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Romney steps closer to presidential bid
Orange County Register ^ | March 7, 2011 | Martin Wisckol

Posted on 03/08/2011 12:35:01 AM PST by South40

The signs are that Mitt Romney is running for president. With several Republicans edging ever closer to formally declaring their presidential candidacies, Romney told New Hampshire Republicans on Saturday that he’s the candidate who can beat Barack Obama on the central issue of the economy.

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A key hurdle for Romney among GOP primary voters will be distinguishing the health-care reform he instituted when his was Massachusetts governor from the nationwide plan championed by Obama.

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1 posted on 03/08/2011 12:35:05 AM PST by South40
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To: South40
"The signs are that Mitt Romney is running for president."

Aparently the author is the last living person to get the memo.

2 posted on 03/08/2011 12:38:15 AM PST by americanophile ("this absurd theology of an immoral Bedouin, is a rotting corpse which poisons our lives"-Ataturk)
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To: South40

Sorry Marty... you really need to WAKE UP FOOL!!!!


3 posted on 03/08/2011 12:38:59 AM PST by antceecee (Bless us Father.. have mercy on us and protect us from evil.)
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To: South40

“he’s the candidate who can beat Barack Obama on the central issue of the economy.”

ObamaCare
RomenyCare


4 posted on 03/08/2011 12:40:40 AM PST by mewykwistmas ("Now don't say you can't swear off drinking; it's easy. I've done it a thousand times")
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To: South40

Economy? I didn’t know we needed a corporate raider to straighten out the economy.


5 posted on 03/08/2011 12:48:31 AM PST by stilloftyhenight (Don't make me use uppercase.)
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To: stilloftyhenight

Maybe that’s what we need. Many corporate raiders slash the payrolls as soon as they get control which would need be bad for the taxpayers.


6 posted on 03/08/2011 1:00:12 AM PST by monocle
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To: stilloftyhenight

We could use a corporate raider to straighten out the size and scope of the government, but Romney(Care) wasn’t really a downsizer on that end.


7 posted on 03/08/2011 1:01:37 AM PST by Steel Wolf ("There are moderate Muslims, but Islam itself is not moderate." - Ibn Warraq)
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To: monocle

They also gut assets leaving a formerly successful company dead on the vine.


8 posted on 03/08/2011 1:04:12 AM PST by stilloftyhenight (Don't make me use uppercase.)
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To: Steel Wolf

Romney likes big government. He created another bureaucracy for Romneycare.


9 posted on 03/08/2011 1:08:11 AM PST by stilloftyhenight (Don't make me use uppercase.)
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To: stilloftyhenight

But they also become liable for the takerover’s debt.


10 posted on 03/08/2011 1:12:46 AM PST by monocle
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To: South40

Republicrat mediocrity, here we come.


11 posted on 03/08/2011 1:35:26 AM PST by Jack Hammer
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To: mewykwistmas
He's promised to end Obama Care.

He calls Global warming a crock of Bull shit.

He's proud to be an American, and has a birth certificate.

He's actually run a company in the private sector.

He's got my vote over Sobarkah the Kenyan Muslim Communist, hands down, any day of the week.

12 posted on 03/08/2011 1:47:31 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: PA-RIVER

LOL Well put.


13 posted on 03/08/2011 2:05:45 AM PST by JaneNC (I)
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To: South40
he’s the candidate who can beat Barack Obama on the central issue of the economy.

It's not just the economy. It's individual freedom, limited government, and basic human rights as outlined in the Bill of Rights. Real Americans, like Palin, Bachmann, and DeMint, would back off in the unlikely event that one of their proposals infringed on a fundamental right. The real problem with Mitt and with his twin in our White House is that they see a violation of fundamental rights and say "find a way to do what I want and get around that".

14 posted on 03/08/2011 2:08:09 AM PST by Pollster1 (Natural born citizen of the USA, with the birth certificate to prove it)
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To: PA-RIVER
He's got my vote over Sobarkah the Kenyan Muslim Communist, hands down, any day of the week.

Really? I see little difference between Obama and Romney.

Romney will say anything to get elected.

His actions speak much louder.

If he should win the nomination (Heaven forbid), I suspect a lot of conservatives will stay home on Election Day.

