Mitt's skewed vision
11:52 AM PT: Romney, cites a New York Times/NBC poll which he claimed showed him leading women by two points. "Women are open to supporting me," he says. Of course, there is no such thing as an NYT/NBC poll.
There are lots of reasons to feel sorry for September's Mitt Romney, whose accusations that the president sympathizes with terrorists and will lie in debates that haven't happened yet have splashed back all over him. May's Mitt Romney could have told
Mitt Romney looked a mess Monday night. Standing in front of a group of reporters and cameras gathered on a few minutes' notice, he was flustered. He spoke quickly, without his usual composure. He looked sad
U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon Tuesday distanced herself from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney who said 47 percent of Americans view themselves as “victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them” and who
Mitt Romney speaks to reporters about the secretly taped video from one of his campaign fundraising events, where he said 47% of Americans who pay no income taxes are people who are "dependent upon government ¿ who believe that they are entitled to