Conservatives are trying the “ostrich head in the sand” technique after the new revelations of a Republican Indiana Senate candidate saying that women getting pregnant during rape was a “gift from god” and it was “something god intended to happen”; we wrote about Richard Mourdock’s statements HERE. Big deal right? This is going to be on all the news channels right? And it was – except for Fox News. On Fox – they spent 2 minutes and 12 seconds covering those comments. Fair and balanced.
Romney Campaign: Out-of-Touch on the Economy We already know that Mitt Romney thinks almost half of Americans are lazy moochers with a victim mentality and that he is “not concerned about the very poor.” And that his running mate Paul Ryan also dismissed...
RadarOnline broke the news yesterday that attention-happy attorney Gloria Allred was on her way to Boston for a court hearing aimed at unsealing sworn testimony given by Romney that could potentially harm his campaign.
When it comes to pressing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney on his tax returns, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is not going anywhere. The Las Vegas Sun reports that Reid spoke in Carson City, Nev.
According to various sources Tagg Romney is mailing checks in the amount of $200 to all registered Republican and Independent voters in each of the swing states, with most of his focus on Ohio and Florida.
Scytl, a Barcelona based e-voting company, will be counting votes in 26 states and the unique ability of this company to intercept and change ballots could lead to a political disaster worse than that of 2000.
You can defend President Obama's jobs record - recovery from a severe financial crisis is always difficult, and especially so when the opposition party does its best to block every policy initiative you propose.
He made it clear that he was very disappointed in President Obama for restoring positive relations with many, if not all allies around the world calling the president's initial trip when he met with world dignitaries an "Apology Tour."...
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