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  • Final Romney Rally Rocks New Hampshire: 10K Overflow Crowd at 11PM

    11/06/2012 2:45:13 AM PST · by markomalley · 16 replies
    Big Government ^ | 11/6/12 | Tony Lee
    Mitt Romney closed his campaign in the state where it began -- New Hampshire -- in front of a raucous, energetic, and enthusiastic crowd of over 10,000 at the Verizon Center. Thousands more people were outside of the arena, unable to get into the event.  “This is a special moment for Ann and for me because this is where our campaign began," Romney said, noting that his victory in New Hampshire's primary put him "on the path to win the Republican nomination." Rock Star Kid Rock performed at the event, which Romney used to contrast his hopeful message for America with...
  • The presidential race is over, cue the conspiracy theories

    11/01/2012 12:18:17 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 40 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | October 30, 2012 | Theo Caldwell
    This race is over, but the conspiracy theories are about to begin. And, boy howdy, are things going to get ugly. To wit, Mitt Romney will defeat Barack Obama for the presidency on November 6, after which there will be hysterical blowback. The election result is quantifiable, with Romney consistently leading in national tracking polls, finding a level at or above 50 percent in many, and closing the necessary gaps in swing states and among demographic groups. Greater evidence can be found, however, in Obama’s sour demeanor and the conduct of his campaign. What a mess. Opinion-peddlers have noted that...
  • Rove: Battleground State Polls Will Move Toward Romney

    10/28/2012 10:53:07 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 12 replies
    Newsmax ^ | October 28, 2012 | Stephen Feller
    The lead that Gov. Mitt Romney has carried in national polls since the first presidential debate should be reflected oon in state-by-state polls — indicating a potential Romney victory on election day, Karl Rove said on “Fox News Sunday.” Rove added that as the state polls reflect the national mood, Romney may begin to see states such as Minnesota, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, come into play for his electoral vote count. “If the margin is as big nationally as it appears in these national polls, then you will have the state polls follow,” he said. “Now we may have something else...
  • Romney Rally at Red Rocks, Colorado [Photos]

    10/24/2012 5:04:25 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 12 replies
    Battleground Watch ^ | October 23, 2012 | Keith Backer
  • I'm coming for you.

    10/04/2012 2:00:19 AM PDT · by Thebaddog · 9 replies
    Self | 10.4.12 | Self
    A poster last night read Mitts lips at the opening greeting. He said, "I'm coming for you." Man-o-man, this is just like sending a stale pizza to Axeldouche's Chicago headquarters last spring. I'M COMING FOR YOU, loser!
  • Romney's Challenge: He Is Already the Incumbent

    09/30/2012 7:34:11 AM PDT · by Evil Slayer · 24 replies
    Brietbart ^ | 9/30/12 | Joel B. Pollak
    Mitt Romney is about as close to defeating President Barack Obama as any Republican could have hoped to be. The polls--if you believe them--show him slightly or significantly behind, but within striking distance. The challenge he faces is unique: he is acting, and is being treated as, the incumbent rather than the insurgent. In effect, "President" Romney has been in office since mid-August, with none of the power but all of the responsibility. It was President Romney, not Obama, who set aside time to visit victims of Hurricane Isaac. It was President Romney, not Obama, who reacted swiftly to the...
  • Where President Romney Would Go to Church

    09/27/2012 2:10:23 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 46 replies
    Time magazine ^ | September 27, 2012 | Elizabeth Dias
    Bishop Robert Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ in Chevy Chase, MD, isn’t exactly sure how to handle the casserole question. You see, the Mormon church is run by volunteers, and every member has a job: teaching Sunday school, managing church finances, organizing community food drives, or serving in the tutoring program. So when I asked Bishop Nelson who in his congregation would bring a casserole to Ann Romney if she were to get the flu while her husband was President of the United States, he paused and chuckled. “I can imagine wanting to bring the...
  • Obama Camp: Romney’s Remarks Disqualify Him From Serving

