February 7, 2012
Anyone who knows me, knows I love the Romney sons. And anyone who knows I love the Romney sons, knows I love Craig Romney most of all. So imagine my frustration when BuzzFeed's Whitney Jefferson IM'd me about a new Tumblr that immortalized the youngest Romney (and asking if I was behind it). I couldn't have been happier it existed and sadder that I had nothing to do with it. I give you, "F*** Yeah! Craig Romney."
Today, Gingrich attacked him for his varmint-hunting ways.
It's the pro-Romney viral email the campaign wants you to see— and a genuinely moving true story.
Reporters and outlets everywhere are announcing that tonight is Santorum's big moment. Things are about to get really boring otherwise.
As Mitt Romney pivots toward the general election, he's been speaking fondly of working with the heavily Democratic legislature to get things done during his tenure as Governor. But between 2004 and 2007, when he was still Governor of the state and looking toward the national GOP, Romney didn't mind bashing his state's Democratic leadership for a keep laugh.
You knew it was going to happen.
A very powerful day-walking vampire. You don't have to believe me. The evidence speaks for itself.
In a 2004 weekly radio address given when the President was still a State Senator, Obama attacked Bush for "three dismal years of job loss." The speech sounds strikingly similar to Republican talking points used against the current President and speaks volumes to the degree in which political rhetoric is recycled.
The British are coming! I wish my other commute was a TARDIS.
There's something charming about this acceptance speech. Gaiman won the SFX Award for writing "The Doctor's Wife" episode of Doctor Who and gave what might be the best response ever.
I want to be this young man when I grow up. LEGEND.
GREAT NEWS, EVERYONE! A US Circuit Court of Appeals has just ruled that California's same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional!
That's the problem with transformational rhetoric. At some point you might have to live up to it.
Secret donations, through the National Organization for Marriage, Minnesota Family Council, and Catholic Church. “What NOM and its allies are doing in Minnesota is shockingly bold," charges Human Rights Campaign's Nix.
The halftime controversy reaches its logical conclusion.
With deep pockets, the frontrunner is looking ahead.
Mitt Romney, like you've probably never seen him before.
"Whatever John Weaver says at this point, he is speaking for himself," he says.
No, seriously, I appreciate the heads up.
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The move -- like the key decisions in 2008 -- is at its core about tactics, not philosophy.