The Washington Post reports that Jon Favreau, chief speechwriter for President-elect Barack Obama, was caught partying with a cardboard cutout of Hillary Clinton.
Asked about the photos, Favreau, who was recently appointed director of speechwriting for the White House, declined comment. A transition official said that Favreau had "reached out to Senator Clinton to offer an apology."
A. Hall was born in Lafayette Louisiana, on October 30, 1981. She grew up in New Iberia, Louisiana, but currently resides in Houston, Texas. She is an author, writer, poet, spoken word artist, songwriter, dancer, model, performer, and single mother. She is best known for her poetry as a spoken word artist, the September 10, 2007, Jet Centerfold-Beauty of the Week and her book: Revelation-The Untold Truth (2008) She is also known for her My Little Princess children's book… Continue
Congratulations to Barack Obama on becoming the 44th President of the United States of America. I pray for the safety of him and his family.
As I type this blog, I am smiling at the countless text messages from my family, friends and associates who are elated at what has just took place. Some of the text messages were serious and others were simply funny forwards.
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Eminem said this week in a BBC interview he would be voting for Sen. Barack Obama next month, saying that the United States “needs something to change”
“I can't get too political because I don't know enough," the Detroit rapper said. "I mean, I know we are going into a recession. Pardon the cliche, but we need something to change. I think Barack would be a breath of fresh air, to get in there and actually get what's left of the Bush… Continue
WASHINGTON (Oct. 1) -Soryy for the mix up GTS- Recently trailing or tied, Democrat Barack Obama now leads Republican John McCain in a trio of the most critical, vote-rich states five weeks before the election, according to presidential poll results released Wednesday.
The Democrat's support jumped to 50 percent or above in Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania in Quinnipiac University surveys taken… Continue
Added by Garland on October 1, 2008 at 5:58pm —