Short answer: Yes, but…
Post-election gripes about “urban areas” and “gifts” should discredit the 2012 GOP ticket.
The irony of the final count from the 2012 election is that the GOP nominee will finish with 47 percent. Perhaps he shouldn’t have tried to divide and conquer.
Right-wing pundits are pointing fingers at Romney's "moderate" positions, the 47 percent, the media and even Hurricane Sandy—but never at the conservative movement itself.
In this election, the deepest division was over whether we are all in this together.
The president actually won a significant victory. Now, he should do something with it.
No more undecideds.
On the campaign trail Monday, Mitt blamed President Obama for the lack of bipartisanship in Washington, and promised to fix it.
Despite the list of Obama's foreign policy failures, there's no question that Romney's cabinet of neconservative war hawks would be even worse.
From climate change to emergency response, Sandy should have made Republicans rethink their positions. But it didn’t.