Tag Archive for Mitt Romney

Who will the OC Register Endorse for President?

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is remarkable in one respect — his lack of major newspaper endorsements for president.  Not a single newspaper among the top 100 highest circulation newspapers has endorsed the Donald. To date, his only newspaper endorsement is the Santa Barbara newspaper which offered a line that Trump was endorsed with no…

Electing Millionaires or Billionaires as President

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  The folks at Personal Capital, an outfit that helps people ascertain their assets and net worth, has examined the 2016 presidential candidate field based on the candidate’s net worth.  It’s highly likely the final two nominees for the two major parties will be millionaires.  The infographic above cuts to the chase. From Personal Capital’s…

The Short Memories of OC Register Editorial Page Writers

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Last week, the Orange County Register ran a column by Joseph Perkins that accused the White House of journalistic collusion with left wing media in which Perkins produces actual evidence of said collusion in the form of quotations from left wing media.  It’s a stunning “pot calls Kettle black” moment for a paper that leans…

Romney looks back on his campaign, regrets 47% comments

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If you were watching CNN yesterday, you may have caught an interview with Mitt and Ann Romney. In the interview they discussed Mitt’s failed campaign for President and whether he had any regrets. The biggest thing that came to mind was of course his 47% comments he made at a fundraiser dinner.

Goodbye 2012

As we stand on the edge of the fiscal cliff, waiting to see if the Republicans in Congress choose to walk back from the edge with Democrats or jump—pulling us all over into an economic abyss, I want to recall with you some of the highlights of 2012.

Math vs. Romney’s Irrational Exuberance

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The Romney/Ryan campaign’s post debate excitement seems to be a case of what former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan might call irrational exuberance. As with the math they have used to support their tax and budget plans, their figures just don’t add up.