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Romney: Obama ‘intent on punishing people,’ not creating jobs

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday blasted President Barack Obama for being “more intent on punishing people” than creating jobs. Speaking at a closed factory in Lorain, Ohio, Romney told supporters that the empty building was proof that the president’s economic plan wasn’t working. “If you want to…

Rick Perry ‘interested’ in 2016 presidential bid

Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he’s already thinking about another attempt at the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. In a recent interview, Jack Fink, a reporter with the CBS affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth, asked Perry if he was “interested” in another presidential bid. “Yeah, I am,” Perry replied. “I love…

Scott Walker: Nugent was ‘best part’ of NRA convention

Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker recently praised a conservative rocker who is being investigated by the Secret Service to determine if he threatened the life of President Barack Obama. A video uploaded by public policy graduate student James Carter shows Walker at this year’s National Rifle Association (NRA) convention, where…

Bachmann says Obama ‘waving a tar baby’ with oil policy

Former Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is accusing the nation’s first black president of “waving a tar baby in the air” over his proposed crackdown on oil speculators. On Tuesday, President Barack Obama proposed measures that would give regulators more power to limit manipulation of the oil markets. “We can’t…

Hannity asks Romney about Obama eating dog as a child

Fox News host Sean Hannity tried unsuccessfully on Thursday to get presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to weigh in on claims that President Barack Obama tried dog meat and other local foods while living in Indonesia as a young boy in the late 60s and early 70s. Earlier this…

Romney ‘not going to apologize’ for being born with silver spoon

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday said he was “not going to apologize” for his family’s enormous wealth after President Barack Obama made the suggestion that the candidate was “born with a silver spoon” in his mouth. “The president is really taking aim at anybody he can find…

Colbert offers to help Romney find ‘Mr. Right’

Now that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R) is the de facto Republican candidate for president, like all young men who have come of age, it’s time to find him a proper (running) mate. The natural choice would probably be the candidate who gave him the strongest challenge in the…

Allen West: Nugent has no ‘ill will’ toward Obama

Tea Party darling Rep. Allen West (R-FL) on Thursday defended conservative rocker Ted Nugent after he got the Secret Service’s attention by saying that members of the National Rifle Association (NRA) should defeat President Barack Obama and other Democrats and “chop their heads off in November.” During an interview on…

Daily Show asks who’s funnier, Romney or Obama?

In a recent interview with presumptive Republican nominee Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA), Diane Sawyer asked the candidate whether he or Obama. On Wednesday night’s edition of “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart decided to tackle that question from the perspective of an actual professional comedian. President Obama, said Stewart, is…

Rep. Tammy Baldwin: Wisconsin regretted the 2010 election

Senate candidate Rep. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) on Wednesday night told Current TV’s Jennifer Granholm that the people of Wisconsin were frustrated. “Right now there is huge frustration, but also huge participation in the state of Wisconsin,” she said. “We’re famous right now for all these elections we have queued up,…

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