SO YOU’RE NOT LIKE AL SHARPTON, THEN. GOT IT. Joe Scarborough: ‘Jeb and I Are Moderate … We Don’t Set Houses on Fire and Scare Kids.’ Well, that’s what they said about McCain and Romney, too. How’d they do?
If you've done something so shitty that Slate and Romney are united in condemning it, you know it's bad.
Mitt Romney has emerged as the voice of reason in the ongoing Sony hack scandal. On Wednesday night, Sony Pictures Entertainment made it official and declared that they would not release The Interview to theaters on Christmas Day, or anytime. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures couldn't buy this kind of publicity for its all-but-scrapped North Korean comedy The Interview — though the hack it apparently sparked may well end up being the costliest cyberattack on a business ever. Mitt Romney, the...Show More Summary
Today Mitt Romney called on a profitable business to release its product, after months of hard work, for free on the internet. I'm referring, of course, to Sony's The Interview.
Far be it from us to decline the opportunity to look at some early 2016 polling numbers after Jeb Bush's tortured not-so-announcement announcement Tuesday. (Anyone else wonder how many consultants he paid to write that Tweet?) Here's...Show More Summary
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) argued that the GOP should not listen to the "cabal" of consultants in the 2016 presidential race and should also not nominate another Bob Dole, John McCain, or Mitt Romney on Wednesday's "Your World with Neil Cavuto" on the Fox News Channel. Show More Summary
The back-burner nature of education issues is particularly true for Republican voters. In 2012, 84 percent of people who voted for Obama said education was "very" important to their vote. Just 52 percent of Romney voters said the same. -- Vox's Libby Nelson (Common Core won't sink Jeb Bush's presidential run)
It’s apparently never too early to think of the 2016 presidential election (poll results here) (Fox News) Former Massachusetts Gov. and 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney leads the growing pack
Jeb Bush may be running for president. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul and fellow Floridian Marco Rubio are not amused. Meanwhile, Romney? Woot! The GOP Civil War is back! Pop some corn, and enjoy the show. The unifying Obama hatred is stillShow More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Jeb Bush more or less announced his presidential candidacy today, and the reaction from conservatives was predictably negative. On Twitter, someone pointed out: Bush, Bush, Dole, Bush, Bush, McCain, Romney…Bush? I agree...Show More Summary
Taegan Goddard looks to Nate Silver. The short answer: We’ll see, and we’ll want to watch for news of Republicans who endorse Bush’s candidacy or criticize it. But he’s probably more like Romney or McCain than like Huntsman or Giuliani. Last year, we constructed ideological scores for a set of plausible 2016 Republican candidates based [...]
(Paul Mirengoff) Jeb Bush says he will “actively explore” a run for the presidency. I think this means he’s going to run unless he can’t get off the ground. Bush wants to be the GOP’s establishment candidate, as John McCain was (more or less) in 2008 and Mitt Romney was in 2012. Show More Summary
With former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) officially beginning preparations for a potential 2016 presidential bid, it may mean the GOP's last nominee, Mitt Romney, is out of the race. Hours after Bush announced his intention to "actively...Show More Summary
Been assuming if Bush gets in, Mitt stays out. But this is intriguing: http://t.co/yyDxmYoSX7 — Billmon (@billmon1) December 16, 2014 If a Clinton/Bush matchup might kill Cole, another Romney run would certainly be bad for my health:...Show More Summary
At this stage in our history and his family's history, I do not think Jeb Bush gets into the presidential race unless he's a strong, strong favorite. 15% support for Jeb Bush if Romney doesn't get in really doesn't sound like it meets that test.
Bush. Clinton. Romney. Why are so many names from the past floating to the top of presidential lists?
Jeb Bush says he's moving towards a 2016 run. His supporters know about his many, many terrible problems -- right?
Remember when… Republican Mitt Romney said the US should not negotiate with the Taliban, we should kill them. Today the Taliban opened fire on children during a school assembly in Peshawar. 126 people were killed – mostly children. The Taliban … Continue reading ?
WASHINGTON — Jeb Bush, who’s seriously considering a 2016 presidential bid, has sprinted to the front of the Republican field in a new McClatchy-Marist Poll. Former GOP nominee Mitt Romney remains on top, with Bush, a former Florida governor, a close second. Take away Romney, and Bush leads the field. The poll also found anxious [...]