15 posted on 03/08/2011 2:11:59 AM PST by Allegra (Hey! Stop looking at my tagline like that.)
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To: PA-RIVER
He's pro-abortion:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_w9pquznG4

He's anti-Second Amendment:

The candidate reiterated his support for an assault weapons ban contained in Congress’ crime bill, and the Brady law which imposes a five-day waiting period on handgun purchases. ‘I don’t think (the waiting period) will have a massive effect on crime but I think it will have a positive effect,’ Romney said.
Source: Boston Herald Aug 1, 1994

He's in favor of forcing citizens to buy insurance and pay for the health care of other citizens.

With regards to my health care plan, let me describe what is the ultimate conservative approach. In this country, you have today about 47 million people that don’t have health insurance. We went out and tried to find out why they don’t. We found out that about half of them could afford to buy insurance if it were reasonably priced. They could afford to buy it, but they weren’t buying it. If we get sick, we can go to the hospital and get care for free.“ And we said: what? If somebody could afford insurance, they should either buy the insurance or pay their own way. They don’t have to buy insurance if they don’t want to, but pay their own way. But they shouldn’t be allowed to just show up at the hospital and say, somebody else should pay for me. So we said: No more free riders. It was like bringing “workfare” to welfare. We said: If you can afford insurance, then either have the insurance or get a health savings account. Pay your own way, but no more free ride. That was what the mandate did.
Source: 2008 Republican debate at Reagan Library in Simi Valley Jan 30, 2008

So I don't know why Romney hates ObamaCare. By Romney's own admission, if half of 47 million people can't afford health insurance but are forced to have it, then we, the taxpayer pay for that half.

16 posted on 03/08/2011 2:21:19 AM PST by mountainbunny
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To: PA-RIVER
Romney is an unprincipled coward and I doubt he's actually ever run a company? Calling Romney an astute businessman is like calling GWB a great baseball team manager, both were just front man for the money bag investor group. Neither were involved in day to day decision making. Romney was another favored son and another perfumed exec who manipulated funds to buy and sell operations, stripping out jobs and assets along the way to temporarily enhance bottom lines. Basically just another corporate raider and his record as such needs exposure. As a governor he never displayed an iota of political courage of principle....he's a coward! He'd certainly be marginally better than Hussein if only he had COURAGE and a little more straw!
17 posted on 03/08/2011 2:28:13 AM PST by iopscusa (El Vaquero. (SC Lowcountry Cowboy))
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To: PA-RIVER
He's proud to be an American

He's proud all right. Too proud to serve or have anyone in his family serve, or admit that going to bed with a mint on your pillow at the Marriott isn't exactly the same as being shot at in Afghanistan or Iraq.

Romney very publicly equated having his five sons riding around in motor homes, staying in swanky hotels, campaigning for him, with what our men in uniform are doing:

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Wednesday defended his five sons' decision not to enlist in the military, saying they're showing their support for the country by "helping me get elected."

He added: "One of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping me get elected because they think I'd be a great president."

Romney noted that his middle son, 36-year-old Josh, was completing a recreational vehicle tour of all 99 Iowa counties on Wednesday and said, "I respect that and respect all those and the way they serve this great country."

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/08/08/politics/main3147321.shtml?source=RSSattr=Politics_3147321

18 posted on 03/08/2011 2:32:33 AM PST by mountainbunny
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To: mountainbunny
Many states force everyone to pay for health care. Its pulled directly from the paycheck.

Its a state issue that he was forced to deal with.

Federally, there is no constitutional authority to get involved. He agrees with that.

If he is the candidate running against Soebarkah the America hating Kenyan born muzzie, then Romney has my vote.

19 posted on 03/08/2011 2:32:55 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: iopscusa
As a governor he never displayed an iota of political courage of principle....he's a coward!

I've lived in Massachusetts my entire life, and I can tell you that you're absolutely correct.

He's the master of blowing with the political winds --at least he was until he signed on to Romneycare. He didn't expect that to blow-up in his face. Sometimes there is justice in this world.

20 posted on 03/08/2011 2:35:15 AM PST by St_Thomas_Aquinas
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To: mountainbunny
I have three children, eligible to serve. Non of them are.

I encouraged them to Join under Bush. Not now.

I thank god every night that the America hating Islamo Kenyan in DC cant get his hands on them.

21 posted on 03/08/2011 2:45:25 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: mountainbunny
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Wednesday defended his five sons' decision not to enlist in the military, saying they're showing their support for the country by "helping me get elected."

