I don't know why...wasn't the damn campaign enough?
As Susie already noted here, Ed Schultz got the scoop and interviewed for the first time, the man who filmed Mitt Romney's now infamous "47 percent" video, Scott Prouty and for anyone who did not catch it this Wednesday evening, I really recommend watching the entire hour he spent talking to Schultz.
Every Friday until the end of the year, we're counting down the stupidest right-wing tweets of 2012. Next Friday, we'll post all the contenders so you can vote on the stupidest. So far, we've heard from Nooners, Eric Cantor and John Hawkins. And
David Brooks Sees GOP Renaissance In Marco Rubio's Bland Acknowledgement That Working People Are Human Beings
Earlier this week, Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan were both feted at the Jack Kemp Foundation, and at the banquet, both attempted to distance themselves from the Republican Party's favorite talking point of 2012 -- that the problem with this America is
Even while Paul Ryan and Marco Rubio attempt to distance themselves from the 47%/Makers-Takers stuff right-wingers really believe but forgot not to say out loud, the reliably stupid John Hawkins tweets this beauty. The funny part, of course,
Remember all those right-wingers who sprang to Romney's defense after his "47%" video was leaked? He just threw them under the bus. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is disavowing his controversial remarks dismissing “the 47
Last month, Fox News was trying to pretend they weren't even aware of the leaked tapes of Mitt Romney talking about his disdain for the 47 percent when they aired his late night press conference where he was desperately attempting some damage
I hate to break it to Paul Ryan, but Mitt Romney's comments to that audience where he didn't know he was being recorded and made his now infamous 47 percent remarks were not a "misstep" or merely "inarticulate." They were Mitt Romney saying what he
Lawrence O'Donnell skewered Mitt Romney for his time writing love letters in the sand to Ann on the beach in France during the Vietnam war, and for being one of the few people out there to actually protest in favor of that war, while simultaneously
I can't wait to see the right-wing ragegasm about this. "I think throughout this campaign as well, we talked about my record in Massachusetts, don't forget -- I got everybody in my state insured," Romney told NBC's Ron Allen in an interview
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