The recent flap over women voters -- especially stay-at-home mothers -- has sent both Republican and Democratic pundits scrambling and with good reason: many stay-at-home moms aren't affiliated with either party and are a ripe target for swing votes, a new poll shows.
A new poll says that when voters are asked about who has played the race card in the recently, highly-publicized flaps involving charges by the camps of Democratic Sen. Barack Obama and Republican Sen. John McCain, more voters think... Read Post
After the totally fake controversy about "stay at home moms" drummed up by the Republican Party, this clip of Mitt Romney is pretty devastating. As recently as January of this year, Mitt Romney was singing a very different tune, tel... Read Post
Ouch. Demographic breakdown: Eighty-six percent (86%) of GOP voters support a generic candidate from their party, while 82% of Democrats back the president. Voters not affiliated with either political party favor the Republican 46% ... Read Post