During a radio interview with Dennis Miller yesterday, Mitt Romney said, “I have to admit, being able to go back to our own life and going to the grocery store and shopping on my own is kind of nice to be by myself without a bunch of people hanging around with me. I like the life of being an American citizen. It’s good to live a normal life again.” So glad I could help him out with that. … Comments »
Scott Prouty is the young man who took a camera to a Mitt Romney fundraiser hoping just to get a picture with the candidate and came away with the video that rocked the 2012 campaign — the infamous 47% remarks. On The Ed Show this evening he explained that the video lay in a drawer … Continue reading Thank you, Scott Prouty!
(Updated March 13 @ 12:12 pm MDT) The man who recorded Mitt Romney’s infamous “47%” comments was inspired to do so because of Bill Clinton, according to a story on Huffington Post. The filmmaker was a bartender working at a Clinton fundraiser and remembered that after his speech, Clinton made his way back to the … Continue reading 47% filmmaker to appear on The Ed Show Wednesday night
Just a note to my older readers: President Obama promised to protect our Social Security and Medicare benefits. Instead, he has voluntarily added the “chained CPI” to his concessions to the Republicans. Over time it will reduce our SS benefits and is a violation of his promise to us. I urge you to call or write him and your Democratic representatives in Washington today to protest this sell-out. (One easy way to send an email to all of them is Congress.org.) … Comments »
It’s not possible to be a fair, objective political reporter in American today. Oh, you can try. You can have the best intentions in the world. You can do intense research, get at least two sources for everything, etc. But if your report treats both sides equally, then each will accuse you of favoring the … Continue reading Election 2012: The biggest story went unreported
By now the nation knows that Colorado voted yesterday to legalize recreational marijuana. Not by statute, as one might expect, but by constitutional amendment. Colorado is odd that way, sticking all sorts of stuff into its constitution when it ought to just be a new state statute. We became the “first” state to legalize weed … Continue reading Legal pot; goodie for Colorado (not)