Ron Paul has a new ad that slams the political world's sudden obsession with Etch A Sketch toys, following a Romney aide's unfortunate comment about them.
Throughout his political career, Mitt Romney has relied on the ability to ignore past platforms and start fresh from campaign to campaign. But in the video age, the past is harder to erase.
A group of CEOs is launching a two-week lobbying and media blitz on corporate taxes, keyed to the fact that on April 1, Japan will officially lower its corporate tax rate.
A Romney aide said that for the fall campaign, the candidate could hit the reset button, making the comparison to how the toy works. But the Romney Etch A Sketch comment may not be remembered for long.