Skip to comments.Time to lay off Mitt bashing? Mitt, Bachmann and Palin are the only ones speaking up?
Posted on 04/20/2010 7:14:49 AM PDT by Cringing Negativism Network
Truth in advertising:
I've been an off and on, Mitt Romney supporter.
By and large, off. But I'm beginning to wonder if maybe Mitt deserves a second look.
McCain is a slimy chump.
Please don’t try that misrepresentation of what I’m saying.
That's the funniest thing I've read all day. Thanks for the laugh.
I have just one word for you:
Yes, Mtt does deserve a second look.
Partisans are often BLIND.
‘m not happy with this health care bill in Mass.. I am also unhappy with Palin and her endorsing McPain. Mitt has learned from his mistake, but Palin insists on pushig RINO’s - McPain. Palin is a Populist; not a Conservative but people are too dumb to see the difference.
I would vote for MItt as President and Palin as VP. The two would be good in getting this country on the RIGHT track.
Have a blast Mitt bashers. That’s just the way it is for us.
I really hope we can get conservatives on the ballot.
Mitt ain’t one.
Fresh one...? ;)
People like Myth Romney RINO progressives that they are are the reason we are in the place we are.
MITT needs to go, and now. He draws 50 people to his book signings.
For me, he has zero credibility even if I like what he says at a given moment because I am sure he said the exact opposite in the past.
Several observations on Romney. He has failed to lead. He has set back primarily and observed the battle against Health Care. He has not fully embraced the Tea Parties. He was responsible for a Health Care plan much like Obama’s being put in place in Massachussetts. I just wish someone could show me how the man governed as a Conservative in Massachussetts. Also I don’t believe his social conservatism. I believe he is clearly open to the same old soft Republican ideas that lost the GOP power. If the winds were to change would he stand against Cap and Trade? No he’d accept the premises of the left and we’d have a Republican version of a bill to stop Climate Change. We one the right need to stop hoping for an easy win. It isn’t going to happen.
What we need is a candidate that at least can speak to the founding principles and stand up against the left no matter what is thrown at them. Sarah Palin is the only one who has done this. She is far from the perfect candidate but she is a fighter and she is one of us and it is about time someone who has actually worked in the private sector who has a history of standing up against the wind and someone who hasn’t been brainwashed in ivy leage schools. Someone who hasn’t hired illegal aliens (Mitt did).
Mitt if only he’d prove his alliegiances. Renounce Romneycare and really for once attack the left full on and stand his ground then maybe I’d believe his conversion but the way it stand John McCain is still more conservative than Mitt Romney.
How to get a 200+ post thread:
1. Suggest that Romney isn’t all bad. Check
2. Short vanity. Check
3. Mention Palin in the title. Check
4. Ask a seemingly naive question. Check
5. Voice an opinion that is directly contrary to what JimRob has stated. Check
I don’t think I am very interested in Mitt, but I sure could use a break from all of the bashing which is just tiresome and just doesn’t contribute much to the forum.
He sure does! Why, I'm even warming to Barack Obama! I mean, when Romney endorses ObamaCare, it's time for me to rethink them both.
Heck, was communism really THAT bad? Maybe it will work this time!
Uh, Palin supports Juan McCain? WTF?
Romney can piss off.
Could it be the combination of Palin and Romney, would be... well, call it what you will.
But it sure beats wimpy, wimpy, wimpy.
Which is how we got in this mess!!
Anyone else thinking as an alternative maybe Palin / Rubio? Just saying.
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