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Romney = RINO
Rob Thompson

Posted on 07/10/2006 8:04:23 AM PDT by NHThompson

Mitt Romney to us, his neighbors...


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Can you say gay marriage? Can you say mandatory health insurance? Can you say biggest public works mess in American history, The Big Dig? Can you say RINO? We in New Hampshire can, we know one when we see one
1 posted on 07/10/2006 8:04:24 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: NHThompson

Of course he's a RINO. Calling Romney a conservative republican is like calling Elton John a man.


2 posted on 07/10/2006 8:05:37 AM PDT by JamesP81 ("Never let your schooling interfere with your education" --Mark Twain)
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To: Jeff Fuller

Pinging our resident Romney fan.


3 posted on 07/10/2006 8:14:32 AM PDT by newgeezer (Just my opinion, of course. Your mileage may vary.)
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To: newgeezer

There is one?


4 posted on 07/10/2006 8:16:12 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: NHThompson

Mitt Romney has been brainwashed, pass it on.


5 posted on 07/10/2006 8:16:19 AM PDT by ncountylee (Dead terrorists smell like victory)
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To: NHThompson
Democrats and RINOS hate the idea of personal responsibility.
If a person has to depend on the government for transportation, housing, etc, the government has more power over the people.
6 posted on 07/10/2006 8:20:00 AM PDT by HuntsvilleTxVeteran ("Remember the Alamo, Goliad and WACO, It is Time for a new San Jacinto")
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To: NHThompson

Having know Mitt since I was a teenager, I know your statement to be utterly false. He has been a leading voice in reversing the Gay Marriage ruling of the MA court, the Heritage Foundation, no Liberal cabal, endorsed his Healthcare plan (indeed, they helped craft it) and the Big Dig predates his administration by at least a decade. But then, this isn't really about his politics, now is it?


7 posted on 07/10/2006 8:22:17 AM PDT by Reaganesque
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To: NHThompson

Check his profile and posting history. You'd think he has a "man crush" on the guy! ;^)


8 posted on 07/10/2006 8:27:40 AM PDT by newgeezer (Just my opinion, of course. Your mileage may vary.)
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To: NHThompson

Yeah. No way would I choose Rommey. Don't trust him. Give me a Mormon from Utah who has a better political track record. It's not enough to claim you are for or against something. Show me the resume.


9 posted on 07/10/2006 8:35:44 AM PDT by The Ghost of FReepers Past (Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light..... Isaiah 5:20)
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To: NHThompson
Could you maybe post some substance to your allegations?

Gay marriage: Mitt was against it, but there wasn't really anything he could do. Actually, he did ensure that Mass wouldn't marry non-Mass residents, which was all he could do. Blaming Mitt for gay marriage is like blaming Jeb for the hurricane.

The big dig is an even sillier thing to blame him for: that's been around for a while: ground broke for it in 1991.

I can certainly see where he was coming from in the insurance plan. Right now, if you are taken to the hospital, you have to be treated. The hospital cannot turn you away. Thus, people who can afford insurance but choose not to buy it are, in effect, free-riding if they get taken to a hospital. It would be politically totally infeasible to allow hospitals not to treat people who couldn't show insurance. The insurance plan Mitt put into place was formulated by the Heritage Foundation.

There may be flaws with the insurance plan, sure, but Mitt is not a RINO.

10 posted on 07/10/2006 8:36:38 AM PDT by Koblenz (Holland: a very tolerant country. Until someone shoots you on a public street in broad daylight...)
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To: NHThompson

the big dig has been going on for the last decade

you can't blame this mostly federal project on romney.


11 posted on 07/10/2006 8:37:53 AM PDT by staytrue
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To: NHThompson

Why do you engage in slander when trying to pin the big dig on romney

from wikipedia

The project was conceived in the 1970s to replace the rusting elevated six-lane Central Artery. The expressway separated downtown from the waterfront, and was increasingly choked with bumper-to-bumper traffic. Business leaders were more concerned about access to Logan Airport, and pushed instead for a third harbor tunnel. In their second terms as governor and secretary of transportation, respectively, Michael Dukakis and Fred Salvucci, came up with the strategy of tying the two projects together—thereby combining the project that the business community supported with the project that they and the City of Boston supported.

Planning for the Big Dig officially began in 1982, with environmental impact studies starting in 1983. After years of extensive lobbying for federal dollars, a 1987 public works bill appropriating funding for the Big Dig was passed by U.S. Congress, but it was subsequently vetoed by President Ronald Reagan as being too expensive. When Congress overrode his veto, the project had its green light and ground was first broken in 1991.[1]


12 posted on 07/10/2006 8:40:21 AM PDT by staytrue
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To: The Ghost of FReepers Past; NHThompson; HuntsvilleTxVeteran; newgeezer
No way would I choose Rommey. Don't trust him.

your comment should be directed at the freeper who posted this mindless vanity.

who also registered 2 days ago.

13 posted on 07/10/2006 8:43:17 AM PDT by staytrue
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To: staytrue
hey--it only became of fed project when the state became to screwed up to handle it on their own---he has also been incapable of changing the TurnPike authority what does they say about his chances of working with Congress?
14 posted on 07/10/2006 8:46:32 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: staytrue

what is slanderous using your words now??

What has your guy done to solve the problem?

--I'm waiting---


15 posted on 07/10/2006 8:47:55 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: staytrue; The Ghost of FReepers Past
your comment should be directed at the freeper who posted this mindless vanity.

It was.

16 posted on 07/10/2006 8:51:59 AM PDT by newgeezer (Just my opinion, of course. Your mileage may vary.)
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To: The Ghost of FReepers Past; HuntsvilleTxVeteran; newgeezer; Reaganesque
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popcorn?

17 posted on 07/10/2006 8:54:40 AM PDT by scott0347 (Commander of the 0347th Lancer Brigade, Operator of the Immaculate Steamroller)
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To: Reaganesque; NHThompson

And it isn't as if you'd actually get a response from the author of this thread.....


18 posted on 07/10/2006 8:57:22 AM PDT by MikefromOhio
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To: ncountylee

" == Mitt Romney has been brainwashed, pass it on. == "

Must be a hereditary brain defect, like being a liberal.


19 posted on 07/10/2006 9:04:13 AM PDT by MainFrame65
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To: NHThompson
a 1987 public works bill appropriating funding for the Big Dig was passed by U.S. Congress

What part of FEDERAL PROJECT, do you not understand.

big dig is about a 15-20 billion project or about 2000 dollars for every MA resident and is far more than MA would ever pay for on their own. It is probably in the neighborhood of 10,000 per Boston Metropolitan resident.

20 posted on 07/10/2006 9:24:04 AM PDT by staytrue
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To: NHThompson

IBTZ?


21 posted on 07/10/2006 9:51:40 AM PDT by Bigg Red (Never trust Democrats with national security.)
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To: NHThompson

Careful now, you might anger the romney brigade who will try to justify his flip flopping and his left wing positions.


22 posted on 07/10/2006 9:59:10 AM PDT by SDGOP
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To: NHThompson; newgeezer

Jeff Fuller runs a blog iowans for romney, hes his biggest cheerleader over at redstate.com and has lately begun cross posting to free republic. Its not quite as effective here on free republic as it is over on red state where the posters tend to be more moderate.


23 posted on 07/10/2006 9:59:57 AM PDT by SDGOP
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To: Reaganesque
Is he more conservative than his father?

(I grew up in Michigan and his father would certainly have been labeled a RINO if such terms were available when his dad was governor.)

24 posted on 07/10/2006 6:25:40 PM PDT by Prov3456
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To: NHThompson

If Romney, or anyone else like him gets the Republican nomination in '08, I will reregister American Independent.


25 posted on 07/10/2006 7:21:49 PM PDT by Commander8 (Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth? Galatians 4:16)
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To: MikefromOhio

Hi Mike read todays Boston Globe, The Union Leader how about the Boston Herald, your guys inability to lead and take control of the boon doggle resulted in a death--good job keep supporting this guys who has done nothing, NOTHING in his political life

RT


26 posted on 07/11/2006 4:43:30 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: Reaganesque

Reaganesque hagh? Did you read todays Globe, Herald or Union Leader? The guy you so proudly grew up with has a fear of leading and a fear of fat matt Amarillio or the death of this woman very well could have been avaoided, a one term Gov--correction 1 term as a gutless, weak Governor doesn't entitle him to a 2nd term much less the White House--

RT in NH


27 posted on 07/11/2006 4:46:03 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: NHThompson
From the Globe: "Amorello said he's confident that 200-foot section is the only area of the Big Dig project where the type of tiebacks that failed were used. Those ceiling panels were erected in 1999 and the contractor was Modern Continental, he said.

Mitt was sworn in as Governor in January 2003, FOUR YEARS LATER. Most reasonable people would conclude that Mitt had nothing to do with the shoddy, Union workmanship that took place years before he even ran for governor.

From the Big Dig website: "The project has been under construction since late 1991. Preliminary design began in the 1980's and final design began in the late 1980's. As of the summer of 2004, construction was 94 percent complete."

So, by the time Mitt was sworn into office, the project was already over 90 percent completed. Again, a reasonable person would conclude that Mitt had nothing to do with the crappy work done on either the Ted Williams tunnel (which was opened in 1995, 7 to 8 years before Mitt was sworn in.), the bridge (which was completed in 1999 (four years before Mitt) or the depression of the central artery (which was well underway in 2003).

So, according to your theory, the Big Dig, which has been in the works for 25 years, with all of it's related corruption, hackery and political glad handing, is all the fault of the man who has held the office of governor for the last 3 years. Your conclusion indicates an irrational political bias that is not supported by any facts.

28 posted on 07/11/2006 6:31:39 AM PDT by Reaganesque
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To: NHThompson
This from the Boston Globe of three days ago:

"For several years, Romney has called for the resignation of Turnpike Authority chairman Matthew J. Amorello over management of the $14.6 billion Big Dig.

Amorello, a former state senator with strong ties to legislative leaders, has steadfastly refused to give up his $223,000-a-year post. Nevertheless, Romney was expected to effectively take control of the board this month when he filled a vacancy on the board, Romney's third appointment on the five-member board since taking office in 2003.

But in May the state Senate slipped an amendment into the budget that would deny Romney his third appointment by extending the term of the incumbent board member, Jordan Levy, who is an ally of Amorello.

The veto planned today would reject the budget amendment that would extend Levy's term.

Click here for article.

Guess you must have missed that article.

29 posted on 07/11/2006 6:51:28 AM PDT by Reaganesque
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To: Reaganesque

As a Governor he has been in a position to REMOVE FAT MATT AND HAS NOT. Is that clear? I said nothing about Romney personally pouring the concrete, your boyhood friend FAILED TO ACT when he could have and a woman is dead--He will not win NH we real Conservatives understand that he is a 1 term Governor with NO other political experiance, we read the papers daily--good luck supporting someone who directly or indirectly contributed to last nights tragedy.

Rob Thompson
Concord New Hampshire
Former State Rep
State Director for Christian Coalition
Former Political Director Alan Keyes
Board of Director Granite State Tax Payers


30 posted on 07/11/2006 6:55:40 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: NHThompson
You're trying to pin gay marriage and the Big Pig on Romney? Are you insane? The man may not be your cup of tea, but he's certainly not responsible for that crap.

Nice try at a smear post, newbie.

31 posted on 07/11/2006 6:56:00 AM PDT by Hemingway's Ghost (Spirit of '75)
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To: NHThompson
As a Governor he has been in a position to REMOVE FAT MATT AND HAS NOT.

He can't fire him directly.

This is too funny. If you're going to throw rocks at the guy, get your facts straight. You're doiong a great job at looking like a total shill here . . .


32 posted on 07/11/2006 7:23:18 AM PDT by Hemingway's Ghost (Spirit of '75)
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To: NHThompson
I guess you didn't get to the second post from the Globe where it states that Mitt has been trying to fire Matt since his first days in office. The Big Dig is now and has been since it's inception, a Democrat boondogle, designed to line the pockets of corrupt Union bosses, politically connected contractors and their political allies (Democrats) in the Legislature. The board that runs MassPort is controlled by Democrats, the Legislature is run by Democrats, all of whom are Fat Matt's allies. The board must fire him, not the governor and until the governor gets people who support him on the board, he can only apply pressure on the MassPort director to resign.

Now, even if he could have fired Matt, what difference would it have made in this tragedy? None. The damage was done. The tragedy was alread set in motion by the events of 1999 and before. Firing Matt in 2003 would not have prevented this and you know it.

The fact that you don't even mention Ed King, Mike Dukakis, Bill Weld, Paul Cellucci or Jane Swift further discredits your argument. They were in a position to do something about the Big Dig but didn't. Celluccci was in charge in 1999 and there were plenty of indications then that the Big Dig was nothing but a cesspool of political patronage. I have never known MassPort to be anything but a cesspool of political patronage. (Remember 9/11?) They all had the same opportunity to do something and didn't. They were all part of the corruption that led to the death of this woman. And yet you blame Mitt, the guy who came in in the last three years of construction. It's like the Democrats blaming Bush for 9/11 when Bush had been in office for only 9 months. That was/is BS and so is your argument.

