by Eugene Robinson onSeptember 22, 2012
Reflecting on Mitt Romney's recent comments about the "47 percent," Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson says that "voters will soon have the opportunity to show him we're not as stupid as he thinks."
by Jamelle Bouie onAugust 23, 2012
In a blog entry at the American Prospect, Jamelle Bouie checks in on a poll that asked respondents about two Mitt Romney controversies: his record with Bain Capital and his tax returns. While neither result was good, the ongoing fight over his taxes has done more damage.
by Edward Wyckoff Williams onJuly 12, 2012
The Republican candidate panders to the NAACP, then insults black voters.
by Edward L. Dandridge onJune 8, 2012
Edward L. Dandridge, president and CEO of the National Association of Investment Companies, weighs in at the Huffington Post on one of the election cycle's most contentious issues.
by David Swerdlick onMay 22, 2012
The Newark, N.J., mayor might have gone rogue, but here's why the president should heed his advice.
by Cynthia Gordy onMay 22, 2012
Politicos analyze the Newark, N.J., mayor's arguments after he went rogue on Obama during Meet the Press.
January 9, 2012
Blogging the Beltway: He's way ahead in New Hampshire, but his business past (and his own words) may eventually trip him up.
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