Mitt Romney responds to Newt Gingrich calling him a 'weak front-runner.'
Ok, folks, don't get mad. This little piece is purely to attempt a bit of comic relief from the strife that has been the race for the GOP nomination for president.
There's no disputing that Republicans are surly these days.
Rick Santorum may be riding high in the polls of late, running neck in neck with Romney, but he’s not the Mr. Clean picture of social conservative perfection he wants everyone to believe.
In a campaign defined by Republican reluctance to embrace Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum has emerged as the latest not-Romney candidate to surge ahead.
From a tattoo to Santorum - what Romney needs to do to win.
The GOP presidential contest is officially out of control. We blame Mitt Romney.
The Duggar family visits 'Fox and Friends' to talk about their presidential pick.
As his formidable campaign marches inexorably toward the nomination, Mitt Romney should learn a vital lesson from the guy who beat him in his first race for public office: Senator Ted Kennedy.
Romney accepts the defeat...
Romney rallies the GOP in Denver
If Romney was left to run only on his conservative credentials, voters would probably begin to see him as the emperor in The Emperor’s New Clothes, someone in desperate need of a personality and an authentic conservative mantle.
"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." No doubt this truism was at the top of Newt Gingrich's mind as he responded to John King's lead off question in the CNN Republican debate in South Carolina last week.
A little over a week ago, Karl Rove advised Republicans to wrap their support around Mitt Romney because it was pretty much a done deal Romney would grab the GOP presidential nomination. “In an open race for the GOP nomination, no Republican has won both Iowa and New Hampshire, as Mitt Romney has,” wrote Rove. He went on to say South Carolina would be the last dance/chance for several candidates like Newt Gingrich.
'The voters are still trying to sort it out'
Glenn Beck visits The O'Reilly Factor to talk about the 2012 GOP candidates and reveals his personal pick.
It is commonly argued that Mitt Romney has benefited from a weak Republican field, which is true. And that the attacks of his opponents have been late and diffuse. True, and true.
There still exists a possibility that, come Jan. 20, 2013, we could have a Republican Senate and House, and a Republican president.