A while back I wrote about the opacity of Romney’s views on monetary policy, so it’s worth circling back around given that he touched on the issue briefly in his interview on Meet the Press. Here’s the relevant portion of the transcript:
Republicans need not panic about recent grim national tracking polling numbers that have shown President Obama opening up a lead of three to five points, writes Romney pollster Neil Newhouse in a state-of-the-race memo sent out …
The title says it all.
- Romney says he’d keep parts of Obamacare like the ban on insurance pricing based on pre-existing health. His campaign says he wouldn’t actually keep that part, but he hopes the market will produce the same result. Or maybe he would keep it?
- Ohio is ground zero for Obama’s economic message.
- He’s up 5 points or so there.
- Read Bill Clinton’s full remarks from last night.
- He was long on substance (and pretty much everything else, too).
- Democrats add Jerusalem back into the platform and it ain’t pretty.
- The political education of Elizabeth Warren.
- And the Secret Service is investigating a supposed Romney tax return caper.
As Democrats in Charlotte tell it, Barack Obama is helping out the most deserving Americans with federal spending. Last week in Tampa, Republicans accused the President of giving Big Government credit for the private sector’s …
Stop me if this sounds familiar: a talented young Democratic politician, a Harvard Law grad raised by a single mother, said to be the future of his party, gets the keynote address at the Democratic convention. In 2004, this story …
Citing safety concerns, Democratic organizers announced Wednesday morning that President Obama’s nomination acceptance speech in Charlotte will be moved indoors from Bank of America Stadium to the Time Warner Cable Arena. The venue change, prompted by forecasts of thunderstorms, leaves some 40,000 Democrats who had planned to attend …
Greetings from Charlotte where Obamapalooza is getting underway.
- Democrats grapple with whether Americans are better off than they were four years ago.
- Obama gives himself an incomplete on the economy.
- As we’ve written before, voters are more shortsighted than Reagan’s famous question suggests.
It wasn’t just about Mitt. There was a moment in Ann Romney‘s Tuesday night speech which gave that away. In the middle of a riff about how she, and by extension her husband, sympathize with the plight of working class …