New York Times reporters Jonathan Weisman and Jennifer Steinhauer speculate about the political ramifications of the potential budget crisis brewing on Capitol Hill, arguing that a showdown this fall could present an opportunity for Mitt Romney to distance himself from House Republicans:
But a disagreement between the parties over spending levels has paved a path for the sort of clash that led to the near shutdown of the government last year, and it could leave Mr.
Mitt Romney can't even seem to make up his mind who he's smirking at According to The New York Times, Mitt Romney's smirking attack over the killing of U.S. embassy personnel in Libya started with his reaction to a statement issued ... Read Post
Mitt Romney: Most likely to still be a homophobic thug in 48 years Looks like it's time to shake shake the Etch A Sketch again. This morning, the Washington Post ran a sickening story about how Mitt Romney, as a teenager, led a poss... Read Post