"I don't want to go down the path of Spain," Romney said Wednesday night during the first presidential debate. He argued that government spending under Obama has reached 42 percent of the U.S. economy, a figure comparable with America's NATO ally. "I want to go ...
Romney's repetitious campaign fumbles have been the source of amusement for Democrats and frustration for Republicans. As members of his own party have been distancing themselves, Mrs. Romney jumps to his defense:
I just want to briefly weigh in on the "47%" video published by Mother Jones. There is nothing shocking about what was said here. Romney is in a room with his donors explaining his campaign philosophy; not his political views. As he points out, some voters won't vote for ...
President Obama wants to extend tax cuts for Americans, but only for those making less than $250,000. Is this appropriate? Paul Krugman thinks so. As he points out, if you combine corporations and people--which are practically synonymous these days--you see that the top 1% have been doing very well ...
I want to react to Mitt Romney's statement regarding the newly signed bill
that in part allows the military to detain
indefinitely_any _American_they feel is
afilliated with terrorism _without a trial:
"People who side with al Qaeda do not deserve the same rights as other