homosexuality of at long last acknowledged by
anonymous U.S. Treasury spokeswoman
says $700 billion figure is "not based on any particular data point. We just wanted to choose a really large number"
says Obama ad attacking McCain's computer illiteracy was "terrible"
says Obama better not try to take away either of his shotguns
says paying higher taxes is "patriotic"
says, "When the stock market crashed, Franklin Roosevelt got on television"
TV viewers uninterested in 60-hour hanging-upside-down stunt of
claims McCain deserves credit for previously-thrashed-out bailout deal that fell apart when McCain arrived in Washington
McCain campaign attacked for coddling Palin by
Bush, George W.
newfound awareness that "it turns out that there's a lot of interlinks throughout the financial system" is shared by
responsibility for yet another Brobdingnagian fiasco that befell the nation on his watch yet again not taken by
proposal for unflattering book on Bushes being shopped around by
Federal judge rejects claim of that vice president is not part of executive branch of government
says of Bush's speech, "There is, in a way, a kind of talent required to tell the nation that it's teetering on the brink of disaster in a way that makes the viewers' attention wander"
magazine of American Association of Actuaries features exquisitely ill-timed McCain article praising deregulation and suggesting that the health care industry emulate the banking industry
millions of dollars received from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's financial relationship with is revealed by New York Times
New York Times is excoriated as being "150 percent in the tank" for Obama by
is photographed stepping in a dog turd
McCain mocked by
funniest performance on Emmy Awards show turned in by
McCain's suspension of campaigning assessed by as "the greatest single act of responsibility ever taken by a presidential candidate"
ads demanding release of McCain's medical records produced by
is fired by Fox News for "Obama's babymama" chyron
last-minute cancellation by McCain more than avenged by
efforts to extricate self from debate of
50th reunion of Naval Academy class he finished fifth from the bottom in attended by
makes grandiose announcement of suspension of campaign, though all aspects of campaign aside from his personal appearances continue unabated
says he has "not had a chance" in three days to read administration's 2½-page bailout plan
sits quietly during White House meeting he suspended his campaign to attend
suspension of campaigning assessed by Republican strategist as "desperate and nuts"
intent to not "be stampeded into rubber-stamping" bailout announced by
New York Yankees
existence of Roger Clemens denied by
calls McCain to suggest issuing joint statement on bailout plan, only to have McCain rush in front of cameras minutes later and announce unilateral position
says thanks but no thanks to McCain's call to delay first debate and points out that "It is going to be part of the President's job to deal with more than one thing at once"
is fired from job at The Insider after saying hosts make viewers want to "vomit"
being on the ground in Alaska when Putin flies over it is cited as foreign policy experience by
meets and is photographed with two world leaders and Henry Kissinger
possibility of another Great Depression warned about by
is unable to cite single example of McCain's efforts to reform banking industry, finally tells Katie Couric "I'll try to find ya some and I'll bring 'em to ya"
Paulson, Henry M., Jr.
proposal that Congress give him $700 billion to use however he wants with absolutely no oversight offered by
White House discussions about letting the CIA use coercive methods like waterboarding acknowledged by
Bill Clinton's difficulty uttering Obama's name noted by
secretly recorded conversation in which old friend says, "Ted gets hysterical when he has to spend his own money" is played at trial of
McCain compared to Queen of Hearts in Wonderland by
McCain described as "a flustered rookie playing in a league too high" by
McCain's unsuitability for the presidency due to his "dismaying temperament" suggested by
Zardari, Asif Ali
Palin is told she's "even more gorgeous" than he'd thought by