TOP GOP Official: We “Do Not Consider Perry a Factor… We Know Who it is Who Will be Our Nominee”

Georgette Mosbacher. HarvardCPL, via flickr (Capital NY)

Following Governor Christie’s announcement on Tuesday top GOP official and bundler Georgette Mosbacher told reporters, “We do not consider Perry a factor… We know who will be our nominee.”
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Those words were spoken today by Georgette Mosbacher, RNC Finance Co-Chair and huge GOP fundraiser, after Chris Christie’s announcement. The “we” is all the big bundlers, fundraisers, and money folks who have been sitting on the sidelines waiting for the field to be set — and that quote represents the coalescing around Mitt Romney that is expected to happen rather quickly now. Mosbacher went on to say:

I think tomorrow, we’ll be contacting one another and probably put something together with Romney… And I would say that the race is now Romney and Obama. Quite frankly, the enthusiasm wasn’t there at the outset. He’s less conservative than a lot of us would like. However, our first and foremost goal is to defeat Obama. And we do believe Romney, in terms of independents, will be a strong candidate. We will coalesce behind him now… the time has come to get behind him… Tomorrow I’ll be on the phone all day. Quite frankly, it’ll be easier, because now we know who it is who will be our nominee. So we will pull our Rolodexes out and get to work.”

Fellow bundler and sideline-sitter John Catsimatidis added, “I’m going to go with Mitt Romney. I don’t think Perry has it in him to do it. He’s a lot better than Sarah Palin, but not a lot lot better.”


In related news, Romney also scored another major fundraiser from the Draft Christie movement: Ken Langone. Langone is the founder of Home Depot and is described as a “titan” in the political money scene. He backed Rudy Giuliani in 2008, helping Giuliani out raise the other candidates. There is evidence that a great deal of the money that had sat on the sidelines so far in this race will now fall into Romney’s coffers.

Rick Perry, for his part, got the endorsement of another Draft Christie member: Gary Kirke, a west Iowa investor and casino owner who had also been sitting on the sidelines until this afternoon.

Well, at least the GOP elite and democrat-media complex can agree on something – They both hate Rick Perry.

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  • Carbon Pootprint

    Would Romney and these “special people” put someone like William Black in charge of cleaning up the financial fraud in this country?

  • Andreas K.

    Romney vs Obama. Sounds almost like a movie. Dumb & Dumbo.

  • vityas

    The cocktail party elite has spoken. Fall in line, drones.

  • J. Knight

    RomneyObama Care I do not!

  • jorgen

    At least she didn’t say “F**k all y’all!… F**k all y’all!, but I think she meant it.

  • Gini

    The way I see it we have to look at who can and will beat Obama, not who is most Conservative, who fits our ideals best. Romney is many things, but he seems to have the the ability to roast BHO.

  • Sickofobama

    I hate Mitt Romney.

    He is a libtard just like Obama.

    I won’t vote for him and will not be giving any money to the GOP ever.


    romney doesn’t have the balls to bring up the crap that obummer has done…we are in a world of hurt

  • Mark1957

    That looks like a drag queen.

  • donh

    Georgette Mosbacher……I did not know Boy George was an American Citizen …and a Republican power broker at that …Romney is very important to the homosexual / transgender movement that has poached leadership of the Republican party.

  • Warthog

    So these are the people who supported Romney and Juliani last time? Fine, they didn’t pick the nominee then and they won’t pick the nominee now.

    I think a lot of people are waiting for Palin to make her final announcement before they lock their choice in their mind. (Given the now compressed schedule, I don’t think she’ll get in BTW). They might not choose her but they want to weigh the whole field before they select. This is much the same way we preuse the really nasty ice cream flavors before we choose strawberry.

    When that happens people will make up their minds rather quickly. Romney is most people’s second choice, the same as he was last time. But when it comes to actually pulling the lever it will be either for Perry or Cain. Expect Romney on the bottom of the ticket.

    (Because you always put the vanilla on the bottom of the double scoop…)

  • FedUp

    I’d prefer to pick my own candidate, thank you.

  • listingstarboard

    Holy Hairplugs Batman, what happened to Georgette? Why do rich women mutilate their faces like that.

  • john03

    Wow, I’m so naive as to believe the voters were the ones who would select the candidate. Last poll I saw Herman Cain was tied with Romney for the lead. Why do they just dismiss him?

  • Changed our “party” affiliation to “Independent” in 2006. Since we are on the “GOP mailing list” and worked for getting those folks elected, we get non-stop requests for money from them. All are returned with the statement “when you select a conservative candidate, we will again think about supporting that person.”
    In another vein, myself, wife and 30 others around us have all publicly stated we will not vote for any of the current crop of “candidates.” No longer will we be subjected to the “lesser of two evils.” In Missouri, we are left to vote for Jay Nixon, an absolute disaster vs. the noted pervert Peter Kinder for Governor. Such a deal…..

  • Mark1957

    Ten bucks say’s Georgette was born a George.

  • noislamocommie

    I hope those rolodexes work out for her. Only time will tell. I’m not convinced the field is set and when people start to fear socialized medicine in Romney after Perry returns home to create more benefits for aliens, then that leaves us with Cain or Palin. Since Cain may go with Romney,that leaves Palin.

  • big L

    Eff off Gop elites… What you are saying is that Obama is your candidate-“GOPers for an Obama Third term”. Because that is what it will be. Assuring an Obama presidency for years.
    Thanks elites.Permanent Loser Party!

  • ahem

    I didn’t realize Jocelyn Wildenstein was a Republican.

  • donh

    Surely that is Rudy Giuliani in drag…He has found a new way to weasle his way into the Whitehouse…through the women’s bathroom….

  • sdan

    Gee how nice to see someone doing my thinking for me. All that looking at the different candidates and seeing where they stand and who i agree with most was so tiring. I wonder where she got her crystal ball. Comments like that make me want to vote for anybody but Romney.

  • Trialdog

    Sorry. I will not vote for Romney. And it is not just me. This creates a get out the vote problem. The same problem we had with McCain, although I did vote for the Palin half of the ticket.

    Cain 2012

  • Gregor

    Gini, in case you haven’t figured it out …

    When Vityas says “fall in line drones”, he’s referring to those such as yourself. Good luck with that whole ‘nominate the least conservative because he can win’ thing. I want to thank you personally for f$%king up our country.

    And to Carbon Pootprint …

    Those elitists who are telling all of you zombies that you have to fall in line and vote for “their nominee” are the very people you’re referring to when you talk about who’s responsible for the financial fraud in this country. It’s amazing to me how many brainless puppets allow themselves to be manipulated by these b@[email protected]$.

    Hey, forget about it. Why even vote? They’ve decided for you.

  • LIndensant

    At first when I saw the picture I thought it was Joan Rivers! She must have had as many plastic surgeries.

    I find it disgusting that she and the other moneymen can be so open about their manipulation.

  • Jay Galt

    Is this a joke? She looks like a female impersonator. All the little people are going to fall into line now? Not this one, I’ll sit on my hands before I’ll vote for Romney. If they want to see Obama win this is the ticket that will get him there.

  • Gregor

    I will not vote for Romney. If you all are stupid enough to nominate this plastic fraud to represent us, you deserve what you get when conservatives stay home nauseous on election day.

    I do not vote for liberals.

  • Stephana

    Didn’t the dumb f-ups pick mcstain last time. How well did that turn out.

  • big L

    Mitt tossed in the towel, called Obama a nice guy last week. “Obama not a nice guy Mitt” I think 17 has the sum-up. The GOP will not run a campaign against Obama.The GOP is too weak to do that. What we got in the debt-ceiling negotiations is a preview of the campaign. remember Boehner had 800 million dollars in tax INCREASES on the table. More behind-the-scenes dealing. Just STOP that GOP. No Gang of 14 or Gang Of 6s anymore. Get out.

  • just-saying

    Really, why can’t I warm up to Romney? It’s ABO for me, but I hate it when it’s pre-decided.

  • pagar

    “Romney is many things, but he seems to have the the ability to roast BHO.”

    I don’t believe it. Romney is the person Obama would like to run against IMO. What position does Romney hold that he has never changed? What position does Romney hold that Obama hasn’t held?

  • obfuscatenot

    I will not vote for Romney, nor will I support the GOP-until and unless they actually become a Conservative group!
    Ms. Mosbacher looks like a cartoon character! They had the NERVE to criticize Sarah Palins wardrobe! Seriously! No thank you.

  • Gandalf

    ROTFLMAO – Some operative! Time for Sarah to announce and stop this absolutely insane RINO crap.

  • Carbon Pootprint

    @#23 October 5, 2011 at 8:20 am
    Gregor commented:

    I’ve been following The Market Ticker blog since early 2008. I know who the pr!cks are and I know they’re in both parties. At least I’m not stupid enough to be down on Wall Street about to get the union label tattooed across my forehead. Just What Wall Street needed, more Effers wanting their mistakes paid for by taxpayers and a guaranteed living. They all deserve each other.

  • Looks like everyone needs to focus on Congressional races. Romney will be as conservative as Congress. It is very discouraging that once again the Establishment Republican may will Romney to win the nomination. While I don’t care for Romney and Cain at this point would be my choice I do feel that he is better than John McCain.

  • Now that the GOP establishment has spoken it just solidifys putting my trust in Herman Cain. They are doing everything they can from both sides to ignor him but he just keeps growing.
    I say “YES WE CAIN”

  • Warthog

    I try to avoid commenting on appearance I couldn’t let this pass. Georgette looks like a villian out of Star Trek.

    I expect her to say something like, “We are Georgette of the Bundl-ers. Reisistance is useless, you will serve the collective candidate. Free will is an illusion as all choices belong to the Bundl-ers. You will prepare for Romnification.”

