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Romney praises ‘chicken and, you know, noodles’ in Michigan

At a campaign stop in Michigan on Tuesday, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney complimented the local “chicken and, you know, noodles.” “Now, I saw a picture this morning that was kind of embarrassing,” the candidate explained to supporters in Frankenmuth. “It was kind of embarrassing. It was me at…

Daily Caller’s Tucker Carlson: White House ‘can’t not give us a pass’

Even after his reporter effectively heckled President Barack Obama during an official statement last week, Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson says that it’s inconceivable that his publication would not get a White House press pass. “Here’s the White House’s mistake,” Fox News co-host Bob Beckel told Carlson on Monday. “The…

Gingrich: Romney won because ‘he had 16 billionaires’

Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich warned in a recent interview that a handful of billionaires had an “unfair advantage” in choosing the next president of the United States. Gingrich told ABC News in an interview posted on Tuesday why presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney came out on top during…

John Fugelsang: Bisexuals overlooked in LGBT rights movement

Monday on Current TV, comedian and political commentator John Fugelsang said that bisexual individuals lagged behind gay and lesbians in regards to social acceptance. “Bisexuals face their own unique brand of prejudice and ostracization,” he explained. “All too often they are misunderstood and distrusted by both the straight and gay…

Allen West ‘dejected’ that Romney doesn’t ‘stand for something’ on immigration

Tea party darling Rep. Allen West (R-FL) is feeling bummed out because presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney does not “stand for something” by promising to deport young undocumented immigrants. During an interview with CBS host Bob Schieffer that aired Sunday, Romney had refused to say if he would undo…

Romney says gas station’s touch-screen ordering is ‘amazing’

It doesn’t take a lot to impress Mitt Romney. At a campaign stop in Pennsylvania on Sunday, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee told a crowd that he had been astonished by a touch screen computer used to order food at the Wawa gas station chain. “Where do you get your…

Republican rep.: Young immigrants ‘had a say’ in crossing border

A Republican representative from Texas says that he opposes President Barack Obama’s policy of halting deportations for some young undocumented immigrants because 16-year-old kids “have a say” in whether or not they cross the border with their family. “Well, you are also talking about people that came over 16 years…

CNN host scolds heckler: Obama’s race is ‘the elephant in the Rose Garden’

CNN host Don Lemon on Sunday suggested that Daily Caller reporter Neil Munro may not have heckled President Barack Obama last week if the commander-in-chief had not been black. Munro claimed on Friday that he had thought the president had finished delivering an official statement on immigration policy when he…

Former Obama professor: The president ‘must be defeated’ in 2012

Harvard Law School professor Roberto Mangabeira Unger hopes that his former student, President Barack Obama, is defeated at the polls this November — and he’s calling for that defeat to come at the hands of the very people who elected him. In a little-noticed video published online last month that…

Pro-Democratic activists to trail Romney campaign bus with “Every Millionaire Counts” tour

The activists at MoveOn.org have launched a plan to have presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney trailed around the country by a Cadillac with a fake dog, dubbed Seamus II, on the roof. Romney’s multi-state bus tour was already successfully derailed on Saturday, when 150 to 200 protesters — some…

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