Can Gov. Mitt Romney Save The GOP?
“I don't know that there's any conflict at all between the values of great faiths”
In the Republican presidential primary contest, some experts say former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is the man to beat. via CBS News
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Saint Petersburg, FL
#1 Jul 8, 2007
So Mitt doesn't think 40% of Republican primary voters matter worth a hill of beans.
He doesn't want to answer questions about his faith even tho he calls it cornerstone of his campaign. He MADE it the issue. But won't admit the really weird stuff in Mormon faith.
Bush said God chose him -- and has done near irreparable harm to faiths and separation of church and state.
As a Mormon, Mitt can become a god if he does as his faith dictates. Enough craziness already.
He says all politicians flip-flop on "something." It was not "something." It was absolute opposite to promise on an issue that fundamentally denigrates the worth of all women's reproductive rights. Guess those voters don't matter either.
Be a Mormon Mitt. I am willing not to impose tenets of MY faith on YOU or YOUR religion. But, you obviously don't respect our Constitution on that matter.
#2 Jul 9, 2007
Flip Romney is a flash in the pan, like his father. He wont be releveant past October...when Fred Thompson and Guliani start to pull away.
Thgen he can go back to taking over companies, firing all the qualified workers...hiring them back at a fraction of what they used to make - declaring the company fiscally sound and riding back out on his white horse.
Saint Petersburg, FL
#3 Jul 9, 2007
Is that how he does it? Silly me. Just because he had two illegals mowing his lawns, I suspected he was cutting the costs by hiring illegals maids at places like Marriott.
Here's one of his flip-flops that he apparently doesn't think will count:
"A new law to make emergency contraception more available in Massachusetts continues to be a political rollercoaster for Governor Mitt Romney. He supported expanded access when campaigning for governor, but vetoed a bill expanding access, earlier this year. The bill then passed over his veto. Earlier this week, the governor sought to exempt Catholic and other private hospitals from having to offer morning after pills to rape victims. Then yesterday, he reversed his position."
WBUR Radio, Boston, 12/9/2005
Guess his "deep faith" kicks in when it comes to forcing women to stay pregnant. Since his faith is against working women, who should be busy having more babies, would he have a religious crisis about equal opportunity hiring of women for government jobs?
I don't think they'll have another convenient new prophecy to give their women equal rights, just so Mitt can keep his oath to UPHOLD the constitution.
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