"Tea-Tard" Sign At OFA Protest Draws Bipartisan Condemnation From House Disabilities Caucus
"I find it really unfortunate that this offensive slur was used to characterize anyone," Langevin says. OFA: "We neither support nor approve of the inappropriate language used in a sign on the mall today." Update: The sign-holder speaks.
Democratic Party Chair Wasserman Schultz Downplays Fundraising Rivalry With OFA
"There isn't a single person that I have called or who I have spoken to in person who has said, 'I'm sorry, Debbie, I can't give money to the DNC because I'm going to give money to OFA' ... I'm not sure the same is true in reverse, to be quite frank," DNC Chairwoman says.
Obama To The Catholic Church: Romney Agreed With Me On Contraception
The Obama campaign responds to Romney's attacks. " Mitt Romney is attacking the President for providing women with the same access to contraception and preventive health care services Romney did as governor." The Romney campaign disputes the account, noting that Romney faced an overwhelmingly Democratic state legislature.