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Romney: I ‘lived in the real streets’

Multimillionaire Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday claimed he was a regular person who “lived in the real streets of America.” During a CNN-sponsored debate in South Carolina, the former Massachusetts governor said that former House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s “involvement in Washington is a perfect example of why we…

Gingrich to Romney: ‘Drop the pious baloney’

During a GOP debate on Sunday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Mitt Romney to “drop the pious baloney” after the former Massachusetts governor asserted that for him, “politics is not a career.” “I think it’s understandable and perhaps unusual that people who spend their life in politics imagine that…

DNC hits Romney again on his ‘Let Detroit Go Bankrupt’ comment

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) continued their focus to paint Mitt Romney as “out of touch” in a new ad attacking the GOP presidential frontrunner for his “Let Detroit go bankrupt” comments. The 36 second ad, titled “Hit the Road, Mitt,” features some similar images to the 2011 Chrysler commercials…

Romney flip-flops on protests: ‘I worry about the 99 percent’

If you want to gauge how effective a popular movement has become, compare the present statements of leading politicians with their prior positions. In the case of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R), the difference is night and day. During an appearance in Florida last week, Romney was calling the…

Cain: Romney is just too ‘Wall Street’ to win

Boosted by a new ABC/Washington Post showing him now in second place the GOP presidential race, Herman Cain spent Tuesday morning attacking former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney, rather than the prior top target, Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Appearing on Fox & Friends to also promote his new book This is…

Palin to launch bus tour this weekend as 2012 speculation grows

WASHINGTON – It remains unclear whether she’ll run, but a series of recent moves by Sarah Palin has fueled speculation over whether the former Republican vice presidential nominee will jump into the 2012 presidential race. The move that is generating the most buzz is Palin’s plan to launch a bus…

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