Skip to comments.With Brown out, GOP mulls Romney energy
Posted on 02/02/2013 4:59:15 AM PST by Diogenesis
With Brown out, GOP mulls Romney energy
(He's back; Mr. RomneyCARE and family for MA Senate))
"Massachusetts Republicans are desperately scrambling to find
a strong Senate candidate to replace Scott Brown,
with some even trying to persuade Mitt Romneys wife or son
to jump into the race to avert another electoral disaster.
... Other GOP leaders also raised the prospect of Mitts eldest son, Tagg,
launching a surprise Senate campaign.
Tagg Romney was a close campaign adviser
and surrogate for his father and is a successful businessman living in Belmont."
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
Smpking is bad Johnny. we must ban smoking it’s bad for peoples health.
Now abortion on the otherhand is good and a right of healthcare.
Oh hell....Could I have been lied to? Could it be that CGG who requests I not respond to here, thus invalidating my need to ping her to this mention of her name, is completely full of ...
I was so blind. Bless me Johnny for I haZ slimed. I see the truth now. I was seduced by the idea of a grandmother being so devoted to the cause that she was willing to sacrifice the lives of another mother’s children to get what she wants.
You know...I have a sneaking suspicion that she might not be conservative at all...
But isn’t it worth it if we just bend a little to...you know...people who ...ah...like (ahem) ceegars?
We could WIN!!!!!
You don't wait on the campaign to change the minds of voters who don't exist ~ like Romney thought he was going to attract that 10% of undecided moderates in the middle ~ when there is no middle, and there was no 10%.
The Democrats beat that by getting out more Democrats to vote for Obama ~ although a lot less of them than they'd had in 2008!
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