I’ve been surprised by Mitt Romney’s forays into foreign affairs. Thus far, he’s done little but parrot tired GOP talking points, that have been used by candidates and pundits for ages. What’s missing is Romney’s personal touch. What’s missing is a foreign policy that draws on his strengths and builds on his own experiences of the world. Imagine the foreign policy approach that the founder of Bain Capital would bring to a situation like Greece…
|By: TBogg Thursday August 2, 2012 6:31 pm|
The people of England, a country that will become America’s sworn enemy if Mitt Romney is elected American CEO, are having a spot of fun with Ann Romney’s not in the least elitist hobbyhorse.
|By: Jon Walker Wednesday June 13, 2012 1:41 pm|
Ann Romney, the wife of the Republican President candidate Mitt Romney, has suffered from multiple sclerosis for years. She claims taking part in dressage, aka horse ballet, has greatly helped relieve the debilitating symptoms of her disease. However, few Americans with MS can afford that option, yet Mitt Romney strong opposes making medical marijuana available, even though studies suggest it helps alleviate the pain from MS.
|By: cocktailhag Thursday April 12, 2012 8:00 pm|
For Republicans and the media who coddle them, nothing is more painful and likely to induce mass fainting spells than the truth, and the faux “controversy” over Hilary Rosen’s disparaging comments about Ann Romney’s idle life in the lap of luxury is a perfect example of this drearily familiar phenomenon. The fact is, Ann Romney hasn’t worked a day in her life, at a time when even well-off women with children often do so, if not out of economic necessity, out of sheer boredom.