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Ann Romney: ‘I know what it’s like to struggle’

Ann Romney said on Thursday that she could sympathize with working women because she knows “what it’s like to struggle.” The wife of likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney appeared on Fox News on Thursday to respond to CNN contributor Hillary Rosen, who recently said that Ann Romney had “actually…

Mormons are proud of Mitt Romney’s success but fear what comes next

Tuesday night, fresh from hearing of Rick Santorum’s withdrawal from the presidential campaign, I went out for frozen yoghurt with a bunch of friends from church. I asked my friends, almost all of whom are Republican, how they felt about Romney being the Republican candidate. Conversation ended instantly as my…

Gingrich: ‘CNN is less biased than Fox’

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Wednesday blasted his former employer, Fox News, accusing them of being in the tank for rival Mitt Romney “all the way through.” During a private campaign event at Wesley College in Delaware, the former House Speaker asserted that News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch had…

Romney: Santorum ‘on my list’ for VP

It seems like probable Republican nominee Mitt Romney has already forgotten that former rival Rick Santorum recently called him a liar and the “worst Republican in the country.” During a town hall-style event in Warwick, Rhode Island on Wednesday, Romney insisted that he had not ruled out the former Pennsylvania…

Romney looks to fill ticket, so ‘veepstakes’ begin

With Mitt Romney now all but assured of winning the Republican nomination, he embarks on one of his critical quests of the campaign: finding a running mate who can help him defeatPresident Barack Obama. Romney took a huge step toward securing the role of flagbearer when rival Rick Santorum bowed out of…

Obama Fulfills His Promise

Call him what you will—a socialist, a communist, a fascist, a “dick,” a racist, a foreign-born Manchurian candidate…the anti-Christ… One thing you can’t accuse President Obama of being is a trickster. In November 2011, after chuckling his way through the dozenth Republican presidential primary debate like it was the season…

Gingrich: Me dropping out just ‘a Washington, New York fixation’

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Wednesday that he would continue to campaign until Mitt Romney obtained all the delegates he needed to win the nomination. “I was in North Carolina yesterday,” he told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. “Not a single person asked me to drop out and many, many people…

Mitt Romney enjoys some security as vice-presidential contenders shy away

While a decision on a running-mate could be months away, Republicans are lining up to publicly count themselves out Florida senator Marco Rubio and Virginia governor Bob McDonnell have participated in the long-established ritual of ruling themselves out as running-mates for Mitt Romney, who on Wednesday enjoyed his first full…

Parody ad shows how to do your taxes like Mitt Romney

Well, it’s that time again. For all you last-minute tax filers, the deadline is only six days away to gather up all your receipts and your W-2s, sit down with Turbo Tax and a bottle of Excedrin and get to it. Next year, though, why not do what Mitt Romney…

Herman Cain calls on Romney to pick Allen West for VP

After failing at his own attempt at the presidency, Herman Cain is now offering campaign advice to likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. During an interview with radio host Steve Gill on Monday, Cain called on Romney to pick tea party favorite Rep. Allen West (R-FL) as his vice presidential…

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