ON STATE OF THE UNION:
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina took on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid saying, “I think he's making things up, and at a time when the country is just about to fall apart.” He also urged the president and congress to “find a way to avoid sequestration,” calling it “the dumbest thing.”
Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs said that Mitt Romney could easily clear up the whole issue. “Mitt Romney can go to Kinko's; he can photocopy his tax returns. ... He could hand them out to reporters all over the country. And, you know what, we wouldn't talk about this tomorrow. ... I’ll send him the nickels.”
Carly Fiorina & Bob Johnson weigh on President Obama's record on business and discuss what the economy needs to recover.
Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs on President Obama's 2008 plan for hope and change and whether he has succeeded.
Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs spoke about Harry Reid's claim that Mitt Romney has not paid taxes in the last ten years.
Every federal election will cost about $6 billion. But we spend more than that on arguably less important events.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that Sen. Reid is "making things up" about the majority leader's claim that Mitt Romney hasn't paid taxes.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that "sequestration" is one of the "dumbest" things congress has done. He also said that politicians should lose their jobs if they can't reach an agreement over defense spending.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that President Obama's plan to raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans is plain "stupid."