Timothy Noah

If 47 percent of the people are going to vote for your opponent no matter what, of course you’d want to block their voting.

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Here’s the unexpurgated video of Romney’s disastrous talk at a May Boca Raton fundraiser.

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Mitt Romney's “47 percent” gaffe starts an overdue argument on the right about people who don't pay taxes.

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Mitt Romney's 47-percent remark clears up some terminology he's used previously.

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Isn't it a little early to write post-mortems on Romney's defeat?

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Romney's latest gaffe raises the question, "Who's middle class and who's not?"

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Until recently, Republican presidential candidates wouldn't shut up about cutting taxes. Now Romney avoids the subject.

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At Bain Capital, Mitt Romney was a turnaround artist. But as president, he'd slow down the country's economic recovery.

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The Census bureau's latest data reveals more bad news for the middle class.

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Good jobs are disappearing, especially for men, even as the workforce gets more experienced, better educated, and more productive.

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