As the march toward November 6th intensifies, things might get weird. For example: someone apparently fired a shot into President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters in Denver Colorado on Friday afternoon, shattering a large window.
The Denver Post reports the incident occurred around 3 p.m. There were people in the offices at the time but no injuries were reported.
A reporter for Denver’s alt-weekly Westword tweeted a photo of the shattered window and his puzzled comment:
It’s the kind of mistake that’s irresistible to social media wits: an iPhone app for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign misspells the word America. The app lets users take photos and it currently superimposes the legend “A Better Amercia (sic)” over them. While the Romney campaign is seeking to have the app corrected and replaced in the iTunes store as soon as possible, jokes about the screw-up spread like wildfire across Twitter Tuesday night. It is tempting to run down a catalogue of wisecracks but one tweet represents the general tone pretty well:
Jon Huntsman has told advisers that he’s done with his 2012 presidential campaign. Politico reports the Republican ex-governor–who many Democrats seemed to think of as ‘the nice one’ on the other side of the aisle–plans to throw his support behind front runner and fellow Mormon Mitt Romney:
With the recent straw poll during the Iowa State Fair—a pseudo-event if ever there was one—the presidential campaign of 2012 has begun in earnest.
But that does not mean that the campaign has gotten serious. Not when a character like Michele Bachmann is running around with a claim to be the front-runner for the Republican Read More
Donald Trump may run into trouble in his own backyard if he does decide to run for president.
Guy Molinari, the former congressman, borough president and longtime Staten Island political powerbroker called the real estate magnate turned reality television star “a son of a bitch–and you can quote me on that” during a brief interview Read More
Yesterday, Azi and I wrote about the early days of Donald Trump’s quasi-campaign, which so far consists of a few Trump disciples, a slew of unpaid political hands, and, of course, the outlandish operative Roger Stone–all of whom are trying to nudge the would-be developer to take the leap from p.r. circus Read More