He added: "One of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping me get elected because they think I'd be a great president."

Romney noted that his middle son, 36-year-old Josh, was completing a recreational vehicle tour of all 99 Iowa counties on Wednesday and said, "I respect that and respect all those and the way they serve this great country."

I've never liked Romney, but I nver knew about this.

What an arrogant, slimy POS.

22 posted on 03/08/2011 2:45:39 AM PST by Allegra (Hey! Stop looking at my tagline like that.)
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To: americanophile

He couldn’t even beat McCain.

We don’t need ANY from the 2008 GOP presidential loser pack that gave our nation over to the socialist.


23 posted on 03/08/2011 2:45:55 AM PST by Happy Rain ("Only God has more power than the Second Amendment to save America.")
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To: St_Thomas_Aquinas

And let me guess, you voted for Ted Kennedy four or five times... even when he ran against Romney.


24 posted on 03/08/2011 2:48:09 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: EternalVigilance

Romneybot alert.


25 posted on 03/08/2011 2:48:15 AM PST by Allegra (Hey! Stop looking at my tagline like that.)
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To: PA-RIVER
Many states force everyone to pay for health care. Its pulled directly from the paycheck.

Which other states force "everyone" to pay for healthcare?

Because Massachusetts doesn't.

Massachusetts forces taxpayers to pay for everyone's health care. On welfare or "too poor" or "too sick" or just don't wanna? ? Thank a Massachusetts taxpayer. They are the ones paying outrageous tax bills.

Not "everyone", as you claim. Middle class taxpayers.

Its a state issue that he was forced to deal with.

He was not forced to require that taxpayers subsidize everyone and their dog in Massachusetts, but he did it anyway.

Now, thanks to Romney, Massachusetts is left with huge government interventions into the private lives of citizens, double digit increases for employer health care costs, and a huge taxpayer burden.

As an experiment, however, the Massachusetts law has revealed certain weaknesses in the plan. Three areas of concern are: overreaching social planning by the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority (the “exchange”); double-digit increases in health insurance costs for many employers and individuals, and too much taxpayer money still underwriting free care.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0310/34588.html

That article was written by Tim Murphy, Secretary of Health and Human Services Romney.

According to Murphy, while admitting the massive problems, he thinks the law can be fixed with yet more government intervention. Apparently, the people Romney appoints are about as bright as he is.

As a conservative, I'm appalled at the thought of stealing an individual's hard earned money to fund other people's lifestyles.

I'm not in favor of "overreaching social planning", either.

Your mileage may vary, of course.

26 posted on 03/08/2011 2:51:07 AM PST by mountainbunny
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To: Allegra

I hope Josh Romney wasn’t campaigning in Kenya, Like our President did back in 2006. Or Germany, 2008. It was Iowa, right?

If he was, let me join you in calling his father a scumbag.


27 posted on 03/08/2011 2:54:07 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: Allegra
A key hurdle for Romney among GOP primary voters will be...

Explaining how the most liberal Governor in America's history, a man who instituted "gay" "marriage", banned guns, pushed through socialized medicine complete with taxpayer-funded $50 co-pay abortions, and thoroughly homosexualized state government and the public schools, could ever plausibly claim to be a "conservative" or a "republican."

28 posted on 03/08/2011 2:55:50 AM PST by EternalVigilance (It ain't how much lead you've got. It's whether you can put lead on the target.)
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To: mountainbunny
When I worked in New Jersey they had a state deduction in my paycheck for uninsured Wellfare leaches that used hospitals for primary care.

The supreme court and legislature of New Jersey started writing law, long ago, forcing Governors hands, much like Massatooshits.

If Massatooshits people are unhappy with Romney care, why the f$%k do they still have it? He's been gone for what, eight years?

29 posted on 03/08/2011 3:01:53 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: mewykwistmas

<< ObamaCare
RomenyCare >>

Big difference is that RomneyCare, if you will, was enacted Constitutionally, and that is, at the state level, instead of unconstitutionally at the federal level as ObamaCare was.

Combine that with the fact that Massachusetts is like a communist state — literally AND figuratively — and Romney was merely giving his constituents what they wanted, I think the comparison of RomneyCare to ObamaCare is at best moot at this point in time, and at worse self-defeating, as any harping on it by conservatives may just be used against us in a head-to-head with Obama in November, 2012.

