenings, but they do not provide mammograms. If any facility were to do so, they would be violating federal law, unless they had certification from the FDA -- which they do not. Regardless of where one stands on abortion, the President of the United States should get his facts straight. Under "Where Can I Get a Mammogram," Planned Parenthood acknowledges that it refers out all mammograms. Just sayin'
Only Romney could make Obama look strong on gun control
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My piece on Rudy Giuliani’s endorsement of Republican Russ Gallo's race against incumbent Assemblyman Steve Cymbrowitz (a former Giuliani administration official) was not intended to be either pro or anti Cymbrowitz (though I suppose it was functionally pro-Cymbrowitz) , but rather as an attack on Rudy's spitefulness.
Yet it generated frighteningly different responses.
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