Mitt Romney has spent years undermining his own credibility with female voters and there's no reason, particularly after Monday night's showing, to trust him now.
Romney claims he had a bipartisan record as Governor, but history tells another story. He issued 800 vetoes, most of which were overturned.
Mitt Romney attacked Obama over jobs Friday in Abingdon, Virginia, but coal jobs are at the highest level in 15 years and unemployment is at its lowest level since 2009.
The DNC is mocking Mitt Romney's latest ad in which he pretends to care about the poor. Romney's new strategy is to sound like Obama, without being Obama.
Does Romney's choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate signal his campaign is tacking to the right again, or is Ryan tacking left? It seems the first casualty will be Ryan's near-universally reviled budget plan, but can Mitt really defang Ryan and get him ready for primetime?