How "Mitt" remakes the campaign documentary.
A closer look at Double Down.
Rebranding himself as an anti-poverty crusader, Ryan forgets a few key things he did
Rebranding himself as an anti-poverty crusader, Ryan talks about the 2012 campaign as if Mitt were the only one who disparaged the poor
Debates, and other political performances, don't change elections. Political reporters know it. But their work depends on not admitting it.
President Obama was in Boston on Wednesday—not to watch a baseball game, but to send a message about health care reform: The idea really works. Given all the news about Obamacare lately, it’s a message the country very much needs to hear. The template for the Affordable Care Act is the reforms that Massachusetts officials enacted in 2006.
(The old Mitt Romney, that is.)
In an alternative universe—the one where the GOP hadn't gone totally nuts—it would be an easy choice.
According to a new academic study, reports Slate and a bunch of other places, a single trader was responsible for between $4 and $7 million in Intrade bets on Mitt Romney during the final two weeks of the 2012 election cycle.
Even with 2004's turnout, Mitt Romney still would have lost
Even with 2004's electorate, Mitt Romney still would have lost.
Even if the two favorites of social conservatives had teamed up, Mitt Romney probably would have beat them.