SC Flyer Campaign Focuses on Romney's Position on Gay Rights

Jan 14, 2012 Full story: KBOI-AM Boise 12

If a Democratic-allied super PAC has its way, Mitt Romney's past statements on gay rights issues will come back to haunt him in South Carolina this week.

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tradewinds

Dallas, TX

#1 Jan 14, 2012
...this is the kind of stuff that will sink the Republicans in the general election. The party is split down the middle on so many issues. Obama's followers seem much more unified.
FORMALLY ABDUCTED

Loxahatchee, FL

#2 Jan 14, 2012
I asked grandmother what she thought of mitt's position on gay rights...she said she wasn't sure but he does look like the doggie style type.
Dobson s Prince Albert

Bethlehem, PA

#3 Jan 15, 2012
So the article is saying that Romney's earlier statements on glbt rights will become the bain [sic] of his campaign existence?
Always Thinking

Warrensburg, MO

#4 Jan 15, 2012
Still Voting For 'Mitt Romney'?
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Always Thinking

Warrensburg, MO

#5 Jan 15, 2012
The People vs. Mitt Romney (must see)
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Sve

Stockholm, Sweden

#6 Jan 15, 2012
People, it does not mean, but this guy is real racist and homophobic and he is no Christian, he has no conservative values - rasism and homophoby are not conservative values.,,Mormonic,, Christianity is No Christianity. No CHristians say that Jesus Christ is the brother of satan, it is better to be atheists.
His programm:
-prowars - you will begin new war probably with Iran that´s why this your military Schleswig Holstein was sent to Persian Gulf. It will cost lives of many innocent Iranian people ( you from USA are in majority good people and you don´t want to have blood of so many people on your hands ), it will cost lives of dozens or even hundreds of tousends of your soldiers, it will lead your country to complete financial collaps
- anti-life
- homophob, rasist
- and his economical policy will strengh corrupt speculators from wall streeet and banks
- and additionally his business interests led 5 or 8 companies to bancruptcy. Will you really such president? You have already Bush for 8 years, who together with Clintons have led your country to such situation as now.
Rethink. Do not vote for this guy, it is bad choice.
It is better to give chance for Ron Paul - the only hopeful candidate in all this crowd qand the last chance for changes.
Evangelcal santorum Froth

Bethlehem, PA

#7 Jan 15, 2012
Let's get two with one stone.

>In a Ron Paul America, there would be no environmental protection, no Social Security, no Medicaid or Medicare, no help for the poor, no public education, no civil rights laws, no anti-discrimination law, no Americans With Disabilities Act, no laws ensuring the safety of food or drugs or consumer products, no workers’ rights. How far does Paul take his war against Washington? He wants to abolish the Federal Aviation Authority and its pesky air traffic controllers. He has one magic answer to every problem—including how to land an airplane safely: let the market handle it.

>It’s a little strange to see people who inveigh against Obama’s healthcare compromises wave away, as a detail, Paul’s opposition to any government involvement in healthcare.

http://www.thenation.com/article/165440/ron-p...

>Mitt Romney and the weird and sinister beliefs of Mormonism.
>By Christopher Hitchens

>Whether this makes it a cult, or just another of the born-in-America Christian sects, I am not sure. In any case what interests me more is the weird and sinister belief system of the LDS, discussion of which it is currently hoping to inhibit by crying that criticism of Mormonism amounts to bigotry.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politi...
John E

Geneseo, NY

#8 Jan 15, 2012
Romney doesn't like dogs either!

http://www.dogsagainstromney.com/
Evangelcal santorum Froth

Bethlehem, PA

#9 Jan 15, 2012
John E wrote:
Romney doesn't like dogs either!
But he did like the family dog. It's just Romney could not understand the dog's distress at what Romney did to it. Romney reportedly laughed at the dog having crapped in its own crate on the car roof during the journey.

This is far scarier than your claim.

Healthy, well treated dogs will not do that in their crate or confined space. Just like Romney wouldn't crap in his magic underpants. Because the crap comes out of his mouth. Both sides....
Theo

