As President of the United States, one must prepare for nearly every possible scenario, good or bad, and it appears as if Mitt Romney was prepared for the good, but not prepared for what would happen if he did not win the election.
President Barack Obama was re-elected to a second term Tuesday, defeating his Republican Challenger Mitt Romney and ending a bitterly fought campaign. The Obama campaign rolled up victories in key swing states such as Michigan, Ohio, Colorado and Iowa.
Chrysler's CEO slammed Mitt Romney on Tuesday for an ad that leaves the misleading impression that Chrysler plans to ship American jobs to China — Ohio ones in particular — as a result of President Barack Obama's policies.
If Mitt Romney's 5-point plan for fixing the current economy crisis looks familiar to you that's because it recycles — nearly word for word — from the same playbook as John McCain in 2008 and George W. Bush in 2004.
In the first debate Romney dominated, however, the race remains deadlocked. Bill Lewis gives five things that Romney can do to increase his chances of winning the next debate; and potentially the race for the White House.
A popular family-run Mexican Cafe in Denver has received hate calls and death threats for refusing to allow their business to serve as a photo op for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign.