Other interesting Washington Post stories from the Republican National Convention.
“You know what? I’d love for you to print my address in the newspaper article so that the Koch brothers know where to find me.”
— Citizens United President David Bossie, who paved the way for the new super PACs but somehow hasn’t drawn their kind of megabucks. (From Jason Horowitz’s report: As super PACs reap windfall, Citizens United can only watch.)
Earlier in The Reliable Source: Did BeBe Winans lose a Democratic convention gig because he’s also singing at the Republican convention? . . . Conventions let losers “stage-manage their own political deaths,” writes David Fahrenthold, on the Tampa swan songs of Gingrich, Santorum, Bachmann, Paul (and Cain, last seen Monday cutting to the front of the media center security line).
Elsewhere: Sarah Jessica Parker, Susan Sarandon, Barbara Bush, other celebs line up for Maryland gay-marriage referendum. . . Peter Marks gives a good review to Kathleen Turner as liberal firebrand Molly Ivins at Arena Stage: “Opening the show while the Republicans are out of town is not a bad move” . . . What’s the deal with anti-Obama documentary “2016”? Dan Zak looks at the surprise box office hit.
Earlier in The Reliable Source: