Skip to comments.The Romney transition effort moves on (Getting ready for next year)
Posted on 09/25/2012 1:12:35 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Anna Palmer had a sharp story on the home page about the Mitt Romney transition effort, which is rolling along efficiently and persistently on a parallel track to the Romney campaign:
"The transition is being led by former Bush Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt, a former Utah governor and fellow Mormon who is expected to play a senior role in any Romney White House.
The transition effort while necessary and appropriate for a GOP nominee so close to the election is a jarring contrast to a campaign that appears on the ropes to many Republican strategists. Receiving no bump from the Tampa convention, Romney is plowing ahead with a methodical approach to staffing his would-be administration, despite the fact that his campaign is said by some to need a radical makeover.
Romney has had a tough couple of weeks following criticism of President Barack Obama on foreign policy and the revelation on a secretly-recorded fundraising tape that he believes 47 percent of Americans are dependent on the government.Their task is doing their job no matter what, said a source close to the campaign. Just because the guy had a crap week last week, doesnt mean they stop. This is a very volatile presidential race. They have to prepare as if he wins....
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
I'm guessing you won't see any of this nonsense.
It is getting silly now..
Better than the comic strips!
Politico upset Romney is not buying corrupt lib polls.
I think Romney's gonna wipe the floor with B. Hussein obama (mmm mmm mmm) in the debates. I predict that Obama (mmm mmm mmm) is gonna try some sort of intimidation move during the debates, a la Clinton-Dole 1996 or Gore-Bush 2000, but Romney's gonna make him back down.
One more thing- Romney was supposed to have his “horrible week”? Why did he gain 6 points?
His internals must be looking great. Ask yourself was McCain implementing a transition team in 08? We are winning this thing.
Here is something I keep asking myself. If Obama is the sure winner, where are all the Obama signs? I live in Phoenix and have not seen one Obama sign. In 2008, they were everywhere. If there is so much Obama pride, why are the Obama supporters so ashamed of exhibiting his signs?
"MY CHAIR! MINE!...MINE!MINE!MINE!MINE!MINE!
Any transition should include an exact and specific inventory of everything that’s not nailed down in DC.
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