There is someone whispering in a millionaire's ear telling him that George P. Bush will win Latinos over to the GOP. He just needs to remember one important thing: This ain't his granddaddy's Texas.
Listening to this "kinder and gentler" Romney, two questions came to mind. Was all this a tactical ploy to sway undecided voters? Or was this the candidate's declaration of independence from his neo-conservative advisers (three-quarters of whom are George W. Bush alumni)?
Like a mythical shapeshifter or a repertory actor, Mitt Romney will pretend to be whatever you need. Politicians often do this, but he reaches new heights of brazenness. Time and again he says something on the stump that a campaign spokesperson later "clarifies."
Obama has finally learned from Colbert that neologisms are not just snappy ways of packaging important ideas; they are also ways to get your supporters to play an active role in spreading them.
Supporters of 'Romney-Ryan as economic saviors' believe they'll miraculously produce the hyper-economic growth we failed to achieve by lowering marginal tax rates, repealing Obamacare, and increasing military spending. If you believe Romney-Ryan will produce this miracle, you probably also believe in the Tooth Fairy.
Obama campaign spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter, appearing with Madden on "Face the Nation," said, "Romnesia is a playful term
I had planned to dissect Obama's debate performance today, and highlight the best parts of it, but then I noticed the speech Obama gave this morning, in which he hit the same points even harder.
I have studied and I believe in his detailed, crystal clear plans to rebound our economy, to cut taxes by $5 trillion, increase our defense budget, create 12 million jobs over the next four years without adding to the deficit. (How can anyone not vote for this man?)
The word of the day is "Romnesia" after President Obama coined the term for his opponent Mitt Romney's tendency to forget
“Women haven’t forgotten how we’ve suffered over the last four years in the Obama economy with higher taxes, higher unemployment
Obama: Romney 'Changing Up So Much' Condition Must Be Called 'Romnesia'