    09/18/2012 2:10:54 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 74 replies
    Talk Radio News Service ^ | September 18, 2012 | Justin Duckham and Geoff Holtzman
    UPDATE 3: In an interview Tuesday afternoon with Fox News host Neil Cavuto, Romney discussed the remarks he made that have landed him on the hot seat this week. At one point in the interview, Romney said his statement about the roughly 47 percent of Americans that don’t pay federal income taxes was meant to differentiate his economic agenda from President Obama’s. “Frankly,” he said, “we have two very different views about America. The President’s view is one of a larger government. There is a tape that just came out today where the President is saying he likes redistribution. I...
  • Romney Email: STATE OF THE RACE

    09/11/2012 12:29:43 AM PDT · by sf4dubya · 19 replies
    Email ^ | 9/10/2012 | Neil Newhouse, Romney for President Pollster
    Rec'd the following email today from the Romney campaign. MEMORANDUM TO: Interested Parties FROM: Neil Newhouse, Romney for President Pollster RE: State of the Race DATE: September 10, 2012 Don't get too worked up about the latest polling.  While some voters will feel a bit of a sugar-high from the conventions, the basic structure of the race has not changed significantly.  The reality of the Obama economy will reassert itself as the ultimate downfall of the Obama Presidency, and Mitt Romney will win this race.   In his acceptance speech, President Obama did not offer any solutions for the millions...
  • Gaffe-O-Matic: Biden Calls Mitt ‘President Romney’

    05/08/2012 6:45:47 AM PDT · by Silentgypsy · 17 replies
    Breitbart TV ^ | 05/07/2012 | Unattributed
    On “Meet he Press,” Biden referred to Mitt Romney as “President Romney.”
  • Joe Biden calls Mitt Romney 'President Romney'...(The box of rocks that keeps on giving...)

    05/07/2012 9:46:06 AM PDT · by AngelesCrestHighway · 58 replies
    KFI640.com ^ | 05/07/12 | Jonathon M. Seidl
    It’s almost become expected at this point. In the nearly four years he’s been in office, Vice President Joe Biden has awed the country with his gaffes (see here, here, and here, just to name a few). And on Sunday, he struck again. During an interview with David Gregory on “Meet The Press,” Biden’s mind seemed otherwise occupied when it came to consistently and correctly referring to who he was talking about. For example, at one point, and much to the joy of Republicans, he referred to Mitt Romney as “President Romney.” But as if that wasn’t embarrassing enough, he...
  • Iowa ads will push Bachmann movie in weeks before straw poll

    07/23/2011 9:28:38 PM PDT · by Bigtigermike · 82 replies
    The Des Moines Register | Saturday July 23, 2011 | Jennifer Jacobs
    Link only due to copyright issues: Link to Article
  • Presidential Candidate Bachmann On Jobs and Unemployment:(VIDEO)

    07/09/2011 11:58:49 AM PDT · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 11 replies
    VIDEO:WATCH THE INTERVIEW:Presidential Candidate Bachmann On Jobs and Unemployment
  • Does Michele Bachmann 'Walk the Talk?'

    07/10/2011 6:09:52 AM PDT · by curth · 105 replies
    C4P ^ | Posted on July 09 2011 - 11:17 PM | Posted by: Stacy Drake
    It’s common these days to hear media talking heads refer to Michele Bachmann as the “Tea Party favorite” in the upcoming 2012 GOP primary race. Unlike Governor Palin who has always stated that the Tea Party doesn’t need one specific leader, Bachmann has tried to cast herself into such a role. She created a “Tea Party Caucus” in congress and gave the “Tea Party response” following Obama’s State of the Union Address last January. The Tea Party is comprised mainly of independent-minded small government activists who are sick and tired of the way Washington is operating. These are people who...
  • Judge a campaign by its lawyer [Romney, Bachmann using Establishment "power law firm"]

