With soaring public approval ratings, Bill Clinton calls on Americans to back Obama's economic plan. But he also puts the focus back on a struggling economy – uncertain terrain for Obama.
That's what it's starting to look like. But looks can be deceiving.
That distinctive downward point in the hairline of Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney's running mate, may be a sign of bigger things to come. Research shows a widow's peak is a plus in politics. It certainly didn't hurt President Reagan.
President Obama and Mitt Romney delivered foreign policy speeches to the VFW this week, but neither offered great detail on how they will deal with a fractious world. With Romney on a trip to Britain, Israel, and Poland, let's hope both candidates put tawdry domestic policy sniping on hold.
President Obama and Mitt Romney have changed their scheduled events today. The president addressed the Colorado shooting tragedy this morning, saying It's a chance to put divisive rhetoric aside and try to bring the nation together. Romney also addressed the theater shooting.