In case you missed it, maybe you were living in a land far away, Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential election. And he really lost because he IGNORED minorities, leaving votes on the table for President Barack Obama’s gorging.
Pavlich explains what new Obamacare taxes will mean for the economy on The Kudlow Report.
TH's Katie Pavlich tells Republicans they need to "take in what happened" in the election instead of criticizing one another.
Is it just me, or does a candidate actually have to reach out to constituents in order to win elections?
Chris Matthews attacks Romney ads as 'absurd,' courting 'uninformed voters.'
A look at the Republican presidential candidate's schedule of public events shows a remarkably relaxed pace for a man who says this election is critical to America's future. Here's what Mitt Romney did on the trail in mid-September.
Given my five-year skepticism and/or hostility to the potential of a Mitt Romney presidency, the Romulans may feel as if I am one of the last patriots on earth they should take advice from.
WASHINGTON - Former governor Mitt Romney returns from his overseas trip this week to resume talking about a four-letter word that's been missing from Barack Obama's vocabulary: jobs. His mid-election trip abroad hit some bumps in the road but nothing of any consequence that's going to become an issue in a campaign year that is totally fixated on Obama's recession-teetering economy.
Two weeks ago, before Matt Drudge roiled the waters by announcing that presumptive GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney would name former Bush Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as his Vice-Presidential running mate, quiet news reports began to circulate that Romney was actively seeking a female to run with him on the Republican ticket.
Mitt Romney repudiated President Obama’s attacks on his personal finances on Tuesday, calling it “a sad day when that is the course that the president takes.”
In a Romney Campaign ad, one small business owner questions why Obama doesn't believe that he built the company on his own. "Did somebody take out the loan on my father's house to finance the equipment?" Jack Gilchrist asks. "Through hard work and a little bit of luck, we built this business. Why are you demonizing it?" "We are the solution, not the problem."
On Sunday's CBS program, "Face the Nation", former presidential candidate, Tim Pawlenty was directly asked about the question everyone wants to know: If the Romney campaign approached him for the VP slot, would he accept? Admitting that he'd been approached, Pawlenty said that he "encouraged them to look at other prospects" because he can best serve the campaign in other areas.
Barack Obama simply refuses to take responsibility for a weak, jobless economy that's persisted longer than it should have because of his impotent policies over the past four years.
Words have power; they create images and possibilities, and provide a window into the future of what could be. The best leaders use positive words to communicate a potential future for a country that is possible if actions are taken. They inspire action, progress and positive results. For words to matter, there must be a solid foundation underlying them. They cannot be all fluff and flutter.