And last week Romney was lecturing Newt about making zaney statements against Obama…
Newt is “too strident” in his critiques of Obama says Romney… that is what John McCain thought.
Aside from the fact that Lucy was “busy and earning a living because she wasn’t born with a silver spoon in her mouth” (Thank you Christian writer Leah Polomita for that one…).
Mitt Romney will say anything and the elite media has not gone after him yet. When they get done with him we will be having second thoughts just like we did with McCain and Dole. Mitt makes John Kerry look like the Rock of Gibraltar and that is just since 2008.
In my view what we need and what America is searching for is moral clarity.
A Romney endorsement is defensive in measure when we are on the march. It is a step back not a step forward.
Some people say that “Romney is the only one who can bring people together”. Those people need a history lesson.
Newt Gingrich was the first public figure in our lifetime to nationalize a mid-term election. He united America with “The Contract for America” and at the time generated the biggest GOP landslide since 1984.
While others talk about balancing the federal budget, Newt got it done as Speaker. Newt also got a Democrat President to sign welfare reform.
In 2010, nine of the top 10 swing states women and Catholics, both notorious swing voters went for TEA/GOP candidates in the largest margins since 1984. It was not a Mitt Romney message that made that happen, it was the message of Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich. Since when is Massachusetts a microcosm for America?
If you recall, Newt was on the Sunday shows defending Sarah and our new candidates on the Sunday shows since Obama took office.
Both Ann Coulter and Laura Ingraham support Mitt Romney, but I heard both of them saying together on Laura’s show that Mitt will move to the left as the campaign goes on and he will move to the left when the media and the Democrats turn up the pressure. Then they said it was great because then they would have someone to make fun of for four years.
Mitt Romney a uniter? Mitt is trying to divide the conservative vote in pieces so he can get some conservatives, liberal Republicans, and what he perceives as “independents” on his side. The problem is that this strategy totally ignores what happened in 1996, 2008, 1994 and 2010.