1. A new editorial by Paul Krugman contends that Mitt Romney is banking on the collective amnesia of the American People. In particular, Romney has been attacking Obama for lousy job growth, a slow economic recovery, etc, etc. What Romney has not mentioned is that many of the things he is criticizing Obama for are things that were facilitated or that occurred during the Bush administration.
2. A piece by Frank Rich delves into the donors to political campaigns and how the Citizens United ruling has reshaped our election system. When it was passed, the majority opinion of the SC was that limitless money from anonymous donors would have no direct impact on the integrity of our elections and would not even create the appearance of corruption. They may have underestimated humanity with this one...
3. Mitt Romney is making waves all on his own, too. Today, he agreed with President Obama's plan to keep student loan interest rates at their current level. The plan will mean easier rates for new grads to deal with, especially good news since some new numbers show recent grads have a 50/50 shot at being unemployed or underemployed after leaving school.
4. Scott Walker has once again added fuel to the recall fire by repealing Wisconsin's Equal Pay Law which makes it easier for women to sue for discrimination in the workplace. Walker, who has made a number of questionable decisions and has been a major target for the Left, has once again proven that there is no level to low for some politicians to sink.