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Journalist: Romney can’t win Wisconsin if Walker loses recall election

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel columnist Dan Bice explained Tuesday that Mitt Romney had no chance of winning Wisconsin in a general election if Republican Gov. Scott Walker is ousted from office. “All of these elections are very much connected,” Bice, who has covered the Wisconsin GOP primary and recall campaign, said on…

Obama to slam Republican ‘social Darwinism’

US President Barack Obama will step up his reelection campaign Tuesday by accusing Republicans of pursuing an economic policy akin to ruthless “social Darwinism” that is a prescription for decline. On the day Mitt Romney, his likely rival in November, is expected to march closer to the Republican nomination, Obama will unleash a…

President Obama Stands with Planned Parenthood

On the one hand, we have people like Mitt Romney, who wants to “get rid of” Planned Parenthood. On the other hand, we have this lovely gentleman: President Obama believes that women have the right to make decisions about their own bodies. Mitt Romney doesn’t. Any questions? ***visit Team Uterati…

Mitt Romney: ‘Planned Parenthood — We’re Gonna Get Rid of That’

***In light of ABLC’s move to The Raw Story, I am reposting this for new readers. Democrats are hitting back hard against the growing threat that Romney poses to women’s health: I get it, Mitt. You’re pandering to the wingnuts who think that Planned Parenthood is out there aborting babies eight…

Obama rebuffs Romney on ‘exceptional’ America

WASHINGTON — US President Barack Obama on Monday hit back at his likely Republican election foe Mitt Romney, who questioned whether he shared the notion that America is a uniquely virtuous nation. At the weekend, Romney appeared to tap into the view, prevalent among the conservative grass roots, that Obama…

Mitt Romney gets a public spanking by Obama’s foreign policy advisors

It’s not rare these days to hear Mitt Romney lying his ass off about President Obama and all the things President Romney would do to make things better. However, it IS rare to see as thorough and effective a response as the one from President Obama’s foreign policy team this…

‘Huge shift’ among female voters gives Obama lead in battleground states

There is often a gender gap between the two political parties, with woman voters tending to favor the Democrats while a majority of men support Republican candidates. In recent weeks, however, as the Republican Party has become embroiled in the contraception issue, that gap has widened into an abyss. A…

Santorum: GOP thinks voters ‘need Mitt Romney shoved down their throat’

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says that GOP leaders are making a mistake by “trying to convince the Republicans across this country that they need Mitt Romney shoved down their throat.” In an interview on Sunday, the former Pennsylvania senator told NBC host Savannah Guthrie that he wasn’t getting out…

Gingrich admits Romney will ‘probably’ win but refuses to concede

Empty of funds, Gingrich adds that Mitt Romney is ‘clearly the frontrunner’ but remains defiant against calls for him to quit Newt Gingrich has come the closest yet to acknowledging what just about everyone else in the political world has already decided: that he has no chance of becoming the…

Tangled web connects candidates to super PACs

For an example of the fluidity of campaign finance rules, as well as the tangled web of connections between candidates and super PACs, look no further than the digital consulting firm Targeted Victory. So far, the firm’s hauled in $4.1 million working for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign and American Crossroads,…

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