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  1. Libby says

    Ugh! I read recently that David Frum likes Romney as ell. Should we expect all of the former Obama-soxers endorsing Romney after Huntsman (inevitably) drops out?

  2. says

    Libby: I saw the same Frum endorsement and had precisely the same thought you did.  These guys destroyed their credibility when they hopped on the Obama bandwagon.  Their judgment will forever be suspect in my eyes.

  3. Mike Devx says

    But… but… (sputter, sputter)… Romney is ELECTABLE!  All those other weird freaks aren’t!

    To discern the game that’s being played, you only have to remember one thing: The GOP establishment will never accept a real conservative.

    It will take our best efforts and steely resolve to get a conservative at the top of the ticket.  The establishment will constantly obstruct and try to thwart us.

    But that will make the victory just that much sweeter, in the end.

     

  4. bizcor says

    Hey…Michael Moore endorsed Huntsman…Doesn’t that elevate him in the rankings just a little bit?

    I get to meet Gov. Perry tomorrow. I mean a fellow who really wants me to endorse Perry is actually introducing me to him. I’ll let you know how it goes.

    Meeting people in person is obviously a lot different from seeing and hearing them on TV.      

  5. says

    Saying someone is electable is like saying they’ll ace all their tests. Words, not actions.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtus_%28virtue%29#Who_could_have_it.3F

    On another topic, Rome lost its virtue and thus lost their Empire. What founded Rome was this focus on virtue and making sure it was passed along to those in the military and those in political office.

    Now we see in America that much of the frontier spirit and love of freedom which carved out America’s place in the world, no longer can be seen in political office. Anyone see a problem with that? 

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