If anyone had any doubt that the Republican Fox primary has finally settled on a candidate, look no further than this segment where Sean Hannity goes after Texas Gov. Rick Perry for his attacks on frontrunner Mitt Romney and him daring to call
As Al Sharpton rightfully noted in the segment above, this article from The New York Times isn't going to do much for Mitt Romney trying to paint himself as some ordinary "man of the people", not that he seems to be having much luck in that area as
Because nothing says "uniter" like running a vulture fund like Bain Capital. Mitt Romney was asked if he might be vulnerable to being painted as the Gordon Gekko character from the movie Wall Street who famously uttered the words "greed is good"
Mitt Romney Touts Privatizing Unemployment Benefits Along With Reduction In Spending On Anti-Poverty Programs
Mitt Romney stood up for those poor downtrodden corporate "people" that those evil liberals who crashed his event in Iowa this Thursday were asking to have their taxes raised on, but if you're one of the long-term unemployed, well, it appears you're on your own.
Stephen Colbert ripped presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a way that we can only hope we'll ever see anyone in the so-called "mainstream media" do with their constant lies about how he was somehow a "job creator" during his time at Bain