Seamus Romney

Former Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and his wife Ann will sit down with Fox News Sunday for their first interview
If Seamus could only know he’d influence a presidential election by voiding his bowels during that 12-hour, 1983 trip to
It was hilarious. "As far as Seamus the dog, look, all I would say is, the issues of character are important in this election
This week started optimistically, with the hope that Paul Ryan's selection would finally turn campaign 2012 into a big picture discussion about the role of government and the nature of capitalism. Instead, we got outraged reactions to President Obama joking about Seamus the dog, hours of debate over Joe Biden's use of the word "chains," and a back-and-forth between the campaigns about which presidential candidate was "unhinged." It is 78 days until the election, with 25 million Americans unemployed or underemployed, over 13 million homeowners underwater and our national conversation is still on a level of two children fighting in the back seat of the minivan. Maybe for the first debate, we should strap each candidate into a car seat, give them each a juice box, and let them have at it.
During a campaign event in Iowa, Obama criticized Romney for saying in March, "You can't drive a car with a windmill on it
"After sanctimoniously complaining about making a 'big election about small things' President Obama continues to embarrass
Romney received a shoutout in an Oregon case involving four people who accidentally tied a pit bull to their Jeep, then forgot
Michael McAuliff covers Congress and politics for The Huffington Post. Talk to him on Facebook. Schumer predicted that with
UPDATE: A reader sends word of a Seamus game already online here. Scott Crider, the Alabama resident who launched Dogs Against