Bob Woodward, the world's most famous and talented and handsome reporter, dropped hints of scandal on the TV this weekend! Follow the money!

Woodward was on Sunday's Chris Matthews Show, where he said this:

"This may be tantalizing but vague," said the Washington Post scribe. "I don't think the nanny or household tax problems and so forth are over for the Obama administration..."

Matthews asked him to elaborate, and Woodward refused, saying, "it's not over." Great! Scandals! More taxes and nannies! Those are always interesting and important scandals that people care so much about, and of course it's not like employing illegal immigrants and screwing up your taxes either intentionally or not are things that every single Washington elite is guilty of.

Also Woodward, the famous journalist, has now perfected his reporting technique: whereas before it involved "reporting," now it involves "being friends with politicians and hacks and waiting for them to tell me something interesting that may or may not pan out." So, yes, the game's afoot. Time to start fishing, America. Change has come!