On Monday, Obama and Romney will debate foreign policy. Recent surveys indicate that Americans, on at least two important issues, are feeling increasingly hard-nosed which probably means advantage Romney.
Regarding Iran’s nuclear program, early in the year more Americans felt it was more important to take a firm stand (50 per cent) than to . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: Americans increasingly belligerent as foreign policy debate looms
Mitt Romney’s dismissal of almost half of the American people as parasites even offended some members of his own party. Nonetheless, the now famous 47 per cent video not only revealed the real Romney, it revealed the real Republican.
In response to a recent survey, only 40 per cent of Republicans agreed with the statement, . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: Romney really does represent Republicans
An interesting article in an Al Jazeera blog poses the question, Who is Obama really running against? The answer isn’t Mitt Romney. It’s Obama himself, or at least the 2008 version. The author suggests that the 2012 Obama, revealed after four years in office, is so different—as in disappointing—from the earlier version, that he may . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: Obama’s twin challenges