Tags » Mitt Romney

Mission Accomplished

One year ago the President of the Georgia Chess Association, Fun Fong, sent an email, which made the rounds, in which he wrote, “My sense is that adult chess players in our current demographic are some of the biggest cheapskates in the world! 647 more words

"Gosh, Can You Imagine?": Scott Brown Sees Mitt Romney As An Ebola Repellent

Ordinarily, candidates for major public offices get better as campaigns progress. The improvements tend to be organic – politicians do more interviews, make more appearances, deliver more speeches, and answer more questions, and the process hones their skills. 361 more words


Mitt Romney Zombie

(in the spirit of Halloween . . .)

From the 2012 Presidential Election

       To start his presidential campaign, Mitt Romney Zombie seeks to bridge the differences between zombies and the common voter with his “Zombies are People Too My Friend” speech. 16 more words

Mitt Romney

The Sanctity of the Ballot

There have been much chattering going on about Democratic candidates who are reluctant to tell reporters or questioners who they voted for.  From Alison Grimes, Michelle Nunn, Natalie Tennant, and Mark Begich, reporters or campaign lackeys have been following them around asking them who they voted for in order to get that gold-plated sound bite saying they voted for Obama.  427 more words


GOP Wields Romney Fundraising List in Senate Battle

If Republicans retake the Senate next month, they’ll have done it with a lot of help from Mitt Romney.

The former GOP presidential nominee’s digital operation may have been a generation behind President Barack Obama’s effort, but his email list has proven to be a potent fundraising too for the party as it looks for victory this fall. 569 more words