“Judging an American icon like Clint Eastwood through a typical political lens doesn’t work. His ad libbing was a break from all the political speeches, and the crowd enjoyed it.”—Romney campaign, on the Clint Eastwood debacle
“That was the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen at a presidential convention, and it will be the weirdest thing I see at a presidential convention if I live to be 100.”—Rachel Maddow on Clint Eastwood at the RNC
“Other than heavy drinking and tequila, which I obviously don’t think the Romney brothers are doing…”—Meghan McCain, on MSNBC right now on how she handled being the daughter of the presidential candidate in 2008.
“The Pepper Pike company that owns the Century Mine told workers that attending the Aug. 14 Romney event would be both mandatory and unpaid, a top company official said Monday morning in a West Virginia radio interview. A group of employees who feared they’d be fired if they didn’t attend the campaign rally in Beallsville, Ohio, complained about it to WWVA radio station talk show host David Blomquist. Blomquist discussed their beefs on the air Monday with Murray Energy Chief Financial Officer Rob Moore. Moore told Blomquist that managers “communicated to our workforce that the attendance at the Romney event was mandatory, but no one was forced to attend.”—
It’s the latest decision I can find from the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission.
This search took me all of 3 minutes. Also, if Fox News really wasn’t authorized to broadcast in Canada because they were not factual, wouldn’t you think ALL THE OTHER NEWS CHANNELS would be up in this story? Or at the very least MSNBC?