Guest post, Marinka Peschmann While the mainstream press and politico elites like Mitt Romney and MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, dilly dally and debate the relevancy of revisiting Hillary’s unelected co-president role during the Clinton White House era, the National Enquirer goes … Continue reading ?
During his speech to the CPAC crowd on Thursday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) facetiously recalled "Presidents" Bob Dole, John McCain and Mitt Romney to make a point about how Republicans need to "stand for principle" in order to win big elections. Today, Sen. McCain fired back at Cruz during an appearance on MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was asked whether President Barack Obama regretted being "dismissive" about Mitt Romney's contention Russia was America's "number one geo-political foe" at a press conference Thursday. Carney replied...Show More Summary
It's weird, I listened to Family Research Council on all sorts of cable news shows, talking about Arizona on each one, and never once did I hear them talking about "natural order and eternal law" or praying against "dark deception."...
More Americans say they would consider voting for Chris Christie in 2016 than Mitt Romney I'm not sure that this really counts as good news, but for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie it must feel like it, at least relatively speaking: In...Show More Summary
The old joke goes: So what do you think? Answer: What do you want me to think? That was a bit of Mitt Romney’s problem in 2012 and now it is Hillary Clinton’s. First, according to the former secretary of state, Vladimir Putin was akin to Hitler. After that kicked up some dust, she declared, […]
Mitt Romney may have lost the 2012 election, but a decent chunk of Republicans are willing to give the former Massachusetts governor a second look. Thirty-four percent of Republicans say they could definitely back Romney in the 2016 GOP primary, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, the highest number recorded for any Republican. Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) - At the Republican National Convention in 2012, Mitt Romney's campaign featured a series of touching, biographical videos that showed a more personal side to the former Massachusetts governor. But it was too late. By that point, just a little more than two months before Election Day, Democrats had spent millions trying to […]
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, NBC has been the only Big Three broadcast network to look back to President Obama ridiculing Mitt Romney for calling Russia a U.S. "geopolitical foe" in 2012. On Wednesday's NBC Today, White House...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney is backing Iowa state Sen. Joni Ernst, who is running for the U.S. Senate..
When Mitt Romney stood before a dining room full of well-heeled Republican donors and casually slagged off half the American population as incurable parasites, he unwittingly triggered a wave of public concern among Republicans about the plight of America's poor. Show More Summary
Embracing this guy's auto bankruptcy plan doesn't seem like the path to victory in Michigan. Michigan voters are about to hear quite a bit about Republican Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land's position on the 2009 auto rescue. And it doesn't seem like a position that will go over very well in Michigan: [Rep. Show More Summary
by Alex Balk "Most of our second- (or third-) generation success stories refuse to allow themselves to believe that they haven’t earned everything they’ve got — even Mitt Romney indulges in the fantasy of being a self-made man. In fact, Bellow’s formulation seems precisely backward: The age of the Brahmins was also the age of noblesse oblige. Show More Summary
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham appeared on Fox & Friends on Tuesday morning, where she took a shot at Secretary of State John Kerry over his mockery of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who assessed Russia to be America’s “number one geopolitical foe” in 2012. Ingraham said Kerry’s ridicule made him look “naïve” and “immature.”
Chris Matthews is known for his verbal gaffes, but his political prognosticating doesn’t age well either. As Right Scoop noted, the Hardball anchor eagerly mocked Mitt Romney in 2012 for suggesting that Russia is one of the “world’sShow More Summary
Vladimir Putin is laughing, along with the rest of America’s rivals. But if they didn’t have to watch their country reduced to the helpless spectator status of a second-rate nation, Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney would also be enjoyingShow More Summary
(Steven Hayward) John noted before how the Obama campaign attacked Mitt Romney in 2012 for saying Russia was our most important adversary, but it’s also work taking in Obama mocking Romney in their third debate, saying that “the 1980s want their foreign policy back.” That’s actually starting to sound pretty good. Show More Summary
Was Mitt Romney right about Russia after all? In 2012, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and businessman, was on the receiving end of Big Media ridicule for deeming Russia the primary geo-political foe for America. Show More Summary
You remember Mitt Romney's "binders full of women."Now, from today's Maureen Dowd column:The new cache of Clinton papers is benign... There are reams of advice on how to steer health care, which must have filled the briefing binders Hillary famously carried. Show More Summary