It’s doubtful that he, nor generations of Romneys to come, will truly know what a trip to the gas stations means for Americans.
by David Pakman •
He was against the auto bailout before he claimed credit for it but either way, Romney profited from it.
During an appearance on Fox News with host Chris Wallace, McCain talked about Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital, and I’m sure Mitt Romney is not happy about it.
by David E. Phillips •
Yesterday, in a stunningly out of nowhere diatribe on Meet The Press, Booker not only defended Bain Capital and ‘vulture capitalism,’ but implied that the Obama Campaign (whom he considers himself a surrogate for) was behaving in a nauseating fashion in regards to attacking Mitt Romney’s signature achievement in the world of finance.
by Michael Hayne •
The Obama campaign opened up a new chapter in its efforts to defeat Mitt Romney by releasing a documentary-style video and a full website that directly takes aim at Romney as being nothing more than a soulless corporate raider.
by Wendy Gittleson •
I’m about to make two of the most obvious statements you will read today: Before there were laws, there were no laws. Before things became illegal, they were legal. So common sense, they’re stupid, right? Well, not so much to the people defending Mitt Romney, his tax structure and Bain Capital ‘vulture capitalism.’
by Tex Shelters •
In the fierce battle between Next Gingrich and Mitt Romney for second place in this year’s presidential campaign, the two top Republicans have become the President’s best aides for his reelection.
During the GOP Debate in South Carolina on Thursday night, the audience booed Mit Romney after he danced around whether he would release 12 years worth of tax returns like his father did when he ran for President. Romney then tried to explain why he wouldn’t release his tax returns until after he wins the nomination. ‘Because I want to beat Obama,’ Romney stated.
by Julie Driscoll •
Thank you, Republicans, on so many levels: Thank you for spending so much time attacking each other, leaving President Obama free to raise big money and leisurely come up with strategies to counter your forthcoming attacks, which you telegraph daily.