Skip to comments.Poll: Romney’s favorables now below 50% among Republicans?
Posted on 11/23/2009 4:34:15 PM PST by Lou Budvis
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Mitt “Individual Mandate” Romney’s favorables are at zero with me.
Romney’s favorables are zero with me, but then so are Huckabee’s. I dont intend to vote for either.
Romney and Huckafraud are going to be left standing on the beach.
For the GOP to remain a viable party for conservatives the number needs to be below 10%.
Our government is NOT too big to fail.
Stop buying, working over time, building, and get out of debt instead. Starve the Washington beast, and take care of yourself first. We can survive without their money, but they can't survive without ours.
It will be interesting what the polls will show in mid December or January. That would be after Palin’s wildly successful book, all her interviews, and all the great local press she got on her book tour.
My prediction is that Mitt’s numbers will stagnate, or even continue to decline over the coming months, in large part due to Romneycare.
Everyone will start declaring their intention to run by March 2011, Palin will have had at least one huge bestseller, probably 2, by then, plus her proven ability to draw huge crowds everywhere she goes. That’s going to be a big psychological barrier that the others will have to try and overcome. We know that when Mitt campaigned in VA and NJ he drew tiny crowds of “dozens.” Huck drew 500 to his book signing in Birmingham yesterday, at the same place where there are close to 2000 waiting for Palin. She also drew about 4,500 at Ft. Bragg earlier today.
He’s not on my ‘short list’. Never has been.
It's even lower among conservatives!
RINO Mitt Romney: People will look back and see that I, Mitt Romney,
was the very first to impose death panels. Do you love me now, Ted?
I bet Romney is the nominee in 12. He is the overwhelming favorite in CPAC polls.
Not even in the picture for real conservatives.
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party
over to the traitors in the battle just ended.
We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged
to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support.
Turning the Party over to the so-called moderates
wouldnt make any sense at all.""
-- President Ronald Reagan
Romney is just too slick for me. Greasy hair = greasy candidate.
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