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Romney signs his books in Des Moines
Globe Gazette ^ | Monday, March 29, 2010 | James Q. Lynch

Posted on 03/29/2010 4:54:43 PM PDT by curth

DES MOINES — There was no doubt about the sentiments of many of those at author Mitt Romney’s book-signing at the Des Moines Public Library Monday.

“I’d be interested if he ran” for president again, Scott Newland of Des Moines said as he thumbed through Romney’s “No Apology: The Case for American Greatness.”

Among those waving Romney campaign-like signs and wearing Romney t-shirts, Shirley Woodruff was more direct about wanting to see the former Massachusetts governor make another run for the Republican nomination.

“He’s at least honest,” she said, displaying a photo of herself and Romney’s wife, Ann. “He has values.”

But Jason Kovac, a recent transplant from Alaska, was taking a more detached approach.

“I’m starting over since 2008,” the Des Moines resident said. “I have no preconceptions. I’m looking at all of the candidates passing through. I guess that’s one of the perks of living here.”

It helped to hear Romney, Kovac said later, adding that he hopes to hear other potential candidates as they pass through. It appears he’ll have plenty of opportunity as the stream of candidates continues.

Former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Penn., will be in Council Bluffs Tuesday. Other potential candidates visiting Iowa include former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, U.S. Rep. Mike Pence of Indiana, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty have all made recent visits.

Although Romney, 63, made no mention of his plans for 2012, the Iowa Democratic Party said “it seems like he does not want to campaign in Iowa in 2012.”

Noting this was his first trip back to Iowa since the precinct caucuses, the Democratic Party wondered “If Iowa isn’t good enough to campaign in, why is it good enough to sell books in?”

In his remarks, Romney returned to many of the same themes he raised in the run-up to his second-place finish in the 2008 Iowa precinct caucuses: preserving freedom, reining in federal spending, limiting taxation and regulation, becoming energy independent, improve education and let consumers and the marketplace, not the federal government, drive health care reform.

Some of those issues have changed since 2008, said Rebecca Campbell of Des Moines, who supported Romney then. However, she wasn’t sure if she would support him again.

“I’m interested in hearing about his book and where he is on some of those issues that have changed in the past two years,” Campbell said. “I’m interested to see where he is on health care which is at the forefront for everyone.”

Romney talked about health care for about 30 seconds, telling his audience of about 100 people essentially the same thing he said two years ago: If they liked the way the federal government has managed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the federal lending agencies, and the postal service, they’ll like federal health care.

In Iowa, Romney attended a private fundraiser and also spoke at Iowa State University.

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TOPICS: Government; Politics/Elections; US: Iowa
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1 posted on 03/29/2010 4:54:43 PM PDT by curth
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To: curth
“He’s at least honest,” she said, displaying a photo of herself and Romney’s wife, Ann. “He has values.”

Ha Ha Ha Ha!

LOL!
2 posted on 03/29/2010 4:57:16 PM PDT by SoConPubbie
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To: curth

100 people. That’s about what he had in The Villages last Friday.


3 posted on 03/29/2010 4:57:42 PM PDT by aphid (Only dead fish go with the flow)
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To: SoConPubbie
let consumers and the marketplace, not the federal government, drive health care reform

Juxtapose this lie with the statement earlier in the article that Romney doesn't lie.
4 posted on 03/29/2010 4:58:50 PM PDT by SoConPubbie
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To: curth

““He’s at least honest,” she said, displaying a photo of herself and Romney’s wife, Ann. “He has values.” “

HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you!!!!!


5 posted on 03/29/2010 5:00:21 PM PDT by aMorePerfectUnion
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To: curth
Romney talked about health care for about 30 seconds, telling his audience of about 100 people essentially the same thing he said two years ago: If they liked the way the federal government has managed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the federal lending agencies, and the postal service, they’ll like federal health care.

At least two lies in the same speech.

There is very little difference between RomneyCare and ObamaCare.

Just simply freaking amazing the hurbris of Myth Romney.
6 posted on 03/29/2010 5:00:24 PM PDT by SoConPubbie
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To: curth

““He’s at least honest,” she said, displaying a photo of herself and Romney’s wife, Ann. “He has values.””

What a sucker. Her boy had one set of “values” when he ran in Mass. and another when he ran nationally. Mitt is John Edwards without the sex addiction.


7 posted on 03/29/2010 5:01:30 PM PDT by DemonDeac
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To: curth
“Romney talked about health care for about 30 seconds, telling his audience of about 100 people essentially the same thing he said two years ago....”

Sarah Palin has more people following her when she goes to the supermarket than Mitt can attract at a publicized book signing.

By the way, Mitt's book is now out of the top 200 on amazon.com.

8 posted on 03/29/2010 5:09:29 PM PDT by bwc2221
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To: curth
Campbell said. “I’m interested to see where he is on health care which is at the forefront for everyone.”

Obviously, clueless to RomneyCare.
9 posted on 03/29/2010 5:18:25 PM PDT by presently no screen name
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To: curth
"Among those waving Romney campaign-like signs and wearing Romney t-shirts, Shirley Woodruff was more direct about wanting to see the former Massachusetts governor make another run for the Republican nomination. He’s at least honest," she said ...

LOL. Oh my! Surely you jest Shirley. The one thing that SlickMitty is NOT is honest.


Let me tell you how I was NEVER pro-choice [Romney is a LIAR].

10 posted on 03/29/2010 5:21:17 PM PDT by Servant of the Cross (the Truth will set you free)
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To: curth; Al B.; SoCalPol; euram; onyx; Lakeshark; RonDog; Diogenesis; sarah fan UK
Romney talked about health care for about 30 seconds, telling his audience of about 100 people essentially the same thing he said two years ago: If they liked the way the federal government has managed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the federal lending agencies, and the postal service, they’ll like federal health care.

Hahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So how many people were out in the desert with Sarah Palin?

11 posted on 03/29/2010 5:28:57 PM PDT by Virginia Ridgerunner (Sarah Palin has crossed the Rubicon!)
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To: presently no screen name
Sadly, the level of political awareness in Agri-subsidy land is not up to par. More like Lower Slobbovia.
12 posted on 03/29/2010 5:29:53 PM PDT by hinckley buzzard
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To: hinckley buzzard

Romney has this whole George HW Bush vibe going on...


13 posted on 03/29/2010 5:35:21 PM PDT by RED SOUTH
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To: RED SOUTH

Yeah but there’s no way Romney jumps out of a plane on his birthday. T’would mess up his hair and get bugs in his teeth.


14 posted on 03/29/2010 5:36:40 PM PDT by rintense (Only dead fish go with the flow, which explains why Congress stinks.)
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To: curth
If Romney was truly an American Patriot...he would regulate himself to a fund raiser.

He would understand...he has no support from conservatives...within the rank and file GOP.

15 posted on 03/29/2010 5:41:21 PM PDT by Osage Orange (A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity. - Sigmund Freud)
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To: curth

First in to say, “piss on Romney”.


16 posted on 03/29/2010 6:05:17 PM PDT by Graybeard58
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only 100 in attendance? Sarah could get that while pumping gas at the Circle K.


17 posted on 03/29/2010 6:09:53 PM PDT by ak267
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To: curth

Saw a long segment on this on FOX today. I am so disgusted with the way FOX has been pushing this jerk lately.


18 posted on 03/29/2010 6:48:30 PM PDT by Bigg Red (Palin/Hunter 2012 -- Bolton their Secretary of State)
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To: curth
While Gov.Palin was working against ObamaCARE
where was the most-RINO backstabber-in-chief Mitt Romney?

Hiding, sending out his manipulators,
selling his ghostwritten book,
helping Gore push the fraud of climate change,
and actually (true to form) attacking the "tea party".


RomneyCARE-creator and carpetbagging, fascist imposer Mitt Romney:
”Now that my Romneycare is national ready to hurt hundred of millions,
a little self examination may be in order for you FReepers.
You may want to ask yourself “if I had spent my time promoting
RomneyCare and Mitt Romney, could I not have garnered more support
of both Mr. Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney?“


“Romney praises Obama
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney praised President Obama
at a GOP fundraising dinner Wednesday ..
"I also think it's important for us to nod to the president when he's right," Romney said....
Romney, who spoke at a dinner for the National Republican Senatorial Committee,
said he's pleased with the president's plans to "finish the job" in Iraq and Afghanistan
-- lines that drew applause from the partisan audience. He also applauded the president
for standing up to the auto industry.
"I hope he continues to be tough ....The former businessman even offered faint praise for
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, saying that after a series of initial missteps,
"I think he's finally getting close to the right answer."



19 posted on 03/29/2010 7:21:21 PM PDT by Diogenesis ("Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God." --Thomas Jefferson)
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To: curth; Jim Robinson; ConjunctionJunction; Al B.; SolidWood; Leisler; greyfoxx39; Tennessee Nana; ..
hat tip to Mirkwood.


