Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Sean Hannity Interviews Governor Romney

Gov. Romney On Sen. Gregg's Endorsement

Gov. Romney On Experience

Gov. Romney: Democrats Can't Bribe The American People

Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) Endorses Governor Romney

Mitt Romney Leading in South Carolina!!!

I kid you not! Click Here to see what the American Research Group, Inc. has reported. This is so significant. Mitt Romney is leading in the polls in the first four primary states--Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada..........

Romney is in Best Position for GOP Nomination.

Governor Romney's money has been well spent.

Okay Floridians, you know we're up to vote on Jan. 29th--we can seal the deal!

Monday, October 29, 2007

Mitt Romney Gives Interview in Southwest Florida

CAMPAIGN '08: Mitt Romney Exclusive Interview. Florida Issues.
By WINK News
(click to see/read interview)

Governor Romney Visits Fort Myers

(Click here to read entire article)

“I was terribly impressed with him,” Ann Lord of Fort Myers said afterward.
Mitt Romney’s faith — he is a Mormon — was not discussed in the forum.

“I don’t think religion is a problem at all,” Lord said. “Growing up, my best friend was a Mormon and I never thought of her as being different than anybody else.”

Romney said he supports nuclear power. He wants to wipe out the death tax and keep recent tax cuts.

The audience asked no questions about immigration, although it was the first topic he raised in a post-event news conference.Romney favors identification cards to ensure immigrants are legal and sanctions if businesses hire illegal immigrants.“I want more legal immigration in our country’s future,” Romney said. “But I do not want more illegal immigration.”

Mitzy Francis of Naples was undecided when she entered the room, but left the event supporting Romney.“He’s everything I think I want,” Francis said. “He supports all my values, he has conservative core values.”

Happy Halloween from "Hillary's House of Horrors"

Fort Myers, Florida: (Click to read entire story)
“Hillary Clinton says she is the candidate of change,” Romney said early in his opening remarks. “I think she would change America, just not the way you want it.”
Romney made Halloween references to Clinton’s “house of horrors,” referring to her various liberal stances.
"You go in one room, she wants to raise your taxes. You go in another room and she wants to have government taking over health care,” Romney said Saturday to laughter and applause. “You go in the next room and she’s weakened homeland security by voting against the authority of our government to listen in to al-Qaida’s calls.” (This paragraph is not from the article, but quoted from listeners at "Ask Mitt Anything")

Romney Agenda: The Four Walls of the Florida Home

"Governor Romney's Conservative Plan To Strengthen And Empower Florida Families: (Click to read Governor Romney's press release). Today, In Florida, Governor Mitt Romney Discussed His Conservative Plan To Strengthen Families In Florida. There is much our nation can do to strengthen families because our future is determined not just by heads of state but also by heads of households. As President, Governor Romney will ensure that Washington stands alongside parents who are building stronger families."

"- Governor Romney Believes Our Nation And Florida Are Stronger When We Have Stronger Families. The source of most of society's social problems can be traced to a breakdown of the family. Florida is wealthier, healthier and stronger when it has strong families. "

WALL #1: Championing Marriage:
WALL #2: Protecting Our Children:
WALL #3: Strengthening And Empowering Families:
WALL #4: Promoting A Culture Of Life:

Friday, October 26, 2007

Monday, October 22, 2007

Mitt Romney is Michigan's Man

Mitt Romney is Michigan's candidate. Romney grew up in Michigan and cares deeply about this state. He is the former governor of Massachusetts, where he balanced the budget every year, revitalized the economy, cut unemployment and created 60,000 jobs - all things that we desperately need help with in Michigan. Romney provides students with the best chance of finding employment after graduation - especially in Michigan. Reinvesting in the auto industry as well as attracting new types of technology and new businesses will help revitalize the economy here. Using these tactics more broadly will prevent a similar problem from developing throughout the country.

We need a president who can identify the positives while facing harsh realities. The president should be someone who will bring hope, a positive outlook and innovation to every circumstance and situation. Romney has a proven record of doing just that."

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Romney isn't just Michigan's man though........he's Everyone's Man!

Chasm May be too Wide for Giuliani

By Peter Wallsten, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer October 21, 2007

WASHINGTON — With some leading social conservatives threatening to boycott the Republican Party if Rudolph W. Giuliani wins the presidential nomination, the former New York City mayor sought Saturday to assure activists in this crucial GOP voting bloc that they have "absolutely nothing to fear from me."

Giuliani told more than 2,000 evangelical activists that despite his support for abortion rights and other liberal views, Christians would have a voice in his administration, and that, though he has not always been comfortable discussing it in public, faith "is at the core of who I am.""I come to you today as I would if I were your president, with an open mind and an open heart," Giuliani said. "And all I ask is that you do the same."

Although Giuliani was interrupted several times by applause and some stood to clap as he concluded his 40-minute address, it was clear that he remained a distrusted figure among those gathered here from across the country.

