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To: GOP_Lady

Just don’t ask him how Romneycare is going in MA.

I don’t trust this guy as far as I can throw him. He’s a con artist and opportunist, and if he ever becomes president, he’ll be another RINO that saddles us with an even bigger government. No thanks.


13 posted on 05/28/2009 5:42:54 PM PDT by Pining_4_TX
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To: Pining_4_TX
“The Massachusetts Republican Party died last Tuesday.
The cause of death: failed leadership.

The party is survived by a few leftover legislators
and a handful of county officials and grassroots activists
who have been ignored for years.
Services will be public and a mass exodus of taxpayers will follow.
In lieu of flowers, send messages to Republican voters
warning them about a certain presidential candidate named Romney.”
- Boston Herald, 11/12/2006


"In 2006, while Romney was chairman of the National Republican
Governors Association - a group dedicated to electing more
Republican governors - his own hand-picked Republican successor
as governor lost badly to the Democrat, despite the fact that Republicans
have held the governorship in Massachusetts since 1990. Romney largely
ignored the Massachusetts elections and spent most of the time
during the campaign out of state building his presidential campaign.
He came back and publicly campaigned for the Republican candidate
the day before the general election!
“Locally, this is a rebuke to Mitt Romney and checking out within six months
after being elected and having accomplished almost nothing,”

[Jim] Rappaport [former chairman of the state Republican Party]."
- Boston Globe, 11/8/2006


17 posted on 05/28/2009 6:05:37 PM PDT by Diogenesis (Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum)
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