  • -Ed.

    Why is there a ventriloquist’s dummy in that photo of Georgette Mosbacher?

  • What nauseating arrogance. I think we all understand that big money has a major influence on politics. However, it is another thing altogether for this broad to throw it in out face and say the nominee is predetermined before one DAMN vote has been cast! If we elect a liberal Republican it changes nothing in DC except the speed at which we are going off the cliff. Might as well let the DEM’s have the WH and the blame that goes with it. It is same thing with liberal U.S. senators. All they do is give cover to DEM’s so they can pretend to be bi-partisan because a Snowe or Specter voted for their crap sandwich.

  • olm

    Alternate title for this piece “Letting the Dems pick the Republican nominee in 2012”

    Anyone but Obama but Romney? I am unconvinced.

  • Jeff

    That is why we have a primary. We get to choose not them! Wait, did we choose McCain then? Nevermind…

  • gary gulrud

    Seriously, with his need for a pardon, with 20,000 missing Lybian sidewinders, with the prospect of Dead Meat heading the Democrat ticket nationwide,…

    There is no chance Urkel will see November 2012 as Nominee.

  • mamagriz68

    How have we the people allowed it to get this far? We’ve been asleep at the wheel for the last century. I voted for McCain last time only because Sarah was on the ticket, and because I couldn’t sit back and do nothing as Obama took over. I wept for my country the day after the election in 2008. Now I am weeping for my children and the mess that they are to grow up with now. Why does the GOP not understand? Where have all the good men gone? Have we emasculated them enough (or turned them all into women as that picture indicates) that they cannot stand up and fight anymore? For once, in my adult life, I would like to have a presidential candidate that I can get behind, not just settle for, again. If Mitt Romney is the nominee, I think we will have record low turnout on both sides next November, and we’re screwed either way.

  • Gregor

    Jeff commented:
    “Wait, did we choose McCain then? Nevermind…”

    Honestly, I don’t believe we did. McCain was polling in last place at about 3% of the vote up until the primaries started last time around. Magically, he wins. I don’t buy it. Never have. I also find it almost impossible to believe when I see these polls showing Romney at the top. I ask 20 people who they prefer, and not a single one says Romney. It’s all fixed, and this hag proves it.

  • Deanna

    For everyone saying they won’t for the Repub if it’s so and so. Fine…but then if Obama wins because you didn’t vote, STFU for the next 4 years. You know in advnace what you’re going to get from Obama, destruction of this country. Not voting is a vote for Obama, plain and simple. As far as I’m concerned ABO. Hell, I’d vote for Paul, it would kill me but ABO. Oh and don’t give me that crap about how they’re the same as Obama, you know the’re not. No one outside of the extreme extreme Left is the same as Obama.

  • jennifer

    orange hair, obvious plastic surgery, big black eye liner, and her use of “we” as if she were the queen. No thanks. Time to grow old gracefully Georgette.

  • mg4us

    The GOP establishment doesn’t get to dictate who I must vote for BEFORE the primaries are decided. . .

    I live and work in NY/NJ and know these RINO Republican types. . . I am willing to get behind whoever wins the Republican nomination but first WE need to vet and let the party folks choose. . .

    We need a real conservative and someone not in-bred with the political establishment of DC or the NorthEast. . .We need someone who can walk in the footsteps of the GREAT Ronald Reagan. . someone like Sarah Palin

    Run Sarah Run!!!

    and Launch Operation “Clean Sweet” to get the RATs and RINOs out of our government and Restore Our Country to greatness.

  • Gregor

    Go ahead &$$hats. Give us Romney. GOP will be finished …

  • Gregor

    Deanna …

    Good luck with that

  • Mary

    1) Georgette…get over yourself. You are one of the reasons the Tea Party has succeeded.

    2) #15 One Man’s Thoughts…I’ve been out-of-pocket for a bit, but I don’t believe Peter Kinder has announced, has he? Check out Bill Randels. Seems to be a good choice.

    3) Beat Obama with a Cain!!!!!!!

  • Noovuss

    Sorry, I’ll vote for Obongo rather than Romney.
    I’ll be happy to put people like this on notice: I will not accept another lesser of two evils candidate. I’m not voting for a fake conservative to make the Dancing with the Stars independents happy.

  • Hmm. She looks pretty confident, also pretty confident that what she’s done to herself looks “pretty,” too.

    Here it is : “fire in the belly” beats “looks” every time.
    This election is going to be a bruising take down. One or the other party and the Democrats are, as they stated, up for “war.” They are NOT speaking metaphorically.

    The Washington Beltway types do NOT know what this means. ONLY the candidate who can fight the way it needs to be fought will win – the one who fights for the nation.

  • lizzy84

    Ouiet down, people.The elite Repugs are speaking…powerful…so powerful.*snif*


  • wtd

    Given the do-nothing GOP approved drones already in office, I prefer to take their advisement on nominee as to who NOT to vote for.
    As a matter of fact, any real discussion on disowning/dismantling this so-called GOP elite is welcome.
    Here’s a sample of do-something house cleaning:
    Republican Rep. Frank Wolf outed Grover in Congress

  • Midnight Rider

    Did you know that Muslims held a conference in Obama’s hometown of Chicago calling for the violent overthrow of the United States?

    (Bare Naked Islam)

  • Joe College

    Georgette’s Wikipedia…

    “She served as national co-chairman of John McCain’s 2000 presidential campaign…”


  • forest

    Gerogette Mosbacher told reporters, “We do not consider Perry a factor… We know who will be our nominee, the Romulan Nero, of course.”

  • Rose

    I won’t consider voting for him. Last time, he kept his mouth shut and paraded his lovely family. Now he has opened his mouth and let us all know where he stands.

    If the RNC is committed to depriving their voters of who they want, the way they did with McCain, last time, then I have no incentive to help them win any election.

    Let the RNC eat worms.

    I will not consider him, or Michele Bachman, Cain, Newt, Rudi, or Ron Paul. It isn’t an option.

  • “…GOP elite..”
    another LESSER OF TWO EVILS-

    thank you gop-
    elites indeed!!!

    my answer is NO!

  • Rose

    #50 October 5, 2011 at 8:54 am
    Noovuss commented:
    Sorry, I’ll vote for Obongo rather than Romney.
    I’ll be happy to put people like this on notice: I will not accept another lesser of two evils candidate. I’m not voting for a fake conservative to make the Dancing with the Stars independents happy.



  • Rose

    Cain has demonstrated that he is the DIVERSITY CZAR of the RNC – he can kiss his own sweet patootie.

  • sceniccityred

    Hello? Isn’t this what happened in 2008 with McCain? Didn’t they “give”
    the nomination to him because it was “his turn”, he had paid his dues, so
    to speak.

    We CANNOT ALLOW these goofs to choose our candidate again. No more
    candidate who sounds exactly like Obama. McCain sounded exactly like
    him, and if he did sort of, criticize him, would then apologize!! It made me

    Imagine this, I am white and support completely Herman Cain for our next
    president! Herman is awesome!! Go Cain!

  • BurmaShave

    I am thinking the upcoming election will be a referendum on not only Obama and his “leadership” but also on elites in general. I would sure love to see flocks of elitists, including this Georgette, eat their words.

    Would you like fries with that?

  • Looking at the picture is a perfect example of what happens if the republicans get control of the White House and Congress !!! The Iluminati in the background , the military industrial complex in the middle , and RNC/The Bankers in the foreground !!!

  • Nozzle

    The primary voters will decide the nominee, not this putz…Having said that, for some here to say their is no difference between Romney and the communist street agitator muslim drug addict who pretends to be a christian, born to a Kenyan father and raised by an adopted Indonesian father, with no record of accomplishment other than spending taxpayer trillions on his pet projects…I will most respectfully disagree…

  • Gini

    How many of you Commentators are active politically? Do petitions, attend meetings, work year round for the party? It’s the grassroots people who push names up the ladder, who get Representativs nominated, etc. But until one is involved in the process one has no right to criticise the work of those who do the work. If you don’t like the candidates, then select others and get them known! ut sitting back and writing Comments is not contributing.

  • jj

    I may not be happy about Romney, but I’d vote for a pile of rotting roadkill rather than Obama.

  • NameSheilaK

    So, you would put this Oblabber cretin back in office to what, spite some RINO conservatives, thus destroying this country even more than he has? Truly stupid response.

    Anyway, she should take her tranny face self off to never never land and let the people decide, NOT the RINO establishment

  • Bill Mitchell

    Yep, not perfect but right now, Romney/Rubio is looking like a solid winning ticket. I’m not crazy about Romney but I could vote for him a lot easier than I voted for McCain.

    I think Romney/Rubio was pretty much decimate Obama.

  • Bill Mitchell

    If you look back, Romney is no less conservative than Reagan was when he was running. Also, with Rubio and a Republican dominated House and Senate, Romney will be pulled right.

  • daryl

    Jim Hoft said

    “Well, at least the GOP elite and democrat-media complex can agree on something – They both hate Rick Perry.”

    And she has more than a few posting at GP who will wholeheartedly agree with her and the media.

  • Bill Mitchell

    Remember that a lot of the stuff Romney did in MA was because it was MA and he had a completely Dem dominated Congress.

  • Midnight Rider


    In the light of our present circumstances does this really sound too implausible?

  • daryl

    Don’t misconstrue my comment @ #70.
    If Romney is the nominee when it gets to the nut cutting in 2012, then hell yes I’llvote for him but not with a hell of a lot of entusiasm.
    Meanwhile, I’ll support Perryin every way

  • Gregor

    Bill Mitchell commented:
    “Remember that a lot of the stuff Romney did in MA was because it was MA and he had a completely Dem dominated Congress.”

