A definition of irony: Mitt Romney decrying alleged cuts to Medicare while introducing Paul Ryan.
With Mitt Romney’s gaffes in Britain, I fear what jokes he’ll tell in Warsaw.
I wonder how enamored people are going to be with this “jungle primary” idea when their first general election presents two candidates from the same political party.
You’d think Mitt Romney would be happier about the court affirming his health insurance mandate.
I saw my first Rosemont Copper ad yesterday (and my second and third as well…). The ad notes, and I’m not sure where this stat comes from, that the proposed mine will only use 20% of the water that a Pecan grove will.
Gee…who are they trying to take a shot at?
The other night, Ron Barber said that he will strive to represent even the people that didn’t vote for him. Can anyone imagine Jesse Kelly saying the same thing if he won?
Tim Stellar has a piece in the Star this morning about Paul Babeu using Pinal County Sheriff’s Department employees in an ad, even though he’s under federal investigation for using his employees for his congressional campaign on county time.
I’m not stunned that he’d do such a thing; I’m stunned that he’s still running for congress.
Instead of saying “The sheriff denies the allegations,” could we amend that to “The sheriff denies the allegations, but will brag about them in front of the right audience”?
Boy, our Governor sure put that uppity president in his place, right?
Oh, way to fit in a plug for your book too, Cervecera.
I’m glad I’m not the only one that sees the irony in Herman Cain’s travails resulting in support for Newt Gingrich.