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Old 04-10-2007, 07:38 PM   #211
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The funniest thing was when he said he's more like Elmer Fudd than Teddy Roosevelt. He was talking about hunting, but...
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Old 04-10-2007, 07:40 PM   #212
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Doesn't anybody get it?
He was hunting wabbits in Ut.
No hunting lic. needed there.

Goosh Napoleon!
Idiots!


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Old 04-12-2007, 11:25 PM   #213
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Romney Deathwatch: Mitt's Campaign Soon to be Partying With Jesus on Planet Heaven

Mitt Romney, what a great candidate. He appeals to the middle (maybe? does he?), he’s reliably conservative, he had very nice hair, and only one wife!


Too bad, though, that he’s not on TBS every night.

“Back in January, I had no idea that Fred was even thinking about it,” Welch said. “I went ahead and committed to (Massachusetts Gov.) Mitt Romney because I thought he was the best of the lot that had shown interest in running. It would be very inappropriate and very unfair for me to say to Mitt Romney, ‘Hey, Fred Thompson decided to run and I’m gone. Bye.’ I’m not going to do anything like that. I made a commitment, and I’m going to stick with it, so long as he is in the race.

“If he, for some reason, were to drop out, my choice would naturally be Fred Thompson.”

Welch made sure to say that last sentence several times: If Romney’s out, Thompson is Welch’s guy.

“Welch” would be Ted Welch, “the most powerful Republican fundraiser in the South.” Who is committed to Mitt in much the same way Rudy Giuliani was committed to wives one through 7.

The Romney campaign is expected to deliver a heartfelt MySpace suicide message later this year.
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Old 05-04-2007, 03:03 PM   #214
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Mitt showed himself as a skilled debator last night.

Shone like a star according to Time.Com

http://www.time.com/time/specials/20...blican_debate/

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I just read that two minutes ago. Sounds like he knows what he's doing.
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Old 05-04-2007, 03:26 PM   #216
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He does get some pretty good press

and he has quite a bit of insider (GOP power players) support

will this translate to more support in the polling?
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i thought Romney was the greasiest politician i've ever seen. he'll say whatever you want to hear.

"well, gosh, i just love America."

really, Mitt? wow. how heartwarming. at least you had the foresight not to raise your hand -- unlike THREE other candidates -- when asked if you don't believe in Evolution.

i also really enjoyed how Tommy Thompson condoned the outright hatred of gay people. that was totally cool. at least we know where we stand with Republicans: you (or at least the base) hate us.

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Tommy was hard on the eyes, but Mitt = el charismo
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This is true, Irvine. Like the Time article said, the challenge he has ahead of him is explaining why he's flipflopped on so many issues.
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I found Tommy Thomson's "ok, to fire a gay" bizarre.

I wish they had taken that question down the line.




I don't expect to be voting for the GOP candidate in 08

"What do you dislike most about America?"

I wonder what any candidate would say?

Also, the question, "Aside from yourself, who do you think is the best candidate?"

Was a dumb question.

The General election always only comes down to choice A or B.

I think the Dems can beat McCain the easiest, I also think they can beat Giuliani.

Everyone that says Hillary can't win is wrong.

It does not look like he will get the GOP nomination.

If he does got the nomination, it is hard to say what would happen.

On paper, it did not make sense that Romney could win the Governorship in Mass.
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at this very, very, very early stage, i'm going to go with Romney as the nominee, and he'll get creamed by whomever the Democrat is -- HRC or Obama or Gore.
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Based on last night...Mitt will be the republican nominee.
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I can see that, too.

but Gore?
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you could be right

08 is a good year for the Dems

Romney's best outcome would be have a good showing
and not be the V P nom

One might recall Reagan's presidentail runs
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I can see that, too.

but Gore?
If Gore runs I will vote for him.
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