    Oh bull$hlT. Wake up! SHake yourself a few times. Join the rest of us in reality. GOOD GOD! The man is so fake he’s got a “Made in China” sticker attached to his plastic foot.

  • Gini

    The ticket I think would knock the balls off BHO and his band of socialistic brothers is Romney and Cain. I would be happy with Cain as top of ticket, I like his thinking, but believe he would be eaten alive for lack of political experience.

  • Cliff

    I have held my nose and voted for the lesser of evils a number of times, but that doesn’t change the fact that in the end, I still voted for evil. I refuse to vote for liberal light. I refuse to vote for a slightly slower death. Not voting for liberal light isn’t a vote for liberalism, and it isn’t a vote for Obama. It is a refusal to vote for the status quo. If we can’t nominate and elect a conservative candidate who is willing to finally end business as usual in DC this time around, then we NEVER will.

    One other important point, every time I have ended up having to hold my nose to vote for a candidate who was nominated because it was his turn, democrats won.

  • Arch

    If he runs for reelection, we should all vote against Obama. The people who were dissatisfied with McCain or Palin and stayed home were responsible for putting Obama in the Oval Office. If the nominee is Romney, Cain, Perry or Joe Sh*t the Ragman, he has my vote. The Obama campaign is counting on conservatives again staying home.

    We should not be surprised if Obama does not seek reelection. Looking at his failed and highly unpopular policies, Americans in all parties are dissatisfied with the current administration. I think 2012 will be more devastating to the democrats than was 2010.

    Money doesn’t win elections; ideas do, and the democrats are bereft of plausible ideas. Keynesian stimulus and European style socialism have been proven wrong repeatedly. Americans want to keep their money, not pay taxes to create temporary make work jobs for low life scum. The Soviet Union collapsed and all the European socialist are failing because, as Maggie Thatcher said, they run out of other peoples’ money.

    The candidate I favor is Herman Cain, precisely because he is a turnaround artist, not a politician.

  • AuntieMadder

    I wonder if that scary-looking b*tch has given any thought as to whether or not Romney can beat Hillary.

  • Conservative to the Core

    It might be best to work toward a brokered convention, dump all these jerks, and just find a new candidate.

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  • StrangernFiction

    We don’t want Mittens and we don’t need Mittens. Cain can beat the DOTUS.

  • Ron

    Not voting for Romney in 12. I might as well waste my vote on Sarah Palin. Only voting Perry. He’s the only one with a real record out of the whole bunch. If this Dude Georgette is representative of my party leadership than I will register Indie. Geogette and his ilk are why we are in deep kimchi. Is there a phone number that I can call these @$$hats at.

  • Sandy

    What the Obama leftists and the Elite Republicans have in common is that neither side cares about what the people want. However, Mossy I wouldn’t call it a slam dunk for Romney yet. Perry has raised 17 Million this month and has another 10 Million set aside. LET THE GAMES BEGIN.

  • gwhh


  • gwhh

    they said the some thing about Reagan in 1976 and 1980 and 1984!!!

  • Bill Mitchell

    Gregor commented:

    Bill Mitchell commented:
    “Remember that a lot of the stuff Romney did in MA was because it was MA and he had a completely Dem dominated Congress.”

    Oh bull$hlT. Wake up! SHake yourself a few times. Join the rest of us in reality. GOOD GOD! The man is so fake he’s got a “Made in China” sticker attached to his plastic foot.

    So you think nothing Romney did in MA had to do with the far far far far left electorate and the far far far far left legislature with whom he had to deal? Maybe I’m not the one asleep.

    Romney will be pulled right by a Conservative Congress and VP. We tried to get a solidly conservative (electable) nominee and no one stepped forward (sorry, Cain is too gaffe prone to make it through the nomination process and win). So, win with the players you got but win, dammit.

    Being a “purist” at this point does nothing but give Obama 4 more years. Is THAT what you want?

    America wants a smart, experienced, pragmatic POTUS who leans right. You may not like it, but that’s the way it is.

    P.S., Has ANYONE here considered the fact that Independents may be more likely to give Republicans control of Congress if they sense that Romney is a moderate?

  • This is total BS, this is how we ended up with McCain as a GOP candidate in 2008 and how we ended up with Obama. If the establishment does this again you will end up seeing a mass exodus of support of the Republican Party. Romney would probably beat Obama but he will also end up being a one term President. I for one am sick and tired of voting for the lesser of two evils.

  • AuntieMadder

    To Gini and others: Moderate = liberal = Progressive = socialist. Just like the liberal whose name is followed by the letter “D,” a moderate with an “R” after his name is also a socialist. So, if Romney runs against Barky (or Hillary) and defeats the Demonrat candidate, who wins? Will the US, conservative Americans, or Republican voters benefit? No. They/we will lose again, just as we lost in 2008 and, to varying degrees, every election, it seems, for the past couple of decades. The only winners will be the GOP elitists, such as the drag queen pictured (above), their puppet/candidate, and the Demonrat elitists for playing the role this time around as that of losing opposition.

    If they don’t run a conservative – someone truly different/opposite from the Demonrat candidate – there’s no point in supporting the GOP over the DNC. It’s six of one, half a dozen of the other.

  • GotFreedom

    She looks like her ponytail is pulled too tight or too many botox treatments!!!

    Ms. Mosbacher, you and the GOP establishment elitists don’t speak for me–I’m confident that you will be surprised when Americans vote in the primaries next spring–money isn’t everything and Americans are tired of you/GOP/Dems/politicos thinking you can buy votes because you/the candidates have a lot of $$$.

    Give me a candidate with principles/morals and little money over an unprincipled Daddy Warbucks any day!

    Americans will speak with their votes and not with $$$!

  • elmo

    Based on this article, I will stay home rather than vote for Romney. GOP evidently has not suffered enough and needs four more years of Obama. I’ll save my money for conservatives in the House and Senate races to offset Obama. Four more years of a do nothing federal government is fine with me.

  • Conservative to the Core

    I wonder who Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild will be supporting.

  • gwhh
  • Dan

    Romney will have alot to deal with very soon now. Someone is coming from up north.

  • StrangernFiction

    But, but, but George Will says the TEA Party is the GOP establishment. LMAO!

  • s. wood

    Excuse me, but is anyone looking at the polls?? Herman Cain isn’t even mentioned here, yet he is the one rising in the polls! It’s time we the people start letting these GOP elites know that it is our country and we will choose the candidate, not them!

  • StrangernFiction

    One good thing about living in the PRC is that I won’t have to wrestle with whether or not to vote for Mittens. So there is that.

  • StrangernFiction

    Excuse me, but is anyone looking at the polls?? Herman Cain isn’t even mentioned here, yet he is the one rising in the polls!

    Being racist has its advantages when you are sleeping with ‘rats. Just saying.

  • olm

    #72…………it would not surprise me one bit.

  • AuntieMadder

    #65 October 5, 2011 at 9:21 am
    Gini commented:

    How many of you Commentators are active politically? Do petitions, attend meetings, work year round for the party? It’s the grassroots people who push names up the ladder, who get Representativs nominated, etc. But until one is involved in the process one has no right to criticise the work of those who do the work. If you don’t like the candidates, then select others and get them known! ut sitting back and writing Comments is not contributing.

    Surely, you didn’t just try to guilt a bunch of people into silence. The elitists on each side must be using the same playbook, now. As I said earlier, moderate = liberal = Progressive = socialist. They’re all the same.

  • cal rifkin

    drop trow just to be sure….no not really. I’m for Cain, but if I have to, I’d vote for Mitt over Obamao!!!

  • bg


    They both hate Rick Perry.

    how utterly childish..

    they hate Rick Perry about as much
    as they hate Obama being black..



  • bg


    ps re: #101 October 5, 2011 at 10:36 am bg

    besides, they just may be trying
    to cut Sarah off at the pass.. 🙂


  • How many votes do bundlers get? I’d bet you’d better

    Tow the TEA party line to get elected, Romney

    Need not apply.

  • Now that the Country Club Republican Establishment Drag Queen Lookalike Contingent has spoken, I’m going all in for Perry.

  • Sharon Ferguson

    Ol’ Georgette there was married to Robert Mosbacher, a VERY wealthy family in Houston (Big is in lots of money) and divorced him – TWICE! – and has apparently has gone on to be a big name influential RINO – Republican in Name Only. Mosbacher was hired by George H W Bush to be Secretary of Commerce. You come to Houston, you will see Mosbacher all over everything.

    Don’t listen to anything that woman says. She and the other elitists are the reasons why conservatives have trouble making headway in government.

  • bobbymike

    Does everyone who enters politics have a “deaf ear” to the realities of the grass roots? I would have staff designated to reading all important right of center blogs, including the comments, and reporting to me daily what was being said.


  • Andreas K.

    And Romney will do what exactly? Carry on with Obie’s stuff, just name and sell it differently. The guy doesn’t strike me as a conservative.

    Perry, caters to illegal immigration. Unacceptable for me.

    Sarah kow-tows to islam. No thank you.

    Cain & West 2012

    It’s the same trend as over here. We do have a “conservative” party in Austria. Well, officially. I call them CINO. Conservative in name only. They’re sleeping with the socialists just to be in the government and they are working with the socialists to transfer our money to the PIIGS. In fact, it has reached the point here that I stopped voting at all. Who can I vote for? I’ll give you a list which many of you won’t like at all.

    In Austria I can vote for:

    1) the socialists
    2) the communists
    3) the green socialists
    4) the party-formerly-known-as-conservatives-now-hugging-socialist-ideas
    5) the “liberal forum”, which is not liberal in the original (today libertarian) sense, but kow-tows to the EU
    6) a “right wing” party (so called by the media) which is in reality a party of patriotic socialists
    7) another “right wing” party (also so called by the media) which too is a party of patriotic socialists

    So whatever I vote for I get F-ed in the A. So I’m not voting anymore because there is no party that represents my interests (aka lower taxes, less spending, drop the Euro, gtfo of the EU, control immigration.)

