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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #286

JIMMY CARTER: A clip of last night's appearance on Tavis Smiley's PBS show.

MCCAIN'S OTHER PASTOR: John McCain has another pastor problem — Rod Parsley.

OBAMA GIRL: Mike Gravel tries to get in on the action.

MONICA CONYERS: Wife of congressman John Conyers and President Pro-Tem of the Detroit City Council gets owned by a 4th grader over calling the Council President "Shrek".

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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #236

CHANGE: The David Bowie election.

RUDY GIULIANI: FOX loves America's Mayor.

MIKE GRAVEL: On the oppressive nature of religion.

BRITNEY HOUSTON: Performs her version of Janet's "Feedback".

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Obama and Huckabee Take Nation's First Caucus in Iowa

Iowaprimary

Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mike Huckabee won their respective races in the Iowa caucuses Thursday night, leaving leftover candidates from both parties either scrambling for their next move or on their way out. Senator Hillary Clinton and John Edwards came within a percentage point of one another in the race for second place on the Democratic side, with Edwards edging out Clinton by a hair.

On the Republican side, second-place winner Mitt Romney was not even close, leaving a wide-open opportunity for John McCain in New Hampshire next week, where his support has risen in recent weeks.

The numbers came in like this: " Mr. Huckabee won with 34.4 percent of the delegate support, after 86 percent of precincts had reported. Mr. Romney had 25.4 percent, former Senator Fred D. Thompson of Tennessee had 13.4 percent and Senator John McCain of Arizona had 13.2 percent. On the Democratic side, with 100 percent of precincts reporting, Mr. Obama had 37.6 percent of the delegate support, Mr. Edwards 29.8 percent and Mrs. Clinton had 29.5 percent. Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico was fourth, at 2.11 percent."

Other details:

road.jpg Massive turnout bad omen for the GOP.
road.jpg Chris Dodd, Joe Biden drop out of Democratic race...
road.jpg Keith Olbermann declares that Mike Gravel has dropped out of the race, and Gravel demands a retraction!
road.jpg Thompson finishes in near-tie for third with John McCain...
road.jpg McCain reacted from New Hampshire: "I think that the lesson of this election is that, one, you can't buy an election in Iowa; and, two, that negative campaigns don't work. They don't work there, and they don't work here in New Hampshire."
road.jpg Giuliani vows to fight on after poor showing.
road.jpg Independents go for Obama and Ron Paul.

Check out what the candidates had to say (Clips of ALL THE SPEECHES) about their respective wins and losses, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #204

TRANSAMERICAN LOVE STORY: Calpernia Adams and Andrea James talk about their upcoming reality show, and react to comments written on Perez Hilton's site.

MIKE GRAVEL: A must-see music video and the story behind it. (via slog)

KELLIE PICKLER: Is she smarter than a kindergartner?

DO YOU REALLY NEED TO TOUCH ME? Democratic Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) asks Rove to "take this opportunity to retract his (Rove's) outrageous statements" on FOX News Sunday.

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Mike Gravel Wants You To Get Mad!

You may have heard that Mike Gravel held his own debate last night since he was excluded from the one that took place at Drexel University.

The New York Times reported yesterday: "Though he has been included in most of the previous Democratic debates, MSNBC contends that Mr. Gravel failed to meet any of the network’s criteria for participation in tonight’s event (candidates had to meet certain standards in at least one of three categories: polling, fund-raising and travel). Mr. Gravel’s camp is crying 'corporate censorship,' and the former Alaska senator argues that his opposition to the military industrial complex is prompting backlash from G.E."

Actually, he did make an appearance, and it was incendiary. That video is above.


Towleroad Guide to the Tube #165

MIKE ROGERS: Appearance on Hannity & Colmes regarding the Larry Craig story.

MIKE GRAVEL: Discusses the Larry Craig scandal on Real Time with Bill Maher.

AMY WINEHOUSE: Her recent appearance on the Mercury Awards.

ANYTHING YOU CAN DO I CAN DO BETTER: Hillary and Barack sing it off.

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