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: 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
Failed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is still earning high marks from New Hampshire Republican voters. A new Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm New Hampshire poll shows that Mitt Romney leads the 2016 field with 30 perc... 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