“We’ve got a constitutional scholar as president. … If I were him, I’d consider suing Harvard Law School to get his money back because I’m not sure what he learned in three years.”
“The Department of Justice’s new Washington strategy to red tape and regulate the program to death.”
“We want to take back the Republican brand from D.C. For too long, we’ve outsourced it to Washington.”
The Obama Justice Department’s relentless campaign to deny low-income and often minority children the opportunity to escape failing public school …
“I am in this business to win. I don’t know why you are in it. I am in this to win.”
Too much, too soon?
“My kids could go and find $83 billion out of a $4 trillion budget.”
“The Obama administration ran it purely like a political campaign.”
“We are a populist party and need to make that clear.”
The times, they are a-changin.’
An end to birth-control politics?
Looking past the cliff.
School choice — or the lack thereof.
Via Politico, he doesn’t name names but he’s clearly talking about Jindal and Scott Walker at least, both of whom …
“The governor, more than anyone, knows that he doesn’t fit Boston’s VP mold.”
“Mr. Romney has reached a decision, his friends believe, and he may disclose it as soon as this week.”
Number 1 for Number 2 is …
And for good reason.
And I’d have to second that motion.
From hope n’ change to divide n’ blame.
“I suspect that many in the Obama administration really don’t believe in private enterprise.”
Whip it. Whip it good.
Flashback to the 60s