How can Republicans move to Mitt Romney's right on immigration? How about by going after legal immigration?
• Who’s next to announce they are running for President in 2016? I’ll have the latest on the race. • Will Mitt Romney run for President again if Gov. Jeb Bush doesn’t win New Hampshire?
One thing we know for certain is that it won't be a quasi-Republican, weak-kneed, moderate Democrat. Unless Mitt Romney comes riding in on a white horse at the last minute, and becomes her opponent, she won't need to kiss up to moderate Republicans. Show More Summary
[Content Note: Homophobia; guns; misogyny.] Mitt Romney ain't the only one who can stand in front of flags, baby! Senator Marco Rubio continues his awesome campaign of being awesome on same-sex marriage: "[I believe] the definition of the institution of marriage should be between one man and one woman. Show More Summary
“If Jeb Bush loses New Hampshire, they’ll get Mitt Romney back in the race.” — James Carville, quoted by the Washington Post.
Drudge trumpets James Carville comments in banner headline suggesting Bush's troubles could coax Mitt back
Well now! They may have been mocked at the time, but the views Mitt Romney articulated on the campaign trail in 2012 about foreign affairs are now considered not just clear-sighted but clairvoyant. He said that the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq was a mistake; that Vladimir Putin was a major threat; and that radical Islam was on the ascent. Show More Summary
PERSONNEL IS POLICY: Meet Jeb Bush’s National Security Adviser. “They may have been mocked at the time, but the views Mitt Romney articulated on the campaign trail in 2012 about foreign affairs are now considered not just clear-sighted but clairvoyant. He said that the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq was a mistake; that Vladimir Putin was […]
This story was cross-posted with the Guardian. Ted Cruz is raising money for his presidential campaign at a significantly faster rate than Mitt Romney did four years ago, eclipsing the early total raised by the former Massachusetts governor who went on to win the Republican nomination in 2012. The conservative Texas senator, who is seeking to unite…
In 2012, Democrats used the "out-of-touch plutocrat" template to defeat Mitt Romney. Three years later, Republicans want to borrow it against Hillary Clinton.
Have fun with that. It looks like Republicans have decided what their main line of attack against candidate Hillary Clinton will be: She's too much like Mitt Romney. She's a rich person, and you can't trust rich people. “She’s admitted...Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) gave a speech Monday that Mitt Romney never could have. He talked about his father, an immigrant bartender, and he echoed the fears and aspirations of poor and middle-class workers across America. "My father stood behind a small portable bar in the back of a room for all those years, so that […]
Former Democratic Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is joining the Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital founded by his predecessor, Republican Mitt Romney, the Boston Globe reported on Tuesday. Patrick said last year when he decided not to run for a third term in office that he planned...
THEY TOLD ME IF I VOTED FOR MITT ROMNEY, WE’D SEE RACISM ACROSS ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT. AND THEY WERE RIGHT! Kentucky judge criticized for telling parents they fostered racist behavior in daughter. ” A Kentucky judge blamed two parents for their young girl’s ‘constant fear of black men’ after an armed robbery she witnessed, […]
From the April 13 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show: Previously: Right-Wing Media Lash Out In Response To Hillary Clinton's Campaign For Presidency Mitt Romney And Hillary Clinton Are The Same Age -- Will Campaign Coverage Reflect That Fact? Fox Host Wonders If Being A Grandmother Will Hurt Hillary Clinton Politically
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, who will announce his candidacy for president later today, has already made it clear that his ambitious tax-reform proposal will be a centerpiece of his 2016 campaign. How ambitious, you ask? Well,...
Outgoing senatorHarry Reid recently said he has no regrets about his attacks on Mitt Romney over his tax returns, and Romney reacted on Fox News Sunday yesterday.
The latest attack on Hillary Clinton comes from Mitt Romney, who says "Hillary Clinton is just not trustworthy." "You've seen in polls and in discussions across the country a feeling that Hillary Clinton is just not trustworthy," Romney said April 12, 2015. "This whole story about her having erased all...
Shouldn’t the guy who the public didn’t think should be president stop attacking the new candidate? …former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the party’s 2012 nominee, couldn’t resist taking a shot at Clinton on Sunday. “Hillary Clinton is just not trustworthy,” he said on “Fox News Sunday.” ”She’s a creature of Washington.” Now read this:Romney Unaware [...]
“People want to see change and Hillary Clinton is not that person. She’s a creature of Washington.” — Mitt Romney, quoted by The Hill.