Skip to comments.Romney Pans ``Hillary's House of Horrors''
Posted on 10/28/2007 12:24:11 PM PDT by Reaganesque
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) - Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney offered a verbal tour of ``Hillary's House of Horrors'' on Saturday, conjuring images of Halloween spook houses to underscore his criticisms of Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton.
``You go in one room, she wants to raise your taxes. You go in another room and she wants to have government taking over health care,'' Romney said to laughter and applause at a town hall meeting in southwest Florida. ``You go in the next room and she's weakened homeland security by voting against the authority of our government to listen in to al-Qaida's calls.''
Romney said he would keep Clinton from reaching the White House not by acting like her - an apparent dig at rival Rudy Giuliani - but by building on the conservative foundation laid by Ronald Reagan...
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Hillary’s horrified, too. That it took a so-called “Republican” like Romney to actually implement most of her agenda.
Mr. Romney will need to have better numbers in Florida before the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary if he hopes to win the nomination. I'm glad to see him doing a little better in South Carolina. I wish Duncan Hunter had those numbers. However, if either of them is going to win, he'll need to be solidly in first, second, or a close third place with percentages in the 20's or 30's by early January.
Oh, this is great. Here's where it pays to have a wide fields of candidates all raining bombs like this on top of the hildebeast...
I just watched 1 hour and 42 minutes of “The Clinton Chronicles” and I feel sick to my stomach.
I always sensed that the Clintons were evil, but after watching that show (and I am shaking) and I am convinced.
We need to do all we can to keep Hillary and Bill out of the Whitehouse AND clean the House of all the Clintons’ friends and insiders.
We need to take back our country from the Arkansas Mafia.
Hey, her commercial about her and Bill playing The Sopranos was no joke!
I’m really involved in politics and I am just now finding things out about the Clintons — imagine what Americans who don’t care about politics — DON’T KNOW!!
In the Republican Presidential Primary, Rudy Giuliani holds a strong lead with 33 percent of respondents indicating that they would vote for him if the election was held today. Mitt Romney received 17 percent followed by Fred Thompson with 13 percent of responses.
In Presidential general ballot match ups, Hillary Clinton holds a slight lead over most Republican candidates, leading Rudy Giuliani 37 percent to 34 percent as well as Mitt Romney 39 percent to 32 percent. Clinton also leads Fred Thompson in a head-to-head match up 39 percent to 31 percent. Clintons lead over Mayor Giuliani is, however, within the statistical margin of error, showing some erosion of her base when compared to fellow New Yorker Giuliani.
Does this mean the fix is in for her?
Pot Kettle Black.
They were laughing because RomneyCARE=HillaryCARE
And unlike Hillary, RINO-Romney already forced the Massachusetts government to take over health care.
Proof: Romney signs his RomneyCARE-1 = HillaryCARE (RomneyCARE-2 =HezbollahCARE)
as the Massachusetts Dems gather around their docile, and quite eager-to-please, RINO.
James Carville: "It's a feel-good story, this Romney thing. Romney is an ascendant guy."
“I just watched 1 hour and 42 minutes of The Clinton Chronicles and I feel sick to my stomach.”
Wikipedia says The Clinton Chronicles has been all debunked. Any wiki editors around?
You should also read “Compromised” by Terry Reed and John Cummings ISBN 1-883955-02-5
That will put some flesh on the the bones of “the Clinton Chronicles” for you.
..And you will be REALLY sick..
Nice Perrier water bottle there Mitt.
The Hillery House of Horror will definitely suck the life out of this country.
Maybe someone could make an online version in game form. Really scary Hillary images could be readily developed from her actual scary photos. Frightening quotes can be culled from her numerous underreported gaffes. And the supporting cast of ghouls and goblins is just begging to be developed from the Clinton Mafia.
Oh. Don’t forget to use the Hillary cackle!
Thanks for the referral.
This poll is good news for Mr. Romney's supporters. He'll need to get to about 25% before the primary, but if he does, the Iowa and New Hampshire bounce should help him do well enough to remain competitive through the February 5 super primary.
That outcome is possible, but I think there's time to see results from some of the primaries before settling on the "anti-Rudy" candidate. If Fred Thompson does nothing in Iowa or New Hampshire and doesn't win South Carolina by a landslide, he may end up not looking like that good a candidate. We will have chosen about fifty to sixty percent of the delegates by February 5. If Rudy Giuliani has only thirty-five percent of those delegates, he can be beaten in the later states.
Once the GOP field gets narrowed down, and more people can see Romney on stage and in action alongside Guliani, Fred, and ?? -- I think more people will warm up to Romney.
In my view, most of the "reporting" mainstream media is doing all it can to NOT show Romney during various campaign or debate events.
The slanted AP, Reuters, ABC, CNN, CBS, MSNBC, etc would love nothing more than to see Guliani get the GOP nomination.
The slanted White House press corp has wet dreams at the thought of watching the Republican Party squirm.
“Mr. Romney will need to have better numbers in Florida before the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary if he hopes to win the nomination”
Last polls I saw had Rudy at 30% in FL and Romney at 12%, with McCain and Thompson at 14%.
FL is 3 weeks after Iowa. After he wins in Iowa and the lesser folks drop out, he will gain the mo’ needed to be the main challenger to Rudy. Romney could easily double his numbers and come in 2nd or 1st against Rudy.
“I wish Duncan Hunter had those numbers. “
Dittos, but its not happening. Given that Thompson seems to be getting no traction in NH, it’s likely that by Feb 5th this will be a 2-man race - Romney v Rudy - with Thompson having the only real shot at breaking into that.
McCain and the Huckster are a sideshow.
I'm not sure that anyone will drop out after Iowa, and I'm not sure that Mr. Romney will get most of the voters who are supporting the ones who do quit.
I can't see Ron Paul quitting because of a bad showing in Iowa. He has to know that he's going to do poorly, but he'll keep campaigning as long as his supporters send money. They'll keep sending money for a long time.
Tom Tancredo might quit after doing poorly in Iowa, but his supporters will mostly switch to Duncan Hunter. If he has money, he'll keep campaigning just to keep the illegal immigration issue on the table.
Duncan Hunter might quit after Iowa, but I'm sure that he and Tom Tancredo will be watching one another to see who quits first so that the other can pick up those supporters. If only one of them quits, the other will get most of those supporters. Furthermore, Mr. Thompson will get as many Hunter supporters as Mr. Romney does. I'm a Duncan Hunter supporter who prefers Mitt Romney to Fred Thompson, but I've seen many others who are the opposite.
Mike Huckabee might quit after Iowa if he doesn't do well, but right now, he's doing very well. I think he's counting on Iowa to propel him into a better position for Florida.
John McCain is the candidate most likely to quit if he does poorly in Iowa, and I suspect that he'd endorse either Fred Thompson or Rudy Giuliani. I can't see Mr. Romney getting a boost from McCain's withdrawal.
I still think that his strategy has to be getting his numbers into the 20% range before the New Hampshire primary. He needs to reach those numbers so that his momentum will push him to the front.
And in another room Hillary is already talking again with Johnny Chung, Charlie Trie, John Huang, Hsu, etc.
Google: Clinton National Security Scandal and Coverup
She, Bill and the DNC have already done that.
Cute Halloween ‘toon slam.
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