Last week, Mitt Romney took a stand for some of his best friends. When faced with a question by an Iowa voter about corporate taxes, Romney told him that "Corporations are people, my friend."
At a time when people are struggling -- but Fortune 500 profits are at a record high -- it hardly seems like the corporations need politicians like Romney to protect them.
It’s not often when Democrats and Romney agree on an issue.
ThinkProgress filed this report from the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, IA At the Iowa State Fair Wednesday, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) took to the presidential soapbox and told Iowa voters that “corporations are peop... Read Post
Mitt Romney leads the pack in the Bloomberg Politics/St. Anselm New Hampshire Poll. If you eliminate Romney, Rand Paul and Chris Christie tie for the top spot with 16% from likely Republican New Hampshire voters. Romney, who has rep... Read Post
Last week, while giving a speech in Iowa, Mitt Romney told a voter who was concerned that the former governor’s platform benefits corporations at the expense of individuals and families that “corporations are people, my friend.” Tha... Read Post