'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Would you invest in a company with a string of failures as sweeping as the GOP establishment's? Mitt Romney, John McCain and Bob Dole: All are products of the establishment, and all are failed candidates who opened the doors to the Obama and Clinton eras.
Former Republican Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist is contemplating a comeback in the Sunshine State, but this time as a Democrat.
President Obama lamented his loneliness in the White House on Monday and said he would have more friends in Washington if Republican lawmakers weren't so afraid of blowback from conservative media.
Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist's coming-out party as a Democrat moved to Washington on Wednesday, as the once-rising Republican star testified at a Capitol Hill hearing on voting problems in the 2012 election.
The Death Star petition on the White House website has gained enough signatures to merit a response from President Obama's administration.
When news broke about a Florida socialite's involvement in a sex scandal that brought down CIA Director David Petraeus, Jill Kelley was doing what she does best — hosting a party.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has hired some tea party credibility. The Kentucky Republican has hired Jesse Benton, who steered the presidential campaign of Texas congressman Ron Paul, to head Mr. McConnell's re-election campaign in 2014.
President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are set to address a major gathering of world leaders in government, business and other fields held annually by Bill Clinton.
Kicking off a two-day bus tour across Florida, President Obama on Saturday tried to convince voters that America is not deteriorating, while his opponent Mitt Romney, campaigning in another key swing state, told a Virginia crowd there would be no cuts to the military under his watch.
While the vast majority of Republican voters are likely to support Mitt Romney for president, some say they will back President Obama because of the GOP push to the political right.
George Clooney raised almost $15 million for President Obama's re-election campaign at the actor's Los Angeles home in May. For his second act, Mr. Clooney is expect in Geneva this week, a center for international organizations, governance and business.
Chris Chocola likes taking on his party's establishment and beating it at its own game. That's what he does for a living, and he has helped pull off some big upsets.
Former Sen. George LeMieux dropped out of the Republican primary for Senate on Wednesday, saying that he can't compete against rival Rep. Connie Mack's famous name and the fact that the party establishment has gotten behind the congressman.
The tea party Republican who sought former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' seat in Congress has dropped out of the fall race, two days after losing a special election to serve out her term.
Sen. Marco Rubio was on the verge of dropping out of the 2010 race for Senate, convinced that then-Gov. Charlie Crist's popularity, power and money would be too much to overcome in a Republican primary. He was also afraid any future political ambitions would be crushed by Crist's supporters, Rubio wrote in his autobiography to be released next week.
"I've enjoyed being in the private sector; working with Morgan & Morgan is a lot of fun and helping people that way," he said. "So time will tell, we'll see."
"Well, I'm thinking about it, there's no question about that," Mr. Crist said about running against Republican Gov. Rick Scott.