The GOP presidential candidate gets away with outrageous, contradictory statements because the mainstream media and the public let him.
Leaving no room for ambiguity or civility, Senate Republicans on Tuesday issued a decree that they would not even entertain the idea of giving face time to any Supreme Court nominees President Obama might present during his remaining time in office.
As her daughter Meghan did before her, Cindy McCain, registered Republican and wife of Sen. John McCain, has lent her well-known visage to the NOH8 campaign that began after the passage of California's Proposition 8 in November 2008. The campaign's organizers expressed their surprise that Cindy was willing to do so and gave her props for her bid to "show people that party doesn't matter."
Did the Republican National Committee splash out a staggering $150,000 since early September to get Sarah Palin all spiffed up for the campaign trail? And if she and John McCain don't win the election, does Palin get to keep all those versatile and stylish career separates? Updated