Now, that's news!
By Shailagh Murray
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, September 1, 2008; A22
"I haven't heard that in a long, long, long time," responded
The audience cracked up, and so did
"Marriages of political necessity are often really awkward," said senior
Their rapport stands in contrast to the Democratic ticket in 2004, when Sens.
On the Republican side this year,
Although they were rivals for their party's nomination this year,
"I'm really pleased with
But those attributes can come off as more endearing than exasperating alongside
He still has some rough edges. During a "60 Minutes" interview that aired last night, host
"I was arrogant. I didn't think I had to prepare,"
One change in
Now he accepts it as part of his appeal. On Friday night, when
"And I have been a Steelers fan since that day,"
"Not much has changed,"
After attending the funeral Saturday of
"When mine burst, fortunately as described to me by the neurosurgeons, it ricocheted off my skull instead of into my brain,"
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The Nazis, Fascists and Communists were political parties before they became enemies of liberty and mass murderers.