Foot-in-mouth disease appears to be as least as important than the economy. Thanks to the former, as well as Mitt Romney's completely inept handling of independent voters, it will be extremely difficult if not impossible for Romney to win the presidential election in November.
Romney Casts Off 47% of Voters
Every other week or so, Romney seems to make a major gaff of some sort. His recent flip-flops on Obamacare are a case-in-point.
With the number of college graduates working minimum wage jobs nearly 71% higher than it was a decade ago, and the average graduate leaving college with $29,400 in debt (crushing their hopes of leveraging up to buy that American Dream-creating house), President Obama has unleashed a double whammy of ideas in the last few days. Reducing mortgage insurance and cutting down-payment restrictions for FHA loans (i.e.
Whether or not the news media pays any attention to Ron Paul, voters do and the polls show it. Ron Paul is now essentially tied with New Gingrich in the latest Iowa poll.
Please consider Gingrich ahead in US poll, but slipping in Iowa
Republican White House hopeful Newt Gingrich has surged ahead of rival Mitt Romney nationwide, but his lead in Iowa has faded ahead of the January 3 caucuses, two new polls showed.
Kentucky is the heavy favorite to win the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament and President Barack Obama is going with the crowd, picking the Wildcats to finish the season 40-0 and win it all. Obama made filled out his annual bracket for ESPN and Kentucky is not the only "chalky" pick the president is making.
LE MARS, Iowa (AP) — U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz went pheasant-hunting in western Iowa on Saturday, fueling the speculation that hat he could be considering running for president in 2016. The tea party Texan went hunting with Republican U.S. Rep. Steve King before the two headed to the Le Mars Convention Center, where Cruz spoke to a sold-out fundraising luncheon for the Iowa congressman, the Des Moines Register reported (http://dmreg.co/1dxtvC1 ).
WASHINGTON — Joe Biden is thanking Democratic supporters in the afterglow of President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, dropping plenty of hints that he may try to cement Obama’s legacy with his own presidential campaign in 2016.