33 posted on 07/11/2006 7:39:53 AM PDT by Reaganesque
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To: NHThompson
Hi Mike read todays Boston Globe, The Union Leader how about the Boston Herald, your guys inability to lead and take control of the boon doggle resulted in a death--good job keep supporting this guys who has done nothing, NOTHING in his political life

Care to translate that gibberish?
34 posted on 07/11/2006 8:16:31 AM PDT by MikefromOhio
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To: Hemingway's Ghost

Thanks for the personal attack, does your mommy know your online? Romney if he had the balls could have removed the director of the MTA Matt Amarillo and called for an investigation into the dig--he did not and last night a woman died because of the dig--

"Mitt Romney's political life is over"
Scott Miller Show
WRKO Boston


35 posted on 07/11/2006 8:30:28 AM PDT by NHThompson
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To: NHThompson
Thanks for the personal attack, does your mommy know your online? Romney if he had the balls could have removed the director of the MTA Matt Amarillo and called for an investigation into the dig--he did not and last night a woman died because of the dig--

Personal attack? For what---for suggesting you should have an idea of what you're talking about before you chuck rocks at someone? Man, you've got a thin skin.

Read post 33 carefully, newbie. Romney has been trying to can Fat Matt almost since the first day he took office. But he can't, because Fat Matt can only be fired by the board that oversees the Big Dig. And even though Romney recently stacked the board with his own appointees, Fat Matt was able to rejigger the board's by-laws so they couldn't fire him.

Honestly, my friend, you should be embarrassed. To sign up just to post a hit piece is one thing, but to post a hit piece without knowing what you're talking about is a true exercise in ridiculousness. Given the level of ineptitude you've displayed here, I'd say the good people of New Hampshire should thank God you're a former state legislator.


36 posted on 07/11/2006 8:42:10 AM PDT by Hemingway's Ghost (Spirit of '75)
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To: NHThompson
Chairman keeps charge of Turnpike

Authority also alters its bylaws

By Matt Viser, Globe Staff | June 30, 2006

The board of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, in a meeting spiced with fist-pounding and invectives, decided in a series of votes yesterday to change its bylaws and allow chairman Matthew J. Amorello to maintain control of the agency.

With Governor Mitt Romney set to seize control of a majority of the board tomorrow, Amorello had called the special meeting in a last-ditch effort to shore up his power by changing a series of bylaws.

After four hours, in which Amorello found himself compared to Mao Zedong, the chairman succeeded in convincing the board that he ``shall have charge of and be primarily responsible for" the Turnpike's day-to-day management. He also won control of the agenda, which means members can vote on business only that Amorello approves.

But the board refused to adopt his request that future votes be subject to a supermajority, or four members of the five-member board. It left the requirement at a simple majority, meaning that Romney appointees will have control over policy issues after his third appointee, Beth Lindstrom, is installed on the board tomorrow.

There were no clear winners in the battle, the latest in the bitter, three-year feud between Romney and Amorello over control of the authority and the Big Dig. But both sides claimed victory.

After the meeting, Amorello declared triumphantly that ``the success today was to secure the administrative day-to-day operations in the chairman's office."

During the meeting, a combative Thomas Trimarco -- Romney's secretary of administration and finance, whom the governor appointed to the board Wednesday -- accused Amorello of trying to evade accountability with the rule changes. At one point, Trimarco pounded his fists and pointed his finger.

``It gives me the feel that someone is séanced with Chairman Mao here," he said.

The bylaw changes do not significantly change Amorello's powers; they were intended to prevent a board dominated by Romney appointees from undermining the chairman's authority, Amorello said. He said that in the past, the board has meddled in the authority's day-to-day operations.

Amorello, a former Republican legislator who was appointed in 2002 by Acting Governor Jane Swift, has repeatedly rebuffed Romney's demands that he resign.

Romney wants to merge the Turnpike Authority with the state Highway Department, and the Legislature last year approved a bill calling for the two agencies to merge leadership and redundant functions by 2007, when Amorello's term expires.

Romney has tried to wrest control from Amorello by appointing new members on the board who are loyal to the governor.

Trimarco, a State House insider with a reputation for aggressively challenging state bureaucracies, replaced Daniel A. Grabauskas, general manager of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Lindstrom, the former consumer affairs chief, is taking the seat of Jordan Levy, an Amorello supporter whose term expires today.

John Moscardelli, another board member and an Amorello ally, was voted to a two-year term as vice chairman yesterday.

The meeting was contentious from its opening. Romney appointee Mary Connaughton immediately asserted that the minutes taken at a previous meeting incorrectly reflected her remarks and refused to approve them. Within minutes, heated exchanges were flying.

