I don't know why...wasn't the damn campaign enough?
These are the actions of either a man who is desperate because he knows he's going to lose, or is so certain they can rig the votes on his behalf that he can say whatever demented thing that pops into his head: Mitt Romney suggested Saturday in
I think this is the first time in seven years I absolutely refused to find an accompanying video for a post. Sorry, but no. Nevertheless, this endorsement has to make Mittens just a little uncomfortable: It wasn't exactly “What’s good for
Is what's sauce for the goose also sauce for the gander? In RomneyWorld, not so much: Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney's "Every Town Counts" bus tour made a slight detour from its planned route through eastern Pennsylvania after over
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) Stop me if you heard this one before: A rising Republican star cultivates a reputation as a hardline immigration opponent, and sets his sights on jumping from Pinal County Sheriff to the US House of Representatives.
Around 10 p.m. on Tuesday night, Mitt Romney's (independent) Super PAC released its six month campaign finance data, just a few hours after his big win in the Florida primary. This is what the campaign to Restore Our Future looks like (all info
Mitt Romney’s hurdle in winning the love/respect/admiration/fear of his party can be summed up in one photo: It was taken by his son, Tagg (doesn’t Sarah Palin have a kid with that name?) and put on Twitter this week. It’s of Romney and his
Photos by Craig Hudson. A big thanks to Karoli for making them into a video. Charleston, South Carolina is filled with beautiful people. When strangers walk past each other on the sidewalk they say hello. Men hold doors for women. At a