– The New York Times’ editorial staff tore into Mitt Romney for failing to disclose his tax returns and keeping his overseas holdings, thought to be worth millions, shrouded in secrecy.
– From the Department of Exercises in Futility comes the Congressional Republicans’ 31st attempt to overturn the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a vote that will likely pass along party lines today and once again achieve exactly nothing.
– Mitt Romney will address the annual NAACP national convention today in Texas, but as Mother Jones points out, Romney’s past relationship with the organization while Governor doesn’t inspire much confidence that the speech will be well received.
– Months of campaigning, polling, and pandering, reduced into one infographic [click for full version]:
– No matter how you deal with the semantics of “outsourcing” versus “offshoring,” claiming that Mitt Romney isn’t responsible for any of it is a fool’s errand. Or rather, Romney campaign surrogate and former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu’s errand:
– And finally: It’s a small world in the nation’s least populated state. The hottest political race in Hot Springs County, Wyoming this fall won’t be the presidential election but the race for county coroner, where Mike Mortimer is facing stiff competition…from his younger brother Mark.