Jason Biggs hurled some vile slurs at both Ann Romney and Janna Ryan during the heat of the presidential race last year. The usual members of the Thought Police remained silent, and Biggs didn't lose any gigs as a result. After all, it was only the wives of key GOP players under attack. Show More Summary
After four months of silence, Mitt and Ann grant their first interview....
(The Root) -- Here's yet another very good reason to rejoice over Barack Obama's triumph in last year's presidential election: Mitt and Ann Romney are not our first family. We have thus been spared four years of hyperexposure to the self-absorbed utterances of this shockingly out-of-touch political couple. Show More Summary
It didn't take long for liberal members of the press to spew venom at Ann Romney after she stated during an interview on last weekend's edition of “Fox News Sunday” that she's “happy to blame the media” as one of the reasons her husband, GOP former Mass. Show More Summary
Frustrated FLOTUS wannabe Ann Romney got bitter on Fox. Frustrated FLOWS wannabe Marilyn McKenna expresses gets bitter on Twitter: "Marilyn McKenna, wife of Rob McKenna apparently, follows me on Twitter and responded to a tweet of mine," says Slog tipper Ryan. Show More Summary
“I think I’m mostly—you know the great ‘Princess Bride’ line, ‘mostly dead’ ”? Ann Romney said. “I’m mostly over it. But not completely.” This was in response to Chris Wallace, of Fox News, who’d asked if she’d “gotten over the defeat”—and...Show More Summary
On Sunday, Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann Romney, broke their self-imposed silence in the wake of the 2012 campaign. The reaction to the couple's reemergence from many in the political press has been predictably aggravated. Show More Summary
Thank you, Chris Wallace! Without you and Fox News, I never would have known that Republicans still think it's everybody else's fault that they lost in 2012.
Click here to view this media [h/t David at VideoCafe] After a few months in self-imposed exile, Ann and Mitt Romney have crawled out from under their rocks. I'm sure you aren't shocked that they're mewling about how sad they are that they didn't ascend to the throne as they believed was their destiny. Show More Summary
I don't know who's more annoying? Ann, who seems to be in some sort of post-election depression/denial, or Mitt, who still can't figure out why he lost, even as he spouts the very same nonsense that caused him to lose in the first place.Seriously, why can't people just take responsibility for their own actions? You break, you buy. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney gave his first extensive postmortem interview Sunday after his 2012 election loss, appearing on "Fox News Sunday" alongside his wife, Ann. Fox News host Chris Wallace asked Romney to explain what many saw as the downfallShow More Summary
There is a grand tradition of the previous occupant of the Oval Office going into a kind of hiding. Not a “hidden to the world” kind of exile, as the pope emeritus finds himself in, but still keeps a low … Continue reading ?
As I mentioned last Friday, Mitt and Ann Romney gave their first post-election TV interview on FOX News Sunday and told Chris Wallace why they lost, what it felt like, whether they think the media was in it for Obama...
On Sunday, Fox News aired the first interview with Mitt Romney since the former Massachusetts governor lost the 2012 presidential race. Fox New Sunday host Chris Wallace flew out to California to interview Romney and his wife, Ann, and...Show More Summary
“I thought — oh, my gosh, am I glad I didn’t do that! I wouldn’t want to compete against Dorothy!” Ann Romney, on turning down an offer to appear on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” The wife of Mitt Romney told Fox News Sunday that she...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney and Ann Romney went on FOX News Sunday for their first major interview since the November election. Mitt compared Barack Obama’s leadership skills to that of a failed Roman emperor. Why? Why would you not want to have … Continue reading ?
"He was not given a fair shake. People weren't allowed to see him for who he really was," Ann Romney says of her husband, Mitt Romney. "I am happy to blame the media."
(CNN) - Ann Romney, the wife of former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, confirmed in an interview that she considered an offer to join ABC's "Dancing with the Stars," but ultimately declined. "I would've loved to have done it, and I am turning 64, and I started thinking about it," she said on "Fox News [...]
This morning the good people at FOX News opened up their fridge, peeked into the back right corner, and found some leftover Bitterness to toss into the microwave and serve piping hot to their silver-jowled audience who has been ravenous for justice since November 6, 2012. Show More Summary
The Republican nominee says he and his wife Ann still mourn the loss in their pre-taped interview on Fox News Sunday, with Ann saying she was "happy to blame the media." read more