Mitt Romney’s “Record”

TAXES
From the Left:
“Governor Romney…imposed a slew of fee hikes and tax ‘loophole’ closures….The largest of these was $259 million worth of fee hikes in FY 2004, the bulk of which came from higher Registry of Deeds fees. Smaller fee hikes, including higher charges for boaters and golfers, we imposed in FY 2003 and FY 2005. Romney also sought $128 million worth of so-called tax loophole closures for FY 2004; $70 million for FY 2005; and $170 million for FY 2006, which were later reduced to $85 million due to backlash from business leaders.”
- Club for Growth’s White Paper on Mitt Romney
“Romney continues to oppose the flat tax with harsh language, calling the tax ‘unfair.’”
- Club for Growth’s White Paper on Mitt Romney
Romney didn’t support President Bush’s tax cuts in 2003. That earned him praise from liberal Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA)
- Boston Globe, April 11, 2003.
From the Right:
“I said no to a tax hike; raising taxes hurts working people and scares away jobs. I also said no to more borrowing; borrowing just shifts our problems to the backs of our kids...Instead, I went after waste, inefficiency, duplication, and patronage.”
- Governor Romney, Boston Globe, October 24, 2005
NO NEW TAXES PLEDGE
From the Left:
In 2002, Romney broke with his predecessor, Jane Swift, and Republican governors before her by declining to sign a written vow not to raise taxes once in office.
- Boston Globe, January 5, 2007
From the Right:
Almost five years after he refused to sign a “no new taxes” pledge during his campaign for governor, Mitt Romney announced yesterday that he had done just that, as his campaign for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination began in earnest.
- Boston Globe, January 5, 2007
CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS
From the Left:
Governor Romney has changed his position on key campaign finance reform issues several times during public life. During his 1994 Senate campaign, he held far left positions that advocated for abolishing PACs and creating strict campaign spending limits.
- Club for Growth’s White Paper on Mitt Romney
From the Right:
As he runs for President, Romney abandoned his previous stance and has come out as a harsh critic of McCain-Feingold, and those presidential candidates who support it. His transformation has even propelled him to call for the legislation’s repeal.
- Club for Growth’s White Paper on Mitt Romney
ABORTION From the Left:
Romney ran against Senator Edward M. Kennedy in 1994. During a debate, Romney declared: “I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country. I have since the time that my mom took that position when she ran in 1970 as a US Senate candidate. I believe that since Roe v. Wade has been the law for 20 years we should sustain and support it.”
- Boston Globe, March 2, 2006

“I respect and will protect a woman’s right to choose.”
-2002 Questionnaire for the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL)
Boston Globe, July 3, 2005
From the Right:
“I am pro-life. I believe that abortion is the wrong choice except in cases of incest, rape, and to save the life of the mother. I wish the people of America agreed, and that the laws of our nation could reflect that view. But while the nation remains so divided over abortion, I believe that the states, through the democratic process, should determine their own abortion laws and not have them dictated by judicial mandate.”
- Boston Globe, Op-Ed, July 26, 2005
More from the Right:
“Every decision I have made as Governor in a very liberal state has been on the side of favoring life.” – Governor Romney
- Robert Behre, “Romney Gets S.C. Support,” Charleston Post-Courier, January 30, 2007
STEM CELL RESEARCH
From the Left:
“Romney has decided to support experimentation on surplus frozen embryos from in-vitro fertilization procedures.”
- National Review Online, February 11, 2005

“At a campaign appearance at Brandeis University in June 2002, Romney strongly endorsed stem cell research.”
- Boston Globe, December 17, 2006
From the Center:
“Governor Mitt Romney set off a storm of criticism yesterday after he declared in a published interview that he favored banning a specific type of stem cell research. Scientists and the leader of the state Senate accused him of trying to block a promising avenue of research, even as antiabortion groups assailed him for declaring that he did not object to stem cell research involving embryos from fertility clinics.”
- Boston Globe, February 11, 2005
From the Right:
“I studied the issue for many months, and entered into conversation with experts from across the nation who were looking for consensus solutions, like Stanford’s Dr. William Hurlbut. In the end, I became persuaded that the stem-cell debate was grounded in a false premise, and that the way through it was around it: by the use of scientific techniques that could produce the equivalent of embryonic stem cells but without cloning, creating, harming, or destroying developing human lives.”
- Governor Mitt Romney, Op-Ed, “A Stem-Cell Solution,” National Review Online, June 15, 2007
EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION
From the Left:
“When he ran for governor in 2002, Romney said he supported expanding access to the emergency contraception pill, a high dose of hormones that women can take to prevent pregnancy up to five days after sex . . . On a questionnaire Planned Parenthood gave to the gubernatorial candidates in 2002, Romney answered ‘yes’ to the question, ‘Do you support efforts to increase access to emergency contraception?’ “
- Boston Globe, July 7, 2005
From the Right:
“Yesterday I vetoed a bill that the Legislature forwarded to my desk. Though described by its sponsors as a measure relating to contraception, there is more to it than that. The bill does not involve only the prevention of conception: The drug it authorizes would also terminate life after conception.”
- Governor Mitt Romney, Op-Ed, “Why I Vetoed The Contraception Bill,” Boston Globe, July 26, 2005 Read the article
GAY RIGHTS
From the Left:
“All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual orientation. While he does not support gay marriage, Mitt Romney believes domestic partnership status should be recognized in a way that includes the potential for health benefits and rights of survivorship.”
- Romney’s 2002 campaign website

