This weekend Mitt Romney swept Guam’s GOP caucuses, picking up 18 delegates in the process. (Don’t laugh — it could be what ultimately puts him over the top!) How did the usually politically-challenged former governor do it? With some unusually canny politically maneuvering...
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So Donald Trump endorsed Republican presidential candidate (and fellow wealthy weenie) Mitt Romney in Las Vegas — because if there’s one thing Nevadans need to hear, it’s The Donald’s empty-headed political opinion. And perhaps unsurprisingly — given Trump’s bombast and Romney’s ineptitude — plenty of revelatory comments came from the stage.
Much to the disgust of true patriotic Americans everywhere, Mitt Romney has been cynically ending each of his vacuous campaign speeches by reciting the words to "America the Beautiful". Yesterday, he went one further and sang (horrendously) the beloved national song. Here are a few verses for him to sing at future campaign stops.
Tonight, Fox unveils the Kiefer Sutherland drama Touch, about a 10-year-old boy who can’t connect with other people. In the same time slot, MSNBC is premiering a similar show, about a 64-year-old presidential candidate with the same tragic problem. Here’s hoping that one of these productions gets the axe come November.
Today, Mitt Romney's campaign released a new Blu-ray set aimed at the children of potential voters. It’s considered a brilliant political move. Even if Romney doesn’t win this time around, the set will position him well for the 2024 election, when all these kids are of voting age.
There’s a new version of Monopoly based on Mitt Romney’s run for the Presidency. Here’s an exclusive look at some of the cards from the game.