Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney took aim at Democratic rivals on Sunday, calling them all unprepared to lead the country and comparing economic plan of Hilliary Clinton to that of Socialist Karl Marx.What is a rational response to this? Well, it's simply pointing out how it is silly to demonize someone calling them a communist. This is, of course, 2007. Really now Mitt.
A Clinton spokeswoman shot back, challenging Romney's record.Sound-byte answered with sound-byte. And the American political system gets another unfortunate, proverbial kick in the groin.
"Given how often Romney flip-flops, tomorrow he will be touting his membership in the Communist Party," Kathleen Strand said.
''We want to do all we can to ensure safety ... and to quell everyone's concerns,'' said Abe, whose ruling party is trailing in the polls. ''I want to get a picture of what happened and also want everyone to feel a little bit more secure.''Yes, seeing Prime Minster Abe always makes me feel a little bit more secure.
"I respect the jury's verdict," Bush said in a statement. "But I have concluded that the prison sentence given to Mr. Libby is excessive. Therefore, I am commuting the portion of Mr. Libby's sentence that required him to spend thirty months in prison."
Some of our opponents have tried to deflect attention from the obvious power and momentum of the movement we’re building by pointing to national polls, that are all but meaningless. Indeed, at this juncture four years ago, Joe Lieberman had a solid lead in national polls. In the fall of 2003, the leaders were Howard Dean and Wesley Clark. You’ll recall, none of these men were the nominee.More here.