Well, the lie-a-palooza that is the Republican National Convention is mercifully drawing to a close, and all that remains to be seen now is whether Mitt can convince non-Republicans (or Republicans, for that matter) that he’s even remotely likable or trustworthy, and whether he’ll break up the perfect game by accidentally saying something factual. I know, you’re not supposed to jinx it by talking about it, but it’s just so exciting!
|By: Kit OConnell Wednesday August 29, 2012 12:10 pm|
Welcome back. This is day 2 of my liveblog of protests outside (and occasionally inside) the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. This is the second formal day of the convention (Monday’s events were canceled due to Hurricane Isaac) but the third full day of protest. Both continue through Thursday, when Mitt Romney is expected to accept the Republican Party’s nomination for President, and activists have declared a national day of action to Shut Down Bain Capital.
|By: Jon Walker Monday August 27, 2012 9:15 am|
Going into the “start” of the Presidential contest the race is currently tied. According to a new Washington Post /ABC news poll Romney technically has a one point lead among registered voters. It is Romney 47 percent to Obama 46 percent. This is effectively unchanged since last month. Voters appear to believe Romney/Ryan will help the economy and save Medicare.
|By: TBogg Monday February 20, 2012 6:30 pm|
Former governor of America’s Wang, Jeb Bush is not going to be answering his phone or door when the Republicans come crawling to him asking to be saved from the Santorum-covered Romneymonster this summer. We think we know where he’ll be.