2012 Election

Romney's Son Tagg Wishes He Could Punch the President

Mitt, we thought violence only stems from one parent households? Romney's son Tagg went on radio and said he wishes he could "take a swing" at President Obama for debating his dad at a debate. This clip from the Majority Report, live M-F at 12 noon EST and via daily podcast at http://Majority.FM
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Romney Flails on Pensions, AutoCorrects Himself on Blind Trust

In an effort to zing Obama on China, Romney is hit back by the President about the size of Mitt's pension. Romney also attempts to continue the meme that he has no control over his blind trust, yet video of Mitt Romney from years ago laughs at that idea from Mitt of today.
This clip from the Majority Report, live M-F at 12 noon EST and via daily podcast at http://Majority.FM
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No Binders Full of Women at Bain

Here's that champion of equality, who supposedly launched a search for qualified women to join his administration as Governor of Massachusetts:
Somehow when he built his own company they didn't get to play.
Wait, that's unfair: they are probably off-camera, making coffee and photocopies.
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Obama - The Closer

This is perhaps Obama's best articulation of the key question in this election. Do Americans truly want a society where it's anything goes and every man for himself, or one where everyone plays by the same rules and we all have a fair shot at success? That's what all this talk of taxes, healthcare, etc. boils down to. You're on your own, vs. we're all in this together?
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Second Debate Further Clarifies the Jewish Values Choice

Tonight, President Obama showed that he stands with the Jewish community on a wide range of issues from keeping America safe and fighting for economic justice to protecting a woman's right to choose and supporting legislation like the DREAM Act," said David Harris, President and CEO of NJDC. "Once again, Governor Mitt Romney demonstrated in tonight's debate that his views are completely out of step with the values of Jewish voters. In so many cases, the right-wing policies of the Romney/Ryan ticket are exactly the opposite of the views of a vast majority of of Jewish voters.
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'Acts of Terror' Speech on Libya in Rose Garden

One of the most memorable moments from tonight's debate was Govenor Mitt Romney being fact checked by the moderator Candy Crowley as well as the President on Libya.
Romney's assertion that Obama did not call the attack in Benghazi an "act of terror" was so easily disputed with the transcript and the video of his Rose Garden speech the morning after the attack.
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Colbert Destroys Romney’s Tax Plan in One Question

Exactly the question that reporters need to ask him on the campaign trail. Or a voter in tonight’s town hall style debate.
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Billy Graham: Mormonism No Longer a Cult?

Billy Graham believes Mormonism is a cult. Or does he? After meeting with and endorsing Mitt Romney, Billy Graham's website is now missing any and all references to Mormons being part of a cult. Hmm.
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Debate Preview with The Contributor on Viewpoint

The Contributor's Editor-In-Chief, Tina Dupuy, discusses what to expect from tonight's debate with Eliot Spitzer on Current's Viewpoint.
Join us tonight at The Contributor where Tina Dupuy will be reporting live from the 2nd Presidential Debate at Hofstra University.
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Yard Sign Litmus Test


A split ticket yard sign display in upscale urban Kansas City, via an anonymous source:
It took strong sentiments to permit those fence posts to be driven into that manicured lawn.

Evidently, for some, Todd Akin's (R) crazy talk isn't as palatable as Mitt Romney's (R) mendacity.
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