December 18, 2017

Romney’s Trump Card for the Foreign Policy Debate

Mitt Romney has a chance to upstage Barack Obama at Monday’s upcoming foreign policy debate and use the strongest hand he has against Obama.  And it has nothing to do with Libya. Polls after their second debate highlight a source of strength for Mitt Romney that has consistently attracted likely voters to his candidacy.  While […]

Being Successful is Romney’s Greatest Appeal

Ann Romney gave a moving speech at the convention Tuesday night, reaching out to connect to voters on a person to person basis, with warmth, humor and good nature.  She was expressing one of the bedrock American values.  We are all human beings, rich and poor, all created equal.  Ann Romney reminded us of that, […]

Romney’s Apology Tour

Mitt Romney’s recent triumphal tour of Britain, Israel, and Poland struck me as a much-needed and most welcome apology tour for Barack Obama’s abject abandonment and humiliation of our most loyal and trusted allies.  Finally, here is an apology tour that Americans can get behind.  It was a triumph.  The enemedia says otherwise, of course. […]

Mitt Romney’s Time to Choose

Throughout the history of the United States, whenever the dark clouds of apprehension, fear, and adversity cast a long shadow over the nation, a leader has emerged to successfully guide America into even greater prosperity and achievement.  Men such as George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Ronald Reagan understood that among the many duties of the […]

A Closer Look at Mitt Romney’s Immigration Plan

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By W. James Antle, III on 6.22.12 @ 12:59PM Yesterday Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney released a plan that is designed to make distinction between legal and illegal immigration — and also to defuse a damned if you do, damned if you don’t political issue. The key points: […]

Romney’s Favorite Hispanic, Gov. Sandoval, Loves Tax Hikes

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Matt Naugle on 3.15.12 @ 10:10AM When Mitt Romney was asked in a GOP debate to name a Hispanic he would like to see his his Cabinet, the first name that came to mind was Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval. In addition to being pro-abortion, what makes Sandoval unique […]

Romney’s Aura of Electability is Diminishing

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By David N. Bass on 2.24.12 @ 2:04PM Conventional wisdom says that Mitt Romney is a more viable candidate than Rick Santorum in a head-to-head fight with President Obama. Polling bolsters that viewpoint, though by a slight margin. But my sense is that the so-called Romney-Santorum electability divide […]

Romney’s Poor Remark

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Aaron Goldstein on 2.1.12 @ 10:29AM Mitt Romney is drawing fire for saying he’s “not concerned about the poor.” Well, let’s take a look at precisely what he said: I’m not concerned about the very poor. We have a safety net there. If it needs repair, I’ll […]

Romney’s rivals suggest he’s not electable

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum reacts as former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney answers a question during a Republican presidential candidate debate at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, N.H., Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Mitt Romney’s rivals are casting doubt on whether he’s the strongest candidate to […]

Romney’s 10K

Print Email Text Size The Spectacle Blog By Quin Hillyer on 12.12.11 @ 7:41PM I know I’m late in weighing in on this, but I think the Romney $ 10,000 bet offer will prove to be an extremely harmful gaffe. It will make him the butt of Leno-like jokes for months to come. Indeed, it […]