Gov. David Paterson on John McCain:
“George W. Bush came into office on third base… and then he stole second. And John McCain cheered him every step of the way.”
John McCain's version: There's no place like home...or a home...or a home...or a home...or a home...
John McCain calls himself a maverick, but he votes with George Bush more than 90% of the time...that's not a maverick, that's a sidekick.
This election isn't about liberal versus conservative. It's not about
left versus right. It's about the future versus the past. [...]
In four months, we'll have an administration that actually believes in science.
Barry Goldwater ran for president, and he lost. Mo Udall ran for president, and he lost. Bruce Babbit ran for president, and he lost. For this next election, that's one Arizona political tradition I'd like to see continue.
Hillary doesn't waste any time:
I'm here tonight as a proud mother, as a proud Democrat, as a proud Senator from the state of New York, as a proud American, and as a proud supporter of Barack Obama.
Hillary: PUMA (and all delusional Republicans):
No way, no how, no McCain.
It makes a lot of sense that next week John McCain and George Bush will be together in the Twin Cities, because these days they're awfully hard to tell apart.