Number 1 for one whole week in the summer of 1971.
Poor Willard. No one seems to care for him except for Ann, and maybe the kids? No previous presidential candidate has been viewed more unfavorably than favorably at this point in a presidential campaign in Pew Research or Gallup September
On Thursday, Willard got very testy with an Occupy protestor who dared to ask him what he was going to do for the 99 percent. Check out this response. Let me tell you something. America is a great nation, because we’re a united nation. And
Willard's new ad, which he's started running in South Carolina, is a counterpunch on all the Bain attacks he's taken from his rivals -- and it's very likely to be effective. Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich have been the hardest on Romney over
In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday morning, Willard once again rewrote history on his position about the government's rescue of the auto industry. He's been playing this little game for months. Let's be clear. Willard opposed the bailout,
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) The Willard campaign and various right-wingers are annoyed that, during the Republican debate Saturday night, the candidates were asked whether they think states should be able to ban contraception. In particular,
Wednesday in New Hampshire, John McCain endorsed Willard at a town hall event. After the love fest, they opened it up to questions -- which was a big mistake. The fist question was by an Occupier, and he really let Willard have it. “It
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney--the perfect dynamic duo for our times, if not end times. A Batman and Robin for the 1 percent. Defenders of truth, justice, and a Gulag Archipelago filled with child janitors and the fandango of the foreclosed. If