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Republican presidential candidate former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney takes a question as he holds a town hall meeting Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, in Sun Lakes, Ariz.

Top Talker: Romney says Dick Cheney is the kind of person I want for VP

09/15/11 09:40AM

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, campaigning in Arizona yesterday, began the Republican push to woo voters in the battleground state. Speaking to a crowd of nearly 800, Romney was asked about choosing a running mate. The former Governor said his only criteria is that the person could make a great president, offering praise for a former vice president. read more

Morning Headlines: Thursday, Sept. 15th

09/15/11 05:52AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Tim Geithner says Europe will not be a Lehman BrothersRick Perry talks about his relationship with GodRomney praises CheneyRogue trader loses $2 billion, UBS saysSome Democrats balking at Obama's jobs billReally, Pat Robertson?23-year-old former Marine will receive a Medal of Honor todayElizabeth Warren talks about her Senate bidSAT reading scores dropHouse to vote on bill targeting Boeing labor caseThere may have been a meteor in the Southwest read more

British invasion: New sandwich shop hits NYC

British invasion: New sandwich shop hits NYC

09/14/11 08:00PM

John Montagu and Robert Earl join Morning Joe to discuss the opening of the Earl of Sandwich shop in midtown Manhattan, which is named after the Earl of Sandwich. He invented the sandwich in 1762. Earl is also a co-owner of the Everton Football Club. watch

Rep. Ryan: Obama clinging to class warfare

Rep. Ryan: Obama clinging to class warfare

09/14/11 08:00PM

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis. has released a new video outlining a three-point plan for tax reform. He joins Morning Joe to discuss his ideas for eliminating corporate loopholes benefiting the country's top one percent, lowering tax rates, and simplifying the... watch

Is US focusing on the wrong kinds of jobs?

Is US focusing on the wrong kinds of jobs?

09/14/11 08:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including CNBC's Jim Cramer and Mike Barnicle – discusses the president's recent jobs speeches. And House Speaker Boehner will get in on the action Thursday with a speech that will urge the deficit super committee... watch

Time editor: Perry the gunslinger in the...

Time editor: Perry the gunslinger in the GOP saloon

09/14/11 08:00PM

Time’s Rick Stengel joins Morning Joe to reveal the magazine's new issue, which focuses on the rise of Texas Gov. Rick Perry and his popularity as a GOP '12 presidential candidate. Time reporter Joe Klein says during debates, Perry can seem both... watch

Job speech gives Obama a boost in new poll

Job speech gives Obama a boost in new poll

09/14/11 08:00PM

A new Ipsos/Reuters poll shows that President Obama's approval ratings rose to 47 percent after his jobs speech, but the same poll shows that 68 percent of respondents think the U.S. is on the wrong track. Vanity Fair's Carl Bernstein joins Morning Joe... watch

Quote of the Day: Sam Stein on why NY-9 shows things not good for Obama

09/14/11 12:50PM

Sam Stein, Huffington Post: “You can read any poll numbers, and it shows the president is immensely unpopular among people who he should be popular with. I think he won the district by 55 percent in 2008. Right now his favorability in that district is under 40; that’s not a good sign for Obama. But then you have to understand this district is likely to be gone in about 14 months when redistricting happens. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for September 14, 2011

09/14/11 10:25AM

MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA  BY MAUREEN DOWDNEW YORK TIMES said she considered her main job to be distracting and soothing her husband ... she did not see herself as an Eleanor Roosevelt, wanting to pester him about some pressing political matter. “I remember I said it in an interview once,” she recalled, “... ‘Where do you get your opinions?’ And I said, ‘I get all my opinions from my husband.’ Which is true. How could I have any political opinions, you know? His were going to be the best. And I could never conceive of not voting for whoever my husband was for. But the young Mrs. read more

Morning Headlines: Wednesday, Sept. 14th

09/14/11 05:52AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?There was a special election in New York last night. It was over Weiner's seat.Republican wins easily in Nevada special electionElizabeth Warren will runYou know how those U.S. hikers were going to be freed? Well, it's a bit complicatedRivera notches up 600th save, closes in on recordAttack on Kabul ends after 20 hours of fightingNearly one in six in poverty in the U.S.; children hit hard, Census saysGirls played on Fallon last night, and it was good read more

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