Mitt Romney for President, Not Liberal McAmnesty
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Sean Hannity: "I'll tell you right now, and I've not announced this, but I will be voting for Mitt Romney in this campaign. It's the first time I've stated it publicly. I'll state it now." ("Sean Hannity Radio Show," 1/31/08)
Senator Rick Santorum:
On the Laura Ingraham Show, 2/1/08
Laura Ingraham: "All right, I'm going to see your endorsement and raise you an announcement: February 12th is the big D.C. primary, I'm pulling the lever for Mitt Romney. No doubt about it. No hesitation." ("The Laura Ingraham Show," 2/1/08)
Tammy Bruce: I'm for Romney
Michael Reagan: John McCain Hates Me
Mark Levin Show - Mark R. Levin on Mitt Romney & Super Tuesday on National Review Online "Rally for RomneyConservatives need to act now, before it is too late."
Townhall.com Hugh Hewitt:
Capt. Ed at Caption's Quarters endorses Mitt Romney
Denver Post endorses Mitt Romney
FEB 2, 2008 New Poll by Rasmussen (McCain 30, Mitt 30, and Huckbee 21)
Hotair: Audio Flashback: The Great Kerry-McCain flirt of 2004
Human Events by Jad Babbin: John McCain: The Anti-Conservative (a must read)
Because his politics is based on collaboration with liberals McCain is a divider of Republicans, not a unifier. This is the gentleman who on February 20, 2005 told Tim Russert on “Meet the Press” that, “I have no doubt that Senator Clinton would make a good president.” He is the same gentleman who -- defending his McCain-Kennedy-Bush “comprehensive immigration reform” -- screamed “f*#@% you” at Texas Republican John Cornyn, one of the bill’s leading opponents. He’s also told Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Arlen Specter that he was a colorful anatomical term and referred to Sen. Charles Grassley a “#$%^#*^ jerk.” It is difficult to even deal with people you abuse. Unifying them is impossible.
Listen (WIOD NewsRadio 610-Miami at 12:00p.m. Est M-F) and read Rush Limbaugh for the latest on Campaign 2008
John McCain the Liberal
If McCain is elected President expect Amnesty for Illegal Aliens
1/28/2008 Open borders + campaign finance hypocrisy + eco-radicalism = McCain’s billionaire national finance co-chair Jerry Perenchio
1/25/2008 Meet the open borders family: McCain, Hernandez, Soros, and the “Reform Institute”
Dr. Juan Hernandez, McCain Hispanic outreach director: “We must not only have a free flow of goods and services, but also start working for a free flow of people.”
Michelle Malkin excerpt:
Bryan at Hot Air confirmed it. Here’s a photo he found on McCain’s daughter’s campaign website. The ethnocentrist, border obliteration activist is in tight with the top echelons of the McCain camp. McCain campaign guru Mark MacKinnon is in the foreground. Maybe sending e-mails about their future shamnesty plans with Teddy Kennedy and Lindsay Graham."
There are so many reasons not to vote for John McCain
McCain is NOT a CONSERVATIVE
Voted against Pres. Bush's Tax Cuts
McCain/Kennedy (Amnesty for Illegals)
McCain said Sam Alito is too conservative (John Fund and Robert Novak column)
McCain/Lieberman (McCain attacks Gun owners)
Dems/Libs say McCain considered switching party and leaving GOP
A vote for Mike Huckabee is a Vote for McCain.
McCain is a Liberal and Huckabee is a Fraud. (both mean-spirited)
Plus today's smear by Huckabee to Mitt Romney - Hot Air: Video: Huckabee accuses Romney of buying Hannity’s endorsement
Huckbee's latest stunts: Gateway Pundit: Too much...Mike Huckabee (#6 on the Most Corrupt Politicians List) claims that Mitt is playing spoiler for Hillary-- Which in a weird way explains why he is playing spoiler for McCain.
Huckbee attacks Romney again and talk radio.
There are so many reasons not to vote for John McCain. If McCain is the Republican nominee, I will not vote on election day. My family, including myself voted for Mitt Romney in the Florida primary on Jan. 29, 2008 in Broward County.
Hopefully voters going to the polls on Super Tuesday, will select Mitt Romney for the REAL CONSERVATIVE.
Visit Mitt Romney for President 2008 website.
Mitt Romney rises in Polls
Captain's Quarters, Gateway Pundit and Romney jumps up 9 in Missouri, since Florida.
Check out Dee's post at Conservatism With Heart: Why I'm Voting for Mitt Romney on Super Tuesday