WASHINGTON — The animal kingdom has been inhospitable to Mitt Romney in this election cycle.
First there was the damaging story of Seamus, the Irish setter the Romneys strapped to the roof of their car on a family trip.
WASHINGTON — All hail Grover Norquist!
Bow down, Lindsey Graham. The Republican senator dared to say he might consider supporting a tax increase — but then Norquist paid him a visit on Wednesday. “Every once in a while you have somebody with an impure thought like Lindsey Graham,” Norquist told me. But after their talk, Norquist could report that “Graham will never vote for a tax increase.”
WASHINGTON — I had high hopes for President Obama’s speech on the economy. But instead of going to Ohio with a compelling plan for the future, the president gave Americans a falsehood wrapped in a fallacy.
WASHINGTON — When news broke that a vial of Ronald Reagan’s blood was being auctioned online, the price quickly jumped to $30,000 as websites and blogs explored a tantalizing possibility: Did this mean the late president could be cloned?
WASHINGTON — After he switched to the Republican Party in 1962, Ronald Reagan famously quipped: “I didn’t leave the Democratic Party. The party left me.”
Now, the Republican Party is doing the same thing to him — and Democrats are happy to take Reagan back.
WASHINGTON — The remarkable thing about what happened on the Senate floor was that it was utterly unremarkable.
, July 21, 2011
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