Skip to comments.Mitt Romney's high-powered gathering
Posted on 06/12/2014 5:25:50 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Mitt Romney can still draw a crowd.
Some top supporters and donors from the former Massachusetts governor's two presidential campaigns are gathering starting Thursday for Romney's retreat in Park City, Utah.
They'll be joined by a bunch of political leaders who may hope to follow in Romney's footsteps by winning the Republican presidential nomination.
This is the third year in a row that Romney has hosted the event, which is being held at the upscale Stein Ericksen Lodge at the Deer Valley Resort. The first came came during the 2012 presidential campaign as the then-GOP nominee was facing off against President Barack Obama.
"Governor Romney plays a large role in shaping this conference," Spencer Zwick told CNN....
(Excerpt) Read more at politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com ...
mitt can go explore himself, repeatedly with a shovel.
No fan of Mittens but if the guy even showed that he had a little fight in him he would be sitting in the White House today but the cowardly RINO in him wouldn’t let him take the gloves off.
Just wait a year until the people there are being used as a hammer here. And if we do not elect them we hate america and love Obama. Like last time.
FUMR and the RINOs you ride with.
Like Clinton, ALSO too old, albeit _much_ better preserved and fit.
Remember that before switching back to the republican party after Reagan/Bush were gone, that Romney had become a supporter for democrats, and fund raised for at least one and donated to others, and fund raised for Planned Parenthood.
He even voted for Tsongas.
“Baldwin said that Tsongas wasnt Romneys only preferred Democrat.
Romney contributed to three Democrats in the 1992 primary. He gave $250 to New Hampshire congressional candidate Richard Swett, $250 to New York congressional candidate John Lafalce and $1,000 to Utah U.S. Senate candidate Doug Anderson, Baldwin said.
Indeed, there is no record of Romney contributing to any Republican candidates until he started preparing for his U.S. Senate run in Massachusetts in 1994, the race for which he switched to the GOP in order to run against Ted Kennedy. In fact, from July 1989 until October 1993, political contributions by Romney went only to Democrats, Baldwin said.
The financial records verify Baldwins claims.
An FEC campaign finance report lists Romneys contributions from 1992 through 2010. The report shows that once Romney began seeking office as a Republican, his contributions shifted to Republicans.”
Mitt “took the gloves off” in the primaries. He let Obama off the hook on Benghazi, and look where that’s gotten us.
These people are in such a bubble. Romney is a one term governor, a failed US Senate candidate, and two time loser for the presidency. He’s spent more time campaigning than actually serving in an elected office. His opinion and endorsement means zilch to most any Republican voter.
Doing anything...Screaming to high heaven!!
I'm sick of these people standing by while our country is being destroyed. And they sit on their hands.
They don't "see" anything....they don't see that radical Muslims are a big giant problem in this world. They don't see....Obama and his agenda is harming America. They aren't fighting for me..and you!! Who are they fighting for????
But I don't see the GOP fighting against...vocalizing about the extreme bias in the media.
It would resonate within the country....if they just would stand up...and say something in unison.
Okay rant off,.......
Here is another.
CNN Report excerpt:
“”Has anyone wondered why Mitt Romney didn’t run for a second term as Governor of Massachusetts? I have.”
“So, why didnt Mitt Romney run for a second term as governor of Massachusetts?
He would have lost. And, not just lost by a little. He would have been creamed.
Romney won his first term with about 49% of the vote. After 4 years in office he had a 30% approval rating30%.
You cant blame this on Romney being a Republican. Massachusetts, when it comes to electing governors, is friendly to Republicans. For 16 straight years Massachusetts elected nothing but Republican governors (Weld, Cellucci, Swift, and Romney).
Yet, it only took one Romney term to destroy this Republican popularity streak.
Rand Paul and Marco Rubio both support amnesty. For me, that makes them RINOs and not conservative Republicans.