Mitt Romney learns the hard way that birtherism doesn't pay in this amazing 15 second destruction put out by the Obama campaign.
President Obama launched his 2012 reelection campaign in Ohio, not only fired up with a positive vision for the future, but also firing away on Mitt Romney and the Republican Party.
A major freak out is occurring on the right as a new poll released by a Republican polling company has found that 20% of Republicans are more likely to vote for Obama.
After a bruising three years, and an achingly slow vindication of policy, President Obama's reelection team needs to display some real swagger.
A new Fox News poll delivered some surprising news, as 52% of those surveyed believed that President Obama will win reelection in 2012.
On CNN today Obama reelection strategist David Axelrod spread more Bain pain for Mitt Romney by pointing out that the GOP frontrunner made millions by bankrupting a dozen companies.
According to the latest CNN/Opinion Research poll, President Obama's latest string of legislative victories including the ratification of the START treaty and repeal of DADT have resulted in people coming back to the President. The number of Americans who want the Democrats to renominate Obama is at its highest level of the year, while the number of Americans who want someone else has dropped.
As we approach Election Day 2010, a new Pew Research Center/National Journal poll finds that Republican gains in 2010 will have little bearing on the fate of Barack Obama's reelection campaign in 2012. The poll found that voters are more enthusiastic about reelecting Obama than they were at the same point in Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton's presidencies.
Republicans and Fox News have been fantasizing about the prospects of Sec. of State Hillary Clinton challenging President Barack Obama for the 2012 Democratic presidential nomination, but a poll released by Gallup today should shatter that fantasy as an Obama versus Clinton rematch heavily favors Obama, 52%-37%.