Skip to comments.Romney On Palin Doubting He Is Conservative: "Not Quite Sure What She'd Be Referring To"
Posted on 02/15/2012 7:33:27 AM PST by C19fan
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney responds to Sarah Palin saying she is not convinced he is a conservative during his appearance on Wednesday's "FOX & Friends."
"Well we should probably spend some time with Sarah Palin, although she is hard to find. She's on your show all the time," Romney said.
"I'm not quite sure what she'd be referring to. I'm pro-life, pro-traditional marriage. I believe in the second amendment. As governor, I balanced the budget every year I was in office. Put in place a $2 million rainy-day fund. Cut taxes 19 times," he also said.
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And that’s the problem. RINOmney is “not quite sure” about anything until an appropriate poll tells him what he thinks.
Shove it, RINOmney.
Up your Obama.
If you have to ask you’ll never understand it.
“I’m not quite sure what she’d be referring to.”
Talk about leading with your chin..... OK, Sarah, he’s asking for it. LOL
“Well we should probably spend some time with Sarah Palin, although she is hard to find. She’s on your show all the time,”
Including this morning, so if he couldn’t find her, he wasn’t looking too hard.
A conservative, a moderate, and a liberal walk into a bar,
the bartender says “Hi, Mitt”.
Nice stump speech.
Pray for America
Romney, you duffus, just because you call it a fee or a surcharge does not mean it ain’t a tax.
If it walks like a duck and quacks, it’s a freaking duck.
Why don’t you just go back to the Democratic Party where you belong, and stop telling people you’re a conservative, because you aren’t, you RINO.
That's all that matters.
Maybe she's referring to your party affiliation all through the Reagan years.
Perhaps she's thinking about your wife's quote 'we didn't know a single republican when Mitt ran for governor'.
Or she could be talking about your relationship to your 'good friend' Ted Kennedy.
But I think its most likely she's referring to your left wing record of governance.
He is obviously “practiced at the art of deception”.
His reply reminds me of the phrase
on whether the LDS Church holds that, “God the Father was once a man, Mormon LDS Church President Gordon B. Hinckley said, “I don’t know that we teach it.”
Wasn’t this AM her first appearance on Fox & Friends?
And as with many other states, the MA budget has to be balanced by order of its Constitution.
He cut some taxes while he was guv but he of course raised far more, especially with ‘fees’.
Everyone knows he was pro-choice until that was no longer convenient for him and he was completely rolled on the gay marriage thing, going state constitutionally above and beyond to force the legislature to endorse a judiciary suggested solution.
He knows full well what she’s talking about—as does the majority of the Fox & Friends viewers. I so hope he doesn’t get the nomination.
Willard wouldn't recognize a conservative if he was bit in the arse by one.
Conservatives have ‘CORE VALUES’, which define their character AND their public policies.
Conservatives INSTINCT is to defend those core values, and NOT IMEDIATELY SEEK COMPROMISE!
Your history of NOT FIGHTING FOR CONSERVATIVE CAUSES is the reason for the “moderate” label!
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