Germany

#12 Jan 16, 2012
Evangelcal santorum Froth wrote:
Let's get two with one stone.
>In a Ron Paul America, there would be no environmental protection, no Social Security, no Medicaid or Medicare, no help for the poor, no public education, no civil rights laws, no anti-discrimination law, no Americans With Disabilities Act, no laws ensuring the safety of food or drugs or consumer products, no workers’ rights. How far does Paul take his war against Washington? He wants to abolish the Federal Aviation Authority and its pesky air traffic controllers. He has one magic answer to every problem—including how to land an airplane safely: let the market handle it.
>It’s a little strange to see people who inveigh against Obama’s healthcare compromises wave away, as a detail, Paul’s opposition to any government involvement in healthcare.
http://www.thenation.com/article/165440/ron-p...
>Mitt Romney and the weird and sinister beliefs of Mormonism.
>By Christopher Hitchens
>Whether this makes it a cult, or just another of the born-in-America Christian sects, I am not sure. In any case what interests me more is the weird and sinister belief system of the LDS, discussion of which it is currently hoping to inhibit by crying that criticism of Mormonism amounts to bigotry.
http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politi...
It is not the truth what you write, naturally that everything will be maybe but in another form, it will be social security and medicare - he has said about accounts where money will be collected- it is not bad idea. You work and you have some kind of account. No normal, healthy people come more than 1 time a year to doctor and if people have work, it can be collected and then used if it will be needed. It is just like rental system in some countries, you collect money and you have a pension from it.Public education will be but every state will get money to make own programm of learning and lead educational system. It is such thing for instance in Germany - Every Bundesland has own programm of learning. I think that universities should belong to state. Such thing as central educational system is in countries, who have strong central government ( sorry, this what you have from decades is sh.. and not government, your governments take care of wars and supporting speculators and you know that if they would end wars and end speculations, you would have everything, but nobody will do it )just like China, Russia, Iran, where is minister of departament, who make central programm and take care of it. In your country of anarchy it does not work because you are NO central state and your governments are NO governmnets only sh.. that´s why some of his proposals are good. Your public schools have very low niveau and it is likely very bad and dangerous to send children there- criminality. I think that he would like to leave social system for Churchs and Charity organizations, it is not very bad idea. Besides your governments are not involved in programms of type: help for poor people or proggramms of improving of your education or programms or medical care it is done in majority by private institutions, you have no social system. It was not done by Bushes, by Clintons, by Obama and it will be not done by Romney or Sanctorum or Gingrich - they have another plans. Ron Paul has good plans of foreign policy just like economical plans and it can bring more money. Besides he is good for teachers, he has voted to reduce taxes for teachers, it is good idea too. You know, if you elect this man, he will end these wars, end this foreign policy of disaster, end these donations for bankers etc, he will reduce this your militaries and it will be really better, it will be more money for another things.It will be money for civilian development.
Theo

Germany

#13 Jan 16, 2012
Evangelcal santorum Froth wrote:
Let's get two with one stone.
>In a Ron Paul America, there would be no environmental protection, no Social Security, no Medicaid or Medicare, no help for the poor, no public education, no civil rights laws, no anti-discrimination law, no Americans With Disabilities Act, no laws ensuring the safety of food or drugs or consumer products, no workers’ rights.
Naturally that it does not exist in your country. There are money, which are likely donated for these purposes, but it does not work. Your educational system and especially public system is completely out of order, niveau in these public schools is very, very low, your children are educated rather badly and poorly and it is very dangerous to send children to such schools . He does not want to liquidate education, he wants to give it to concrete states, it means some kind of state official will be responsible for it. It is such system in Germany, where Bundesländer get money from state and they have own programs of education. I think that universities should be supported by country, it should be central. I think that there are much money, which are lost in this your federal country and that´s why everything is very poor in reality by you. I think that he has the same plans about social system - it should be coordinated by states and not federally. You know, you are not central country- there are central countries with strong governments ( China, Russia, Iran and they have central coordination of everything, your governments are rather poor ones and not central and their main domain of interests are wars and money for speculators )and this your country fall down. What about his medicare, he has said that he wants to have saving accounts for people- it will be probably taken from payment and it will be colllected there. Naturally that country should partially help. He has very good foreign policy and if he would realize it, it would bring much money. Saying openly, this candidate is the most reasonable. Other candidates, no Romney, no Santorum , no Gingrich make social policy in your country, what they do, they will lead unchangable policy of donating your federal money for wars, riots and speculators ands it will be their only activity and Ron Paul has good plans and good intentions and remember that he as one of not many politicans has voted very well. Or maybe he is socialist and he will make social policy within these states. Can it be make centrally in your country, No, because you are not central country, you consists of many federations ( so called states and it would be better to give more money for education, social system for concrete states than make it centrally, maybe it is really better idea, or maybe you want to be communistic country?
Stan

Halberstadt, Germany

#14 Jan 17, 2012
Evangelcal santorum Froth wrote:
Let's get two with one stone.
...
Ron Paul is really the best candidate.
It is not true. I know that he is the only normal republican and the best candidate for president in your country and additionally honest and not corrupt, peaceful and want to improve your economy, make spends where they are needed. And it is not the truth that he does not want to have medical care - he wants to have it, he has said that it will be some kind of private, personal accounts, where money from personal taxes will be spent and medical care will be founded just from these spends. Naturally that he wants to have social system and education and . But he wants to decentralize it ( it is much burocracy, which takes money and not much money is given for these issues )and give more money for states and oblidge local officials from state departments to care about it. It can be better, many countries have such system. Your educational system is really out of order, niveau is very low, your children are really stupid. additionally he wants to give much power and much money to all these state departments and oblidge them to care about social system and another issues, he wants to reduce central administration, which does not work properly in your country. It is very well, it can be good. Besides he does not want to destroy civil rights, it is bs, what you write. He voted against all acts, which destroy your civil rights, limit your freedom and civil rights and additionally, which kill your economy and which ruin lives of another people in poor countries - he was against wars and war acts. You can look www.issues2000.org - all records of his work and work of many other people were registered there.

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