Sen. Roger Wicker blasts Mississippi ...

Sen. Roger Wicker blasts Mississippi political science professor Wiseman

There are 1 comment on the Memphis Commercial Appeal story from Aug 29, 2012, titled Sen. Roger Wicker blasts Mississippi political science professor Wiseman. In it, Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that:

Sen. Roger F. Wicker, R-Miss., said a professor of political science at Mississippi State University "needs to be called out" for suggesting Mitt Romney is a tough sell for traditionalist Southern voters.

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Gulf

Mcnary, AZ

#1 Aug 30, 2012
If Wicker thinks Pentacostals & Baptists will come slobbering out for that Mormon he's insane.

Romney is pro-choice. Watch the video he did in the 94 Senate debate he had with Teddy Kennedy. He's also pro gay & anti-gun.

The guy is a left-leaning moderate who had to squeeze thru a cookie stencil to make himself appear right-wing enough to appeal to anybody. Romney's a liberal & Republicans in this state will vote for him with one hand over their nose.

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