“Mitt and Kerry Wish You a Great Pride Weekend! All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preference”
- A flier handed out at “Gay Pride” by the Romney/Healey Campaign See the flier here
“We have discussed a number of important issues such as the Federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which I have agreed to co-sponsor, and if possible broaden to include housing and credit, and a bill to create a federal panel to find ways to reduce gay and lesbian youth suicide, which I also support. One issue I want to clarify concerns [grammar in context] President Clinton’s “don’t ask, don’t tell, don’t pursue” military policy. I believe that the Clinton compromise was a step in the right direction. I am also convinced that it is the first of a number of steps that will ultimately lead to gays and lesbians being able to serve openly and honestly in our nation’s military. That goal will only be reached when preventing discrimination against gays and lesbians is a mainstream concern, which is a goal we share…”
- Governor Romney letter to Log Cabin Republicans, October 6, 1994
From the Right:
Lopez: “And what about the 1994 letter to the Log Cabin Republicans where you indicated you would support the Federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) and seemed open to changing the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in the military? Are those your positions today?
Gov. Romney: “No. I don’t see the need for new or special legislation. My experience over the past several years as governor has convinced me that ENDA would be an overly broad law that would open a litigation floodgate and unfairly penalize employers at the hands of activist judges...As for military policy and the ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy, I trust the counsel of those in uniform who have set these policies over a dozen years ago. I agree with President Bush’s decision to maintain this policy and I would do the same.” - Interview with National Review, December 14, 2006 Read the interview
MARRIAGE AMENDMENT
From the Left:
In 2002, before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court declared same-sex marriage protected by the Constitution, Romney denounced as “too extreme” the effort by pro-family groups to enact a preemptive state Marriage Protection Amendment prohibiting homosexual marriage, civil unions and same-sex public employee benefits.
- Boston Phoenix, May 14-20, 2004
From the Right:
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough: “Do you support a national constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage?”
Governor Romney: “Boy, I sure do. You know, that’s a topic that’s really, I think, very important to the country because marriage is not just about adults. Marriage is about the development and nurturing of kids, and in my view, the development of a child is enhanced by having a mom and dad. And so, I think it’s very important that we have a national standard because marriage is a status. You get married in one place and then you move to another, you’re still married at least in the eyes of the community and the children and the benefits may not follow you, but ultimately we’re going to have one standard of marriage in this country and that standard ought to be one man and one woman.”
- MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” September 17, 2007
GUN RIGHTS
From the Left:
“He [Romney] is a supporter of the federal assault weapons ban.”
- Romney 2002 campaign website
More from the Left:
In his 1994 US Senate run, Romney backed two gun-control measures strongly opposed by the National Rifle Association and other gun-rights groups: the Brady Bill, which imposed a five-day waiting period on gun sales, and a ban on certain assault weapons.
“That’s not going to make me the hero of the NRA,” Romney told the Boston Herald in 1994.
At another campaign stop that year, he told reporters: “I don’t line up with the NRA.” - Boston Globe, January 14, 2007
From the Right:
“Americans should have the right to own and possess firearms as guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution,” said Governor Romney. “I’m proud to be among the many decent, law-abiding men and women who safely use firearms.”
- Governor Romney, News Release, January 12, 2007
WAITING PERIODS FOR GUNS
From the Left:
Regarding the Brady Bill which required waiting periods to buy a handgun, Romney stated, “I don’t think [the waiting period] will have a massive effect on crime but I think it will have a positive effect.”
- Boston Herald, August 1, 1994
From the Right:
“Romney says he still backs the ban on assault weapons, but he won’t say whether he stands by the Brady Bill. And after the gun show tour, his campaign declined to say whether he would still describe himself as a supporter of tough gun laws.” - Boston Globe, January 14, 2007
MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE
From the Left:
“The minimum wage is important to our economy and Mitt Romney supports minimum wage increase, at least in line with inflation.”
- Romney 2002 campaign website
From the Right:
Governor Mitt Romney yesterday rejected the Legislature’s plan to raise the state minimum wage to $8 an hour over two years, angering Democratic lawmakers and advocates who accused him of abandoning a 2002 campaign pledge to significantly boost the pay of low-wage workers.
- Boston Globe, July 22, 2006
EDUCATION
During his 1994 campaign for Senate he continually called for the abolishment of the Department of Education.
- Club for Growth’s White Paper on Mitt Romney
Governor Romney now supports the No Child Left Behind Act.
- Club for Growth’s White Paper on Mitt Romney
IMMIGRATION
From the Left:
In a November 2005 interview with the Boston Globe, Romney described immigration proposals by McCain and others as “quite different” from amnesty, because they required illegal immigrants to register with the government, work for years, pay taxes, not take public benefits, and pay a fine before applying for citizenship.
“That’s very different than amnesty, where you literally say, ‘OK, everybody here gets to stay,’ “ Romney said in the interview. “It’s saying you could work your way into becoming a legal resident of the country by working here without taking benefits and then applying and then paying a fine.”
Romney did not specifically endorse McCain’s bill, saying he had not yet formulated a full position on immigration. But he did speak approvingly of efforts by McCain and Bush to solve the nation’s immigration crisis, calling them “reasonable proposals.”
Romney also said in the interview that it was not “practical or economic for the country” to deport the estimated 12 million immigrants living in the US illegally. “These people contribute in many cases to our economy and to our society,” he said. “In some cases, they do not. But that’s a whole group we’re going to have to determine how to deal with.”
- Boston Globe, March 16, 2007 Read the article
From the Right:
In his appeals to conservative voters, Romney has made the Arizona senator’s work on immigration one of his favorite targets. When McCain and other senators unveiled the latest reform bill two weeks ago, Romney called it the “wrong approach” and immediately launched a television ad slamming “amnesty” for illegal immigrants.
- Boston Globe, June 1, 2007 Read the article
ON HIS FAVORITE BOOK
From the Left:
He told Fox News his favorite book is L. Ron Hubbard’s “Battlefield Earth”
From the Right:
He also told Fox news his favorite book is the The Bible
His MySpace page said his favorite book is “Huckleberry Finn”

