A promise from the 2008 foreign policy Romney might use to attack the President tonight.
Make a very sober discussion about foreign policy very unsober! Obama and Romney square off in their third and final presidential debate. Let’s make sure it’s one to not remember! Pourin’ policy debate!
The former Massachusetts Governor has hammered President Obama for Benghazi, but in 2003 thought partisan politics should be avoided when dealing with nation security. Romney said at the Republican Governors Association “I hope that we will not fall into the temptation to establish political policy or take political shots based on what we find out after the fact.”
The Anti-Defamation League has compiled newspaper cartoons depicting what they describe as “the Arab media’s demonization of the 2012 presidential election and the US-Israeli relationship.”
The Obama “call tool” allows supporters to make cold calls from home, but a local Florida Tea Party leader is using the phone list to pitch Romney. “Think of what we could do if 100 of us did this for an hour each day.”
The ad edits out that Romney was speaking of a hypothetical situation where it was the consensus of the country to ban abortion. Romney adds “that’s not where we are today. That’s not where America is.” Romney reiterates in the 2007 debate that his position was to return the abortion issue to states, which is also not shown in the Obama campaign ad.
In Romney’s failed 1994 bid for Senate, Ted Kennedy hit Romney for the lack of women at Bain Capital in an ad. Romney responded in a debate by mentioning the highest paid employee at Bain was a women and the chairman of the board was a women.
A new ad from the Romney campaign features three women who worked in his Massachusetts cabinet. “He totally gets working women.”
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.
“Even with the littlest of America’s most talented females, I found that legs, arms, and heads still protruded.” Mitt Romney will now be a better-informed consumer of women binders.
If you replace “boy” with “presidency,” it kind of works.
Binders full of women. Binders full of women.
Obama and Romney’s most contentious debate yet, looped in GIF-form forever.
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.”
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.”
What’s in the water at Hofstra University?
The Getty Images photo was taken at a Romney/Ryan campaign event in Lancaster, Ohio on Friday. A Romney spokesperson commented that the shirt was “reprehensible and has no place in this election.”
Both candidates took time to watch their running mates debate tonight.
MSNBC host avoids a freakout.
It’s simple and it might hospitalize you. Drink responsibly, kids!
The Obama campaign’s deputy campaign manager said the attack was being politicized by Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan today on CNN. “The entire reason this has become the political topic it is, is because of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.”
Before endorsing the Republican, the Friday Night Lights author accused him of being of a lot of awful things.
Romney said in January he would have signed the bill as written. Today he said he would have to “look at that particular piece of legislation.”
With better numbers for Romney, former critics of big polling shops have stayed quiet. Forget the debates: Chambers takes credit.
Making a political Jack-o-Lantern is never easy.
Joan Ganz Cooney has given more than $200,000 to Obama, the Super PAC backing him, the DNC and the DCCC in the past two years. The Big Bird and Obama love appears to be a mutual thing.
In Iowa, Sesame Street characters and Republicans staged dueling demonstrations.