Bush 41 to back Romney

Mar 28, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Politico

On Thursday, former President George H.W. Bush will formalize his support of Mitt Romney in the GOP presidential at an event in Houston, Romney officials said Wednesday.

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Oh really wrote:
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You do not recognize that the while some Republican candidates belong to the Tea Party too that a majority don't so your GOPTEA comment shows how ill informed you are as will as claiming anyone is liberal in comparison to the current POTUS is absurb. Everyone is a moderate comparison. The public is better informed on the political landscape then you are
Oh stop. GOP = TEA. Only an idiot believed there was a difference. The "TEA" Party were the same people who tarnished the GOP brand during the Bush years. They rebranded themselves after the 2008 elections to give the GOP some distance and then went right back to them in 2012. The GOP should have taken that opportunity to kick them out but they only further embraced them. Your lack of knowledge on that shows that 1) you are incredibly ill informed, or 2) you are easily fooled.
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Before Ronald Reagan made him sing a different tune, Bush I was 100% in favor of Planned Parenthood.
Now he's endorsing a guy who wants to kill it.

Old Bush I is a flip-flopper just like Mittzie.
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Ex-GOP Con wrote:
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Only a heartless person would get joy out of the idea of nulling a bill that will and has already helped so many people in this country get affordable healthcare. I will pray for you.
Ask a lot of these brainwashed Republicans about
individual provisions of Obamacare and they're in favor
by 70%, but they have been duped on the term "Obamacare."
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Why does this concern you. However, it would be a stretch to call George H W Bush a hard conservative. What I find most amusing here is a democrat objecting to a moderate being nominated -which would be way to right of the current POTUS. Or are you objecting to all parts of Rep party solidifying behind one candidate. Why not? Again he may not be as conservative as some of the members but he is way to right of our current POTUS and there will be changes in both policies and regs. It is definitely about policy.
Yeah, you Democrats want a liberal like Romney to undermine the Republicans. Are you hopinp we vote for Romney of national ROMNEYCARE, the guy you plan to nominate and elect?

LOL
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Gary wrote:
Before Ronald Reagan made him sing a different tune, Bush I was 100% in favor of Planned Parenthood.
Now he's endorsing a guy who wants to kill it.
Old Bush I is a flip-flopper just like Mittzie.
You don't get more Flip-Flopping than "READ MY LIPS, NO NEW TAXES!!" just before you RAISE TAXES! LOL

Now the A-holes screaming national ROMNEYCARE is unconstitutional want Romney to be elected. It's hilarious. Romney is a LOSE LOSE situation for everyone, but international CRIMINAL BANKSTERS and unAmerican BILLIONAIRES with offshore bank accounts.
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Sadly Romney will cave when debating the community organizer - he is weak.
Bulldog Santorum is not weak wnd would hold his ground when facing the current lier in chief.

People in America like Romney cuz he's way too close to liberal and a lot of people don't like him because of his religion, just like they vote for barry because of his dark skin and whitish features even though he's done squat For America.

a liberal, a moderate and a conservaitve walked into a bar and the bartender says "hi Mitt"
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Oh stop. GOP = TEA. Only an idiot believed there was a difference. The "TEA" Party were the same people who tarnished the GOP brand during the Bush years. They rebranded themselves after the 2008 elections to give the GOP some distance and then went right back to them in 2012. The GOP should have taken that opportunity to kick them out but they only further embraced them. Your lack of knowledge on that shows that 1) you are incredibly ill informed, or 2) you are easily fooled.
You are a raging maniac if you think everyone needs to agree with you or they are idiots. You have created this total delusion that a variety of political viewpoints cannot be embraced in one party. Maybe the dems have caved into the viewpoint that if you are not far left you are not one of them. This mentality is what cost you so many seats. So, the other party really doesn't really care if it upsets your sense of a black and white universe, they will continue to represent all the other viewpoints.
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Please Frightwingers
Find a history book
Find a 12 yr old
Let them read to you
before it's too late
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<quoted text>I have a question. How often do they water you?
I'm flattered, but where's MY royalty?
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Gary wrote:
Before Ronald Reagan made him sing a different tune, Bush I was 100% in favor of Planned Parenthood.
Now he's endorsing a guy who wants to kill it.
Old Bush I is a flip-flopper just like Mittzie.
You lefties are way too hysterical. No one said END PP; they're saying no taxpayer dollars, just as no one is saying outlaw birth control. You lib/'progressives' know that, but you use the over-the-top language to influence the uninformed and weak-minded to keep the peasants on your Democrat plantation.
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I'm flattered, but where's MY royalty?
The Alaska Permanent Fund is a constitutionally established permanent fund, managed by a semi-independent corporation, established by Alaska in 1976.
The Permanent Fund Dividend is a dividend paid to Alaska residents that have lived within the state for a minimum of one year.
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The Alaska Permanent Fund is a constitutionally established permanent fund, managed by a semi-independent corporation, established by Alaska in 1976.
The Permanent Fund Dividend is a dividend paid to Alaska residents that have lived within the state for a minimum of one year.
... and?
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... and?
Sorry,
I thought you were asking as to the
whereabouts of your royalties.
$1174.00
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At least there is one former president who does not bow to allah and condones muslim terrorism.
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You are a raging maniac if you think everyone needs to agree with you or they are idiots. You have created this total delusion that a variety of political viewpoints cannot be embraced in one party. Maybe the dems have caved into the viewpoint that if you are not far left you are not one of them. This mentality is what cost you so many seats. So, the other party really doesn't really care if it upsets your sense of a black and white universe, they will continue to represent all the other viewpoints.
I don't disagree with you. A variety of political viewpoints can be embraced in one party. In the GOPTEA the majority of it is being embraced by the phony conservative liberal leaning members who are propelling Romneycare and SantEarmark to the top while the true conservatives are being marginalized as evidenced by Ron Paul's lack of support. Your problem is you refuse to accept the fact that the GOPTEA party is every bit liberal now as the Democrat party. The only difference is the Dems know to raise taxes to cover spending. The GOPTEA are a bunch of teenagers with a limitless credit card.
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Sadly Romney will cave when debating the community organizer - he is weak.
Bulldog Santorum is not weak wnd would hold his ground when facing the current lier in chief.
People in America like Romney cuz he's way too close to liberal and a lot of people don't like him because of his religion, just like they vote for barry because of his dark skin and whitish features even though he's done squat For America.
a liberal, a moderate and a conservaitve walked into a bar and the bartender says "hi Mitt"
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Obama debates what?

Obama with bad English, often says, " Me thinks-gonna see houses in Russia as me says."--- VERY BAD ENGLISH -OBAMA -TO DEBATE WHAT ?

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Romney as the fortitude, intelligence, charisma and the EXPERIENCE to bring this country back to what it once was.
WAHHHHHHH! but he doesn't have the support from the majority **of his own party*** hahahahahahah!

Gosh, if he only had another 70 million he could spend on negative campaign ads, he might make it to June?

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I'm flattered, but where's MY royalty?
Your greasy zucchini will arrive by Mexican burro.

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At least there is one former president who does not bow to allah and condones muslim terrorism.
In another four years, Obama will be that former president. If you were referring to idiot-in-chief #43, he's the one who kisses the Prince of Saudi Arabia on the lips. But today they're just pen pals.

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Obama debates what?
Obama with bad English, often says, " Me thinks-gonna see houses in Russia as me says."--- VERY BAD ENGLISH -OBAMA -TO DEBATE WHAT ?
The wagon is here. Try to stay calm.

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