Amorello, at one point, mispronounced Trimarco's name, calling him ``Mr. Tringali."

Trimarco responded: ``No, no, I'm Mr. Trimarco. You get these Italian names confused. We all sound the same."

Trimarco asked later why he had not received his packet of information for the meeting until nearly 9 p.m. the day before.

``If this is normal, it's legally unacceptable," Trimarco said.

Later in the afternoon, he held a 15-minute press conference, displaying packets of information from board meetings of eight other state agencies. Behind the three-ring binders and stapled papers were placards showing when committee members are provided with the packet, ranging from three to 14 days.

At the end was the packet from the Turnpike hearing with a sign that said 10.5 hours. Other board members said they also did not get packets until Wednesday night.

Trimarco said that holding the next Turnpike authority meeting in mid-September is too much lag time. ``He has to understand that it's a new day of accountability," he said of Amorello.

Amorello appeared jovial through most of the meeting, leaning back in his chair, though he raised his voice several times.

``There's more politics than there is good public policy being made on some parties," Amorello said. ``They want to be political and play politics. You know I've been in this job for four years, I don't believe in playing games . . . I grew up with eight brothers and sisters so I can take the beatings."

37 posted on 07/11/2006 9:24:00 AM PDT by Hemingway's Ghost (Spirit of '75)
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To: NHThompson
Mitt’s MIA as bigs dig into tunnel tragedy
38 posted on 07/13/2006 3:45:20 AM PDT by mewzilla (Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist. John Adams)
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To: Hemingway's Ghost
I'd say the good people of New Hampshire should thank God you're a former state legislator.

Is this the guy who posted this attack?

"A hearing before the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee scheduled for Tuesday was canceled after the sponsor of the bill to be discussed failed to appear. The proposed legislation by Republican Rep. Rob Thompson of Manchester would have increased penalties for repeat drunk-driving offenders. With four former police officers on the House Committee, Thompson's bill stood a good chance of being approved, but his failure to appear may have spelled its demise, a committee member said. The Corner has learned that Thompson is a repeat offender when it comes to not showing up for hearings." link
39 posted on 07/15/2006 6:27:00 AM PDT by FirstState
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To: NHThompson

The project was near 90 percent complete. When the Feds have already invested the billions they did at that point, it needs to just be finished and done with. That woman's death belongs on the Feds and your US Senator Ted Kennedy, not Romney.


40 posted on 07/15/2006 6:35:50 AM PDT by sabe@q.com (Yes, I'm a SW freak!)
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To: NHThompson
Mitt: A hack in sheep’s clothing
41 posted on 07/16/2006 4:35:16 AM PDT by mewzilla (Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist. John Adams)
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To: mewzilla

Isn't being scorched by the Boston media a badge of honor for a Republican?


42 posted on 07/16/2006 7:54:48 AM PDT by FirstState
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To: FirstState
NHThompson did not cover himself in glory on this thread . . .
43 posted on 07/17/2006 8:53:33 AM PDT by Hemingway's Ghost (Spirit of '75)
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To: NHThompson
Did you see this? Check out what Romney says at the end about money.

Romney: All bolts unreliable in compromised tunnel

44 posted on 07/18/2006 4:58:55 AM PDT by mewzilla (Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist. John Adams)
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To: FirstState
Isn't being scorched by the Boston media a badge of honor for a Republican?

Romney's not a Republican. He's a RINO. If you needed any more proof, check out the link I just posted in my reply above and read what Romney said about what would embarrass him.

45 posted on 07/18/2006 5:00:48 AM PDT by mewzilla (Property must be secured or liberty cannot exist. John Adams)
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To: Reaganesque

Be sure to give us the rationalization of why he favors abortion.


46 posted on 07/20/2006 10:35:36 AM PDT by madprof98
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To: mewzilla

That line alone makes no sense. Show me the context around it and I may listen.


47 posted on 07/20/2006 2:59:52 PM PDT by FirstState
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To: NHThompson

Why would I read the Glob?

More to the point, why is pointing out that you are incorrect making Romney "your guys".

Learn some English.


48 posted on 07/20/2006 3:01:27 PM PDT by MikefromOhio
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To: mewzilla

Also -- the Big Dig is a FEDERAL project. You might want to take that into account before trying to accuse anyone of anything.


49 posted on 07/20/2006 3:01:44 PM PDT by FirstState
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To: NHThompson; Darksheare; darkwing104

I don't know when this guy got the Zot, but he got the Zot


50 posted on 07/20/2006 3:02:29 PM PDT by MikefromOhio
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