One of my favorite factoids from the 2012 presidential race emerged when Mitt Romney released his 2011 tax return. There may not have been much scandalous contained therein, but Romney’s sources of income were so varied and intricate that the return ran to a mind-boggling 379 pages. And it’s starting to appear that Jeb Bush […]
Republican looks to avoid Mitt Romney's fate
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, said recently that though the party was overhauling its primary process, it was not solely responsible for Mitt Romney's 2012 general election loss.
The quarterfinals of the 2016 race for the White House now pit Jeb Bush against Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Rick Perry and John Kasich for the establishment wing of the
Tim Pawlenty, Newt Gingrich, and Mitt Romney all created standards in their presidential runs with the implication that by re-electing Barack Obama in 2012, the nation's economy would never meet them, as Steve Benen writes for Maddowblog. Show More Summary
Steve Benen evaluates recent economic news by the standards of Republican promises from two years ago: The Romney Standard: Mitt Romney said during the 2012 campaign that if Americans elect him, he’d get the unemployment rate down to 6% by 2016. Show More Summary
Romneyland is abuzz over the new super PAC—and not in a good way. Why a 26-year-old with no ties to the 2012 GOP nominee and no campaign experience has them worried.
Democrats have a plan to attack Jeb Bush as essentially another Mitt Romney, Politico reported on Saturday. The plan calls for Democrats to go after Jeb Bush as an out of touch candidate of the top one percent who is more conservative than represented by his campaign. Show More Summary
Singing way better than Mariah Carey, Hillary wants to give her best wishes and let you know that she's running for President. With the announcement of Jeb Bush, the timing couldn't be better. Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz and Jeb, you're all going down. Elizabeth Warren too! Hope you enjoy this video and remember to like, comment & share it!
Maria Dryfhout / Shutterstock.com Mitt Romney's religion won't let him watch R-rated movies, but he still wants Sony to release The Interview. America has spoken, and we all agree that Sony's cowardice has embarrassed the nation. I can't find a single person arguing that Sony did the right thing by canceling The Interview. Show More Summary
We already know what Mitt Romney thinks Sony should do about The Interview (release it online for free). What do other people think? Pundits are weighing in: At the Verge, Bryan Bishop is with Romney, mostly. He wants to see it put online, stat. "Take the threat of attacking theaters...
Despite pleas from former GOP 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney and many other high profile personalities to embattled Sony Pictures to release its controversial movie "The Interview" in the face of threats from hackers Wednesday, the company caved anyway hours after U.S. investigators determined that North Korea was behind their recent cyber attack.
"[D]on't cave, fight."
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