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Although many comedians support Barack Obama's bid for the U.S. presidency, they will eventually poke fun of him if he's elected, comedy industry insiders say. Many comedians and late-night talk shows have mined the campaign of Republican Sen. John McCain and Alaska Gov.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden accused Republican John McCain Saturday of taking "the low road to the highest office in the land." Speaking to supporters at a rally in Evansville, Ind., Biden predicted that the tone of the campaign would fall even more before Tuesday's election, CNN reported.
Republican U.S. presidential nominee John McCain spoofed his own campaign in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch featuring Tina Fey as Sarah Palin.
Republicans need to raise $5 million in the next three days to compete with Democrats' get-out-the-vote efforts, the GOP's U.S. vice presidential nominee said.
Sermo (http://www.sermo.com), the world's largest physician-only online community, has captured the attention of both presidential candidates.
Sen. Barack Obama's tax plan would mean a better break for those making less than $100,000 than Sen. John McCain's proposal, independent analyses indicate.
By Karl Puckett GREAT FALLS, Mont. -- Wind farm development has many Montanans turning green. Now the question is how many of them will turn blue when they vote for president Tuesday.
Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Barack Obama leads Republican John McCain 51 percent to 40 percent in a poll released Thursday. The New York Times/CBS poll also indicated that 59 percent of voters do not believe Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is qualified to be vice president.
MENLO PARK, Calif., Oct.
An overwhelming majority of CFOs and senior comptrollers (79%) do not plan to make any tax decisions based on the outcome of the November 4 elections, according to a survey conducted by Grant Thornton LLP, the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd.
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