Pathetic Romney continues slamming his rivals… SIGNS OF DESPERATION

Slick Mitt continues the sleazy misleading, Clintonesque ad’s. The good news is that he’s scared, desperatae, and fully knows that he must make voters think of the other guy, not his own flip-flop laughable record he so willingly and stupidly contrasts to Huckabee’s.

Second hit on Huckabee in Iowa CLICK HERE

Click here to read this article from Romney slaps Huckabee again in ad

In a show of desperation, while slamming Huck in Iowa, decides it’s time to hit McCain – see it here on Politico’s Jonathan Martin

Romney-McCain battle heats up in New Hampshire

Commenting on his AD, McCain to Romney: ‘Try to relax, Mitt’

McCain hits back with an ad of his own – RIGHT HERE


3 Responses to “Pathetic Romney continues slamming his rivals… SIGNS OF DESPERATION”

  1. Jenner Says:

    Why don’t people get that all of this is completely irrelevant. Mitt is the only one who will be capable of winning the general election. The various reasons behind this truth would fill up too many pages in blog to expound. I invite anyone doubting this to please revisit this blog in November after Huck or McCain get STEAMROLLED by the dems.

    Anyone here defending Huckabee as a presidential candidate is actually defending Hillary.

    When are Huckabee and McCain supporters going to finally realize what most of us can CLEARLY see: They are U.N.E.L.E.C.T.A.B.L.E. Period.

    Stop supporting Huckabee, your Huck/McCain primary votes are going to put Hillary and Obama in office. Seriously, just vote for Hillary now and save us time.

  2. Jenner Says:

    Follow up to my previous comment:

    I said I would not expound on the MANY reason they are unelectable.

    Can’t resist. Here are a few revealing ones:
    Why did the Concord Monitor Newspaper attack Mitt Romney so ruthlessly? These people are as liberal Democratic as they come. What about Romney scares them enough to lash out like that? Hmmmm….It sounds like these Hillary lovers really want Huck to be the nominee in November. I wonder WHY?

    Rush Limbaugh. The guy lives and breathes for the Republican party. He’s spent his career defending and promoting the GOP, through thick and thin. I wonder why he has come out so vocally AGAINST Huckabee??? Hmmm…He’s obviously protecting his beloved GOP from something….Could it be ignorant Huckabee supporters who don’t understand that Mike Huckabee will NEVER be elected by the general population outside of the Bible Belt. Rush knows it, so should Huckabee supporters.

    Can you sense the frustration level?

    Here’s one more thought to keep you up at night (no, it’s not Huck sitting across a table from Ahmadinejad). The supreme court is ONE judge away from overturning Roe v Wade. Romney will appoint a pro-lifer, Hillary Won’t. Given that Huck/McCain can’t win, it appears that Huckabee voters are really in favor of abortion. Think about it.

  3. arm Says:

    Mike Huckabee the wikipedia candidate.
    Since Mike Huckabee has had a very difficult time raising campaign funds, its understandable if he and his team would be using wikipedia for research and fact checking. It would account for Huckabee’s many flubs and bad facts, for example Pakistan (geography, illegal immigration) , National Intelligence Estimate (staying at a Holiday Inn is suppose to make you smarter, not dumber), his own and his opponents records to mention a few. But what isn’t understandable how a candidate with a record of ethics violations (receiving tens of thousands of dollars of gifts while Governor of AK) and possible violation of AK state law relating to the Wayne Dumond case (read article below), can call Gov. Romney dishonest.
    Former Aide Contradicts Huckabee Defense Of Rapist’s Release
    December 5, 2007 05:42 PM ________________________________________Directly contradicting Mike Huckabee’s claims, his former senior aide tells the Huffington Post that, as governor of Arkansas, Huckabee indeed told the state’s parole board that he supported the release of a convicted rapist.
    The senior aide, Olan W. “Butch” Reeves, personally attended a controversial parole board meeting with Huckabee in Oct. 1996.
    “The clear impression that I came away with from the meeting was that he favored Dumond’s release,” Reeves said, referring to convicted rapist Wayne Dumond. “And I can understand why board members would believe that to be the case.” Candidate
    This stands in stark contrast to Huckabee’s assertion, repeated at a press conference today that he “did not ask [the board] to do anything.” When asked directly about trying to influence the board, Huckabee responded: “No. I did not. Let me categorically say that I did not.”
    But, according to Reeves, Huckabee actually told the parole board members that the prison sentence meted out to Dumond for his rape conviction was “outlandish” and “way out of bounds for his crime.” Huckabee believed there “was something nefarious” about the how the state’s criminal justice system had treated Dumond, Reeves said.
    Reeves’s admission comes as a surprise since the interview was encouraged by Huckabee’s presidential campaign. Reeves served as chief counsel to then-Gov. Huckabee until 2003, and was subsequently appointed by Huckabee as chairman of the Arkansas Workers’ Compensation Commission. Reeves has donated to Huckabee’s presidential campaign.
    The Huffington Post reported on Tuesday that Huckabee’s gubernatorial office had been privately warned by numerous women that Dumond had sexually assaulted them or their family members, and would likely strike again. Huckabee pushed for the rapists release from prison anyway, and Dumond went on to rape and murder at least one other woman.
    In a 2002 story I wrote for the Arkansas Times about Huckabee’s role in freeing Dumond, four board members — three of whom spoke on the record — said that Huckabee lobbied and pressured board members on the matter. This included the 1996 parole meeting at which the board’s recording secretary — who ordinarily tapes the entire sessions — was asked to leave the room. Several board members and members of the state legislature have said the secret session violated state law.
    Huckabee, in turn, has said that all four parole board members have lied about his role in Dumond’s release from prison.
    Huckabee has also noted that all of the parole board members who have said he lobbied them Dumond were Democrats and that they were pursuing a partisan agenda in making their allegations.

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