That’s not a typo. That’s the name of a website where you can print out flyers and posters giving voice to a distinct lack of Romneymania.
“Don’t vote for the philanderer, the robot, or the zealot.”
The two camps may not have signed a deal, but there’s something in it for Paul.
What happens when John Stewart examines Newt’s one word description of himself? Hilarity, duh.
Here’s Mitt Romney’s terse response to John King asking a follow up question at the CNN Arizona debate. Political Debate 101.
While the audience was all ears at the Republican debate in Arizona, Sheriff Joe was all eyes.
Ron Paul supporters seem to far outnumber everyone else. Here’s the rather rowdy scene in front of the Mesa Arts Center where Romney, Paul, Santorum and Gingrich are currently scrapping.
Romney has no choice but to take the gloves off in tonight’s Republican debate in Arizona, and hit Rick Santorum hard. Here’s a preview of what it might look like if Mitt goes on the offensive.
Lawrence O’Donnell promised Rick Santorum’s Press Secretary that her candidate can appear on his show and swing away all the anti-Romney softballs he wants, anytime he wants.
A few protesters tried to disrupt Sarah Palin’s speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference today. They didn’t last long: the crowd (and Palin herself!) chanted “USA, USA” at the occupiers as security removed them.
Crowds pack the halls to see Santorum speak at CPAC, and he zones in on Romney and Obama. At least for this weekend among fellow social conservatives, he’s a contender.
The dithering over whether Tea Party supporters will vote Romney doesn’t hold up. When faced with Romney vs. Obama, activists say they only have one choice.
Blitzer also wants viewers to “keep some perspective on what’s going on.” This said during CNN’s marathon coverage of caucuses in Minnesota and Colorado and the meaningless Missouri “beauty contest” primary.
It would be kind of more surprising if he had.
His campaign has stayed relevant in part by convincing the press that he would dominate a series of caucuses with organization and energy. In Nevada, he did better than in 2008 — but not well enough.
They’re now three days behind deadline.
“My net worth is many, many, many times Mitt Romney,” Romney endorser said. We’re not sure that’s true.
State-tailored pandering isn’t just for Newt.
“Political Correctness and the Wussification of America,” anyone?
Tennessee state senator Stacey Campfield, who recently said that it is “virtually impossible” to contract HIV through heterosexual sex, was kicked out of a restaurant in Knoxville. He went quietly.
If you’re a Republican or if you know a Republican you’ve probably seen at least one of these on your Facebook.
Under the tax code, he can get his wife or an accountant to do that. It’s OK to just say you want a break from the trail, Rick.
The businessman and his wife call for Paul to be forcibly ejected from this election cycle.
The book wasn’t being sold through the official merchandise channel, but on a blogger’s page. Up for years, it came down today.
The Republican Presidential candidates this cycle have seemingly gone out of their way at times to make an appeal to Ron Paul supporters — and to make nice with Ron Paul. But it wasn’t always like that: This video mashup by YouTube user patriotreview illustrates how in 2007, candidates scored points of Ron Paul to emphasize their mainstream conservative credentials.
Fresh off his TSA detainment, Rand gives the Paul response to Obama’s speech.
The director would even vote for him against Obama.
“I literally have no idea what Ron Paul is saying right now,” Klein tweets.
He disagrees with his father.
Adds it to the list of government agencies to abolish. Rand, meanwhile, is no longer being held in Nashville.