So far, we have nobody declared for 2012 for our side. I think we should hold our applause for the end until ALL the candidates are announced. By picking on only the candidates flaws, we’re playing right into the hands of the Democrats.


30 posted on 03/08/2011 3:06:07 AM PST by ObamaMustGo2012 (Obama Must Go In 2012)
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To: mountainbunny
Its against the law in virtually every state to turn away people at an emergency room if they have no insurance.

Like it or not, Tax payers pay in virtually every state for the uninsured.

So, if Governor Christy in NJ is collecting this Tax, is he too liberal for the Presidency too? Is any republican governor fit for the presidency?

31 posted on 03/08/2011 3:16:17 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: ObamaMustGo2012
Agreed.

The America hating Kenyan born Islamo fascist must go.

32 posted on 03/08/2011 3:23:10 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: Allegra

Thanks for the ping.

New tagline...


33 posted on 03/08/2011 3:30:25 AM PST by EternalVigilance (Facta non verba. Deeds, not words -- the motto of Ronald Reagan's coat of arms)
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To: PA-RIVER
Is any republican governor fit for the presidency?

The leadership vacuum in the formerly grand old party is almost total. Is this a trick question?

34 posted on 03/08/2011 3:31:51 AM PST by EternalVigilance (Facta non verba. Deeds, not words -- the motto of Ronald Reagan's coat of arms)
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To: South40

Glenn Beck will be pleased.


35 posted on 03/08/2011 3:31:56 AM PST by ViLaLuz (2 Chronicles 7:14)
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To: EternalVigilance

We can always vote for the Kenyan born muzzie .... if he’s not disqualified.


36 posted on 03/08/2011 3:37:21 AM PST by PA-RIVER
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To: South40

I really wish Romney’s haircut would take a flying leap off a bridge somewhere...

I’m so sick of slickmeisters!!

Didn’t we get enough of that crap with Hatch and Spector and the rest?


37 posted on 03/08/2011 3:38:06 AM PST by djf (Dems and liberals: Let's redefine "marriage". We already redefined "natural born citizen".)
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To: PA-RIVER

Or, we can do neither.

Some of us will reject all false choices, thank you very much. We’re still free Americans with the right to do so, which we will exercise. And if you don’t like it, you can go pound sand. I don’t care.


38 posted on 03/08/2011 3:41:23 AM PST by EternalVigilance (Facta non verba. Deeds, not words -- the motto of Ronald Reagan's coat of arms)
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To: Allegra

Not just him and his 5 sons, the Romneys and extended family have been avoiding military service for generations.


39 posted on 03/08/2011 3:43:03 AM PST by Rome2000 (OBAMA IS A COMMUNIST CRYPTO-MUSLIM)
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To: South40
Is he going to step closer to being a republican?

Can he just jump into a phone booth and come out as Ronald Reagan?

40 posted on 03/08/2011 3:48:55 AM PST by SWAMPSNIPER (The Second Amendment, A Matter of Fact, Not a Matter of Opinion)
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To: PA-RIVER
If he is the candidate running against Soebarkah the America hating Kenyan born muzzie, then Romney has my vote.

Uh, with you it goes deeper than that:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/2646355/posts

I honestly dont understand the hatred for Romney on this web site.

Im as conservative as they come and I like him.

Fire away.....

13 posted on Wednesday, December 22, 2010 5:34:29 PM by PA-RIVER

So don't hit us with the usual 'vote for Romney or vote for Obama crap. You like Romney, you said so yourself. At least be honest with your pimping.

Of course, picking Romney would take Obamacare off the table as a campaign issue, just as picking McCain took amnesty off the table in 2008. But don't let the details get in the way of your weak-kneed Romney swooning (what IS it about good hair that makes people depart their senses?)

41 posted on 03/08/2011 4:00:23 AM PST by dirtboy
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To: PA-RIVER
We can always vote for the Kenyan born muzzie .... if he’s not disqualified.

You're not going to sway anybody here with that spinny "argument."

Romney is as RINO as they come and what this country needs now is a conservative.

You talk as though Romney has won the nomination, fulfilling your RINO dreams.

Romeny cannot beat Obama - he's too much like him.

I'll say it again...

Our country needs a conservative to help us get out of the mess we're in.

