Levin said he continues to be very concerned about Romney, particularly with the candidates public reticence in recent days to join conservatives who have made statements and appearances on behalf of the embattled fast-food chain.
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and NEWT!!!!!!!!!!!! I want to hear Newt!
Without Sarah, and Newt as well (IMHO), this is a terrible thumb nose to conservatives/tea-partiers, and bad harbinger of things to come, and notice that while we may vote ‘R’, we are NOT happy about it...
There is a price Romeny has to pay for the way he behaved in the primaries; he’s done really nothing to assuage up to now and showing every indication this will continue...
Anybody else feel like a red headed step child?
I have gone from a “never” vote for Willard to a “yes, but spit” but have now swung to a “maybe but probably not” vote.
Why do we keep doing this to ourselves? Seems like every election cycle now.
I thought Palin picked Rice even though Rice is pro-abortion:
I would certainly prefer a presidential and vice presidential candidate who had that respect for all innocent, precious purposeful human life and showed that respect via being a pro-life candidate, she [Palin] said. We need to remember, though, that its not the vice president that would legislate abortion, and that would be Congresss role. And well keep that in mind.