    Now, to take it back into the US… What really is the difference between the GOP and the Dems right now other than the color and the party animal?

  • Sharon Ferguson

    Bill – you wouldn’t happen to be related to George Mitchell of Houston, would you? Share the same country club as the Mosbachers?

  • Andreas K.


    This is no longer a fight between different political parties. This is a fight of us against them. We, the people, vs the political elite and it’s like that in all countries.

    The political elite lives happily off our money and all they do is some shady backroom deals with other parties while they all just talk on TV to appease the crowds.

  • bg


    Andreas K. #107 October 5, 2011 at 10:44 am

    re: [Sarah kow-tows to islam. No thank you.]

    we went through this before, and i’ve
    posted proof of it being the opposite..

    but before i post it again, where
    is your proof of such a claim??


  • madtntaxpayer

    As stated at the end of the article, both the GOP elites and the democrat, media-complex hate Perry, so can there be any other choice for us but to push back at the GOP leadership? Who provided the energy for the 2010 elections? The Tea Party and the independents will again decide who runs on the ticket and ultimately wins the general election. I just hate the condescension communicated by this woman.

  • bitterclinger

    Here’s hoping George/ette has his/her Depends on when Sarah announces. Ain’t no way I’m voting for Mitt for Brains, the used BMW salesman. Don’t want Perry either — but then, neither does the GOP, so nothing to worry about there.

    Let’s start a pool on how long it takes George/ette to go the Arianna Huffpo moonbat route and defect to the CPUSA.

  • WeekendAtBernankes

    Republican? Maybe. But republican? No. In a republic, elected officials represent the people, not the establishment toadies getting fat off their backs.

  • hank

    what a bunch of bullcrap. Throw your money at him. He didn’t win against McCain and he won’t win this time around. The conservative base may not have the big bucks but we have the votes. Romney wears bambi pambi skinney jeans and is for climate change He wants the brokers donations , they will make big bucks with everyone having to buy carbon garbage. Northeast rinos are shameless.

  • s. wood


    Oh yes I am actively involved in the political process and attend meetings, rallies,
    and have even held my nose and joined the local republican party to try to make some changes with the likes of those like this woman who is ruining the party.

  • bg


    re: #110 October 5, 2011 at 10:53 am bg

    re: Andreas K. #107 October 5, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Sarah Palin Bashes Plans For Ground Zero Mosque

    An Intolerable Mistake on Hallowed Ground

    Earlier today, Mayor Bloomberg responded to my comments about the
    planned mosque at Ground Zero by suggesting that a decision not to allow
    the building of a mosque at that sacred place would somehow violate
    American principles of tolerance and openness.

    No one is disputing that America stands for – and should stand for – religious tolerance. It is a foundation of our republic. This is not an issue of religious tolerance but of common moral sense. To build a mosque at Ground Zero is a stab in the heart of the families of the innocent victims of those horrific attacks. Just days after 9/11, the spiritual leader of the organization that wants to build the mosque, Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, suggested that blame be placed on the innocents when he stated that the “United States’ policies were an accessory to the crime that happened” and that “in the most direct sense, Osama bin Laden is made in the USA.” Rauf refuses to recognize that Hamas is a terrorist organization dedicated to the destruction of our ally, Israel, and refuses to provide information about the sources of funding for the $100 million mosque. Rauf also plays a key role in a group behind the flotilla designed to provoke Israel in its justifiable blockade of Gaza. These are just a few of the points Americans are realizing as New York considers the proposed mosque just a stone’s throw away from 9/11’s sacred ground.

    I agree with the sister of one of the 9/11 victims (and a New York resident) who said: “This is a place which is 600 feet from where almost 3,000 people were torn to pieces by Islamic extremists. I think that it is incredibly insensitive and audacious really for them to build a mosque, not only on that site, but to do it specifically so that they could be in proximity to where that atrocity happened.”

    Many Americans, myself included, feel it would be an intolerable and tragic mistake to allow such a project sponsored by such an individual to go forward on such hallowed ground. This is nothing close to “religious intolerance,” it’s just common decency.

    – Sarah Palin


  • Jaimo

    Gees Lady, can you put any more makeup on that botox’d out face. It’s so good to know that the RNC has our back and picked our candidate for us. They’ve done such a phenominal job picking a leader in the past, i.e. Michael Steele.

    I’m tired of the GOP elites telling we serfs who to vote for. Romney would be no better than McCain would have been, Ewwww!

  • Concerned American

    I agree – Georgette is not a natural born woman. I am an open minded person, but I am done being a republican nor will I ever be a democrat. I am listed as an “independent” but believe that is a bunch of crap too. I think the only way to send a VERY loud and clear message to ALL these yahoos that fancy themselves as Politicians, is just not to vote. We want our Robin Hood! Time to let the Crusades die and bring our “boys” home and stop letting King John rob the coffers blind for he and his pathetic excuse of cohorts. No politician in office cares anything about us “little poeple”. They only care about their wallets and making them fatter. Originally our great Forefathers set this system up as NON PAID position except for the President. Politicians are supposed to be civil non paid servants so they can remain unbiaest – I see it is working out just fine (need sarcasm font)………. It’s time America is what we told the English we are – we are a free country full of free thinkers and great men and women who do not wish to be taxed to death! We need to fix our economy before we give aid out to other countries that can’t even stand us. We need to fix our educational systems so our children can fix the problems their parents created. We need to shut the gates to illegals and make them come in the right way. We were once a great country. Now we have gone to hell in a hand basket and for what – money? power? stupidity? This just reaffirms the stupidity that currently resides in the powers that be!

  • Midnight Rider

    A Declaration to Restore the Constitutional Republic


  • paulr

    The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    Look it’s time to put on our big boy pants and realize that we won’t get Everything we want at once. It would be nice but life is not a storybook where everyone lives happily ever after. I for one will be very happy with a Republican House, Senate and Executive so we can begin to roll back the miserable years of the “Bamaconomy”. If we can get 60+ Senate seats to kill the damnocrat filibuster so much the better

    So Mitt’s a squish on some issues. He changes his mind. Get over it!!!!!!! Go back and listen to Ronald Magnus Reagan’s position on issues like immigration. He was a bit of a squish also esp. re/immigration. Remember the amnesty in 1986? That was Pres. Reagan and I still revere the Man.

    Romney can and will beat ‘Bama’ WITH OUR HELP and defeating ‘Bama’ in 2012 IS THE ONLY ELECTION ISSUE OF ANY CONSEQUENCE.

    If you choose to sit this next election out and pout in your room; well then you live w/ the results. Remember Ross Perot was gonna get under the hood and “fix it” in 1992? Because Ross Perot’s “Children’s Crusade” siphoned off conservative votes we got 8 yrs of Bill Clinton. You want another 4 yrs of ‘Bama’? This country will be ruined.

    Quitcherbitchin. Have you ever canvassed, held a sign, worked a phone bank…? That’s where it counts. Find a local conserative candidate and work your tail off to get him/her elected. That’s how it’s done not by pissing and moaning in the comments section of some blog (Although I consider Gateway Pundit to be one of the best political blogs). You want a conservative legislature go work for it…ain’t no free lunch here either

    There I said it now I’m done.

  • DANEgerus

    Georgette Mosbacher was a model for the Raptors in Jurassic Park movies

  • DANEgerus

    OK guys help me out here… if you had to… Georgette Mosbacher or Hillary?

  • bg


    maybe it’s their way of getting rid of Romney, i mean, all
    one has t do these days is estate the opposite vs either
    the obvious/truth..

    yes, we are that stupid.. just take
    a look at our choices for president..

    Palin, Cain or West in any combo..

    [also maybe Rubio as vp alongside any of the 3]


  • tom beebe st louis

    Cain/Gingrich. A natural leader backed up by one who knows Washington’s ways.

  • Patty

    You may not like anything contain in this article or you may love it. But this is the hand dealt in a gamble called Politics.

    The more I see the way the political game is played. Media can tear a politician apart whether the facts are correct or not. Some will believe the trash or the truth. We have seen the media in action and the were out to lunch during the Campaign of ’08.

    Well, now, we have the goods on Obama. We all need to back whoever. We must Win.

    Don’t be out to lunch on Voting day, that would be so very, very foolish. Please, vote for our Republican Candidate because if you DON’T Obama will win. I hate it when people say they don’t like anyone running. When we have a candidate, like him or her or not, VOTE.


  • Mary

    “If we can’t nominate and elect a conservative candidate who is willing to finally end business as usual in DC this time around, then we NEVER will.”
    AMEN, Cliff #76!
    I can only pray that Georgette and her ilk will get a LOT of pushback.
    We no longer donate to the GOP/National Republican Party…our hard EARNED $ goes to the candidate(s) of our choice.

    Beat Obama with a CAIN!!!

  • Patty

    When I say whoever, I am not being naive. But we must VOTE and DON’T SIT IT OUT!

  • AuntieMadder

    @ s. wood #115: At comment #99, I was quoting Gini, who said that everyone should work for the campaign(s) of their chosen politicians or stop criticizing, which was an attempt to silence dissent.

    As far as I’m concerned, if you’re a tax payer and an informed voter, you’ve earned the right to criticize. As far as the US Constitution is concerned, the right of all Americans to criticize is a protected right.

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  • Redwine

    Mosbacher looks like she’s wearing a Guy Fawkes mask.

    She has no right at all to call the candidate. WE choose the candidate in primaries. And NO WAY in h*ll do we want another McRINO.

