Tuesday, January 29, 2008

John McCain beats the devil Mitt Romney and his millions in Florida!!!


Mitt spent $30 million in Florida ALONE & HE LOST................
CNN:
Sen. John McCain will win the Florida Republican primary, CNN projects based on election results and exit polling, edging out rival Mitt Romney..........................."It's also raging in paid advertising on TV and radio. Romney has spent $30 million on TV ads in Florida this year," said Bash. That's five times as much as the McCain campaign, which is now using less expensive radio commercials to directly question Romney's credibility on the economy

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Mitt Romney is called a pig and almost gets his teeth knocked out!


MSNBC:
“Never get into a wrestling match with a pig,” Senator John McCain said in New Hampshire this month after reporters asked him about Mr. Romney. “You both get dirty, and the pig likes it.”
Mike Huckabee’s pugilistic campaign chairman, Ed Rollins, appeared to stop just short of threatening Mr. Romney with physical violence at one point.
“What I have to do is make sure that my anger with a guy like Romney, whose teeth I want to knock out, doesn’t get in the way of my thought process,” Mr. Rollins said.
Campaign insiders and outside strategists point to several factors driving the ill will, most notably, Mr. Romney’s attacks on opponents in television commercials, the perception of him as an ideological panderer and resentment about his seemingly unlimited resources as others have struggled to raise cash.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Vote for anyone but Mitt Romney!

www.vote4anybodybutmittromney.4t.com is a great website! Tell 'em Geno sent you!

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Mitt Romney caught lying again! His campaign is called inauthentic and pandering!


NY Times:
But as has often been the case with Mr. Romney, parts of his change mantra have rung inauthentic to some, engendering fresh accusations of pandering and political misspeak from critics and rivals.
“There’s something about Mitt Romney that makes people disinclined to cut him a lot of slack,” said Dan Schnur, a Republican strategist who is not affiliated with any campaign. “Every candidate for every office pushes the envelope in their message. You don’t win a lot of elections with subtlety, but Romney seems to get called on it more frequently.” ......................

“I don’t have lobbyists running my campaign,” Mr. Romney said at a news conference in Columbia, S.C., an apparent reference to Mr. McCain, whose campaign manager, Rick Davis, was a lobbyist.
Mr. Romney was on the verge of extending his argument when Mr. Johnson shouted out: “That’s not true, governor. That is not true.” He cited Ronald C. Kaufman, an unpaid senior adviser to the campaign and a Washington lobbyist.
Mr. Romney argued that Mr. Kaufman did not even sit in on “senior strategy meetings,” even though Mr. Kaufman, a close friend, is a regular at the campaign’s Boston headquarters and has been a regular presence at Mr. Romney’s side over the past few weeks.
Other registered lobbyists who have played a significant role in his campaign include Warren Tompkins, Mr. Romney’s South Carolina consultant; Barbara Comstock, a senior adviser; and Vin Weber, Mr. Romney’s policy chairman.
Mr. Romney also received almost $200,000 in donations from federally registered lobbyists through the third quarter of last year, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, second among Republican candidates to Mr. McCain, who took in just over $300,000.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Fred Thompson accuses Mitt Romney of lying to get votes!


CBS:
Fred Thompson accused Mitt Romney today of misleading the people of Michigan to win that state's primary. “Everybody was flocking up there to Michigan and promising, in effect, the federal government was going to come in there and bail the entire state out,” Thompson told a crowd of about 100 people. “Now they say that with a straight face, and apparently it worked for some of them.” Thompson said he was referring to all the Republican candidates in Michigan, but that “Governor Romney was the most successful in doing it.” Romney campaigned in the primary on the platform that he “would bring jobs back to Michigan.” Thompson argues that making sure the national economy is strong is the way to help any state economy. “That’s no way to get elected president, on things that you cannot and should not deliver,” he said. “What we need to do, of course, is have sound policies for the entire country.” Appealing to the entire country is also how you should campaign, according to Thompson, referring to Romney’s focus on Michigan. “It’s important not to tailor your message to your particular audience because you’re going to have a lot of different audiences when you’re president,” Thompson said. “You can’t be all things to all people.”

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Mitt Romney uses his devil powers to win in Michigan!


Mitt Romney's campaign is not dead. Noooooooooooo!!! America wake up! Do not fall for Mitt's lies!!!
CNN:
Mitt Romney claimed a much-needed victory in Tuesday's Michigan Republican primary, making the race for the GOP presidential nomination anybody's game.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Mitt Romney admits his ads were incorrect as he is attacked by John McCain and Mike Huckabee!


AP:
Surging in New Hampshire, John McCain seemingly should be the candidate taking heat from his Republican presidential opponents. But Mitt Romney was the one assailed during and after a high-stakes GOP debate
Romney's rivals want to cripple his campaign with back-to-back losses in Iowa and New Hampshire that would hamper the wealthy former Massachusetts governor in states beyond. They also don't particularly care for him.
Back and forth it went on Sunday, two days before the primary and only hours after Saturday night's debate.
"My friend, you can spend your whole fortune on these attack ads, but it still won't be true," McCain told his chief competitor Saturday night, taking issue with Romney's characterization of the Arizona senator's immigration plan as amnesty.
"I don't describe your plan as amnesty in my ad, I don't call it amnesty," Romney shot back — even though two of his TV commercials use the term, including on that says McCain "wrote the amnesty bill that America rejected."
On Sunday, Romney acknowledged: "I was incorrect."

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

John McCain beats Mitt Romney's devil butt in New Hampshire!

Good job New Hampshire! You saw through Mitt Romney's lies. But beware! The devil received thousands upon thousands of votes. Mitt "The Devil" Romney may have lost, but the devil is sneaky. Let's keep the truth about Mitt out there!! Don't let Mitt off the canvas!!!!!!

Monday, January 7, 2008

Mitt Romney's lies exposed!




Mitt Romney's stuttering and stammering in the video are priceless! What a lying fool!

Saturday, January 5, 2008

A scared Mitt Romney attacks Barack Obama.


Mitt Romney is a sneaky little devil. He'll keep changing his tune to please the voters...............
CBS:
For months, Romney’s primary Democratic punching bag was Clinton, but after Barack Obama’s big win in Iowa, Romney now makes the argument that he is the best Republican to match up against the Illinois senator. “And we cannot afford Barack Obama as the next president,” Romney said at a town hall this morning in Derry. “He's a very nice fellow and he's a well-spoken fellow, but he's never done it. It's one thing to say it. It's another thing to do it.”

Friday, January 4, 2008

Mike Huckabee beats Mitt Romney soundly in Iowa!


CNN:
With 95 percent of Republican precincts reporting, Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas, had the support of 34 percent of voters, compared to 25 percent for Romney. Fred Thompson had 13 percent, McCain had 13 percent and Ron Paul had 10 percent.

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Mitt Romney's attack ads on John McCain and Mike Huckabee are full of lies!


CNN:
Two negative ads recently launched by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who has spent more on advertising than any other candidate, either misrepresent his rival's records or include distortions, according to a CNN analysis of the commercials.
The ads come as the Republican air war has erupted into a series of attacks ads, just days before the Iowa caucuses on January 3, Wyoming caucuses on January 5, and the New Hampshire primary on January 8................