GOP 2012
  • No contest on foreign policy

    The Romney campaign appears to have missed the news that the Cold War ended decades ago. Combine that with Romney's failure to release a detailed plan for keeping our country safe and strengthening our alliances, and it's clear that this is not the team we want navigating the ever-changing foreign policy challenges of the 21st century.

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  • Rubio can't defend Romney's lack of foreign policy leadership

    Marco Rubio delivered a foreign policy speech at the Brookings Institution today that was heavy on deceptive attacks against President Obama. But the most notable thing about Rubio's speech was what he didn't say: The remarks were tellingly short on praise for Mitt Romney's foreign policy plans.

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  • Romney's shameless lip service on student loans

    Mitt Romney recently jumped on the bandwagon, shamelessly changing his tune to say he favors lower interest rates for student loans. The problem is, his recent statements in support of congressional action are in direct contradiction to his budget plans and previous rhetoric.

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  • "He's had two positions at least on every issue"

    Romney and McCain haven't always had the sunniest of friendships, and McCain has not shied away from hitting Romney on his record as governor, his time in the private sector, and his values. And today, he introduced Mitt at an RNC gathering in Arizona.

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  • Meet Romney's latest right-wing endorser, John Kasich

    Mitt Romney has added another Tea Party governor to his list of endorsements, and this time, it's Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Kasich gained national notoriety last year when he led the charge to strip Ohio workers of their collective bargaining rights—an anti-union effort to which Romney gladly lent his support.

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  • Romney's running from his immigration record

    Mitt Romney's trying to shake his Etch A Sketch on immigration. He's made a name for himself over the course of the Republican primary as the most extreme candidate on immigration, but his campaign said today that he never called Arizona's controversial immigration law, SB 1070, a model.

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  • Romney and Corbett: Extreme for women

    While pushing a law to force women to undergo an ultrasound before receiving an abortion, Pennsylvania's Republican Gov. Corbett dismissed the outcry from women, saying they could just "close their eyes" during the invasive procedure. Yesterday, Corbett became Mitt Romney's latest endorser.

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