One candidate at least has a track record and, based on that alone, he has earned the chance to finish the job he started.
Articles by: Peter Fegan
Unfortunately for Republicans, 2012 doesn’t even remotely compare to 1980.
We were one big happy family back then. Of course there was only one problem with that narrative. It simply wasn’t true.
Despite their latest attempts to hide the truth, what we find is a party of fanatics, sycophants and bigots.
Will it be enough to save his election hopes?
Yes, July can’t end fast enough for Mitt Romney. The only question is, will August be any better?
When it comes to the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, Mitt Romney is in about as much of a pickle, politically speaking, as any presidential candidate can be.
Far more crucial than any tangible benefit this political win means for the President, is the predicament it puts the former governor of Massachusetts in.
Roberts’ decision to side with the liberals on the Court was unusual and completely unexpected.
Romney has not given any details as part of a strategy to avoid the pitfalls which sank previous campaigns.
He realizes the Republicans and Mitt Romney have nothing to offer the nation except the specter of a third George Bush term.
The real test is going to be whether Barack Obama can hold off the horde of austerity buffs who want to repeat in America what has already failed in Europe.
Don’t look now but ever since forcing a recall election on Scott Walker things have not been going all that well for the Democrats.
Fareed Zakaria is an actual journalist. He is both editor-at-large and a columnist for Time magazine, as well as The Washington Post.
Know this about the Right; if Jeremiah Wright had been a dog or a cat, they would’ve been brought up on animal cruelty charges for the way in which they have viciously and relentlessly beaten him over the last four years.
What do Jon Huntsman and Richard Lugar have in common? If you said both are Republicans, you’d be wrong, so far as whatever being a Republican means these days. The correct answer is unemployed and unemployable, at least by any meaningful or measurable statistic I can think of.
Whew, that was close! For a while there I thought I was going to have to change the name of this piece from Idiots’ Delight (plural) to Idiot’s Delight (singular), such it seemed was the difficulty in finding multiple instances of idiocy on an equal footing in a given month.
The Great Recession of 2008 – the worst economic upheaval since the Great Depression of the 1930s – brought the world to the edge of the precipice. It was yet another painful reminder that not only aren’t unregulated markets rational, they can be responsible for causing untold carnage if given half a chance.
It’s the swing states stupid.