Tag: Mitt Romney
Would a President Mitt Romney be primed for military action in Iran?
In the aftermath of Sandy, it’s time to reevaluate what it means to be dependent on government.
How hope and fear have defined America’s last two presidential campaigns.
Is a $4000 airline ticket a vision of Romney’s America?
Dear progressives: You may think there’s not a huge difference between Obama and Romney. But there is, and you should still vote.
Mitt Romney’s election campaign is rife with questions, and wholly uncertain answers.
Why it’s decidedly ironic that the New York Times ran a story about Romney being a man of details.
Where does the rage in the Republican Party come from?
President Obama’s performance in Tuesday’s debate was a significant improvement.
A guide to the presidential debates you won’t be hearing.
For one, Americans are finally beginning to see how radical the GOP is becoming.
Forget Mitt Romney, can the president make it to November 7?
The election’s not over yet, and rumors of Romney’s demise are premature.
What Mitt Romney’s 47-percent comment means.
Unemployment, immigration, women’s rights—the list of Romney-Ryan’s failings goes on and on.
How are patently false statements permissible in political ads?
Hurricane Isaac may end up reminding voters of the legacy of George W. Bush.
Every campaign is guilty of exaggerations, but Romney’s lies are another thing altogether.
Introducing the so-called bold, marvelous, and much-needed Ryan-Romney economic plan.
Romney’s alleged 13% tax rate violates the core principles of tax fairness and equal sacrifice.
Mitt Romney has charged that the Affordable Care Act will make massive cuts in Medicare. Is he right?
By selecting Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney has provided a stark contrast for voters.
Don’t harass me on my email, don’t stalk me on the apps that I use, says Crystal Harris after receiving a pop-up message asking her to share her email with the Romney campaign.
Facing the worst economy in at least a generation, both presidential candidates are hamstrung by the machines that would elect them
America’s multimillionaires are buying the 2012 election—and with it, American democracy, taking us back to the Gilded Age.
The Romney campaign is getting very close to Donald Trump, but why?
Are the recent controversies surrounding JPMorgan Chase and Bain Capital isolated incidents, or symptomatic of a single, larger problem?
Mitt Romney has spoken highly of the Clinton administration. Is it pandering, or could he really mean it?
Mitt Romney needs to learn that we’re no longer in an Etch-a-Sketch world.