Romney does not qualify.

42 posted on 03/08/2011 4:04:46 AM PST by Allegra (Hey! Stop looking at my tagline like that.)
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To: SWAMPSNIPER
Can he just jump into a phone booth and come out as Ronald Reagan?

He'll try, if his past is any indication. But it's still just lipstick on a pig.

43 posted on 03/08/2011 4:05:24 AM PST by dirtboy
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To: mountainbunny

I can AFFORD to buy more stuff. I choose not to. I have other priorities.


44 posted on 03/08/2011 4:19:26 AM PST by nonliberal (Graduate: Curtis E. LeMay School of International Relations)
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To: South40

Milt Romney Walked with SUPERMAN



"Whereas most superheroes' secret identities (Bruce Wayne, Peter Parker) are their true identities
--the people they were before their parents were murdered or they were bitten by radioactive spiders
or exposed to gamma rays or what have you--Superman was born Superman.
It's Clark Kent that is the invented alias, the pose, the "costume."
And in the way Superman plays Kent--weak, self-doubting, cowardly--
we can see what he thinks of the human race overall.
It occurred to me that the same is true of Mitt Romney's desperate,
if never terribly persuasive, impersonation of a conservative Republican."
[from "Mitt Romney as Tarantino's Superman", New Republic]


Proven-Failed Governor Mitt Romney should be NOWHERE near government in the USA.

"As U.S. real output grew 13 percent between 2002 and 2006, Massachusetts trailed at 9 percent.
* Manufacturing employment fell 7 percent nationwide those years, but sank 14 percent under Romney, placing Massachusetts 48th among the states.
* Between fall 2003 and autumn 2006, U.S. job growth averaged 5.4 percent, nearly three times Massachusetts' anemic 1.9 percent pace.
* While 8 million Americans over age 16 found work between 2002 and 2006, the number of employed Massachusetts residents actually declined by 8,500 during those years.
"Massachusetts was the only state to have failed to post any gain in its pool of employed residents," professors Sum and McLaughlin concluded.
In an April 2003 meeting with the Massachusetts congressional delegation in Washington, Romney failed to endorse President Bush's $726 billion tax-cut proposal."

[Cato Institute annual Fiscal Policy Report Card - America's Governors, 2004.]


Alex Beam: “In truth, Ronald Reagan
and Mitt Romney have as much in common
as Cardinal O’Malley and Conan O’Brien.
Deservedly or not, Reagan earned a reputation for constancy.
Once he turned against communism, he opposed it big-time.
…. And our former governor? Inconstancy, thy name is Mitt!
A woman’s right to choose? Yes! No! Yes!
Are we in Massachusetts? Yes! Are we in Iowa? No!
Are we on TV? Whatever!”

45 posted on 03/08/2011 4:42:43 AM PST by Diogenesis (Si vis pacem, para bellum)
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To: South40

no, no, no.... a thousand times no...no more of romney... or gingrich, or huckabee, or anyone named bush...i will write in daffy duck before voting for anyone with those last names ( there will be others added to the list soon )


46 posted on 03/08/2011 4:45:21 AM PST by joe fonebone (The House has oversight of the Judiciary...why are the rogue judges not being impeached?)
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To: Allegra
"I suspect a lot of conservatives will stay home on Election Day. "
NNNOOOOOOO..... do not stay home... go to the polls, and take the house and senate, and you local government...write in daffy duck for president instead
47 posted on 03/08/2011 4:47:17 AM PST by joe fonebone (The House has oversight of the Judiciary...why are the rogue judges not being impeached?)
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To: South40

I think the party has had enough of his BS. I sure as hell don’t want him running again.


48 posted on 03/08/2011 4:55:07 AM PST by b4its2late (Ignorance allows liberalism to prosper.)
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To: joe fonebone

If he wins the Republican primaries fair and square I will vote for him. I didn’t like it when the liberal Republicans sat out the Goldwater campaign and I can’t see sitting out this one. Anyone who believes Romney would not be an improvement over Obama needs to be examined.


49 posted on 03/08/2011 4:58:07 AM PST by Russ (Repeal the 17th amendment)
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To: South40
RINOBOYS
50 posted on 03/08/2011 5:07:31 AM PST by FrankR (The Evil Are Powerless If The Good Are Unafraid! - R. Reagan)
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