Skip to comments.Impact of Romney campaign gaffe
Posted on 03/22/2012 4:07:29 PM PDT by God-fear-republican
ERIC FEHRNSTROM, ROMNEY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR: I think he hit a reset button for the fall campaign. Everything changes, it's almost like an Etch A Sketch you can kind of shake it up and restart all over again.
GINGRICH, R - PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Some people talk about making pledges that are in stone. But the idea that a Romney pledge is on Etch A Sketch, this should remind everyone in the conservative movement why they are very worried about a Romney presidency and about a Romney candidacy. And it really makes you doubt and wonder about his sincerity.
RICK SANTORUM: When the primary is over you're gonna see a very different Mitt Romney. We all knew that. May he at least have the courage to admit what we all knew.
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I understand your sentiment but this time it is essential that the government “get something done.” As in rolling back Obamacare, rescinding the onerous EPA regs, amending Dodd-Frank to the point it becomes invisible, stop the folly of funding green energy in a willy-nilly fashion while sensibly utilizing our voluminous oil, natural gas and, yes, even coal resources, doing what can be done to restore a business friendly climate where people get back to work and fuel our ecomomy. Also, start to modify the Medicare program so it doesn’t financially swallow us whole.
Simply put, if much of the damage Obama and his Dim cronies in DC, in the union halls, in Hollywood, in the newsrooms and TV studios, has done isn’t countered in the next presidential term it will no longer much matter who is elected. By that time (2017), the socialist and fascist rot will be damned well entrenched all throughout our society and almost impossible to stop.
So, please, don’t be so quick to declare “I will never do.....this or that.” If you’re in a battleground state, your single vote could mean a lot.
Personally, I think Obama is going to get routed. But I may be wrong so I will go vote R top to botton on Nov. 6. We need to get the presidency AND control of the senate. Republicans need both or I fear greatly for our republic.
If one party is in control I would rather it be the Republicans, obviously.
I find them a little more trustworthy than Dems, but not a whole lot.