Romney inadvertently got his facts wrong about the fake Apple store, but his statements about IP infringement were purposely misleading.
Pity Mitt Romney. While his anti-China rhetoric may be resonating with some voters in Midwest swing states, key GOP constituencies are not amused.
I’d call Romney’s latest dishonest/ignorant China ad an abortion, but now that he’s running for president, Mitt isn’t pro choice anymore.
Romney’s anti-China rhetoric reaches new heights of stupidity with a recent comment about government borrowing and China’s role as creditor to the U.S.
At this point in the campaign, I think we know enough about Mitt Romney’s foreign policy skills to make some fairly accurate predictions.
The media and the Democrats are now slyly suggesting that foreign investment and the use of special purpose companies is somehow nefarious.
China bashers like Mitt Romney might consider going on holiday for a year or two. You’re wasting your time, guys.
The whole guilt-by-association thing in politics is generally ludicrous notwithstanding the target. Today’s victim is Mitt Romney, and the New York Times story is weak at best. As the Chinese government forges ahead on a multibillion-dollar effort to blanket the country with surveillance cameras, one American company stands to profit: Bain Capital, the private equity…
Last year, Romney was easily the biggest China basher on the Republican side, so Trump’s endorsement comes as no surprise. These guys believe that a combination of harsh language and illegal tariffs will balance U.S.-China trade. As I’ve said before, Romney doesn’t really believe in all this talk. Trump, on the other hand, does appear…
Jon Huntsman was honest about his China policy and went down in flames. Maybe Romney’s mendacity is the smart move with this crowd.
Let’s keep it real. As ridiculous and misleading as China bashing is, it currently resonates with unemployed, pissed off American voters.
Pro-business Republicans like Romney have only one goal for U.S.-China trade: stability. Romney’s plan would introduce instability, and I’m sure he’d never implement it.