Skip to comments.Mitt Romney endorses pro-abortion Republican Scott Brown over pro-life rival in Senate race
Posted on 07/08/2014 4:28:47 PM PDT by SumProVita
MANCHESTER, NH Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney has endorsed pro-abortion Republican Scott Brown over his pro-life rival in the primary to see who becomes the GOP's candidate for U.S. senator from New Hampshire.
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Abortion is a curse on America and it needs to be completely renounced...so that our country can be blessed anew.
I just went outside and the sky is still blue.
RINOs gotta be RINOs.
The only good thing about Obama winning is Romney lost.
He’s an evil man who pretends to be good.
Gee Mr. Bill, can we have Mittens run again and WIN??????
Romney. The grand joke.
Isn’t this the same guy who signed into law homosexuals calling themselves married in Massachusetts and also said he was ‘forced to’ by the state supreme court? The same guy who said that government ‘mandates are good, mandates work’?
Seems to me that any conservative would not want a Romney endorsement.
Anyone who supports abortion is NOT conservative in my book!
Seems to me that Conservatives would not want Romney in 2016.
Nice guys don't spend their political careers backstabbing Conservatives and Conservatism.
Did anyone honestly believe that Flip Flop Romney actually was pro-Life? Now that he isn’t running anymore, he doesn’t have to pretend anymore.
Romney was lying every time he opened his mouth in 2012 it seems
First, Brown is a Carpetbagger. Can’t win in Mass, well, I will move across the state line to NH. That alone is a prime reason for Republicans to vote against him in the primary.
As for Romney, the loser in 2012, the last I knew he lived in Mass. So, as a Republican he has no business inserting himself in NH primary politics.
As for Romney again, he lost in 2012 because of the campaign which HE ran. Plus, his VP partner ran a lousy campaign as well, as evidenced by his dismal performance in his debate with Biden. Now, from the cloakrooms deep in the bowels of the Republican central control room, we see the Romney name mysteriously appearing as a possible candidate on the Republican presidential ticket. No thank you.
To paraphrase the late great Ronald Reagan when asked why he left the Democrat Party, I say that I have not left the Republican Party. Rather the Republican Party has left me. I am just one more former Republican, one who has been a registered Republican and voter for the past 50 years.
“the last I knew he lived in Mass. So, as a Republican he has no business inserting himself in NH primary politics.”
So I assume the same holds true for Sarah Palin?
Really wish this Mutt would hurry along to Kolob and start repopulating his planet...
Hmmm, I think that anyone who is OK with dismembering little baby boys and girls is NOT a nice guy.
This just can’t be true. Just today I was told that Mitt Romney is a man of good character. /S
We need to get past that. He was a corporate raider who ruined a lot of people's livelihoods. He was either too racist or didn't have the guts to articulate to the "lower 47%" why they should support conservative values. And now he prefers someone who supports the slaughter of the preborn, a proven loser, over someone who's pro-life?
Some plug for Brown’s opponnent. Lead paragraph and they don’t even mention the name.
btw, don’t run for president, rino.
masscare is obamacare. just as spectacularly a failure.
It has always been my contention that he is a slippery dude. I saw it during the Republic debates.
But idiots on the Republican side are touting Romney as the nominee for 2016. And he has done so well in 2008 and 2012.
But I thought Romney was a “severe conservative?”
(Do I need a “sarc” tag?)
So now we want to abandon any hope of this Senate seat and hate on Brown and Romney for supporting Brown.
The republicans need this seat, or at least to get democrats to devote resources there. Brown has some chance of winning.
But none of that matters, we’ll just wait until Massachussetts, etc become pro life and we’ll let the democrats have the states and the USA until then.
At one time Brown’s opponent, Bob Smith, was decent conservative Senator, especially by NE standards. But towards the end of his tenure he went completely nutso. I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw Mitt’s wallet. Folks in NH are screwed in their choices.
Brownie is a done deal, but the story is the complete and total collapse of the organized Republican party in NH.
Why keep insisting that pathological liar and something of a pro-abortion monster by republican standards, is a “nice guy”?
Mitt is like Reid, soft spoken and not a physical threat himself, but he is a monster internally, and his entire life reveals that.
Still harping on Palin? “”Better yet, wait until Sarah Palin endorses Romney, then some heads will really explode.””
Romney quit pretending that he was pro-life, after he won the nomination.
August 27, 2012 CBS interview with Scott Pelley:
PELLEY: Well, the platform as written at this convention for the Republicans does not allow for exceptions on abortion with regard to the health of the mother or rape or incest. Is that where you are?
ROMNEY: No. My position has been clear throughout this campaign. Im in favor of abortion being legal in the case of rape and incest, and the health and life of the mother. =========================================================
NEW YORK (TheBlaze/AP) On the same day the second U.S. presidential debate was held, Mitt Romneys campaign has released a new television ad suggesting the Republican hopeful believes abortion should be an option in certain cases.
Mitt Romney doesn’t matter anymore.
That is true, I find it hard to believe that so many still have faith in the liberal loser from the Northeast
Doesn't matter whether an abortion supporter and queer lover has an R or a D behind the name. Their morals are equally bankrupt, their politics both statist.
It's kind of incredible to me that there are still some who don't get this.
Yeah. A bad joke, like a friggin' vampire. The guy needs a stake through his political heart. He just sucks the blood out of the right, and won't die.
Which just tells me that the problem isn't really Romney, the problem is the Republican party.
A ridiculous fraud.
Don't bet on it.
Yeah, I thought that Bob Smith was his worst enemy.
“...Brown trails incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in fundraising and by 10 points in a Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll conducted last month. His approval rating is also far below hers; 52 percent of New Hampshire voters have a positive view of Shaheen, versus a mere 35 percent for Brown.
I can’t believe that there isn’t a universal disgust with everything Democrat.
And I guess I should be worried that maybe maybe taking control of the Senate isn’t gonna happen after all.
Scott Brown spit on many of his supporters after he won in 2010, he rubbed their faces in it as he mocked them.
I didn’t know that Brown had an opponent. That is good news. Hopefully the other guy beats the liberal Brown.
As per Ballotpedia, there are actually 10! candidates running for the Republican nomination to the US Senate in New Hampshire in their Sept 9 primary election.
Bob Smith: Former New Hampshire Senator
Scott Brown: Former Massachusetts Senator
Jim Rubens: Former state Senator
Jeanne Sheehan is the only democrat running.
There will also be one independent candidate on the November ballot: P. Gardner Goldsmith. Ballotpedia notes, “Goldsmith is seeking the Libertarian nomination”. NH does not actually have any parties other than Republicans and Democrats, so he is actually running as a non party candidate.
Scott is sure to lose now!
Bob Smith is a fruitcake who endorsed Kerry for President. He also would have zero chance of winning the election.
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But it’s stunning to me that the country’s OBVIOUSLY going to Hell and that Democrats still have a chance to win in places that aren’t already complete Democrat sinkholes like NH.
What can you do when you want to hold your nose to vote for someone, but he mocks you and rubs your nose in it?
At some point you you have to just walk away from an individual.
Imho, Shaheen will win.
No surprise. Slick Mitt endorsing the Cosmo guy. Both a couple of liberal RINOs who we don’t need nor want.
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