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  • President Barack Obama smiles as he walks onto the 18th green at Mid-Pacific County Club in Kailua, Hawaii, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014, as he golfs with Marty Nesbitt, Bobby Titcomb, Sam Kass, Marvin Nicholson, and Andrew Dibble. The first family is in Hawaii for their annual holiday vacation.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

    Obama goes golfing with Bain Capital lobbyist

    President Obama hit the links on Saturday with a lobbyist for the financial firm Bain Capital — the same firm that was at the center of the president's attack campaign against candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, Politico has reported.

  • Illustration by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    EDITORIAL: The island of hypocrisy

    Not so long ago, having offshore investments was a bad thing. Throughout the 2012 campaign, Barack Obama pummeled Mitt Romney for his successful career at Bain Capital. He was derided as an outsourcer, a shipper of jobs to Mexico and a tax dodger with tax shelters in the Cayman Islands.

  • Illustration by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

    MURDOCK: Bain Capital's Obama crony payday

    As Democrats convene in Charlotte, N.C., on Monday, they likely will double down on their claim that Bain Capital is really the Bain Crime Family. They will accuse Republican nominee Mitt Romney and Bain's other "greedy" co-founders of stealing their winnings, evading taxes and lighting cigars with $100 bills on their yachts.

  • Ann Romney waves to the crowd after giving a speech at the Republican National Convention, Tampa, Fla., Tuesday, August 28, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

    Ann Romney: From lady of leisure to Everymom

    To listen to the pundits, Ann Romney is little more than a "corporate wife" (Fox News commentator Juan Williams), a sexist for "putting a sorority girl grin on a description of women's lives" (Slate's Amanda Marcotte), and a woman who "has never worked a day in her life" (Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen).

  • President Obama speaks in the White House briefing room in Washington on Monday. "I don't think that Gov. Romney is somehow responsible for the death of the woman that was portrayed in that ad," Mr. Obama said. "But keep in mind, this is an ad that I didn't approve, I did not produce and, as far as I can tell, has barely run. I think it ran once." (Associated Press)

    Obama: Nobody accused Romney of being a felon

    President Obama refused to accept responsibility Monday for the actions of campaign surrogates who suggested Republican Mitt Romney committed a felony and that he contributed to the death of a woman who succumbed to cancer.

  • Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican (Associated Press)

    McCain: Attacks on Romney 'succeeded to a certain degree'

    The attacks on presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney by the Obama campaign and its supporters are disgraceful — but they seem to be working, Sen. John McCain said Sunday.

  • Illustration West Ad by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    KNIGHT: Slinging mud from the Soptic tank

    Public figures' records are fair game in political campaigns. It's not "mudslinging" unless it's untrue or employs "derogatory personal slurs," according to the Living Webster Dictionary.

  • Illustration Mudslinging by John Camejo for The Washington Times

    KUHNER: Dirty Democrats

    Democrats are accusing Mitt Romney of being a criminal. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid claims the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has not paid taxes in 10 years. What is Mr. Reid's source for this explosive allegation? He states it is an "anonymous" investor in Bain Capital.

  • Sen. Joe Lieberman, Connecticut independent, has challenged Mitt Romney and President Obama to cease their negative campaigning and shift their emphasis to specifics about what they will do to help the country if elected. (Associated Press)

    Lieberman rips Romney and Obama for high negativity in the campaign

    Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman slammed the Obama and Romney campaigns Tuesday for engaging in what he considers record-high negativity during this year's presidential race.

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