Having Paul Ryan on the ticket liberates Mitt Romney to be a little more of the data geek he is. And that’s a good thing. You saw this dynamic during Sunday’s 60 Minutes interview. We have seen Romney in his NAACP speech (I thought it a turning point) and his Poland speech (which an ad wisely returned to last week after a near media blackout), among others, articulate the big vision thing voters need to hear from a presidential candidate.
RACISM IN AMERICAN POLITICS: Liberal group calls Romney too white for blacks to like. In advance of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s speech Wednesday to the NAACP, a liberal group headed by a former New York Times rep... Read Post
Mitt Romney insisted Sunday night on "60 Minutes" that his new running mate, Paul Ryan, is qualified to serve as president if the need arose. But in a warning sign for the campaign, incumbent Vice President Joe Biden is seen as a fa... Read Post
Tonight’s (Sunday) 60 Minutes will feature an interview with the new Republican ticket of Mitt Romney and Congressman Paul Ryan conducted by CBS’s Bob Schieffer. Last year, when Schieffer interviewed Ryan on Face the Nation, he chid... Read Post