Skip to comments.(Liar) Romney's 'Conservative Agenda' ad pitch ("I'm going to get rid of Obamacare")
Posted on 12/26/2011 6:59:39 AM PST by rabscuttle385
Mitt Romney once again pitches himself as the presidential candidate best poised to effectively reform government, in a new ad set to run in Iowa.
The 30-second spot, which features footage from a speech by the former Massachusetts governor, will run in the Hawkeye State ahead of the first-in-the-nation Jan. 3 caucuses.
"I'm going to do something to government. I'm going to make it simpler and smaller and smarter, getting rid of programs, turning programs back to states, and finally making government itself more efficient," Romney says in the commercial, titled "Conservative Agenda."
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Mittens, do you really think we're that stupid?
2011: "I'm going to repeal Obamacare" (watch video at 0:11)
Mitt Romney in Worcester 2002 “My views are progressive”
Well, I believe him. He doesn’t have any reason to keep Obamacare if Romneycare is on the table.
...and call it "Romneycare."
None of this matters. He’s headed to the nomination and defeat in November. Time to focus on senate and congressional seats in the face of the inevitable second term of Obama.
Romney’s been saying he’ll issue waivers to all 50 states for Obamacare. Two questions come to mind when I hear that:
Is it legal?
Can the state governor refuse a waiver?
BS! Romney would probably say anything at this point to get the nomination. I wouldn’t trust anything he said at this point........ Sadly I don’t think his ego will let him quit...I can see him hanging around until the GOP elites just say it’s his “Turn” like DOLE! Maybe in 2020.....
All Obama needs is a 14 year old an old Macbook to make all the commercials he needs on this guy.
And these are the same people that bi*ch about people NOT voting for him because he's LDS.
Just freakin’ sad!
I have yet to meet ONE person that plans to vote for Romney that is NOT a Mormon.
He is desperate.
Yes he does, and for the most part he's right. Look who won the republican nomination the last time. Look who the front runners are this time.
He and Zero are cut from the same socialist cloth. He agrees with Zero on everything substantial. The only reason he is running is because he is slightly more narcissistic than Zero.
This feels like Mc-lame deja vu all over again.......
Wall street wants Romney and the Dims are salivating that he will be the nominee.
JANUARY 3, 2012
Mr. Good Enough
Mitt Romney lost the nomination in 2008 because of his lack of focus and a reputation for shifting his message. He’s learned something this time around.
By KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL
Voters aren’t convinced by Mitt Romney. They’re not certain of his convictions; they wonder if he is the leader for these times; they’re not sold on his policies or his personality. Yet voters may be about to make the former Massachusetts governor the Republican nominee for the presidency. Mark this down as the triumph of strategy over inspiration.
As Iowans head to their caucuses Tuesday, Mr. Romney has come from behind to lead in the polls. A victory herewhere he was once written offfollowed by a coup in New Hampshire could well knit up the nomination. That outcome would be the result of a lot of luck, mistakes by his rivals, and a shrewdand ruthlesscampaign by Mr. Romney himself.