Great moments in fail

ABC's "Top Line" hosted the spokesmen of the Republican and Democrat national committees to discuss the results of Tuesday's primaries, in particular Alaska where Tea Party conservative Joe Miller appears to have upset incumbent Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski.

DNC spokesman Brad Woodhouse (whom I criticized when serving as spokesman for the LNC for his bizarre Aug. 2009 claim the Tea Parties were a corporate-funded conspiracy carried out by plants) jumped on the opportunity, touting the possibility Democrats could now take the seat from Republicans.

Unfortunately for Woodhouse, he couldn't even name the Democrat nominee he was just seconds earlier claiming could win the election.

Who's abandoning the White House this morning?

Left-leaning talk show host David Letterman:
“He’ll have plenty of time for vacations after his one term is done.”

The CEO of Intel:
"No country was more attractive for start-up capital... We seemed a generation ahead of the rest of the world in information technology. That simply is no longer the case."

Unionized government workers:
"Officials representing 7,000 members of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFL-CIO), National Council 118, in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) unanimously voted “no confidence” in ICE Director John Morton and ICE Assistant Director Phyllis Coven, who heads the agency’s Office of Detention Policy and Planning."