Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Red State Update: Hillary Wins Pennsylvania

This one had me LOL. Content Warning!

Romney Rap (My Man Mitt)

Too hilarious, this video is better than crack! Now, try to go through the day without chanting Mitt Romney!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Mitt for VEEP (Coming Soon)!

Matt Lewis announces that "Word on the street is that is coming soon. This will likely be the first of many websites and other efforts to promote the candidacy of Romney."


He certainly is right that there are going to be MANY websites supporting a Romney candidacy.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Mitt Romney - appears on Morning Joe 4/2/08 - Full Interview


Mitt's from the correspondence dinner- he killed!

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Romney Radio: Mitt fills in for sick Paul Harvey

10 Apr 2008 12:17 pm

Ex-MA Gov. Mitt Romney substituted for legendary radio newsman Paul Harvey today, ably reading copy on everything from the American Airlines wheel-well inspections to the economy to Madonna.

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Harvey is recovering from pneumonia and is scheduled for cataract surgery, and his producers have been asking guests to take turns at the mike.

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Romney spokesman Eric Fehrnstom said the governor taped his segment this morning from WBZ's radio studio in Boston.
Harvey, who is syndicated by ABC Radio, has a weekly audience of more than 22 million, and can generally be found on the same station where Rush Limbaugh and other conservative talkers can also be heard.

Listen Here:

McCain-Romney: It Makes Economic Sense

Forbes Magazine, has a new column about why Romney is McCain's best choice for VP.

The two main themes of the upcoming general election will be the economy and Iraq. McCain, a staunch supporter of the war in Iraq, cannot retreat from his position in the Middle East regardless of what happens there before November. On the other hand, McCain can shore up his ticket on the economic front by selecting someone who has a solid financial footing: former rival Mitt Romney.

What could Mitt Romney contribute to the Republican ticket? Before serving as governor of Massachusetts, Romney was chief executive of Bain & Company and co-founder of spin-off private equity firm Bain Capital where, over his 14-year stint at the helm, the company enjoyed great success.

A March campaign stop in Utah may have laid the groundwork for a future alliance between the former adversaries. Romney has pledged to raise $15 million for McCain, and he stumped for McCain in Lancaster, Pennsylvania yesterday.

A McCain-Romney ticket makes sense for both men. McCain gets a boost on economic issues and Romney gets a seat next to McCain in the White House—assuming they manage a victory in November. The increased exposure would serve Romney well should he choose to seek the presidential nomination in the future. Considering John McCain’s age, Romney’s chance could come as soon as 2012 if a victorious McCain decided to only serve one term.

--Paul M. Murdock


Howard Dean: I feared Romney more than McCain

(CNN)— Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said Thursday he feared his party's nominee facing Mitt Romney in the general election more than any other candidate.

“Frankly, Mitt Romney was the candidate I feared the most in the general because he’s got plenty of money, he’s wealthy,” Dean told reporters at a committee briefing. “He’s very articulate and he willing to say practically anything, and Republican voters want discipline.”

When asked if he'd fear a McCain-Romney ticket, Dean said the former Massachussetts governor was the best candidate the Republicans were probably “ever going to get.”

Romney dropped out of the presidential race last February saying that if he continued his campaign it would "forestall the launch of a national campaign…making it easier for Senator Clinton or Obama to win." His departure from the race essentially secured John McCain’s place as the presumptive Republican nominee.

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Take your stinking...


This is part of the Heston tribute to commerate his passing today. This is one of his lesser known films (among my generation anyway) and it is one of his best. Not to be missed.