09/28/2012 - 12:12pm

With Super PACS staying out of the Scott Brown/Liz Warren race, the challenge is to attack each other without having to voice the ad yourself. The Brown campaign used all regular folks to do the talking in this latest hit on Warren's false claim to minority status.

Harvard thought  that Elizabeth Warren was a minority because she said so... you know, you need to come clean when you get caught... We already have enough people in Washington who will say anything...

09/28/2012 - 3:52am

Up till now, Mitt Romney's given the impression that his real goal was to be the Republican nominee for president, but that winning the election wasn't that important. Finally, that's starting to change.

Our economy needs to be reinvigorated, and the president has laid out his plan - it's a continuation of the old plan. We can't afford four more years of the last four years.

09/28/2012 - 3:38am

Is the Tea Party the equivalent of radical Islam? That's how the left seems to view things, including Time Managing Editor Richard Stengel, teasing stories on yesterday's Morning Joe.

We have a great piece by Bobby Ghosh, who's been on here before about the rise of the Salafis, in the Middle East, they're the Tea Party of Muslim democracy, and that's a fantastic, insightful story as well...

Here's the definition of Salafism from Wikipedia.

Salafism has become associated with literalist, strict and puritanical approaches to Islam and, in the West, with the Salafi Jihadis who espouse violent jihad against civilians as a legitimate expression of Islam.

Salafism is considered synonymous with Wahhabism, the conservative strain of Islam practiced in Saudi Arabia.

09/27/2012 - 10:56am

A great message from the GOP in a new web ad.

09/27/2012 - 6:03am

Is there any hope for the Romney campaign? AB Stoddard of The Hill says Mitt can't count on some kind of debate magic happening, he's got to change his message.

If there is an oversampling in the polls, it doesn't matter to Mitt Romney... if he's gonna do this, he needs to get it done, and he has 40 days to do it... being down in Ohio is very bad for him...

09/27/2012 - 3:18am

The Romney campaign claims that ObamaCare is funded with money taken from Medicare. Is that accurate? Time for the president to set the record straight.

Jake Tapper: One third of the funding comes from cuts to Medicare.

Obama: Right.

09/27/2012 - 12:41am

Looking for clues as to why Romney's campaign expects to win the White House by sitting around Boston doing nothing? Here's a theory - Mitt's so pathologically cheap he just raises money, but won't spend it. 

When we leave the house, he turns off the hot water heater... Do you know what he does when we come back? he pretends to... he forgets that he's got to turn the hot water heater on... he says cold showers, they're not that bad...

Ann's story about Mitt's frugality, told to Leno this week, is downright scary.

09/26/2012 - 6:03pm

Polls show Americans deciding that they're deciding for the devil they know over the devil they don't know. Ed Rendell offers a couple of reasons why. First, Mitt is not running as Mitt.

I'm astounded at the campaign.... they tried to make him into something he's not, and when that happens in politics, it screws you up forever. He is a moderate, he believes in certain things,he shoulda been proud...

The former Pennsylvania governor also says that candidates today - Romney among them - focus too much on winning the day and that throws them off message.

09/26/2012 - 3:07pm

Mitt starts to act like his goals weren't met when he won the GOP nomination. Apparently, he wants to go all the way to the White House.

On a day the candidate was joined by golf legend and Ohio native Jack Nicklaus, a new poll by Quinnipiac University and The New York Times spelled trouble for Romney.

It said that Democratic President Barack Obama - who also campaigned in Ohio on Wednesday - leads Romney in Ohio by 10 percentage points and is ahead in two other important states - Florida and Pennsylvania - by similar margins.

Ohio and Florida are politically divided states central to Romney's hopes to amass the 270 electoral votes needed for victory, and losing either could be disastrous for the Republican.

The survey suggested that Romney, who was trailing Obama by a smaller margin at the beginning of last week, has been significantly damaged by the disclosure of a secretly taped video of him speaking at a private fundraiser in May.

Maybe Mitt thrives under pressure.

09/26/2012 - 4:14am

The local leftist hate machine is calling Scott Brown's team racist for mocking Liz Warren's minority preference scam. What did they say about the Atlanta Braves 20 years ago?

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