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THEY TOLD ME IF I VOTED FOR MITT ROMNEY, RICH PEOPLE WOULD CONTROL THE GOVERNMENT. AND THEY WERE RIGHT! Report: Liberal Billionaires Are “Hijacking” EPA.
Perhaps it says something about us that our most interesting presidential candidates swear they won't run for president. This is true of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and it's increasingly true of Mitt Romney. As regular readers of this column know, I've never been much of a Romney booster. Show More Summary
THEY TOLD ME IF I VOTED FOR MITT ROMNEY, STATES WOULD BE MICRO-REGULATING TEEN DATING. AND THEY WERE RIGHT!
Conservative pundit Dick Morris, who wrote 2005's Condi vs. Hillary: The Next Great Presidential Race and predicted Mitt Romney would win the 2012 election in a "landslide," now wants you to trust him with your retirement savings. According to a July 30 press release, Morris is working with Retirement Media Inc. Show More Summary
FLASHBACK, 2012 Hillary Clinton criticizes Romney’s remarks on Russia. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hit back Sunday against Mitt Romney’s comments this week that Russia is America’s main “geopolitical foe.” Labeling Romney’s words as “dated,” Clinton said in an interview with CNN there were more pressing matters of concern in global affairs. “I think it’s [...]
WAPO: Hillary Clinton still hasn’t found a good answer to questions about her wealth. And Chris Cilizza is eager to offer advice, and point out that she’s not that awful Mitt Romney. Which is true. He earned his money by building businesses; she earned hers by selling access. In WaPo-land, the latter is morally superior.
With the overlapping crises in Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Israel, Republicans trying to pin the blame on President Obama are singing the same sound bite in unison. As Mitt Romney put it earlier this year: Our esteem around the world has fallen. Show More Summary
During the 2012 presidential campaign, GOP candidate Mitt Romney called Russia “without question our No. 1 geopolitical foe,” a comment that was mocked by many Democrats and members of the press. One of those belittling the Republican's...Show More Summary
Commenting on a new CNN/ORC poll that showed Mitt Romney would handily beat Barack Obama if the 2012 election were held today, MSNBC Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd said that it reflects the fact that Americans are “fatigued” from the President: This is a country that is fatigued from this President. The more foreign policy […]
The fewer political things he does, the more likable Mitt Romney is. Case in point: his new gig blogging about being a curious, hiking adventure guy who takes his grandkids on educational vacations through the American West like he's earning every particle of that WORLD'S BEST GRANDPA coffee mug he probably drinks lukewarm water out of every morning. Read more...
Mitt Romney is enjoying the perks of an influential and meaningful title these days, but it’s not “President,” as he had once imagined — it’s “grandpa.”
By ERNEST ISTOOK America has buyer’s remorse for re-electing Barack Obama. A CNN poll shows Mitt Romney would easily defeat Obama for President today. Obama shows zero remorse for abusing our laws. Instead he whines that he’s the victim of a Republican conspiracy to impeach him. Democrats are using that claim to raise millions of […]
If only the nation could go back in time, it would choose Mitt Romney.
A just released CNN/ORC national poll indicates that if the 2012 presidential election were held today Governor Mitt Romney would beat President Barack Obama by a margin of 53% to 44%. But a slew of recent national polls show that three-quarters...Show More Summary
Did I spend 2012 hailing Mitt Romney as a paladin of the middle class? No.
Buried in a New York Times piece about Rand Paul's efforts to woo black voters is the story of the most Mitt Romney thing Mitt Romney has ever done: confuse two famous black women in media. According to Donna Brazile, Romney called her "Gwen" during the 2012 campaign. Read more...
A new poll from CNN and ORC International that was released on Sunday found President Barack Obama would have a hard time if he had to face off against Mitt Romney again. The poll showed 53% of Americans would vote for Romney and just...Show More Summary
On Monday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, NBC chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd reacted to the news of polling data that shows 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney would defeat President Barack Obama if the head-to-head match-up were held today. Show More Summary