Mitt Romney Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Joy divisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Economist

    ... win some centrist and independent votes, rather than following the pivot strategy attempted by such figures as Mitt Romney. To win the 2012 presidential nomination Mr Romney declared himself "severely conservative" and called for laws so tough that ...

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  2. Jeb Bush Move Likely to Speed 2016 Race Pace, Pressure Chris ChristieRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Wall Street Journal

    ... and the top donors and asking them to keep their powder dry," said Kevin Madden, a former senior adviser to Mitt Romney . "You're telling them you're going through the course of considerations and asking them not to jump in yet, and you're telling ...

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  3. If He Really Runs, Jeb Bush Could Win the GOP NominationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | National Journal

    In a Facebook post Tuesday morning, Jeb Bush announced that he's "decided to actively explore the possibility of running" for president. And the latest polls show he's in early position to win the Republican nomination-as long as Mitt Romney doesn't join the race.

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  4. Mitchell: What Jeb Bush's pre-announcement means for Rick Perry and other GOP hopefulsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dallas Morning News

    ... to run from the party's political middle and, more to the point, controls fund-raising. It even puts a guy like Mitt Romney on hold and might take even the steam out of a Rand Paul, Marco Rubio,Chris Christie or Rick Perry. As for Ted Cruz, who ...

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  5. Jeb Bush Leads 2016 GOP Field ??? But Not By MuchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    ... who are registered to vote support Bush for the GOP presidential nomination. In a matchup assuming that Mitt Romney doesn't run, that puts Bush numerically first, but not by a meaningful margin. Paul Ryan has 11 percent support, Rand Paul 10 ...

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  6. Here is a primer to people other than Jeb Bush who are running for president in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    Aboard the campaign plane, Republican nominee for President Governor Mitt Romney campaigns around Florida with Governor Jeb Bush, left, Senator Marco Rubio, right, and Congressman Connie Mack, left back of head, in Coral Gables, Florida, Wednesday, October, 31, 2012. This seemed very exciting for political types who are still suffering from the lack of imminent electoral coverage.

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  7. Obama Already Destroyed Jeb's CandidacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Real Clear Politics

    Because the right never trusted him, Mitt Romney spent the entire 2012 presidential primary burnishing his conservative credentials, and spent much of the general election on unsure footing, never confident that the Republican base would be comfortable with his gestures to the broader electorate. If the next Republican nominee is going to find balance, it won't be as an establishment guy putting on a Goldwater impression.

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  8. Six Reasons Conservatives Oppose JebRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Breitbart.com

    On Tuesday, former Florida governor Jeb Bush announced via Facebook that he would "actively explore" a presidential run - in other words, Bush announced that he would be entering the 2016 primary sweepstakes. His early jump effectively bars the candidacies of 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney as well as Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

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  9. Taliban slaughter children, proving Mitt Romney right once againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner.com

    ... while they forced captive students to watch. As the National Review noted, the atrocity proved, once again, that Mitt Romney was right when he opposed negotiations with the Taliban in 2012. The terrorist atrocity elicited universal condemnation, ...

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  10. Jeb Bush Running for PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Outside the Beltway

    ... will go. There's no obvious frontrunner in the GOP field this year. It's not anybody's "turn" this go-round. Mitt Romney ran away with the nomination in 2012; only Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich had any significant wins but both were marginal ...

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  11. "Another Bush versus another Clinton? Political vomit."Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bloomberg

    ... for a trustworthy, established Republican to run, and who had become so desperate that they were badgering Mitt Romney again. A little more than a week ago, in a profile of his For America organization, Bozell told National Journal's Shane ...

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  12. Bush's Foundation Offers Preview of Big Donors to Tap for 2016 BidRead the original story

    Tuesday | Bloomberg

    ... Republicans to the Senate. And Robertson was a key part of a super-PAC dedicated to 2012 Republican contender Mitt Romney, providing it more than $2 million. Amway co-founder Richard DeVos, another billionaire, has been one of the top Republican ...

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  13. It's go time: Jeb's shock announcement will spur 2016 fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Washington Examiner

    ... flirtation. He needed to send a strong message to his family network that he was in for real. Plus, 2012 nominee Mitt Romney has been sniffing around the same big-dollar donors Bush will need. The announcement today from the second son of the 41st ...

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  14. Romney, Bush top 2016 pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Hill

    A new poll shows former Gov. Jeb Bush nearing the top of his party's wish list for 2016 on the day he took his most direct step yet toward a bid for president. Bush's support hinges, in part, on whether former GOP nominee Mitt Romney decides to make a third run for the White House.

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  15. Ross Levitt To CNN's Lead National Security Team In WashingtonRead the original story

    Tuesday | FishBowl

    ... produced key interviews for CNN including the recent live interview at the UN with John Kerry , Dick Cheney and Mitt Romney . Outside of national security, he's covered plane crashes, hurricanes, earthquakes and tornados. Ross joins us January 5th. ...

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  16. No News Is Bad News: Tesla Slips Below $200Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Barron's

    ... I think Tesla going from 2012 where many thought they'd not last another year without running out of money, Mitt Romney calling them a "loser", and Tesla themselves saying they only expected 30K total sales per year of the Model S and X to: their ...

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  17. Jeb Bush is the first major candidate to make a 2016 move. I am stunned.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Washington Post

    ... him vulnerable to the same "rich guy who doesn't care about regular people" attacks that felled 2012 nominee Mitt Romney. Romney himself is apparently concerned about how Bush's finances could hamstring his candidacy, according to reporting by ...

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  18. China not to blame for job losses in US: CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | China Daily

    ... on Commerce and Trade to be held in Chicago this week. US politicians, such as former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in his presidential campaign two years ago, have also blamed China for the loss of American jobs to woo working class votes. ...

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  19. The Right's Jeb Bush-Hillary Clinton Double StandardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Media Matters for America

    ... understand why the "out of touch" label resonated with voters in 2012. It wasn't former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's wealth, or that he did well financially during his time at Bain Capital. Rather it was the GOP presidential nominee's comments ...

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  20. Working with the politics of discontentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Star Tribune

    ... you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs." This is the Democratic equivalent of Mitt Romney trying to sound "severely conservative." The maneuver is not just awkward; it is the reduction of politics to a game of pretend. ...

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