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Preview of tonight’s post-results speeches



Anyway, no matter what happens tonight, I just hope Romney is soon able to figure out even one reason people should vote for him.

And I don’t mean the normal nonsense spiel like “I love America” or “I can beat Obama”

So far, besides those two, I have only heard people state
– “he worked in the Capitalist/Private Sector” – which can be said of most democrats, including even Soros (one of the more successful Capitalists on the planet). Besides, Bain is apparently a breading-bed for Democrats if you investigate their roster.
– “do you want Obama picking Judges” – a line which would normally be a sound argument. However, in the case of Romney, he appointed Liberal or Activist-Independent Judges (Pro-Choice, Gay-Right and Environmental; bragging he wanted “diversity”) to three-fourths of his spots in MA and has already hired Establishment hacks like Sununu (of Souter-pushing fame)

I’m not Obama is not a campaign platform when you are in actual actions possibly even worse then him.

So give us a reason Mitt!

    Say_What in reply to Darkstar58. | January 31, 2012 at 3:11 pm

    There isn’t a a reason unless you count; It is my turn to run and lose one for the ole GOP

      ID_Neon in reply to Say_What. | January 31, 2012 at 4:29 pm

      God is moving His servants in Christ to purge the republican leadership of it’s antiChrists! Vote for a new born-again leadership that the GOO may be in the Kingdom of God!

    windbag in reply to Darkstar58. | January 31, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    During the 2008 circus, Dem after Dem was asked to list one accomplishment of The One. Couldn’t do it. MSM didn’t press it. Don’t expect the same for Mitt.

Very clever! Thanks for the comic relief!

DINORightMarie | January 31, 2012 at 4:06 pm

“Why?” “He’s left field.” “Because!” “Aw, he’s center-field.”

How funny……. that could go on and on.

And the economy? Debt reduction? Deficit?

Why that’s easy!! After all, 7 x 13 = 28, after all. 😉

It’s that old New Math. 😀

Henry Hawkins | January 31, 2012 at 4:40 pm

Excerpts from an article outlining the negativity of the Florida portion of the GOP primary season:

“The analysis from Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG) shows a whopping 92% of ads airing in Florida over the past week were negative. The organization said Tuesday that was a record rate for political campaigns.

“Numbers from CMAG show a total of 11,586 television spots aired in Florida between January 23 and January 29. Of those spots, 10,633 were negative and 953 were positive.

“Of the 1,012 spots Newt Gingrich’s campaign ran, 95% were negative. Mitt Romney’s campaign ran 3,276 ads and 99% were negative.

“The two super PACs supporting the top candidates were more divergent in their ad strategies. Restore our Future, supporting Romney, ran 4,969 spots, all of which were negative. The Gingrich-backing Winning our Future ran 1,893 spots, and only 53% were negative.

“Correspondingly, the bulk of ads in Florida – 68% – were negative toward Gingrich. Twenty-three percent were anti-Romney spots. Gingrich got support from 9% of ads while pro-Romney spots accounted for less than 0.1%.”

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Congratulations to Mitt Romney for accomplishing the most negative campaign ever measured, powered primarily by his super PAC. This guy’s an achiever.


    Darkstar58 in reply to Henry Hawkins. | January 31, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    so we can toss “most negative campaign in history” into the long line of “firsts” and “mosts” he holds:


    First to pass Healthcare Reform

    First to (unconstitutionally) unilaterally allow Gay Marriage

    First to implement Cap & Tax

    Most Fee and Fine increases in the history of Governors


    …its a “Conservative” record to be proud of, for sure…