They said I was mad! They laughed at me! But who's laughing now?
He won't say whether he'd keep his $400,000 presidential salary.
Pretty sure he didn't plan it this way, though.
Obama's chief political strategist weighs in on campaign finance, gay marriage, and Mitt Romney.
Part of his shift on gay issues as governor of Massachusetts.
For example, any town in a majority of the states in the country.
Obama or Romney?
Super-PAC Priorities USA has released another ad featuring people laid off by Mitt Romney.
Also, he's open to running for vice-president.
Obama thinks the private sector is fine, Romney can't identify a doughnut ... mmm, doughnuts...
Guess which helps whom, politically?
The first place Republicans are trying it out: Michigan.
By more than $15 million.
He has an elaborate fantasy about an imaginary Obama decision about health care. It's kind of disturbing.
Romney delivers a decent joke.
Romney's La Jolla neighbors don't like his politics, or his habit of turning in pot-smokers.
He only has to figure out where to send it.
He's realized 2012 was "probably my time."