Netflix is releasing its documentary about Mitt Romney from family friend and documentarian Greg Whitely on January 24th. It follows Romney all the way from Christmas 2006 to his loss to Barack Obama. That may be a bit more Mitt (and Ann) that most of us can stomach, but the trailer at least looks surprisingly good. Apparently Mitt Romney really did think he was going to win on election night. Bizarre and surreal.
Mittbot. That's what dismissive opponents of Mitt Romney called the Republican presidential candidate as he toured the country in 2012. From afar, Romney was viewed as a polished statesman — but up close, the man rarely lived up to his carefully crafted persona. He could be stiff and awkward in person.
If Romney had released a video like this, perhaps things would've turned out differently.
In 138 seconds, Whiteley's trailer somehow manages to make Romney more of a real person than all the stumping he did.
They just can't stop themselves from completely disrespecting this President, can they? Here's Queen Ann on Fox News in an interview which will air in full Wednesday, calling the President of the United States a child because his campaign has dared to call out her husband for lying his ass off during the debate last week. Way to keep it classy. Read more...
Ann Coulter visited Fox & Friends this morning to offer her special brand of insight into the presidential debate last night. But Coulter never seems to pass up an opportunity for an inflammatory, attention-getting sound bite, no matter how childish Read more...
Cry me a freaking river.
On a mission to shatter the image of her husband as rigid and unrelatable, Ann Romney told CBS News she worries that President Obama's entire campaign strategy is "kill Romney."
"I feel like all he's doing is saying, Read more...