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... gets a solid progressive majority to work with for his second term. But that statement came from the mouth of Mitt Romney, who all but clinched the Republican presidential nomination last month, and it is a lie like just about everything else that ... Comment?
Do you remember Mitt Romney's election-year promise to create 12 million jobs during his first term? It came in for a fair amount of criticism, not because it was too ambitious-and thus unattainable-but because it was banal. Comment?
... It's not surprising that Graves would want to distance himself from Obama, considering the district gave Mitt Romney 56 percent of the vote compared to just 41 percent for Obama in 2012. It leans strongly Republican, with a Cook Partisan Voting ... Comment?
... motives. Now, regarding Obama's second-term agenda. His re-election theme -- re-elect me because I am not Mitt Romney -- yielded a meager mandate, and he used tactics that are now draining the legitimacy an election is supposed to confer. One tactic ... Comment?
... to the Republican nomination three years from now. A repeat of the 70/30 split that Barrack Obama enjoyed over Mitt Romney in the last election is not something that the GOP wants to see repeated. The winner in today's race for LA mayor will secure ... Comment?
... which have experienced significant population growth from young, conservative families. GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney won the 6th District's vote 56 percent to 41 percent. The candidate's team : Aaron Wells (campaign manager), Julie Pearl ... Comment?
... an Idaho businessman named Frank VanderSloot, who'd donated more than a million dollars to groups supporting Mitt Romney. He found himself last June, for the first time in 30 years, the target of IRS auditors. His wife and his business were also ... Comment?
Was the letter writer saying Obama had been wrong to say that? Does he oppose Obama calling for possible criminal charges as reported by NBC News, and if so, why? If Mitt Romney was president, and the IRS was targeting liberal groups, would the writer feel the same? My guess is no. Comment?
... rating basically holding steady, at 51 percent. It may be that congressional Republicans learn the same lesson Mitt Romney did, that a little economic boost makes everything about the incumbent less sticky. Yet the results are also likely to be read ... Comment?
... the chorus of derision that greeted early reports of political corruption inside the IRS. Last September, when Mitt Romney raised questions about Benghazi, the mainstream media accused the Republican presidential challenger of 'politicizing' the ... Comment?
... Ohio commented on my original article and said: "my teachers always talked badly about our governor and Mitt Romney." A former student from Pennsylvania also commented saying: "I attended college while serving my country in uniform and while ... Comment?
... in nascent alternative-energy industries. A123 was used as an example by 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to attack President Barack Obama on what he called the administration's failed investments in so-called green technology. ... Comment?
... Axelrod has a point: government is too big. Rep. Paul Ryan was on a Sunday show yesterday saying that he and Mitt Romney were running against President Obama's rhetoric of big government. But now, barely into the president's second term, we are ... Comment?
... s IRS got caught in criminal activity, again. The IRS has been used by Obama before to attack the Koch Brothers, Mitt Romney, Mitt's supporters and others. This most certainly is NOT an isolated More.. Comment?
There is no way of knowing whether Mitt Romney actually did or didn't watch the inauguration on TV while in his home in La Jolla, or whether he sent congratulations to President Obama, but according to the little bit of information his aides have released, the odds are that he didn't. A former Romney aide said Romney was on the West Coast and it ... (more) Comment?
... that many people were hoping for more, and no doubt some voted for his re-election because they didn't want Mitt Romney as King - a severe 'flip-flopper' who seems to announce his policies out of a whim or for political convenience, often with few ... Comment?
... George W. Bush in 2000 (271) and 2004 (286). Obama also won a clear majority of the popular vote over Republican Mitt Romney, which has the added benefit of voiding conservatives' arguments about the lack of an electoral mandate. But now the hard ... Comment?
... House were there for all to see. Obama won 55 percent of the 30-39 vote, and 60 percent of the 18-30 vote. While Mitt Romney got 50 percent of the 40-49 vote, and 51 percent of the 40-64 vote, Obama was close behind at 48 and 47 percent, ... Comment?
... attempted assassination of 14-year-old Malala Yusufszai catalyzed huge demonstrations against the terrorists. Mitt Romney is sure to make much of the fact that the U.S. has taken no role - beyond fighting the Taliban at the cost of more than 2,000 ... Comment?
... On the stage at Hofstra University on Tuesday night, President Obama and Republican presidential candidate Gov. Mitt Romney spun fairy tales about "clean" coal and energy independence through more domestic drilling for oil and natural gas. The ... Comment?