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The first thing we need to fix is the lexicon. I have heard both President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney lay claim to how many jobs they created during their tenures in public office.
The White House cannot be happy with the recent developments in the GOP primary race. In a bizarre turn of events, the very campaign strategy that the Democrats are just salivating to use against the now presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, had its first test run in New Hampshire, and it failed. Miserably.
A political group established as a joke is seriously spending money on the Republican presidential primary in South Carolina.
I am very disappointed by the lack of support Republicans and conservatives have demonstrated for Newt Gingrich's position regarding some of the activities at Bain Capital ("Huntsman set to exit GOP presidential race," Web, Monday).
One thing is clear: At best, Mitt Romney is a work in progress. Mr. Romney is under attack for being a hugely successful private equity banker at Bain Capital. Bain identified distressed companies and found value in them for shareholders, investors and, ultimately, consumers.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. planned to withdraw from the Republican presidential race on Monday, winnowing the field down to Mitt Romney and four others who are trying to stake their claim to be the conservative alternative to the former Massachusetts governor.
Wall Street might no longer be "occupied," but the toxin of class warfare that fueled the movement continues to spread. According to a new Pew Research Center survey, about two-thirds of Americans believe strong conflicts exist between the rich and the poor. The number of those most emphatic on this point has doubled in just the past 18 months.
"Huge organization with serious financial management problems seeks a CEO to make tough decisions in order to avoid bankruptcy." The federal government should be running this want ad in response to the Government Accountability Office's (GAO) annual audit of federal agency financial statements, released last month.
Torn between reality and their political dreams, leading conservatives are defending Mitt Romney's private sector success and acknowledging that his presidential nomination may be inevitable even as they search for a more palatable candidate.