Weiner, Weiner, Weiner!
Scott Prouty told Ed Schultz how he happened to tape the infamous Romney speech about the 47%.
As predicted, many of the more obtuse Republicans (okay, Tea Partiers) believe their Election Day losses are due to having a candidate who just wasn't conservative enough. Some of them blame Karl Rove; others blame Republican leadership. They
Here's one for your Facebook page. It seems like Mitt Romney isn't the only Republican with Romnesia. Enjoy this collection of his current Republican boosted saying what they really think about the Mittster! Dear God, even Newt Gingrich is
Good for you, Mrs. Greenspan! Way to fact-check this Romney surrogate and his attempt to push the "apology tour" smear the Republican candidate is trying to sell. Via Raw Story: Former Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO), an adviser to Republican
Epic Guest Host Michael Shure talks to Dave Johnson from the Campaign for America’s Future about Sensata Technologies, a Bain Capital-owned Illinois auto parts factory that scheduled to shut down at the end of the year when its work is
Lois Romano, Politico: “The sense of the room is that Obama knocked it out of the park.” A run down on what people are saying about Tuesday night's debate: Mark Halperin: “I don’t think anyone can say Governor Romney won this
It's kind of hard to explain what's in Mitt's tax plan, but he did drop some hints about what wanted to do in last night's presidential debate -- in between incredibly dishonest but plausible-sounding statements about everything else: He
Jon Huntsman, the former U.S. ambassador to China who was the closest thing the Republican party had to a credible presidential candidate (so naturally they rejected him), appeared on Morning Joe to criticize Mitt Romney's reaction to the latest
This was truly one of the most bizarre things I've ever seen on live television, and it just got worse as it went on. No one will be talking about Mittens' speech -- they'll be talking about this one, in which Clint Eastwood veered from left, to
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