Foreign policy — and image. “No one will be watching,” shrugs a Romney aide.
UPDATED: Senior campaign adviser Bay Buchanan said last week that the candidate supports states’ choices. This afternoon, though, she told BuzzFeed he still supports the amendment proposal.
“Everyone has heard it,” McCaskill says. “I don’t think it will ever be played out for women.”
Tagg took serious issue with the president calling his dad a liar.
This was a real question posed to Kirsten Gillibrand and Wendy Long, two women running for U.S. senate in New York, during their only debate.
His comments on contraception in the debate looked to some like a move to the center — but one conservative spokesperson says, “I do not believe that Romney has shifted his position whatsoever.” The president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund agrees.
Tries to reopen the gender gap, while taking advantage of Romney’s debate misstep.
The Gregory Brothers put a Keytar in moderator Candy Crowley’s hands and you know the rest.
Politicos are even weirder than celebrities. More lasagna, less conversation.
And everyone’s searching for “binders full of women.”
“The more we’re talking about women’s issues…the better,” says Psaki.
Early voting, Boca Raton, and Bruce Springsteen. “We have 20 days after tonight to get our voters out and persuade the undecided,” says campaign manager Messina.
If you replace “boy” with “presidency,” it kind of works.
In response to a debate question about women’s employment, Mitt Romney discusses his headhunting strategies to find talented women to work for him as governor. Whole binders full!
Romney proposed “two-parent families” as a way to curb gun violence. Some on Twitter took this as an insult to single moms, and they weren’t happy about it.
Binders full of women. Binders full of women.
Obama and Romney’s most contentious debate yet, looped in GIF-form forever.
The MSNBC Hardball host’s post-debate analysis tonight couldn’t have been more different from his Oct. 3 meltdown. Obama “punched him hard.”
He’s just very enthusiastic about civil discourse.
A tense moment at tonight’s debate about Obama’s Rose Garden comments after the killing of a U.S. ambassador.
Their tax philosophies in less than two minutes.
In the first question of the debate, Romney flexes his confidence. “When you come out in 2014,” he tells a college student, “I presume I’m gonna be President.”
The president regains his feet in the second debate.
The president shows some fight.
Both are in hot pink dresses — and Ann isn’t the one wearing pearls. What is this, BIZARRO dressing?
GOProud says gay voters care most about the same economic issues as everyone else. Obama-endorsing Human Rights Campaign says “a tough economy is made worse for LGBT people by the lack of legal protections.”
Or trying to. Vladimir Jaffe is “brave enough” to take on Occupy Protesters, says Judge Napolitano.
“What else do you have to do?”