Almost four months after his bitter defeat, Romney admits that ‘it kills him not to be president’.
Watch: Mitt Romney Speaks Out
Marco Rubio knows how old the Earth is after all. The Florida Republican Senator and likely 2016 presidential candidate drew a heavy dose of mockery when he told GQ that the age of the Earth is “one of the great mysteries,” and added “I’m not a scientist, man,” and “there are multiple theories about how the Earth was created.”
Two weeks after saying that he does not regret having a Romney tattoo at all, Eric Hartsburg finally has a change of mind. “I had a little change of heart,” he confessed, saying that he will now have the tattoo removed.
House Speaker John Boehner recently announced who will chair all of the major House committees in the next Congress. And it turns out that they all have something in common besides party affiliation: they are all white men.
Like every week, Bill Maher has laid down his own new rules and this time he is a bit concerned about friends un-following Mitt Romney on Facebook following his defeat in presidential elections. Romney began to lose great number of followers on Facebook after the US elections and Bill thinks that is not cool. However, he thinks that Mitt shouldn’t feel let down.
Like several other prominent Republicans, Newt Gingrich slammed Mitt Romney’s comment that he lost because President Obama offered “gifts” to African-Americans, Hispanics, and young voters. “I just think it’s nuts,” Gingrich said. “I mean, first of all, it’s insulting.”
Fox News didn’t have a lot of positive ways to spin Romney’s crushing defeat to President Obama; therefore they decided to choose some lame and baseless reasons to lay blame. Their latest target included single women and Jon Stewart in his latest episode is not ready to spare them.
Watch: Single Women Voter Coverage
American Pie star Jason Biggs is brushing off criticism he received during the recent election season for vulgar tweets he made about the wives of Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan.
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Karl Rove got the ‘Simpsons’ treatment for his infamous stand-off with his own people during Fox News’s election night coverage. In the opening credits of the longtime Fox cartoon, bad-body Bart Simpson writes on his school blackboard, ‘I will not concede the election till Karl Rove gives me permission.’
With Obama earning a second term, it seems as if Republican Newt Gingrich now has a change of heart. In the aftermath of Obama’s election victory over Mitt Romney, New Gingrich said it’s time for the Republican Party ‘to stop, take a deep breath and learn.’
Eric Hartsburg, a pro-wrestler from Indiana was perhaps a little too confident about Romney’s win in the US elections!
When Jon Stewart returned to ‘The Daily Show’ after election night coverage, there was just one thing he wanted to discuss, the absolute meltdown of Fox News after President Obama was re-elected. Even days before the election, no one at Fox or Republicans seemed to think that Mitt Romney losing was a possibility.