February 29, 2012
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The Utah Senator attacked the President as an out of touch urban elitist today in a speech on energy policy, saying the President put the interests of hipsters ahead of workers.
Word on the street is we are really obsessed with the contents of Snooki's uterus. Also, an MMO giant cuts hundreds of jobs and the T. Rex protects his status as an apex predator. These and other Buzz we missed await your clicking pleasure.
He'd sought to explain the exclusion of African-Americans from the Mormon priesthood, and why it changed.
Here's yet another example of Mitt Romney's innate ability to connect with the working man. Overheard today by Reuters correspondent Sam Youngman as Romney was allowed to turn on a piece of equipment at the American Posts factory in Toledo, Ohio. These are actual photos from the scene of folksy knee-slapper.
Campaign seeks tracker. Not a glorious job, and you need your own car.
Says the Democrats who turned out for Santorum are all blue-collar Reagan Democrats who honestly like him.
What sucks about this especially is that I'm guessing soccer was not her first choice for a sideline reporting gig.
Apparently it's called "Avengers Assemble" across the pond. Nice to see a little bit more about what this movie is about besides Tony Stark being a flawless human.
Just four years ago Mitt Romney was running as the health care reform candidate. Now a Romney speech rarely comes without the Republican prerequisite "repeal ObamaCare."
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Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney said in 2008 his record of change would match well against Barack Obama's. who could only talk about it. Now he's promising to stop Obama's changes.
The candidate is a well-known fan of the Coen brothers flick. Is he Everett McGill or Pete Hogwallop?
Mitt Romney's "who let the dogs out" moment from when he marched in the Jacksonville, Florida Martin Luther King day parade already lives on in YouTube infamy. This extended version of the clip shows even more painful Romney moments, including the former governor telling a young baby he is wearing "bling-bling" and a girl she should be a boy scout, to which she replies, "Why a boy scout?"
Two men will enter, and two men will leave. But one of those men will leave knowing he had the best dunk of last night. And that's something I suppose.
Called "The Facts," it pictures Obama in a helicopter with Ehud Barak, quotes Benjamin Netanyahu, and stresses the tough American position on Iran.
Says his rivals don't understand the private sector "in their bones." Simplicity will be key in the next week.
And they say they're not preparing for the Romney campaign's plans to make it more of an issue.
The new spot returns to an old theme — that his rivals are all the same — and seems aimed a quieting suggestions that he and Romney are working together. [UPDATE: An earlier version of this item used the wrong ad.]
It's like he's looking directly into my soul. And he doesn't like what he sees.
A tough loss tonight in a state the campaign really, really wanted. But: "We're sort of the MacGyver campaign," says Brabender. The class war endures with a shot at Romney's "Caddies."
He doesn't win very often, but he wins when he needs to. A strategy of survival, not victory.
New York Times Columnist Charles Blow apologized last week for a Mormon Jibe. Tonight, Salon's Joan Walsh is taking heat. She didn't respond to an email from BuzzFeed seeking comment. UPDATE: Walsh tweeted that she's "torn" about her comment, then apologized.
He held up some shale, and later a copy of the constitution. What else does he have in his pockets?
Adelson spends another million. A big buy in Alabama.
Michael Steele says his proportional representation plan, which has helped produced the bloody and possibly endless Republican primary is actually "healthy" and "exciting."
The Super Tuesday message: Santorum sought Demcoratic Support. "This isn't going anywhere," says Williams.
A liberal online campaign urged Michigan Democrats to vote for the former Governor.
The "Red Eye" fav sees an "arduous road ahead," Dems on offense. Thad not quite on the same page as Mitt on labor, auto bailout.