“I agree,” said Mitt Romney, and so he did, with the same passionate intensity with which he previously scorned the president’s foreign policies from one corner of the country to another.
Every day President Obama reads and responds to letters from citizens. This illustrates his basic philosophy: people first. By contrast, for Mitt Romney, profit is the priority.
The broad American middle class is in trouble.
Today, the Campaign for America's Future unveiled TheMiddleClass.org Voter Guide which allows you to see how often your representatives in Congress vote for the middle class. A whopping 181 scored a big fat zero.
Don't be surprised if Republican Rep. Paul Ryan works hard at tonight's vice presidential debate to counter Vice President Joe Biden's Scranton, Pa. working-class roots with his own small-town roots in Janesville, Wis.
Two representatives from New Hampshire are among the members of Congress targeted by a Campaign for Americas Future ad campaign aimed at vulnerable conservative congresspeople who rate the worst on TheMiddleClass.org Voter Guide.
Pennsylvania's Jim Gerlach, a Congressman representing the 6th Congressional District received a ZERO rating from TheMiddleClass.org Voter Guide.
Last summer, my family took what we would later decide was our favorite family vacation thus far.
What is Pennsylvania Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick's score in TheMiddleClass.org Voter Guide? 0%. Zero. Nada. That'd be a 'no.' Zip. Nothing for the middle class. Negatory, good buddy.
Doctoring audio in an ad to fool voters? No problem, and certainly no consequences. Romney did it and got away with it, and then did it again, and got away with it again.
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The upcoming presidential debate on foreign policy will undoubtedly feature warnings from Republican candidate Mitt Romney that defense spending cuts from the Obama administration will compromise the nation's ability to defend itself.
In tonight's foreign policy debate, Mitt Romney will say that the way to get jobs back from China is with more free trade and lower taxes. But China's Communist. It already has tougher trade restrictions and higher taxes than we do. How, exactly, will more tax cuts help us compete?
Americans haven't heard much at all from Joe the Plumber this election cycle. A shame. Without his rants against sharing the wealth, no one's bothering to debate how desperately America really needs to be sharing. And how desperate has our maldistribution of wealth become?
We've had four and a half hours of presidential and vice-presidential debates.
We've had a number of disturbing reports these last couple of weeks about employers instructing their workers to vote for Romney or risk losing their jobs.
Mitt Romney said a lot of "sketchy" things in Tuesday night's debate.
I am saddened to hear that progressive champion Sen. George McGovern is reported to be at the end of his days. He has lived a life nearly as large as his heart.
In the debate Mitt Romney heartily endorsed Affirmative Action, claiming he sought out "binders full of women" that he could put in high positions. And it turns out that even that was a lie. Sheesh.