Monday weekend round-up
Will there be a health reform bill without GOP support? One democratic leader says no.
A monumental few days of meetings will take place between the U.S. and China beginning today.
More banks are being shut down in Georgia and New York. That makes 64 in 2009.
Footage from 1996 shows Professor Henry Louis Gates railing against Clarence Thomas and Newt Gingrich. [editor’s note: I’m pretty sure they can find footage of everyone railing against those two.]
Secretary of State Hilary Clinton on Meet the Press Sunday:
“First, we’re going to do everything we can to prevent you from ever getting a nuclear weapon. But your pursuit is futile, because we will never let Iran — nuclear-armed, not nuclear-armed — it is something that we view with great concern, and that’s why we’re doing everything we can to prevent that from ever happening. … We believe, as a matter of policy, it is unacceptable for Iran to have nuclear weapons.”
Watch Bill Kristol call president Obama an “arrogant” man. [Pot, this is the kettle calling.]
It seems the Obama administration can’t catch a break with the Congressional Budget Office, who once again deals a blow to the health care bill.
American troops on U.S. soil? The former president almost deployed them.
GOP gubernatorial candidates attack each other over stimulus funds they both wanted, then didn’t want. [I’m confused too.]
Lawrence Summers says the economy was on the brink of collapse.
The Bush-Cheney relationship was tenuous at best.
Fans get a first look at Iron Man 2.
French president Sarkozy collapses while jogging.
Fox News anchor is “hit on” on live television. Watch the clip below. [It had to happen sooner or later.]
Does the mayor of San Francisco have a solution to our health care crisis?