Clinton speech

It's still only August, but already the predictions that this would be an exceedingly banal presidential election campaign look like they've already come true. This week's campaign news might be summed up as an elementary school playground shouting match: "You're a bigot!" "No, you're a bigot!" Sigh.
Her top aide says she has the right tools to attack. Now, can they work the press?
It is wonderful to be back in Nevada and at Rancho. I am delighted to be joined by a number of young people who are going to talk with me, and all of you, about their lives and their stories, particularly immigration.
And she will encourage a rethinking of business strategy, away from what an aide called “quarterly capitalism” and more towards
Though "no one will hear a discouraging word" from the Romney campaign, the writing is on the wall. The reason is not the actual state of the economy or nation. It's about the state of our political drama, our symbolic and emotional selves.
"You remember that famous debate where a young woman asked a question and George H. W. Bush gave his answer, and then Clinton
Obama has followed the examples of Summers and Geithner instead of those of Warren and Harris, and that is what has made the election a tossup as voters continue to suffer in an economy that Democrats as well as Republicans wrecked.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Barack Obama and Bill Clinton sealed their political alliance with a bow and a bear hug. It didn't last
It was an honest, forthright appeal to the voters who will, by all accounts, decide the election -- those who voted for Obama
Bill Clinton delivered his speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night. Below, the former president's