  • aprilnovember811

    This is why I no longer donate to the Republican Party. We will decide who the nominee is, not you lady. So she assumes the independents are people who want a moderate? No so. Independents may not be happy with the Republican establishment, that is why they’re independent. I wanted to become independent, because I don’t like the establishment Republicans, but I couldn’t vote in the primary if I did. I chose to stay Republican for that reason, but I don’t donate to them. I donate to the Senate Conservatives Fund, and SarahPac. They’re making a huge miscalculation by assuming these people are in the middle. All bets are off lady, if Sarah Palin runs. I will never cast a vote for someone who implemented socialized medicine, and said he believes in global warming.

  • Patty

    I have no particular Candidate but these officials are looking at independents and moderates and the main stream voting block. Of all the choices we have Cain has definitely been very powerful and humorous and that is what this nation needs.

    Romney has never been my choice and MCCAIN, OMG, awful. I do believe, though, Obama won’t be the only one on the democratic ticket.

    I feel he is going to have some competition.

    Money talks and it does make you feel this is not a democracy but buying the elections.

    Still, Vote for our side. We must Win!!

  • AuntieMadder

    @ #118: “We want our Robin Hood! Time to let the Crusades die and bring our “boys” home…”

    Libturds want their Robin Hood, the man who robbed from the rich to give to the poor, basically spreading the wealth. He’s a model socialist.

    The only modern Crusades are the Muslim Crusades. If you are unaware of Islam’s 1400+ years long Crusades, then you are shamefully uninformed.

  • ahem

    Anyone but Anyone but Obamney!

  • Kristopher

    Not one more dime for the RNC.

    They need purging, badly.

    Here is a free clue: Republicans pick a nominee … then the party supports that nominee. If you can’t figure that out, please leave.

  • Monkeytoe

    Well, it’s good to know that the GOP money bigwigs want to lose the election to Obama. I, for one, am unlikely to vote for Romney. I’m willing to be that feeling is pretty widespread among conservatives. Why put the GOP stamp of approval on Obama type policies by electing a liberal republican? That is just insane.

  • AuntieMadder

    Patty, if the GOP has already decided to force Mr Progressive Lite Romney on Republicans, then they aren’t on our side or, at the very least, the GOP and I are not on the same side.

    Honestly, what huge difference is there between four years of Barky and four years of Romney, except that most registered Republicans would be fooled into compliance and submission because they’d believe their side won?

  • Not one dollar. Not one penny to the RNC. My hard-earned money (and vote) will go to the most conservative candidate – directly.

  • bg


    paulr #120 October 5, 2011 at 11:25 am

    Romney should have beaten McCain..

    the Republican elites biggest mistake last
    time around, and too late to correct imo..

    albeot i would vote for Romney over Obama or McCain any time..

    the bottom line is:

    “we the people” are not about to accept another President SELECTED by the elite powers that be & the msm.. unless of course, we allow them no
    choice for a change.. 😉


  • Renee

    Did someone die and leave Georgette in charge?! WHO THE HECK thinks she’s a TOP GOP OFFICIAL?! Anyone outside of Houston?!

    Hey, Georgette – YOU’RE NOT IN CHARGE! Romney is DONE.

  • Salt Lick

    “Being a “purist” at this point does nothing but give Obama 4 more years. Is THAT what you want?”

    I wonder. Do we let this pot keep simmering slowly, or bring it to a rolling, bubbling boil? What’s best for America, land of LIBERTY, home of the FREE? Look back 30 years. Feel like you’ve seen progress? Let that type of progress roll another 30 years forward — does that look like FREEDOM?

  • elmo

    I would not bet the farm on Romney beating Obama. Romney is going to have a hard time in the South, especially in Texas, as he contiually runs Perry down. Without the South (or even a few lost Southern states), no Republican will beat Obama.

  • Patty



    I know how we conservatives think, Yes, I am very conservative. My point is IT DOES MATTER, OMG, PLEASE DON’T SIT ON THE SIDELINES, PLEASE WE MUST DEFEAT OBAMA.

    I know what you all are saying but Cain is the best man, if these are our choices. Many debates are coming down, so much could change. I have a fear that if Trump decides to run as an Independent, we may not be discussing any of this candidates. Because it will be over. NO one will win. Trump is wishy washy.


  • That’s what liberal infiltration in the GOP looks like, y’all. Soon they’ll start picking GOProud nominees.

    Mark my words.

  • Patty

    Can’t afford it. correction

  • Han Solo

    Romney is PRO-ABORTION for crying out loud. I will **NEVER** vote for him.

    This just shows how far these people are willing to sell our values and traditions just to keep their war mongering money machine in action.

  • Max Entropy

    Is this the same process that they used to pick Bob Dole and John McCain? Something about “they earned it” or “they are next in line?”
    This is why I don’t give to the RNC any more. With the Internet, it’s very easy to give to candidates directly now.

  • Patty

    I have been searching polls and opinions. I believe that no one knows what will happen. Everyone has their opinion and candidate. But if there is still 9% unemployment I don’t believe Obama will win. I know that the Tea Party isn’t in love with Romney, then who, Cain.

    Can the Tea Party be the final factor, I am not sure about the independents and moderate and they can make it or break it this time around.

  • Han Solo
  • big L

    Mosbacher over Hillary, so to speak.
    What 124 said- Cain/Gingrich I ‘d vote for that and they might eek out a victory as the adults in the room, I like Cain because he is bootstrap up and has been a lot of different jobs and He has a sunny disposition like you-know-who. Also he is an American in love with America. Like Palin.
    Gingrich will know when Cain is getting effd by the donks and Press (same thing).He can run govt and think up historical precedents.
    Bolton as Sec of State.
    Laura Ingraham as Amb to the UN (c’mon Laura you can do it for a few yrs, tell ’em all off, Call a sheikh, a shake)

  • Han Solo


    I don’t care. I am NEVER voting for another progressive big-government war-mongering neocon republican candidate.

    I have voted republican my entire life, and if Romney or Perry is the nominee I will stay home this election and not vote for president for the first time I have been legal age.

  • Patty

    Romney is ProChoice, He respects a woman’s right to choose.

    This has been a topic of discussion for years and God is there judge, I believe in life.

    This is a very sticky subject. America has such opposite views. But More Americans have the opposite VIEWS of this Dictator in Chief.

    Yet, on partial birth abortions when botched, gee I hate that word, NO ASSIST. Obama wanted child to die.

  • jorgen

    It is not up to her, but she knows that Romney will win and here is why: Romney is a liberal but attracts a lot of people as he is a good performer. The rest of the votes will be divided with tiny portions to each the (more or less) “rightwingers”: Bachman, Cain, Perry, Newt … Result: none of the “rightwingers” can win. We need all of the “rightwingers” but one or two to give up and that is not going to happen.

  • Patty

    Han Solo

    Find, you sit out and others and WE LOSE. You have seen that Obama is taking our freedoms and spending this nation into a Third world.

    And I am not in Favor of Obama and Michelle living a minute longer after elections in our White House.

  • Mitch Rapp

    The last time these A holes gave us McCain

  • Patty


    GOP is looking for the person who will win it all. Not just parts of it, ALL, the whole enchilada

  • Patty


    Right but this time, Obama has served up a whole lot of nothing. He has done nothing, has no idea how to handle a thing, spends money, taking freedoms away, hates capitalism, loves unions, strangling our prosperity.

  • Patty

    And it ain’t over till the FAT LADY SINGS.

    Bloomberg debate next week.

  • daryl

    “But dahling, how could I evah support that uncouth cowboy from Texxxaas. Why, we have nothing ah talll in common with those,well those commoners. Well, do we??”

    She could have been considered “kinda, maybe sorta, hot” once upon a time, I suppose. Hot enough to turn an old Texas oilman’s eye. Her bio says she took some poor old sucker in a divorce for 20- 30 million and opened her own make-up line.
    She sounds kinda like the equivalent of that Hungarian “doll”, Huffington, who took down her nancy boy hubby and gave all of his money to the democrats.

    Cityfile: Georgette Mosbacher

  • Buford B

    If Mittens Romney is the nominee I will vote third party. I will vote for the conservative party’s nominee or write in my dogs name. I mean that. How dare they dictate to us who our nominee will be. Georgette Mosbacher needs to go away, retire, fade from the crowd. I am sick of these arrogant hubris filled DC/NYC corridor cronies sticking their well heeled noses in the air at the voters. The condescension is beyond mind boggling. Truly who do they think they are. They shove Cain down our throats so the conservative votes split and we have Mittens..sorry Georgette but this homie don’t play that game no more. Obama is horrible but Mittens can’t decide who he is or what he is. This snobbish, disgusting display by die alte Frau makes Mittens even more distasteful.
    SORRY GEORGETTE BUT WE THE VOTERS DECIDE NOT YOU! YOU JUST HELPED PERRY MORE! HOWS THAT?! Get a clue lady! Go back and do your make up business and leave the serious business of running the country to those of us who get what the problems are. GO AWAY LADY and take your flying monkeys with you!

  • yourmaster

    Romney could be a mistake….

    I’ll hint the reason as to why that is….

    Do you remember when the Democrat Supermajority passed 0bamacare?

