WASHINGTON (CNN) - Republican Mike Huckabee won't be the only presidential candidate on late night television Wednesday.
Democrat Hillary Clinton is set to make a surprise appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman, the New York senator's campaign confirms.
According to the campaign, Clinton has taped a couple lines for the top of the show - Letterman's first since the beginning of the writer's strike two months ago.
– CNN's Candy Crowley and Sasha Johnson
please read this article. http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/01/02/544600.aspx
NBC's Domenico Montanaro adds that Hodges is, in fact, a registered federal lobbyist, a search of the Senate Office of Public Records Lobbying Disclosure Act Database shows. He registered as such on June 1, 2007.
Dishonest politicians like Obama can twist and parse the word lobbyist and agenda, but the fact is Obama fund raising still shows PAC money on his website. It is just coming thru different channels
say good bye to your young boys and girls. she will pull our troops out but then drain our prisons. make them fight. which is great. but when they have parished in this war. she will call the draft. so if she is president. she will not in the war niether. good thoughts but not good ideas. this war is been going way to long. lets get out and focus on bin laden. goooooooooooooo ron paul.....4 pres.
who do we vote for: why is all about money raised.? why do they only talk about big names, clintons ,romneys, huckabees, obama. why not talk about ron paul.why brain wash americans. that there are only 5 people running give them all the same equal news casting. the poor will never be president because they don't have the money. washington was a soldier, jackson a soldier. not money bags. I don't vote for rich people. so I guess I throw my vote away as these rich politicians say. I vote for the man OR woman, that is for me and you. just my opinion. thanks.