3/14/2012 4:44 PM ET
got three RCs, or two RCs- two Roman Catholics- running and a Mormon,
so three cultists running, and they gotta pick one of the three
cultists, as they see them."
3/13/2012 11:09 AM ET
Here we go again, "aloof" Romney makes the front page of the New York Times via reporter Michael Barbaro: "Mr. Romney’s struggle to tamp down resurgent opponents and
secure the Republican ...
3/12/2012 10:58 AM ET
New York Times music critic Jon Pareles sniffs out discrimination on Mitt Romney's music "playlist": "There are just two songs by African-Americans, both plush ballads of fidelity...The lone song ...
3/11/2012 10:55 PM ET
Mitt Romney can’t close the deal with Republican primary voters because
too many don’t trust that he’s a real conservative, but on Sunday’s This Week,
host George Stephanopoulos pressured ...
3/7/2012 5:54 PM ET
Liberal Hardball host Chris Matthews, who has spent the last several days berating Rush Limbaugh for using inappropriate words, on Wednesday mocked the "featureless" young crowds at Mitt Romney's ...
3/7/2012 12:39 PM ET
Who's the best person to give Republican presidential front-runner Mitt
Romney advice? Why, longtime Democratic strategist James Carville, of
course. Recapping the Super Tuesday primaries on ...
2/28/2012 6:16 PM ET
On Tuesday's CBS This Morning, Charlie Rose lobbed a series of questions from the left at Republican Congressman Paul Ryan. Rose wondered if the recent trend towards social issues in the ...
2/28/2012 12:45 PM ET
Times reporter Michael Luo (with Mike McIntire) again try to sic the federal government on Republican fundraising groups: "Sharing a consultant would seem to be an embodiment of
2/28/2012 12:22 PM ET
A panel packed with liberal pundits on Tuesday's NBC Today concluded
that Mitt Romney "cannot relate to average people" because he is
"just an awkward human being" and "robot" who is "not ...
2/27/2012 3:31 PM ET
Good Morning America's David Kerley on Saturday parroted
Democratic talking points, mocking Mitt Romney for "embarrassing
missteps." Kerley openly wondered how the campaign could get things ...