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October 12, 2011
jeffmiller:

Huntsman was right.

Talk about cross-promotion.

jeffmiller:

Huntsman was right.

Talk about cross-promotion.

12:34 // 2 years ago
10:29 // 2 years ago
I wish I knew that he was willing to listen to my advice, I would have given him some: I would have told him not to impeach Clinton, I would have told his successors not to go to war with Iraq, and I would have told [Tom] DeLay not to go on the dance show.
Rep. Barney Frank • Getting in an ice burn on Newt Gingrich, who ripped him and fellow Dodd-Frank architect Christopher Dodd, suggesting they should go to jail for daring to pass a financial reform. “If you want to put people in jail, you ought to start with Barney Frank and Chris Dodd,” Gingrich claimed during Tuesday night’s debate. As you might guess, Frank took umbrage with that assessment: “This notion we caused the problem that started while they were in charge even by Gingrich’s standards is very odd.” source (viafollow)
10:20 // 2 years ago
October 11, 2011
23:39 // 2 years ago
21:58 // 2 years ago
I’m absolutely devoted to making America the strongest country in the world, and if that’s not your objective, don’t vote for me. We already have a President who doesn’t have that objective.
Mitt Romney, closing out the debate.
21:53 // 2 years ago
When asked whether soaring levels of income disparity in America are acceptible, Rick Perry steamed right past and stuck with an anti-Obama message, saying that the President is the number one impediment to getting the economy back on track. Rick Santorum chimed in subsequently, talking about the “breakdown” of the family (he actually slipped gay marriage into it, too), but in terms of specifics on the question, it’s clear income disparity wasn’t something either man much wanted to discuss in moral terms.

When asked whether soaring levels of income disparity in America are acceptible, Rick Perry steamed right past and stuck with an anti-Obama message, saying that the President is the number one impediment to getting the economy back on track. Rick Santorum chimed in subsequently, talking about the “breakdown” of the family (he actually slipped gay marriage into it, too), but in terms of specifics on the question, it’s clear income disparity wasn’t something either man much wanted to discuss in moral terms.

21:50 // 2 years ago
inothernews:

dcdecoder:

Jon Huntsman’s daughters lower the boom on Mitt Romney. Oh no they didn’t…

Daughters of your former U.S. Ambassador to China, y’all.

Huntsman always was supposed to be the “hip” candidate.

inothernews:

dcdecoder:

Jon Huntsman’s daughters lower the boom on Mitt Romney. Oh no they didn’t…

Daughters of your former U.S. Ambassador to China, y’all.

Huntsman always was supposed to be the “hip” candidate.

(Source: dcdecoder, via the-bryman-deactivated20120620)

21:47 // 2 years ago
i don’t think the federal government should be involved in that type of investment, period.
Rick Perry, speaking on Solyndra, the solar technology company which received a government loan guarantee of over $500 million before filing for bankruptcy. He explained that he doesn’t have a problem with states leveraging its funds to try to spark innovation and hiring, however, and that’s a good thing — Perry has been proactive in pushing for certain industry subsidies within Texas.
21:41 // 2 years ago