“I was brushing tears away myself,” said Axelrod, affirming the emotional power of the moment.
“At that moment I realized why they had to change the joke,” Axelrod recalled.
I only own one suit, but I wore it every time I went to the White House (note to Axelrod: get one).
“Nobody is bashing business,” Axelrod insisted, to boos from the audience.
Axelrod knows nothing about this, and worse, Emanuel thinks he does because he lived in Israel.
Axelrod knows full well the history of our midterm elections and why anger matters.
Axelrod had in many ways created Barack Obama as a candidate.
These efforts are gaining momentum here,” Axelrod went on, “and will add momentum to the [negotiation] process.
And since Axelrod selected and controlled the message teams, consensus was generally what Obama got.
We also had a dentist, Dr. Axelrod, to whom I went a couple of times.
Axelrod Ax·el·rod (āk'səl-rŏd'), Julius. Born 1912.
American biochemist and pharmacologist. He shared a 1970 Nobel Prize for studies of the ways in which different substances affect neural impulses.