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Sharp New Obama Ad Goes After Romney Over Same Sex Marriage (VIDEO)

While Barack Obama was almost glacial in his “evolution” toward endorsing gay marriage, his campaign was right quick to capitalize on it.

The Obama campaign already has a spot up, entitled “Mitt Romney: Backwards on Equality,” that starkly contrasts the views on gay marriage between the two candidates….Read More

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Mitt Romney And The Paycheck Fairness Act: Can Mitt Be Both For Women’s Pay And Against It?

Mitt Romney has a crucial test coming up in the Paycheck Fairness Act, which the Senate votes on next month: will he stick by his party, which rigidly opposes new restrictions regulating pay equity, or will he try to wrench Senate Republicans into the passing the bill and hope to gain a bit of headway with female voters in the process?…Read More

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Obama Has A New Ally Against Mitt Romney: Newt Gingrich

 

As Newt Gingrich prepares to announce the introduction to the prelude of the end of his campaign, eventually, still maybe not, fingers crossed, HE COULD STILL WIN, he’s already finding his GOP campaign self being used against him.

The Obama campaign released 90 seconds of Newt Gingrich bashing Mitt Romney, ending with the tagline: “Newt Gingrich: Frankly, Not Mitt Romney’s biggest supporter.” The video features Gingrich ad-libbing on everything from Romney veracity to his immigration views to his time at Bain Capital…Read More

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Romney’s Foreign Policy Spokesman Is Too Gay To Talk About Foreign Policy

Buried under the recent contretemps over Richard Grenell’s misogynist Twitter posts was the fact that Grenell, a former Bush UN spokesman and newly-hired Romney foreign policy surrogate, was gay. PoliticOlogy only mentioned this in passing, as it seemed slightly relevant in the context of offensive tweets, but not in his role doing anything related to foreign policy.

Stupid me! Grenell stepped down from his post on Tuesday, citing problems over his sexuality…Read More

Related: Somebody Tell Romney’s New Spokesman That The Internet Is Forever

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Mitt Romney Fudges His Fundraising Figures To Suggest He’s Popular With Non-Rich People

 

Mitt Romney’s campaign boasted at the end of March that 84% of its campaign contributions came from donations of $250 or less, implying that his campaign was beginning to appeal to the coveted non-private-jet-owning demographic.

But as with most statistics, this number hid more than it revealed…Read More

 

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Romney Sweeps Northeastern Primaries, Critz Pulls Off An Upset, And Gingrich Reconsiders His Adverbs

 

Mitt Romney swept Tuesday’s primaries, easily winning New York, Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania, and all but certifying his nomination for the Republican Party.

The only state even in contention was Delaware, where Gingrich’s beleaguered campaign was making a last stand. (Seriously? Who draws the line at Delaware?) But Romney trounced the panda poet with more than double the vote…Read More

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5 Things To Watch For In Tonight’s Primaries

 

Primaries! Stay excited people, there’s still plenty of politics to obsess over, as New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Delaware and Connecticut vote tonight in the GOP presidential primary for a total of 231 delegates. (Don’t knock it; that’s 10% of the total.) Mitt Romney is the presumptive nominee, but he hasn’t won over his party yet, Gingrich still might pull off an upset, Ron Paul is gearing up the protest vote, and a showdown between a Blue Dog and a labor-backed challenger in PA might decide the Democrats’ election year narrative.

Here’s a rundown of what to watch for…Read More

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After being announced as Mitt Romney’s new foreign policy surrogate, former Bush spokesman to the UN Richard Grenell spent the weekend performing selective surgery on his Twitter account, removing over 800 messages before kicking back with a Brosephtini and toasting to the memory hole. That was close, huh?…Read More

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Rubio Proposes DREAM Act To Realize Dream Of Mitt Romney Losing

 

Florida Senator Marco Rubio is proposing a watered-down version of the DREAM Act as an attempt to gain at least a sliver of the Hispanic population currently abandoning the Republican Party in droves…Read More

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Obama Threatens To Veto House Spending Cuts, Setting Stage For Another Government Shutdown

 

President Obama has threatened to veto any appropriations bills that cut spending below the agreed-upon levels of last summer’s debt ceiling debate, readying what could be an end of the year showdown between Democrats and the Republican House, and potential setting the stage for a government shutdown…Read More

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