Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Wednesday that he was proud of the health care law he implemented while governor of Massachusetts, which was used as a blueprint for President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Good on Mitt Romney for not backing down from the purity of his dickishness. What you get in that secret video released by Mother Jones wherein Romney speaks to a mansion full of rich cocks, cunts, and assholes back in May is undiluted, free and loose Mitt. He said, and he affirmed at his press conference yesterday, that 47% of people are government-dependent, clinging to Barack Obama for fear that Romney will deny them food.
Matt Taibbi says that Mitt Romney's recently leaked remarks about low-income Americans were "insane." "I think he really genuinely believes that the only reason that his particular message isn't resonating is that people want something for free and...
Facing criticism for characterizing 47 percent of voters as people who believe they are “victims,” Mitt Romney sought to steer the conversation toward a debate about government’s role in people’s lives.
During a Monday segment on the anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, Fox News anchor Steve Doocy took the opportunity to compare Occupy protests to recent protests against the United States in the Arab world.
DENVER - A Colorado pro-civil unions group targeting vulnerable Republicans began its efforts Tuesday with a lawmaker whose narrow victory two years ago gave the GOP control of the House and the fate of legislation for same-sex couples.
The Dark Energy Survey, an international scientific collaboration designed to study that mysterious phenomena thought to be causing the expansion of the universe, on Monday published the first images snapped by its 570-megapixel camera in the...
Now that Mitt-flop has pretty much put the nail in his political coffin, it’s time for the nation to turn to what’s been painfully obvious to many of us since the minute we heard Willard “Mitt” Romney was the Republican nominee for President: Barack Obama is going to win in November. But he’s going to face a second-term that looks much like the last two years –with a Republican-controlled House and an impotent Senate, barely controlled by the Democrats.