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.
Here’s the unexpurgated video of Romney’s disastrous talk at a May Boca Raton fundraiser.
Mitt Romney's “47 percent” gaffe starts an overdue argument on the right about people who don't pay taxes.
Mitt Romney's 47-percent remark clears up some terminology he's used previously.
Isn't it a little early to write post-mortems on Romney's defeat?
Romney's latest gaffe raises the question, "Who's middle class and who's not?"
Until recently, Republican presidential candidates wouldn't shut up about cutting taxes. Now Romney avoids the subject.
At Bain Capital, Mitt Romney was a turnaround artist. But as president, he'd slow down the country's economic recovery.
The Census bureau's latest data reveals more bad news for the middle class.
Good jobs are disappearing, especially for men, even as the workforce gets more experienced, better educated, and more productive.