Mitt Romney 2016

With Romney Out, Jeb Bush Gets a Boost

With 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s announcement that he will not pursue the 2016 presidential nomination, the conservative grassroots may be celebrating. They thought of Romney as a political squish, a flip-flopper, the creator of Romneycare and the blunderer of “the 47 percent.”

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Media Attack Romney For Real Estate Buys

After being defeated by President Barack Obama in 2012, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney appears to have gone on a real estate spree — building two large homes and purchasing a third.

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Democrats Mock Mitt Romney’s Campaign Against Poverty

Politico calls Romney’s mention of eradicating poverty “The reinvention of Mitt Romney” but wastes no time in pointing out all the criticism now headed Romney’s way, courtesy of Democrats.


The Spectator: The Sadness of Mitt 2016

This article was originally posted in The Spectator and written by Alex Massie: The suggestion Mitt Romney might make another run for the Presidency of the United States made me think of a line from one of my father’s novels: ‘There’s


Palin on Romney 2016 Run: ‘We Need New Blood’

In an appearance on “Inside Edition” on Wednesday, former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) weighed in on a potential 2016 run by former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA), the 2012 Republican nominee and a 2008 candidate for president. According to Palin, Romney