Today, the real blow for Romney comes from Massachusetts, where he was Governor. The Boston Globe has endorsed President Obama.
Romney said Bain is 'a profession that has yet to attract many women and minorities' but at the time, almost 30% of Harvard Business School were women.
Romney never asked for those binders full of women. So, not only was his comment strikingly offensive in its insensitivity, but it wasn't even true.
Mitt Romney is a pathological liar, a hypocrite, and deceitful in words and deeds, it is about time his possible mental illness, Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASP), is discussed.
Romney claims he had a bipartisan record as Governor, but history tells another story. He issued 800 vetoes, most of which were overturned.
Sen. Scott Brown's personal attacks are getting him nowhere against Elizabeth Warren, as the Democrat continues to lead the Massachusetts Senate race 50%-45%.
Mitt Romney said Scott Brown was sent to DC to stop ObamaCare, calling out Brown as a Republican obstructionist sent to DC to do the Republicans' bidding
Americans have had an opportunity to become familiar with Willard and Ann Romney over the past couple of months, and they have revealed themselves to be arrogant contemptible elitists.
If Romney loses Michigan or Massachusetts and wins the White House, he will be the first candidate since 1916 to lose his home state and win the presidency. He's not only losing his two home states, but Ryan's as well.
Deval Patrick issued a fiery call to Democrats to rally around Obama, implying that Romney is more interested in having the job than doing it
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?
Romney and Walker each pushed austerity politics only to end up with abysmal job records, yet polls say gullible voters keep supporting them.
There was a time when union members voted in their own economic self-interest. Unfortunately, this seems to be changing in Massachusetts where Scott Brown leads Elizabeth Warren with union members.
A new WMUR poll of Massachusetts finds Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren holding a narrow lead over Republican Senator Scott Brown, 46%-43%.
The WMUR poll shows the race between Warren and Brown to be as close as close can be. Not only is Warren’s three point lead within the poll’s margin of error, but both candidates hold positive favorable ratings. Sen. Brown’s has a favorable/unfavorable split of 50%/29%. The lesser known Elizabeth Warren has a favorable/unfavorable split of 39%-29%, with 15% undecided and 14% never heard of her. Scott Brown’s highest favorability ratings by demographic are with voters age 30-44 (59%), and women age 18-49, (53%). Elizabeth Warren’s best favorable numbers by demographic are with voters age 60+ (51%), and women age 60 and over (50%).
Right wingers are always complaining about how that mean liberal Jon Stewart is always picking on them and their network Fox News, well on Monday night's The Daily Show, Stewart unloaded on the gaffe riddled campaign of Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley. Check out the video.
Reaction is still coming in from all over the political world to the news that Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) lost his battle with brain cancer and passed away last night. Former Presidents Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Jimmy Carter have all released statements remembering Kennedy.
Not only did Goldman Sachs take $10 billion in TARP money and pay out $6.5 billion in bonuses, but
A new Gallup analysis of their 2008 polling data has found that not only has the electoral map sh
A note in an AP story Rahm Emanuel being offered the chief of staff job caught my attention. According to some Democrats, John Kerry would like to be Secretary of State, but the freshly shaven Bill Richardson would also like the job, and let's not forget the role of Joe Biden.
I got home a little late tonight and got in just as Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard, is speaking. I'll leave her "comments" alone as I didn't see all of it. I'll start tonight's "running diary" of the GOP convention with the first speaker I had the opportunity to fully observe.
8:08pm---Mitt Romney's on stage. Wait, what? Romney's on stage? Who decided to let him out of the Christian fundamentalist doghouse?