As the East Coast braces for a massive storm, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are trying to cover up the fact that if elected they intend to cut funding for both FEMA and disaster relief.
The Economist concludes that Barack Obama has had the second-most positive effect on the economic mood ever has managed in a single term, and that Republicans in general have a negative effect on it.
Romney’s apparent lack of knowledge on foreign policy matters, and his apparent lack of concern about learning anything more could be devastating.
If people didn’t know any better, they might think that Governor Mitt Romney was actually an Obama campaign surrogate.
Here is a list of 24 myths that Romney told in the debate on foreign policy last night.
It seems self-evident that tax-cuts should stimulate the economy. It seems so self-evident, that we discuss the theory as if it were a known fact. We don’t even question the claim. But history offers us some evidence that tax cuts don’t stimulate the economy.
On the day before an election that is supposed to hinge on jobs, taxes and the middle class, Bain Capital will ship 170 good, high-tech jobs to China.
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