    The public HATES 0bamacare (libs got the results of that in 2010….)
    and have been feeling the after-affects of rage of the voters from it through various special elections like NY-9, and wisconsin

    a good strategy for the next election would be to use 0bamacare at every chance against the dems/0bama (to tie 0bama with higher taxes, high debt, and mandated coverage: no choice)

    but if Romney is the nominee now, with the choice between obamacare and romneycare…
    most of the public could get just as mad at Romney (and choose not to vote him in…)
    and 0bama can counter anytime Romney brings up 0bamacare… with Romneycare.

    running a canidate like perry though… Perry or Cain they can RAIL on 0bama on 0bamacare ….every… single… second… …all week… all month… and he will have no counter against it.

    and that will cost the dems heavy voters in 2012 just like it did in 2010.

    most indepedents don’t want a hardcore conservative… the want someone more towards the middle… and that’s why Perry would be better than Romney, plus he has created jobs in texas …which I heard the administration was going to try to use against him… by saying they were low wage jobs… …but trying to use that against Perry makes the Dems look foolish… …because the facts are… Perry created jobs. (low wage or not…)

    I haven’t seen much job creation at all from 0bama, have you? he increased regulations which destroy jobs and prosperity…. but he has ultimately damaged our economy to the brink of a great depression now

  • exceller

    we all knew that the big wigs like this mossbacker lady were going to coalesce around Romney, no surprise there. Just don’t count me in on your party lady.

  • Michael

    These “elites” are the same people who gave us the Dole and McCain. We all know how well that’s worked out for the GOP.

  • Conservative to the Core

    Shorter Gerogette Mosbacher:

    “I want my country back!”

  • Redwine

    Buford B #160 – and others who will be drawn to vote for a 3rd party candidate:

    This is exactly how Comrade Barry will get re-elected (G-d forbid). And if the Dems pull a fast one and primary Barry, we will face a very difficult battle. We need to get off our duff and work toward getting a conservative as the candidate. None of the current bunch is perfect, but there are those with enough conservative qualities to matter and get Barry, or any other Dem, beaten into a pulp.

  • Anne

    Georgetter Mosbacher is a fraud. She is husband hunting…which might prove tough. She chose John McCain last time out of spite….sheer spite for her ex-husband…Bob Mosbacher. She is an egomaniac who likes to hear herself talk and believe me…she has a screw loose. And further, she gives money to NARAL. Total fraud. I will not be donating to the RNC. The end.

  • Marcus

    I would be horrified, horrified, if I had a relative who left the house looking like this. A man dressed as Lucy.

  • workingclass artist

    Just goes to show that all the money in the world does not make for decent plastic surgery….Or a decent rhino flip-flopping candidate.

    This snotty Bitch can kiss my Texas ass cause it aint’ over the cowboy hangs up his spurs!

    Gig Em’
    Perry 2012

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  • Marcus

    BTW, I know this woman’s husband, or ex-husband (I get all kinds of Arianna Huffington vibes here) ran for Senate I think and was trounced after she said to the press: “I can’t wait for this election to be over so I can start wearing diamonds in public again.” Yes, she talks like this and think it helps.

  • workingclass artist

    Romney will NOT work to repeal Obamacare…He’ll tinker with it!

    Romney will NOT scale back the federal leviathan…He won’t abolish the EPA!

    Romney Sucks…He is Obamalite!

  • StrangernFiction

    #162 October 5, 2011 at 12:40 pm
    exceller commented:

    About as surprising as the NFL terminating Hank Williams Jr. for correctly labeling Barky “the enemy.”

  • workingclass artist

    Gov. Perry has small businesses behind him…He’s got grass roots support. People are looking into his record in Texas and they like it. This bitch can waste her money but voters make the decision NOT her & NOT the Pravda Media.

    “The pace is even more impressive. Perry had 49 days in which to raise funds, rather than the full 92 days of the quarter, a rate of about $349,000 a day. The final debate in September didn’t hurt Perry’s fundraising rate, either. In the 42 days prior to the Orlando debate, their rate was $323K per day; in the eight days following the Orlando debate, that escalated to $478K per day. Perry’s on-line operation did well, too, drawing in $1.1 million — despite, as my source says, not driving contributions with their on-line ads.

    Best of all for the Perry campaign, the burn rate in the first seven weeks was negligible. The campaign has $15 million cash on hand from its $17.1 million haul. Team Perry wanted 18,000 contributors in this quarter, and finished with over 22,000. More than 60% of their contributors donated $250 or less, which means that they can keep going back to them for more money….”

  • Mitchell McAleer

    wakey wakey sheeple, you’re being herded into another vote for the lesser of two evils lose / lose scenario by your TV. Try turning the TV off, and use the device that got you here, you know, the computer, and the internet, to find out what’s really going on in the world. Ron Paul gets more donations from active duty servicemen that ALL the other republican candidates combined. Ron Paul got more donations from military than Obama. Why is that do you think? I’ll hazard a guess that it’s because they are aware of the disaster that is current US foreign policy, and support Ron Paul’s position of ending the occupation as quickly as the transports can get to Iraq and Afghanistan and bring them home. Wake up, you’re getting it in the behind without lube again.

  • Mom2mn

    Geez so much for the archaic notion that the voters should play a role in deciding who the eventual nominee will be…

    Frankly Ms. Mosbacher, with a 17 million dollar haul from supporters in all 50 states, it really doesn’t look like Governor Perry needs your $! For the past 4 years, I have refused to give a dime to the NRC. The arrogance underscored by comments such as yours only confirms and seals my decision. Never, EVER will I give another dime to the NRC. The next time the RNC calls scrounging for $, I will politely tell them to call YOU!

  • workingclass artist

    @# 161

    Gov. Perry is the Anti-Romney….He is also the Anti-Obama

    That’s why both the Pravda Media are out to destroy him & the GOP Elite in DC are out to destroy him.

    In 1980 they did the same thing to another conservative roaring out of California.

  • SickOfItALL

    It’s been apparent to me for many years that both parties pick their candidates years in advance. I know sometimes someone comes along and upsets what they have planned but every time it has happened they intensify their control efforts to make sure it does not happen again. They have apparently decided it will be Romney this time. Now to do all the necessary evil to make sure no one derails him. Sick sick sick. I will be doing everything I can to make sure it is not Romney. Of course I was already but I’m even more determined now.

  • workingclass artist


    “It is not up to her, but she knows that Romney will win and here is why: Romney is a liberal but attracts a lot of people as he is a good performer…”

    Romney burned the GOP when he made it the Anti-Hispanic Party. Romney will LOSE the southwest and most likely Florida.

    Gov. Perry will slit that vote by talking about jobs and border security. Something every american wants & Obama has failed to deliver.

    Romney is a giant ass….And a loser who has lost more elections then the single one he won..and he didn’t run for Gov. of Mass again cause he knew he would have lost.

  • workingclass artist


    “It’s been apparent to me for many years that both parties pick their candidates years in advance…”

    Reagan upset the GOP plan in 1980. Clinton upset the DNC plan in 1990.

  • SickOfItALL

    We can know that ‘The Kenyan’ was selected before 2003 because from then until 2008 there were several efforts made to do away with the ‘natural born citizen’ requirement. Why would they try to do away with it unless they knew what was going to happen? They failed to do away with it but got their corrupt usurper in anyway because the people who should be watching are not doing so. Of course I believe HClinton was and is also being groomed for the office. It’s going to be interesting.

  • bg


    all this Perry praise & no proof.. lol

    hey Rick, you ain’t just in Texas anymore..


  • bg
  • SickOfItALL

    I knew Reagan was not the ‘establishment’ man in 1980. Bush the Elder was. Clinton in 1990? Do you mean 1992? I’m not so sure about that one. Carter I think was also a non-establishment man. That is partly why Carter was one-term. The bankers didn’t want him so they turned the economy bad thinking they could get Bush the Elder. Didn’t work out for them that time but they are doing better now, to OUR detriment.

  • SickOfItALL

    Yes Dole and McCain were ‘establishment’ men in 1996 and 2008. Not to win, but to be good losers, lose gracefully and go away with mouths closed. Dole was VERY good at it. I think McCain tried harder than ‘they’ wanted him to though. It was a little more of a contest than in ’96.

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  • Dawn Marie Clark

    So it appears that the GOP is once more shooting itself in the foot.

    The only person who is deserving and qualified to be POTUS is Dr. Ron Paul.

    It is not any wonder why people just shake their heads in disbelief.

    The Peace President always wins. So what do you do – you support the NeoConservative War Monger? It is NO surprise.

    Like I said – once more the GOP is shooting itself in the foot.

    Congratulations to contributing the GOP to the grave.

  • bg


    SickOfItALL #184 October 5, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    keep telling you that’s why the establishment Reps detest
    Palin, she turned it into a real race & almost won it for him..

    [re: you = in general, not specifically.. ;-)]


  • workingclass artist


    Any candidate like Ron Paul saying Iran should have NUKES will not win even a single state in the primary. After this final run Paul will retire because he knows he coudn’t win his win district after saying that.

  • Dave

    I am so sick of the GOP telling me who the nominee is before the primaries, before the convention when the DELEGATES vote on who the nominee is going to be.

    I am voting for Ron Paul, his delegates, and I refuse to support any more fake conservatives, like Romney.

  • Patty

    Off topic next story on fox, obama is getting traction in congress on job act?

  • lizzy84


    Have you ever been more concerned about a presidential election in your lifetime? I, for one, have not.There is no solid conservative on our side. I do like Cain, but even he, while professing true adherence to conservative values has points of deviation. So if it comes down to Romney or Perry {if he can pull himself together} I hate to say it, but I will have to think of two words, ‘Eric Holder’ and vote for either candidate without hesitation.

    oBama must be stopped.

  • Patty

    Americans trust obama more on jobs than Congress? OMG

  • Han Solo

    >Ron Paul saying Iran should have NUKES

    That NEVER happened. He just challenged the question by saying “what are you going to do to stop them?”

    — can you answer that question? A few sanctions are going to do it? Are you willing to use nukes on them first? Are you willing to sent thousands of US boys to die for it?

    Ron Paul was RIGHT and he shined light on the real question that all the ‘big talkin warmongers’ didn’t touch. None of those other bozos that night had the balls to say how THEY would ACTUALLY do anything different than what Paul said would happen weather we liked it or not.