    07/09/2011 9:27:01 AM PDT · by Al B. · 21 replies
    Politico ^ | July 9, 2011 | Kenneth Vogel
    Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann may represent competing visions of the direction of the Republican Party, but both their presidential campaigns are relying on legal advice from partners at Patton Boggs, the Washington power law firm that pioneered innovative fundraising strategies for 2008 GOP White House hopefuls that left advocates for reducing the role of money in politics crying foul. [...] And law firm signings are as closely watched as those of top campaign operatives or pollsters. Take Bachmann, the Minnesota congresswoman initially written off by some handicappers as a fringe anti-establishment candidate whose appeal was limited to tea party...
  • Christian Right Accused of Sexism Over Lack of Enthusiasm for Bachmann

    07/08/2011 5:30:19 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 98 replies
    Christian Post ^ | July 7, 2011 | Napp Nazworth
    Christian Right leaders are not rallying behind Michele Bachmann for president and it’s “probably” because they are sexist, contends a writer for Time. .....“Totally unfair and inaccurate” is how Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America, described [Amy] Sullivan's characterization. Nance was invited to join the conference call but was unable to do so. “Social conservatives are ready for a woman president,” Nance said. “In fact, the McCain campaign really took off,” added Nance, “after Sarah Palin was nominated.” Nance remembered that during the 2008 election she was mostly standing on the sidelines until Palin was added to the...
  • The Thin Political Resume of Michele Bachmann (She has never even run state wide!)

    07/02/2011 11:40:30 AM PDT · by Brices Crossroads · 232 replies
    07/02/2011 | Brices Crossroads
    Much has been written about Michele Bachmann's lack of any executive experience and the crippling disability it poses for her campaign for the GOP nomination and for the Presidency. But candidates with no executive experience have won the Presidency before. Both JFK and Obama come to mind. It is true that no GOP nominee in well over 100 years has lacked executive experience. (Even Senator Warren Harding had served as Lieutenant Governor of Ohio and William Howard Taft had been the Governor of both the Philippines and Cuba). It is a major obstacle for her, especially in this cycle and...
  • Why Bachmann's Candidacy is DOA While Palin's Endures: An Historical Perspective

    07/01/2011 6:13:52 PM PDT · by Brices Crossroads · 241 replies
    07/01/2011 | Brices Crossroads
    I recently posted an article suggesting that Mchele Bachmann's candidacy, and its impact on Sarah Palin, is reminiscent of the 1980 candidacy of Phil Crane, which Ronald Reagan considered a threat to his nomination: Is Michele Bachmann Sarah Palin's Phil Crane? LINKAs I point out in the article linked above, Crane never really thought he had a chance for the nomination, and he was content to have one of the moderates (Baker or Bush) get the nomination in hopes that they would install Crane as the Vice-Presidential nominee. I did not explore some of the reasons why Crane's belief was...
  • Bachmann Said to Have Deal For Memoir

    07/01/2011 3:10:15 PM PDT · by FreeReign · 25 replies
    Blogs NY Times ^ | June 16, 2011 | JULIE BOSMAN
    Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota has made a deal to publish her memoir, selling a book to Sentinel, a conservative imprint at Penguin Group USA, two people familiar with the negotiations said on Thursday. Ms. Bachmann, a Tea Party favorite who announced her presidential candidacy during the Republican debate on Monday, has been shopping her memoir for weeks, meeting with several New York publishers to discuss a possible deal. The book is tentatively expected to be released this fall. John Fund, a columnist for the Wall Street Journal, will assist with the writing of the book.
  • Salt Lake City a finalist for 2012 Republican National Convention

