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Posts tagged: Campaign 2012
Barack Obama or Mitt Romney or Green/Libertarian/other? Today’s the day to choose sides.
The second presidential debate between President Obama and Governor Romney is over, and the most important takeaway was the phrase “binders of women.”
You think Mitt Romney beat up on Barack Obama in the first presidential debate of 2012? Read about some real beatings in presidential history.
The Toy Story composer goes back to his cynical roots with a song for Campaign 2012.
Thank goodness we know who Nicki Minaj is endorsing for the U.S. presidency. I mean that.
She asked for it, more or less.
The vice president is out to win votes for Obama, one voter at a time.
The former president delivered a crowd-pleaser in Charlotte.
The First Family watches as the First Lady gives her speech to the Democratic convention.
Historian Gary Willis asks the question.
Photos from Brendan Hoffman of the Prime photo collective, from behind the scenes of 2011’s early days of the GOP primary.
Republican candidate Rick Santorum ended his campaign for the presidency today. See the video.
Now that Newt Gingrich is charging his fans $50 for a photo, here are a dozen great new slogans for his campaign.
Hint: it’s not lifestyle. Or bank account.
Three-quarters of a million dollars buys a lot of Romneyesque restraint.
His Libertarian streak runs right down to his shoes.
The website Politico is reporting that two women settled harassment claims against Herman Cain during his time as president of the National Restaurant Assocation.
It’s hard to keep track of who is running for president in 2012 among the Republicans. In part because there seem to be so many of them, but also because these days there are a dozen stages of announcing your candidacy before you actually announce your candidacy.
And to think we have 19 months to go! Just this week, the slate of candidates and maybe-candidates have been in the news more for their wacky ideas and missteps than for any policy proposals. Let’s take a look: