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Mitt Romney: U.S. Senate Hopeful, U.S. Senate Huckster (3)
Latest in our ever-expanding series As someone said about the blizzard of Barackaphernalia at the 2008 Obama inauguration, “When Americans want to celebrate, they turn to merchandise.” But Mitt Romney (R-Wherever) is getting downright pushy about merchandising in his nascent … Continue reading
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Mitt Romney: U.S. Senate Hopeful, U.S. Senate Huckster (2)
Second in what we expect will be an endless series In his three-day-old journey to become the junior – at 70! – senator from Utah, Mitt Romney (R-Wherever) has already solidified his bid to represent the merchandising wing of the … Continue reading
Mitt Romney: U.S. Senate Hopeful, U.S. Senate Huckster
Well, that didn’t take long. Yesterday Mitt Romney (R-Wherever) threw his top hat into the Utah Senate race with this tweet. And, apparently, to sell some merchandise, because about five minutes later this email landed in the hardworking staff’s inbox. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Mitt Romney, R-Wherever, Romney for Utah, Utah Senate race, Utahns 3 Comments
Conservative Magazine Says ‘Bill Belichick for President!’
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, The Weekly Standard has been a standard-bearing Dump Trump hardliner. But in the magazine’s October 17th issue, contributor Geoffrey Norman proposes an actual alternative. A Real Winner Come November, I’m writing in Bill Belichick Variations on the … Continue reading
Why Are Mark Halperin and Katie Couric Cavorting with the Romneys?
As the hardworking staff previously noted, Yahoo! News anchor Katie Couric was a (paid?) speaker at this weekend’s Mittapalooza for myriad GOP presidential hopefuls looking for some love – but mostly money – from Mitt Romney’s deep-pocketed friends. But it turns … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Ann Romney, Ashley Parker, Boston Globe, Deer Vallley, E2 Summit, journo-Mittdustrial complex, Katie Couric, Marco Rubio, Mark Halperin, Matt Viser, Mediaite, Mitt Romney, Mittapalooza, New York Times, pilates, Politico Playbook, Romneyrama, Steve Stein, Utah, Yahoo! News 3 Comments
Why Is Katie Couric Consorting with Mitt Romney?
This weekend former Massachusetts governor and relentless presidential candidate Mitt Romney (R-Do You Like Me Now?) is hosting his E2 Summit at an upscale ski resort in Utah, where at least six GOP presidential candidates will show up presumably to get … Continue reading
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Let the $10 Billion Rumpus Begin!
From our Val-PAC desk The hardworking staff recently trumpeted the estimated $9 billion price tag for the 2016 election cycle, but Bloomberg’s Al Hunt has a slight adjustment. How Record Spending Will Affect 2016 Election The role of money and politics … Continue reading
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The Atlantic Says Bay State (Hearts) Charlie Baker
Snow kidding: The current issue of The Atlantic features this piece by Molly Ball. The Bluest Republican Why staunchly Democratic Massachusetts loves its new GOP governor “Mark Wahlberg is asking me for a pardon?,” Charlie Baker said as he folded … Continue reading
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Jill Stein to Run for President on Groan Party Ticket
Dr. Jill Stein, the woman who took the green out of the Green Party in 2002, wants another shot at the presidency of the United States. From her press release yesterday: Dr. Jill Stein Announces Formation of Exploratory Committee For … Continue reading
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Romney for President: InterMittion!
From our new Mitt-Mash desk The indefatigable Andrew Kaczynski posted this listicle on BuzzFeed yesterday. 31 Completely Normal Things Mitt Romney Did After Losing The Election The candidate’s daughter-in-law has run an active mommy blog for years and it’s full … Continue reading
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