    So, your just mad that Paul pointed out the hard truth that the fake neocon swaggering idiots on stage next to him that night could not refute.

  • owl

    Good Grief. Read about half this thread and gave it up.
    Are some of you people for real? You won’t VOTE?

    I say if that is true, go stand in the corner, point at yourself and chant “I love Obama, give me more of his Hope & Change, mmm, mmm, mmm.”

    My choices: Sarah Palin, then Perry, then Cain, then Romney and then a wad of snot, if that is what is run against Obama.

    So how could I vote Palin or Perry? Easy. So darn easy. You can NOT be a ONE issue voter and beat Obama. You love your selection the same as Obama? Who are you? You are certainly did not like Reagan.

    I do not want Romney. I do not want Romney. I do not want Romney. Romney or Obama? Get outta my way, I’m voting.

  • Dave

    Ron Paul did NOT say Iran should have nukes…that is twisting his words…LISTEN to what Ron Paul says, out of his own mouth, not what the media “says he says”. He said he can understand WHY they would want one, since they are surrounded by countries with nukes.

  • Patty
  • Patty

    Liberal Mitts Hits: What he doesn’t want you to see

  • everyone here feels it is very important to defeat obama if we want to take our country back from the marxists. but if you vote for another colonizer you may not have a country to take back.

  • Patty


    Owl and on the won’t vote. That is making the Obama administration SO THRILL.

    Dear God, this will be one of the make or break elections in our nations history. We know who Obama isn’t, a patriot. We are well aware of his forcing his liberal views down the throats of America. We are well aware of spending and Downgrade and unemployment. If thing don’t turn around we are stuck with Holder and Obama and Axelrod and Jarrett, unions, changes in this nation are bad but they will get much much worse if Obama is re-elected. Very surprise anyone would not participate and vote to end the reign of Obama and stand together as one with pride and Vote.

  • Patty


    Absolutely, no matter what Obama does or says, good or bad, he is dangerous for this nation and can you imagine what the czars and mo will purpose on us.

    Oh, I just can’t express my views any better. We are doomed, people, if you don’t Vote this tyrannical and divider out of office.

  • bg


    Sarah Palin: the establishment’s savior?

    [January 2nd, 2012

    DES MOINES, IOWA (Reuters) — Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin defied expectations last night by winning the Iowa caucus, gaining the support of 35% of caucus-goers. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney finished a distant second with 20%, barely edging out the 19% earned by businessman Herman Cain. Texas Gov. Rick Perry received a stinging rebuke with 9%.

    Palin, a tea-party darling treated as a pariah by Washington Republicans,
    ironically surfed a late wave of support from establishment conservatives,
    who were alarmed by the collapse of Perry and the surge by the more radical Cain.

    “This was the best [expletive] deal we could strike with the tea party,”
    said a GOP operative who asked not to be named. “We offered them
    [expletive] Perry, he flopped, they gave us [expletive] crazy Herman,
    and this was the only [expletive] card we had left to play. I’m mad, but
    not as mad as I’d be if it had been the [expletive] pizza guy.”]


  • Ripped

    SORRY Georgette I don’t take my marching orders from transvestites.

    Time for a 3rd party, the first 2 can’t suck enough.

  • Carolina Kathy

    No worries. ANY republican can beat The Giant Zero (47-41, according to Rasm). That said, ‘electibility’ as an argument for picking a centrist candidate GOES OUT THE WINDOW. Now is the time for a true conservative.

    And it won’t be about campaign money this time, it will be about “government money”. People are fed up across the board with Spending. That includes a 2:1 INDEPENDENTS.

    The only candidate capable of engendering trust on this issue is Cain, having earned his money the non-political way: he worked for it, and he has proven experience turning around flailing businesses.

    Perry has a JOBS record. Nobody cares about a racially charged rented ‘rock’ – uh, puhlease.

    If Romney is to be the candidate, he will have to purge his history. Moderates need not apply.

  • deserttrek

    romney v obama …. bad and worse. again the voter has no choice other bad or worse.

    the great experiment is dying

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  • bg


    Carolina Kathy #203 October 5, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    re: [Perry has a JOBS record.]

    wouldn’t be too sure about that..

    not to mention this..

    [“Of jobs created in Texas since 2007, 81 percent were taken by newly arrived immigrant workers (legal and illegal),” says the report from the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that advocates reduced levels of both legal and illegal immigration. The report estimates that about 40 percent of the new jobs were taken by illegal immigrants, while 40 percent were taken by legal immigrants. The vast majority of both groups, legal and illegal, were not American citizens.

    Native-born Americans filled just 20 percent of the new jobs in Texas, the report says, even though “the native born accounted for 69 percent of the growth in Texas’ working-age population.” “Thus, even though natives made up most of the growth in potential workers, most of the job growth went to immigrants,” the report concludes.

    The report is based on analysis of the Census
    Bureau’s Current Population Survey.]

    Who Benefited from Job Growth In Texas?


  • Rock

    If Cain or Sarah is not a choice, the Republican leadership can go to he!!. Hopefully Sarah or Cain will push a name to the forefront that the Tea Party and Conservatives can get behind. No way I vote for Romney, or contribute to his campaign. Compromising got us here, no franking more. If this is the game the elitist look to play, I will not support them, period. My vote goes to Cain or Sarah or whoever they throw their weight behind.
    A after thought here I suspect the Party Leadership was behind the resent decision of pushing Florida ahead, it only serves the big money picks and undermines the Tea Party hopefuls.

  • Molon Labe

    I’ve seen the results of two Bushes, a Dole, a McCain. I will never vote for another RINO. If Obama wins so be it. We need a third party, the RINOs are out of their skulls.

    There is little difference between Obama and Romney, they both have supported the same issues at one time ore another.

  • Sgt. York

    I have all the usual outrage over a cocktail Party GOPer saying something so idiotic…but I can’t get past the visual that this woman is a trainwreck of bad plastic surgery.

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  • Gary Ogletree

    Really disgusted with all these attacks on Georgette’s looks. Is this the Daily Kos?

  • Rock

    Hey Gary #211
    Rule 5: Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. It’s hard to counterattack ridicule, and it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage.

    And not preserved for the Left only.

    Anyway as long has Piglosi is around Georgette is fairly safe, but for someone who made her rich’s in the field of beauty enhancement she could do better.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    “We Do Not Consider Perry a Factor… We Know Who it is Who Will be Our Nominee”

    So, the fix is in, then?

  • injunjoe

    wow, I’m impressed that they know who me and many others are going to vote for…

  • Gary Ogletree

    I think Cain could beat Mitt. They both fade when Sarah becomes an official candidate. Georgette and crew will not be picking our candidate. My choice is a Palin/Cain ticket. Palin is media savvy like no one else. They keep playing Cain as a foil and he keeps being their fool. That may be over now. Sarah will kick media ass with a smile. I expect her to bring along the anti- Marxist JFK Democrats. Plus get the vote out for an even bigger victory in Congress that will spell the end of bipartisan DC corruption and the routing of the permanent political class. Her vision is broader and deeper than Cain’s, who is still an incredible asset for us in the campaign and in a conservative administration. I bet we see Georgette get on the Palin bandwagon at some point.

  • Valerie

    Was this woman drunk when she said this? Or does she really think the Masters of the Universe actually control the vote?

  • Gary Ogletree

    Rock, it’s beneath us to mock someone’s looks and it reflects badly on our side. . Ridicule words and actions, that takes wit and you can be a man about it.

  • Valerie

    “#207 October 5, 2011 at 3:24 pm
    Rock commented:”

    You know where I’m coming from, via my comment just above. So please hear me when I say that there are a lot of Republicans at the national level that have allowed themselves to buy into the Democratic caricatures of these people. They are Republicans historically, but think that everyone except Romney is “scarey.”

    Why? Because they believe lies told by Democrats.

    Nobody in this field is less qualified than BO. Nobody in this field has more ugly associations in his background: racist, communist, killers. Sorry, Ralph Reid and a painted rock are nothing compared to Rev. Wright and Bill Ayers.

    Nobody on the entire political scene is as scarey as BO.

  • Rock

    @ #218 October 5, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    I do not see where we disagree, its evident that far to many of the Party leadership have drifted left. I really do not care why they have chosen that path, but I do consider them as much of the problem as WTF, who with out doubt is the most despicable man to ever occupy the White House. I will not again compromise or turn the other cheek, I hated John McCain, but voted for him anyway, not this time, no one gets to rub my face in that betrayal again.
    Correction, we disagree only in I see Romney as a Republican version of Obama, and just as dangerous. Then who do we blame?

  • Rock

    Sorry Gary she has chosen to ridicule Conservatives by ignoring their concerns, so if some wish to reply in kind, fine by me. She is of the same mind set that sees Middle America as the great unwashed, she need to stay out of glass houses.

  • LB

    How will Romney bash Obama with ObamaCare when Obama can just counter by saying”it was your idea”.That will put a nail in Mittens coffin right there.Atleast with Perry,our guns would be safe,states rights,and him going after the Fed.Romney has yet to even go after the Fed and refused to call Obama socialist.Im sorry,but Romney or Perry?Ill take Perry

  • HTx

    If Romney is the nominee,get ready for 4 more years of Obama and pray the GOP can atleast take the Senate because Romney will get defeated.

  • ohiochili

    Owl…ME TOO!!!

    All who whine (rightly) about the messiah, but then say I ain’t gonna vote if my candidate isn’t the nominee, then you might as well get your selves all ready for another 4 years of what we have now. Romney pro abortion? So is the messiah. Romney will tweak Obamacare? We have absolutely no chance of getting rid of Obamacare if the messiah gets back in….I don’t like Romney, but lets face facts. Threatening to vote for Obama or not voting at all sends no message to anyone. You might have more success pis*ing into the wind.

