This was posted some time back, but seems better suited to the present time frame.
posted on 05/09/2007 5:30:36 PM PDT
(Dennis Miller said it best “Liberals always feel your pain. Unless of course, they caused it.”)
The Best Choice Is Also a Good Choice: Duncan Hunter, the true “unabashed” conservative.
posted on 05/09/2007 5:40:27 PM PDT
(Duncan Hunter just needs one Rudy G Campaign Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVBtPIrEleM)
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“Romneys conversion was less abrupt than is often portrayed. In his 1994 Senate run, Romney was endorsed by Massachusetts Citizens for Life and kept their endorsement, even though he declared himself to be pro-choice, because he supported parental-consent laws, opposed taxpayer-funded abortion and mandatory abortion coverage under a national health insurance plan, and was against the Freedom of Choice Act, which would have codified Roe v. Wade by federal statute.”
This is worth considering.
posted on 05/09/2007 8:11:09 PM PDT
(If the GOP were to stop worshiping Free Trade as if it were a religion, they'd win every election)
I have migrated from Romney-NO WAY to an admiration for the man if not yet whole-hearted support. Very important in this movement was hearing his recent speech about the war. He is the one who appears to best understand who the enemy is and what is required to defeat that enemy. Even Giuliani is stuck in Iraq. He seems to believe that the war is limited to Iraq and Afghanistan and will be won or lost there. None of the rest of the candidates can see the elephant that is Iran and the elephant’s rapidly growing brood that is becoming the identity of Islam itself in the rest of the Islamic world.
posted on 05/09/2007 8:24:43 PM PDT
(Better to fight them over THERE than over HERE)
The writer makes a good case for Mr. Romney, but I don't accept the assertion that the race must inevitably reduce to a choice among Mr. Romney, Mr. McCain, and Mr. Giuliani. We are months away from the first primary, and many people are not only undecided but have not even begun to consider the candidates. There is still time for good candidates to build support for a strong campaign.
posted on 05/09/2007 8:58:21 PM PDT
(Liberty isn't for cowards)
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