Browsing All posts tagged under »Mitt Romney«

Game Over for Romney

September 18, 2012


written by Robert Pollard Just when you thought Mitt Romney had decided to stop entertaining us with his campaign trail gaffes he goes and delivers his finest one to date. Polls were suggesting that his message was already struggling to cut through to voters, with Obama establishing healthy leads in the majority of swing states. […]

Bigmouth Strikes Again

August 8, 2012


written by Robert Pollard The moronic Mormon provides another gaffe to remember  Another fundraiser, another fuck up for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, this time in Iowa. Mitt Romney is a gift that keeps on giving; a well of comedy that refuses to run dry. Only problem is, he’s running for president of the […]

#RomneyShambles 2 – The Israel Edition

July 31, 2012


written by Robert Pollard Mitt accused of racism once again whilst upping the ante on Iran After leaving a trail of mishaps and cock-ups on his visit to Britain, Mitt Romney’s tri-nation tour continued in the same vein in Israel. After pissing the British off in grand style, the square-headed muppet from Michigan was at […]


July 27, 2012


written by Robert Pollard Mitt’s gaffe-laden visit to the UK has seen him mocked in grand style. In case you’ve missed it, Mitt Romney has been in Britain this week and the Republican Party’s nominee for president has had an absolute nightmare. What started as a well intended visit to firm up relations with Britain […]

Video: Obama sings the blues

February 23, 2012


written by Robert Pollard for New Statesman Another fine performance from the president. Following on from his version of Al Green’s Let’s Stay Together in New York last month (see below), President Obama has now moved on to the blues. Last night at the White House he gave us another impromptu song, performing Sweet Home […]

Are the swing states embracing Obama again?

February 20, 2012


written by Robert Pollard for New Statesman – Star Spangled Staggers blog President opens up lead against all Republican candidates in key battlegrounds. The re-election of Barack Obama may well be back on. After watching the economy tank and the president struggling to make his promised sweeping reforms, many American swing voters were in a […]