Who doesn’t! Am I right?
Who doesn’t! Am I right?
Hide yo kids, hide yo wife.
Stop trying to make anything happen.
Venezuelan opposition challenges Nicolás Maduro’s legitimacy as Venezuela’s interim president, Guardian reports.
Ryan held his own. But Biden stopped the bleeding.
Republican attacks — and Onion mockery — offer an unusual twist in the ratings game. Biden expected to wear a shirt.
From Redditors. This is what happens when the internet is bored and a high resolution photo of someone famous gets put up on their Wikipedia page. People like SiliconC get to have fun with it. (via reddit.com)
Mitt Romney’s running mate brought along with him unexpected assets — and liabilities that the campaign perhaps should have seen coming.
Palin overshadowed McCain, and Boston doesn’t want a repeat. A high-class problem to have.
“Several” years required, Myers says. Romney has released just two years of returns.
The wonky Wisconsin congressman is only 42. Two sources tell BuzzFeed he’ll be Mitt Romney’s running mate.
Where in the world are Romney’s surrogates?
Day one of BuzzFeed’s feature on how Mitt Romney’s VP hopefuls are faring today.
Romney VP hopeful: not so vanilla. Ohio Sen. Rob Portman dodged prying questions about the veepstakes by discussing his wild and crazy yogurt preferences.
Who knows? Not the press! But here’s what we do know — judge for yourself.
The Ohio Senator tells reporters he has no plans to meet with the presumptive Republican nominee. Defends his record in the Bush administration.
Says US should not broadcast withdrawal timetable in interview with Hugh Hewitt. Romney expressed support for 2014 draw-down date, but now says he would not have broadcasted the date publicly.
“Either we’re being punked…or someone has an ax to grind,” says Navarro.
At regional conservatives conference in Chicago, the Florida Senator takes a commanding lead in straw poll.
“I never thought I would say this, but he was totally better than Trump,” says one Republican as Veepstakes speculation heats up.
But who is your favorite Vice President?
The Ohioan wants the candidates to reckon with taxmegeddon. “This is a big deal.”
Courts the establishment at the Brookings Institution. Defends America’s role abroad: If we start doing less, who will start doing more?
BuzzFeed’s survey of Republican National Committee members gathered in Arizona this weekend finds a clear preference for the solid Ohioian. “He was born to be the guy standing next to the guy,” says an RNC member.
Gillespie will lead the hunt, a source says. Nobody wants another Palin.