Videos recorded in the last month or so apparently caught Mitt Romney speaking perhaps a bit too frankly to a captive group of donors. The covertly-recorded videos, spotlighted by the liberal publication Mother Jones, reveal that the Republican nominee has a more controversial view of a significant percentage of the American electorate than has perhaps been heard from him before.
Mother Jones‘s David Corn didn’t shy away from presenting the videos with a dash of cloak-and-dagger theatrics:
They say the high altitude in Denver lowers your appetite; and anyway whatever the altitude doesn’t do, the selection does.
But it’s looking like a long hard slog through this evening at Invesco Field for any journalists who didn’t fill up before coming here: this is a picture of the Press dining area.
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“I think my bureau will be almost as big as the Time magazine bureau,” David Corn was telling The Observer on Monday afternoon, a kid-in-a-candy-store excitement in his voice. That morning, Mr. Corn—whose name for years has been synonymous with the Washington coverage of the country’s most prominent magazine of the left, The Nation—had been Read More