    01/31/2010 11:28:30 AM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 85 replies · 888+ views
    Deseret News ^ | January 31, 2010 | Abigail Shaha
    SALT LAKE CITY — The next Republican presidential nominee could be named in Utah. After four months of study, the GOP has selected Salt Lake City as one of four finalists for the 2012 Republican National Convention, an event that could bring 30,000 people to the state for several days. The other finalists will be announced early next week, and the winner will be selected in late summer after GOP officials visit each city. If Salt Lake City gets the bid, the 2012 event would be the first GOP convention held in the Intermountain West. Denver hosted the Democratic National...
  • McCain and Rumsfeld

    01/27/2008 9:58:30 PM PST · by Checkers · 56 replies · 114+ views
    hughhewitt.townhall.com ^ | 01/26/2008 | Hugh Hewitt
    I admire Donald Rumsfeld. The former two-time Secretary of Defense, White House Chief of Staff and Congressman is also a former naval aviator and a very successful private sector executive. Rumsfeld's life has been defined by public service of the highest sort. His leadership in the war, from the moment he went towards the crash site on 9/11, was defined by a relentless focus on the enemy, a focus so extraordinary that it made him a political liability and a target for every grouser inside the Pentagon and every critic of the war--for whatever reason-- outside of the building. His...
  • Romney Leads in Ill Will Among G.O.P. Candidates

    01/24/2008 5:01:18 AM PST · by period end of story · 141 replies · 37+ views
    NY TIMES ^ | January 24, 2008 | Michael Luo
    TAMPA, Fla. — At the end of the Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire this month, when the Democrats joined the candidates on stage, Mitt Romney found himself momentarily alone as his counterparts mingled, looking around a bit stiffly for a companion. The moment was emblematic of a broader reality that has helped shape the Republican contest and could take center stage again on Thursday at a debate in Florida. Within the small circle of contenders, Mr. Romney has become the most disliked. With so much attention recently on the sniping between Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama on...
  • Heh (by Hugh Hewitt)

    12/03/2007 8:42:02 PM PST · by Checkers · 34 replies · 145+ views
    hughhewitt.townhall.com ^ | 12/3/2007 | Hugh Hewitt
    For nearly a year MSMers have been demanding Mitt Romney give a speech about his religion. Now the former Massachusetts governor announces he will give a speech about religious liberty --five days before absentee ballots are available in New Hampshire, and days before the country tunes out politics for carols, family, turkey and football-- and the big media turn on cue and begin to focus everything on the Bush Library and the speech. Romney will walk on to a stage with a thousand reporters and hundreds of thousands of voters watching and give a speech on --religious liberty. He will...
  • Vanity: Romney Rocks in Reno/Sparks, Nevada

    10/14/2007 12:50:47 AM PDT · by rscully · 65 replies · 279+ views
    self | 10-13-07 | rscully
    The Conservative Leadership Conference was held at John Ascuaga’s Nugget Hotel/Casino in Sparks, Nevada (Sparks is right next door to Reno, Nevada), from Thursday, October 11 through Saturday, October 12, 2007. There was a very large turnout. There were several conservative speakers who attended, including Mitt Romney and Duncan Hunter. Ron Paul and Alan Keyes were also among the featured speakers. I was working the conference itself, as a concierge to the public speakers in the VIP room, as well as helping to register guests, media and speakers. Governor Romney spoke on Friday, October 12th. He first spoke at the...
  • Romney says he's religious, but won't discuss Mormon doctrine

    06/06/2006 10:11:12 PM PDT · by Panerai · 389 replies · 3,472+ views
    Boston.com ^ | 06/06/2006 | Steve LeBlanc
    Gov. Mitt Romney says he would be willing to talk about his Mormon religion in broad terms should he run for president but would shy away from debating specific beliefs. "I think initially some people would say, `Gosh, I don't know much about your faith. Tell me about it.' And I'd probably outline the fundamentals: I'm a religious person, I believe that Jesus Christ is my savior," Romney said during an appearance on PBS's "The Charlie Rose Show." "But then as you get into the details of doctrines, I'd probably say, 'Look, time out.'" Among other things, Mormons believed in...