    I don’t like the RINO elites leading us around by the nose either, but if it comes down to it, I will vote for SpongeBob Squarepants before I would vote for Obama.

  • Is that a fact? Before a single primary vote the GOP has already decided? All the more reason to vote for Perry.

  • Rock

    As I said above no way I vote Romney, but I truly believe Palin and Cain throwing their support for someone other than him might open the RNC eyes. They have to understand the games are over and we will no longer follow blindly down a more mellow Socialist path. A small number of Tea Party members manage to stand in the way of Obama, and was instrumental in helping John Boehner growing a pair earlier this year.

  • Rock

    Palin just announced she will not run, now she is a threat to the Obama Socialist machine like never before, unhampered by Party politics she can now marshal the strength of the Tea Party against WTF, and the RNC elite, who are nothing but RINOS.

  • bg


    Governors Report Card: How Romney,
    Huntsman, Perry Changed Health Care

    [“Our plan was a state solution to a state problem. [Obama’s] is a
    power grab by the federal government to put in a place a one-size-
    fits-all plan,” Romney said at a speech at the University of Michigan
    Cardiovascular Center in May. Whether or not Romney’s plan is right
    for the country as a whole, it has achieved some of its goals within

    In the first three years after Romney signed the health care law, the
    percentage of people without health insurance dropped from 9 percent
    in 2001 through 2005 to 5 percent by 2009. Massachusetts now has
    the lowest percentage of the population without health insurance in
    the country.]

    “Romney Care”

    Why Critics are Wrong about Mitt Romney

    [Critics of Mitt Romney continue to question his abortion position. The accusations of critics who claim a moral high ground while distorting and deriding cannot go unanswered. Pro-life Principles is a comprehensive debunking of the litany of smears.]

    used to be a fan, and having lived in MA for over a dozen years, would
    find it easy to vote for Romney should he be the nominee.. however, i
    much prefer Cain at the moment, but that’s no reason to misconstrue
    the difference between supporting laws of the land vs personal views/
    principle’s.. and as more & more are educated as to the realities of
    conception, pregnancy, etc, more & more people are changing their
    minds, not to mention understanding of, what an abortion entails..

    btw.. #1 Massachusetts Child Health Scorecard


  • bg


    S. Wolf #224 October 5, 2011 at 5:35 pm


    with his support for Islamic Charter Schools??

    i’m shocked!!

    Islamist Gülen Movement Runs U.S. Charter Schools

    more here & here & here & here..


  • DavidD

    If Romney is the Republican candidate next November, I’ll be writing in Sarah Palin. I don’t care if she wants the job or not.

  • bg


    re: #227 October 5, 2011 at 6:14 pm bg

    direct link re:

    Governors Report Card: How Romney,
    Huntsman, Perry Changed Health Care



    No one party representative should be deciding what our nominees should and will be. What a joke and how unAmerican she/he is (lol). WE THE PEOPLE need to come together to take down people like her/him (lol). She’s insulted the very being of our country and what we SHOULD be representating: American citizens. She should be ashamed of her/himself (lol) for even thinking she/he (lol) can say that to the American people.

  • Campfollower

    Georgette, you need a better hairdresser. You’re starting to look like a Democrat.

    I’m about as Republican as you can get, and I’m for Herman Cain!!! I’m looking for a Cain-Christie ticket. Christie and his cute family live in the VP residence at the Naval Observatory a few years while Cain kicks butt, and then as his kids head to college, he’s a runnin for PRES! We’re going to have to talk to him about putting those Muslims in high places though.

  • d_fitz

    I’ll vote for Newt or Mitt or whoever, if that’s what it came down to. Herman Cain however, is the candidate who will get my time and donation.

  • rickperry2012

    Comment #3 nailed it.

  • bg


    Restoring America Together

    ‘we the people’ have a lot of work to do..



  • Ausonius

    I don’t think georgette understands fully that her and the other self-appointed are nearly as despised by conservatives as the communist party (aka: democrat) is.
    I am sick to death of these egocentric narcicists, whether they call themselves republican or democrat, and am not about to fall in line with their decree.
    We desparately need to take a stand and take back our country from all of the elites who wish to rule us. My social contract doesn’t bind me to such miscreants.
    Kiss my butt, RNC!!!!!!!!!!

  • Randy

    Herman Cain is the best man for the Job! Why is this already chosen??? I suppose now that they put this information out there people will say why vote if he has already been chosen? Thats what im thinking… But it should be the choice of the people not the elite GOP! We havent even voted yet and they say they already know! Romney doesnt get to be the nominee just because the elite says so! Like the others said above…Cain will get my support,donations and vote.

  • Do you think that a sworn oath to do something should be punished in some form when it is clear there is a violation? Does adhering to the Constitution matter to Republicans anymore? If so, does it not make the most sense to vote for and support a person that has the proven record and direct experience we can count on for our future? Do we defend liberty or make excuses for current government collectivism? The war of ideas that is developing is the great clash between individualism and collectivism! What side are you going to choose? Since collectivism is the only tool of socialists and would-be tyrants, any moral person should be an individualist.
    In the world of politics it is all about using the power of government, but to what end? Liberty shrinks when government expands! The reverse is equally true. If you want liberty you MUST be for smaller government and greater personal responsibility.
    In this context, there is only one GOP candidate that is worthy of our full support. I fully trust the protection of my liberties to Ron Paul and I invite you to think for yourself and become a good student of history so that we don’t repeat its mistakes.
    By supporting a Romney, Perry, Cain, Bachmann… whatever, we ARE going to get the same old results that we got under either Bush or even the “centrist” Clinton – more war, more debt, little reduction in spending levels, more civil liberty restrictions and the expected decline in our living standards with expanded worthless currency. Ron Paul IS the guardian of our liberties, property, borders, money, economy and financial condition! If you want a Ronald Reagan type as President, Ron is the one!
    Please wake up America!

  • Manny

    As Governor, he actually promoted “gay marriage” — implementing it in violation of the Constitution, without legislative authorization. His Chief Legal Counsel carried out Mitt’s orders to enforce the new “law” (actually, just the Court opinion). In 2010, the Mass. GLBT lobby publicly thanked the Legal Counsel for his support of the gay marriage ruling. http://kno­wthyneighb­or.blogs.c­om/home/20­10/09/mass­achusetts-­gay-lobby-­endorses-m­itt-romney­s-attorney­-for-state­-rep-seat.­html After all, Mitt had promised the Log Cabin Republicans during his 2002 campaign that he would not fight the expected Court ruling for gay marriage. And his Legal Counsel figured out how to keep that promise.
    Romney facilitated $50 abortions under RomneyCare. The bill he signed included Planned Parenthood as a member of the “payment policy advisory board” setting coverage guidelines. See and Obviously, he could have vetoed Planned Parenthood’s inclusion. What did he expect PP would do on the advisory board? Insist on vitamin supplement coverage?
    Gov. Romney fully supported Kevin Jennings’ “gay” propaganda in the schools, with his “Governor’s Commission on Gay & Lesbian Youth” and Dept. of Educ. “Safe Schools” programs. He issued proclamations celebrating GLBT “Youth Pride” events which brought adult GLBT activists together with young teens. In 2005, that event’s keynote speaker was a transgender communist activist (and editor of Workers’ World). He failed to uphold the parents’ rights law on sexuality issues in the schools.
    It will be an unprecedented disaster for conservatives and the country if he becomes the nominee.

  • Manny

    (corrected link)

  • Samurai Conservative

    Wow, Georgette is as two faced as Romney!!! She(?) puts her(?) makeup on with a trowel; probably the same trowel that’s required to make Romney look like a conservative…….

  • Nathan

    Is there a difference between Romney and Obama???? One is black, One is white, One has a little R by his name the other has a little D. Other than that I see the same person….. Ron Paul now that’s a nominee. RON PAUL 2012 !!!!

  • DANEgerus

    I loved her as Godzilla. That movie was under rated.

  • A Visitor

    We all know that Media was given instructions on some sort of, containment… And this includes 16 to 1 negative (web) searches, fake accusations, and selective blackouts for the rest of the candidates…

    The question is… Are we a country who really doesn’t have a vote?

    And if our 2012 Votes won’t count, I want to know now… I don’t need to feel good about myself by getting a FAKE election…

  • Roger

    What happened to Cain???????????????

  • RomNomNom

    Ron Paul is going to get a lot of write-in votes.

  • MrM

    Dude looks like a lady. George Mosbacher?

  • Austin Powers

    That’s a MAN baby!!!!!!

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  • Stamm I Am

    Georgett will get run over by a train…the Herman CAIN TRAIN!

    Over 10,000 more volunteer sign-ups on our website since Palin declared she was not running!

    Any other campaign see that kind of bump-up in volunteers?

    Get on the train!!!

  • Andrew

    Ron Paul 2012!

  • Mar Ann

    The link at the beginning of this article doesn’t mesh with the quotes given. What’s going on? I was attempting to go to the source story, and the source story doesn’t mesh at all with this story. What’s up?

  • Tim Knoerle

    I have no intention of voting for Mitt Romney! She can shove her assumptions!

  • Guest

    What the double h he’ll! Botox rich lady will pick our candidate? I think I have to be a lib. Sorry.

  • Spec Bowers

    Georgette Mosbacher is NOT a Finance co-chair, is not even a member of the Finance committee.

  • Check this out . . .

    My wife who seemingly pays little attention to these things . . .

    picked the ‘winners’ in this poll.

    What do you think?

  • Barbara

    Why don’t they let the American people vote who we want to run up against o fat head.
    This is just another way of taking away our voting rights IMO.

  • truthspeaks

    Ron Paul!