His ideas - and the other Republican presidential candidates' ideas - are "outdated" and "from the dark-ages."
Arlene Holt Baker, executive vice president of the AFL-CIO, welcomed the Justice Department's recent decision to strike down voter ID laws in Texas and Wisconsin.
The defeat of eight-term Congressman Dennis Kucinich in last week's Democratic primary was a huge disappointment to the voters of Cuyahoga County.
Calling it "the single most restrictive voter eligibility law" in the nation, Judge David Flanagan issued a temporary injunction stopping the state's requirement to show a photo ID in the April 3 elections.
The GOP-run House has split into warring factions over its version - so much so that Republican leaders are threatening their own caucus.
Republican voters, not more than 25 percent of whom strongly support any of the GOP presidential candidates, delivered a split decision the Super Tuesday primaries.
Security proceeded aggressively to rip the protesters' posters from their hands; Romney, meanwhile, hesitated for a moment, listening to the shouts.
Ohio's right wing Republican governor John Kasich worked Monday to pull his foot out of his own mouth.