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, an evangelical organization and primary sponsor of the annual Values Voter Summit, called Giuliani's speech sincere but said he could not ignore the difference of opinion on abortion."It's not something that can be paved over easily," Perkins said, adding that he had not changed his mind about looking elsewhere for a candidate should Giuliani win the GOP nomination. "My position remains the same, as I think it does for a number of pro-life conservatives -- that we draw a line that we will not cross in supporting a pro-abortion-rights candidate."

Giuliani finished eighth out of nine GOP candidates in a straw poll of more than 5,000 people who attended the conference or voted online. The winner was former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, followed closely by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, though it's not clear how meaningful the poll was.

Gov. Romney Talks To Sean Hannity Post Debate

Rep. Mack On Gov. Romney

The Florida Debate

Gov. Romney: Doing What it Takes to Secure America

A Strong America in the World

The U.N. is failing…..

We CAN Solve the Big Problems

This is Romney at his best………..he knows economy and he knows how to fix our healthcare crisis, in fact, HE HAS in the state of Massachusetts…..

Hillary Not Prepared to Lead

The presidency is not an internship………experience is essential…..

Proud of What We Did in Massachusetts Healthcare

Romney Not Going Hillary’s Way on Healthcare

I don’t want the guys responsible for cleaning up Katrina responsible for Healthcare…..If you think that healthcare is expensive now—wait until it’s free!......

Defending Marriage

Maintaining the Conservative Coalition
………Maintaining the house that Reagan built……

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Conservatives Endorsing Mitt Romney

Jones, who said he has met with Romney several times over the past few months, said he is sticking to his belief that the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints isn�t a Christian denomination, but he believes Romney's character is above reproach.

"He's a very presidential guy. He has a loving family. He has, as far as I can tell, no scandal connected with his life. I can't say that about all of the candidates unfortunately," Jones said.

"I'd be very concerned if he tried to make it appear in any of his statements that Mormonism is a Christian denomination of some sort. It isn't. There's a theological gulf that can't be bridged," Jones said.

"But as long as he says I am what I am and you are what you are and doesn't try to make it appear that we believe the same things, I can respect the difference."

"So it does come down to two things: (1) the viability of the candidate, which only Mitt Romney has demonstrated among the socially conservative candidates, and (2) whether social conservatives will have the courage to rally around the only viable social conservative alternative to Rudy Giuliani. A divided field means that Giuliani is likely to win the nomination. This is our choice to make, and we don't have long to make it."
James Bopp, Jr.

Congressman, Connie Mack, Endorses Governor Romney

"Congressman Mack has been a champion of conservative leadership in Florida and in the United States Congress. I am proud to have his support and counsel," said Governor Romney. "We agree that we have lost our way in Washington and that it is time for us to return to the core Republican principles of fiscal discipline, lower taxes, a strong military and less government. I look forward to working with Congressman Mack to take our message of strong new leadership to Floridians across the state during the coming months."

"Governor Romney is a proven problem solver with an unparalleled record of success in both the public and private sectors," said Congressman Mack. "Governor Romney is a mainstream conservative leader who will be a champion of hope and opportunity for every American, a catalyst for conservative change in Washington, and a staunch defender of our freedom, security and prosperity. I'm pleased to offer Governor Romney my endorsement and look forward to working hard to help elect him the next President of the United States."

Monday, October 8, 2007

The Mitt Mobile Tours Florida: Part II

That's a picture of Craig Romney (Left) with John Beck, QB for Miami Dolphins (Center), and Mary Romney (Right). Sorry if that 's only a Mary look-alike =).

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Barbara Comstock.......Is The Man!

It's hard to think of anyone who handles the press as well as Barbara Comstock. She makes sure that her talking points are heard and she doesn't stop for anything. She also manages to DOMINATE all her interviews without being rude. Barbara for VP!

Romney: We're Taxed When We Earn Our Money, Save Our Money, and When We Die

Quick Points:
Governor Romney wants to "Kill the Death Tax" once and for all. He wants to make sure that taxation on savings from interests, dividends, and capital gains be absolutely zero for the middle-income family. He is also the ONLY top-tier candidate that has signed the "no-new-tax pledge."

Romney: Not Just Committed to Lowering Taxes, BUT LOWERING SPENDING!

I love how the Governor stated that too often spending is the measure of how much you care. It didn't work with his parents during Christmas time, it shouldn't work with our government. I appreciated how he is willing to cut spending by utilizing veto-powers if Congress doesn't have the stomach to cut spending themselves. He was also quick to point out that he had used the line-item veto 844 times while serving as Governor of Massachusetts.

Friday, October 5, 2007

Mitt......the Fiscal Conservative

Many think Mitt was "attacking" Rudy........but I think it is important that people know what they are voting for.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Ann Romney.........Classy

Ann Romney Goes Live With Neil Cavuto

Ann Romney in Los Angeles