According to the Hollywood Reporter, Universal Pictures is planning a White House comedy based on a book penned by a former White House stenographer.
While Obama’s two terms as president provides tons of comedic material, former Vice President Joe Biden’s propensity for touching young girls and women is no laughing matter.
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The Democratic National Committee disqualified a candidate for the DNC chair for saying he didn’t believe Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison, pictured above, should become chairman because of his Islamic faith.
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Vice President Joe Biden averted a near disaster when he caught Hillary Clinton before she fell onstage at a rally on Monday in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Clinton, 69, had just introduced Biden to the audience when she stepped backwards and slipped. Biden caught her elbow and steadied Clinton as she laughed nervously.
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The Democrats can breathe a sigh of relief. Vice President Joe Biden is out of the running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Biden had no chance of being nominated anyway, but we all could have used the laughs.
With his wife, Jill, and President Barack Obama at his side in the White House Rose Garden, Biden said the window for a successful campaign “has closed,” noting his family’s grief following the death of his son, Beau.
Still, Biden positioned himself as a defender of the Obama legacy and made clear he views himself as the best possible successor to the President. In tone, the remarks sounded like the kind of speech defending staunch Democratic values that he might have given had he reached the opposite conclusion.
When Sen. Barack Obama planted a long wet kiss on the lips of the wife of his running mate during the Democratic National Convention, I was shocked.
I quickly did a Google search and I was relieved to see that I wasn’t the only one who was unsettled by the kiss.
When I was a young girl growing up in London, England, etiquette class was a standard part of our school’s curriculum. It was sort of like a Finishing school where girls were taught to address boys in the proper manner.
Much giggling and silliness ensued because we were little kids. But at least we knew what was proper and what was expected of us.
I would expect that as adults we should also know what is proper and expected of us in mixed company because not everyone is tolerant of the ways of the new social attitudes.
In my opinion, a man should never kiss another man’s wife on the lips in a professional setting unless they’re family or swingers.
For Republican presidential candidate John McCain, the rule is simple: Hug your running mate, kiss your wife. It really isn’t rocket science.