20 posted on 03/29/2010 8:09:03 PM PDT by Diogenesis ("Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God." --Thomas Jefferson)
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To: Diogenesis

Perfect!


21 posted on 03/29/2010 8:12:31 PM PDT by SoConPubbie
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To: Virginia Ridgerunner

LOL, Mitt’s going nowhere.


22 posted on 03/29/2010 10:07:02 PM PDT by sarah fan UK
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To: ak267

So true!


23 posted on 03/29/2010 10:07:47 PM PDT by sarah fan UK
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To: Virginia Ridgerunner

LOL.

I loved the quote by the one dimbulb “at least he’s honest.”

Goes to show us just how much WE know, doesn’t it? LOL


24 posted on 03/29/2010 10:13:13 PM PDT by onyx (Facts don't matter. Proof not required. Anything goes! Racial slurs, death threats.....)
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To: ak267
only 100 in attendance? Sarah could get that while pumping gas at the Circle K.

That's the truth and the Circle K would have to be in a small town for her to only draw 100.

25 posted on 03/29/2010 10:15:44 PM PDT by onyx (Facts don't matter. Proof not required. Anything goes! Racial slurs, death threats.....)
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To: curth
“He’s at least honest,” she said, displaying a photo of herself and Romney’s wife, Ann. “He has values.”

I guess the PR is working!

26 posted on 03/30/2010 6:15:50 AM PDT by Elsie (Heck is where people, who don't believe in Gosh, think they are not going...)
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To: curth
“He’s at least honest,” she said, displaying a photo of herself and Romney’s wife, Ann. “He has values.”

I wonder if he's BONA FIDE though?

We admit he's the pater familius.

27 posted on 03/30/2010 6:16:33 AM PDT by Elsie (Heck is where people, who don't believe in Gosh, think they are not going...)
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To: curth

100 people! LOL! I wonder if Mitt is running low on cash, I would have thought he could afford to pay at least twice that number to show up.


28 posted on 03/30/2010 6:21:04 AM PDT by Above My Pay Grade
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To: curth

“Romney talked about health care for about 30 seconds...changing positions on the issue 4 times, during the brief talk”


29 posted on 03/30/2010 6:34:21 AM PDT by Above My Pay Grade
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To: Above My Pay Grade

Mitt needs to get the front-end of his brain aligned.


30 posted on 03/30/2010 6:35:14 AM PDT by gathersnomoss (General George Patton had it right.)
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