Dr. Ben Carson said that outside of the very poor, the 47 percent just had to be willing to work to elevate themselves.
Mitt Romney is rebranding himself again, this time as a poverty fighter...
O'Donnell: Nothing Demonstrates Abject Weakness Of 2016 GOP Field Like Romney As Their New Frontrunner
Lawrence O'Donnell thinks we have a new Republican frontrunner for the 2016 presidential campaign.
MSNBC, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell.
Bob Beauprez is running on a proclamation of unity between conservatives and liberals. However, recently released video says something otherwise.
In a preview of his anti-poverty proposals, Paul Ryan blamed the plight of poor people on blacks in inner cities.
As Steve Benen did such a wonderful job of explaining in his post this Monday, Republicans continually claim to be the anti-tax party, but that label should come with an asterisk, because they really don't mind raising taxes on the poor. Those moochers had better get "some skin in the game" or else.
Scott Prouty, the man behind the infamous "47 percent" video of Mitt Romney's remarks at a Florida fundraiser, has been in talks to work for the United Steelworkers union in a role that's yet to be determined.
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.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is calling on Republicans to court "the 47 percent who are dependant on government," a false statistic that may have been one of the reasons former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney lost the 2012 election.
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