Neil Cavuto To Joe Biden: Call Me
By Chickaboomer on August 23, 2008
Fox News Neil Cavuto just issued an on-air plea to Joe Biden: "Senator, if you're in there, just tell us how many homes, how many bedrooms and baths. I know you're pressed for time, but if you can..."
Cavuto says people inside the Biden compound are leaking to Fox News to end the endless on-air speculation about his ritzy digs..
Neil Cavuto just reported Joe's house on what's being reported as the Biden compound is worth $1.3 mil. I see where they're going with this given John McCain's obscene collection of multimillion dollar real estate. Neil's agonizing over whether the compound is owned solely by Joe.
Joe's bidin' his time getting out of his house for the airport to meet Barack in Illinois for the First Joint Appearance. Apparently a congratulatory call from the devious John McCain held him up...
Neil: "The whole house thing is a slippery slope. Do people really care about this stuff?"
Yeah. The media. NYT: "When Senator Barack Obama gives his acceptance speech before 70,000 people at Invesco Field on Thursday in Denver, most supporters will be sitting under the open night sky. But a group of lobbyists and corporate executives will watch the event from plush skyboxes, with catered food and a flowing bar, and a price tag of up to $1 million. And Mr. Obama’s biggest fund-raisers will be staying at the Ritz-Carlton, with its 400-thread-count linens, indoor basketball court, lap pool and 6,800-square-foot spa. They will be treated to an array of cocktail parties and receptions in their honor, including one Monday evening with Howard Dean, the party chairman, at the Denver Performing Arts Center, a reception with the vice-presidential nominee on Wednesday night at the Pepsi Center and a celebration with Mr. Obama after his acceptance speech in a club-level lounge at Invesco Field. The rewarding of big-money donors at the coming conventions strikes some discordant notes for Mr. Obama — and Senator John McCain, too — as each has sharply criticized the influence of money in politics. While Mr. Obama has attacked those who “have turned our government into a game only they can afford to play,” the corporate and other special-interest money will be as pervasive as ever at this year’s Democratic convention."
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