Getty Images By Beth Pinsker NEW YORK -- Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney's legendary tax deduction for his horse may sound like the ultimate boondoggle of the super rich. Ditto for writing off the private jet, stashing money...Show More Summary
Former Majority Leader Harry Reid justified lying about Romney’s taxes on the Senate floor. Reid repeatedly accused Mitt Romney of not paying taxes for over a decade. Today Reid excused his lies telling CNN’s Dana Bash, “He didn’t win, did … Continue reading ?
The activist Left has given us ample evidence over the last several months that the narrative is more important than the truth, and all but confirms this in his latest interview. Reid, if you will remember, said the following from the...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Perhaps the lowest of the 2012 presidential election’s many low points was Harry Reid’s absurd claim, asserted on the floor of the Senate, that Mitt Romney hadn’t paid any income taxes in ten years. It was a classic...Show More Summary
So Harry Reid knew he was lying about Mitt Romney not paying taxes for ten years when he made the claim in 2012 from the lawsuit-free zone known as the floor of the U.S. Senate, but didn't care. That's what one must conclude from Reid's response to CNN's Dana Bash about that statement. Show More Summary
Sen. Harry Reid (R-NV), who announced last week that he will retire after his current term expires in early 2017, said he does not regret taking to the Senate floor in 2012 to accuse then-GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney of not paying his taxes.
THE SOUL OF THE 21ST CENTURY DEMOCRATIC PARTY LAID BARE: Harry Reid’s appalling defense of his attack on Mitt Romney’s tax record. “Romney didn’t win, did he?” Reid said in response to Bash’s question of whether he regretted what he had said about Romney. Think about that logic for a minute. What Reid is saying […]
The ends always justify the means. Asked in a recent interview if he had any “regrets” about accusing 2012 Republican presidential nominee...
"Romney didn't win, did he?"
Fear not, America. Four-time heavyweight champion of the world Evan Holyfield doesn’t plan on doing intense bodily harm to two-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney at their upcoming charity bout in May. “Go easy on him, okay?” implored MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell, during his Monday night show, featuring Holyfield. “We’re all routing for Mitt Romney to survive this […]
In an article about how Bill Clinton’s mistakes could potentially derail his wife’s presidential campaign if she runs, The New York Times reported that while he was backstage with Mitt Romney at the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative, he ga...
"Romney didn't win, did he?"
The ends justifies the means… Former Majority Leader Harry Reid justified lying about Mitt Romney’s taxes on the Senate floor. Reid told CNN’s Dana Bash: “He didn’t win, did he?” The Washington Free Beacon reported: Maybe some day Republicans will … Continue reading ?
“Romney didn’t win did he?” — Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), in a CNN interview, saying he had no regrets accusing Mitt Romney of not paying his taxes during the 2012 presidential campaign.
The Killers frontman opens up about his upcoming solo LP The Desired Effect, his battle with alcohol, and how he feels Mitt Romney “wasn’t a great ambassador” for Mormonism.
The presidential campaign may have ended long ago, but that hasn't stopped former New Hampshire governor and Romney surrogate John Sununu from lobbing insults at President Obama. Sununu appeared on Fox's America's Newsroom this Monday...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The Daily Princetonian reports that during the 2012 presidential campaign, 157 Princeton University faculty and staff members donated directly to the presidential candidates. Two of them gave to Mitt Romney; the rest gave to President Obama. Show More Summary
Evander Holyfield says he's giving Mitt Romney the GREEN LIGHT to pummel his face in their upcoming charity boxing match... if the Mitt can get past his impregnable defense. FYI -- 52-year-old Holyfield is squaring off with…
Harry Reid announced he will retire; he looks forward to spending more time with his family in an armchair, staring blankly ahead and crushing walnuts with his bare hands. Dick Durbin agreed to support Chuck Schumer as Democratic leader, likely on the condition that a Schumwich never appear in the U.S. Show More Summary
During the tail end of an interview in July 2012, then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was asked about Mitt Romney’s reluctance to release his tax returns. The question was whether, in some hypothetical universe, the Senate would confirm a nominee without further disclosure of his personal finances. Show More Summary